Friday, May 02, 2008


Trinidad and Australia

No, this isn't an article about cricket.

Having had a fair amount of traffic recently about Adrian Trinidad it has just been announced he has signed for Perth Glory in the A League. Makes sense when you consider all the Googles from that WA city.

Perth coach David Mitchell, who played for Swindon and Rangers among others says:

“Adrian has great touch and loves to score goals, in every match I’ve seen he has been very dangerous in the front third, He is also a very clever player who can see things in the game that not a lot of people can and will certainly bring his team mates into the match.”

Trinidad's former Malaysian side KL Plus play tomorrow night in a game that if they win they become Malaysian Premier League champions but the Argentinian was reported injured for the game. Must be all that jet lag and contract signing eh? Enough to wear anyone out.

In the current season he hit 9 goals from 23 games.

Balikpapan to KL to Perth. Not a bad 18 months!

I'm not sure how much you've seen of A-League football, but do you reckon this Trinidad guy can make it here?

Is he any good?

Perth have a history of signing simply awful foreign players in recent years that has seen them always challenging for the wooden spoon.
last australian football i saw was the old nsl!

i never got to see him with persiba because games from the east of the country are rarely shown though i understand he has impressed in the second tier of the malaysian football
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