Winning start in Vilavong

On Sunday, February 14, the matches of the second round of the Australian FFA Cup on the territory of the state of Queensland were scheduled.

The football players of the Serbian club St. George from Vilavong hosted the Musgrave team at home (St. George Park) and with the victory of 1: 0 (1: 0) they advanced to the next round of the competition. The decision goal was scored by one of the most efficient players from last season, Darcy Pearson, in the 62nd minute.

St. George’s team was composed of: O. Bond (S. Bol 62 ‘), N. Šuša (D. Skavo 62’), S. Johnson (captain), J. Davy, O. Saolele, P. Rahimzaden, J Norfolk, S. Korta (D. Da Silva 62 ‘), D. Kalagan (F. Jovanović 62’), B. Korling, D. Pirson.

This was the first official match of St. George’s this year, whose new coach Bobby Graham decided for a combined team, without a few standard players from the previous year.

Despite great effort and commitment, the guests from Gold Coast were equal only in the first half, when they missed a penalty, and in the second part of the game, the Serbian team added gas and Darcy Pearson’s goal ensured the passage to the next round.

In the third round of the FFA Cup, St. George’s team will travel to Toowoomba for the weekend, to a duel with the West Wanderers team.

New tripods at St. George’s Park

New goals scored

New goals have been set for the upcoming season at the St. George’s Stadium in Brisbane, in which the “Saints” are entering as the champions of the Premier League in Brisbane.

The new endeavor to improve the field and the entire sports complex in Vilavong is the work of an ambitious and capable management led by Zoran Popov, and special credit for scoring new goals in the club goes to vice president Dejan Radonić and the club’s first operative Igor Đurđević.

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