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Dead-ball king breathes new life into Sydney

May 17, 2018
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GOING into Saturday’s match in Gosford, John Kosmina pondered theobvious conundrum: How will Shannon Cole deal with the increasingattention? (Sydney Morning Herald — 18 hours ago)
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Shannon Cole confirmed his growing reputation as one of theA-League’s most dangerous set-piece specialists after earning a10-man Sydney FC a dramatic 3-2 win over the Central Coast Marinersat Bluetongue Stadium in Gosford last night. (The Age — 24 August, 2008)
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SYDNEY FC’s misfortune with injured, suspended and Olympic playerslast week turned fruitful last night when one of the unheraldedyoungsters given a chance in their absence scored an 80th-minutewinner against the Central Coast Mariners in front of 10,932rugged-up souls at Gosford. (Sydney Morning Herald — 24 August, 2008)
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SYDNEY FC’s new tempo man, Stuart Musialik, insists he’s over thedisappointment of a frustrating Olympic Games campaign and lookingforward to making an immediate impact when he makes his debut intonight’s match against Central Coast Mariners at BluetongueStadium. (Sydney Morning Herald — 23 August, 2008)
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YOU couldn’t have scripted a more perfect fairytale for Sydney FCmidfielder Shannon Cole on Saturday night. (Sydney Morning Herald — 18 hours ago)
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