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Schwarzer Helps Shock Holland?

I know I shouldn`t but I can`t resist it.

I can`t resist having a gentle pop at my fellow site journalist orange_emu after his beloved Holland were beaten at home by Australia.

The Aussies triumphed 2-1 with our summer signing, Mark Schwarzer, excelling between the posts.

I await a barbed reply from the orange one explaining away the loss!




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday September 8 2008

Time: 7:22PM

Your Comments

come on orange - what went wrong?
Al Billy
the jibe is done in the best possible taste though - fancy letting Harry Kewell socre!
Putney
Haven`t seen any of this game, but i rate and like Schwarzer
martintheveg
As an avid Aussie, I watched the game and Australia really deserved their win against a strong Dutch team! Schwarzer made an incredible save at the end from Dirk Kuyt. We deserved it and Schwarzer was AWESOME!!
jackbarendse
didnt see the game who was in goal for holland, was it the man who is leading our goalkeeping poll
dan the man
no no Van der Sar didn't play. Some random bloke with a long name. He got sent off for an attrocious tackle!
jackbarendse
so they were down to a third choice keeper I take it?
Al Billy
Yeh, The first aussie goal was a good pen by kewell and the second was a great finish from Josh Kennedy! Header from 6 yards out, he did really well to direct it right into the corner. Nothing should be taken away from the aussie's! Was a superb performance!
jackbarendse
gd to hear our experienced Schwarzer play well at international level hope he will maintain this form for us in the coming games COYW
genuch
 

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