Posts Tagged with "Babalj"

Schip Happens 4 & 5

Friday, March 22, 2013

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As Schip Happens! shuts up shop over the off-season, here are our last two editions available for download. We hope you enjoy the read and – fingers crossed – look forward to being back next season with more great articles and artwork from our team.  

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HeartCast: Season 2 Episode 18 (Call of Duty)

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

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HeartCast Season 2 has arrived with a new studio, new host and new features! Lachlan and Buddy will keep you up to date with everything that’s happening inside our club and get the inside word from players and staff on Melbourne Heart FC. Download Now: HeartCast – Season 2: Episode 18 Episode summary: In this […]

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Trio Set To Miss Wellington Match

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

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Melbourne Heart FC Head Coach John van ‘t Schip has announced Rutger Worm, Eli Babalj and John Aloisi will miss the Club’s match with Wellington Phoenix tomorrow. Worm has been sidelined for 2-4 weeks with a groin injury while a hip and thigh concern is set to force Babalj out for 6-8 weeks. Van ‘t […]

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Heart Quartet Selected For Young Socceroos

Monday, July 19, 2010

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Melbourne Heart FC’s teenage quartet of Kliment Taseski, Eli Babalj, Kamal Ibrahim and Brendan Hamill have each earned selection to the Young Socceroos for the upcoming AFF U/19 Youth Championship in Vietnam. Starting on July 24, the competition will see the Heart teenagers battle it out against the leading youngsters from Vietnam, Korea Republic and […]

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Match Report: Wimmera South Coast Eagles vs. Heart – 17 June 2010

Friday, June 18, 2010

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On a chilly & overcast Wednesday night a few hundred onlookers seized the opportunity to watch several first-team players in action as Melbourne Heart faced Wimmera South Coast Eagles at the home ground of North Geelong Soccer Club. Not a single Vuvuzela was heard – a welcome respite. Whilst several new faces on both sides […]

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