Australian Football Abroad Thread

Mitch Langerak played the full 90 for Nagoya Grampus in their 3-0 Levain Cup win over Shimizu S-Pulse.

Arzani has officially joined FC Utrecht on loan

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Pretty happy with that move, hopefully he can reboot his career over there.

Dean Bouzanis has joined fifth tier side Sutton United. Sounds a bad move but he’s moved to be closer to his partner Steph Catley

Not Aussie but Sarpreet Singh has joined 2.Bundesliga side Nurnberg on loan

James Jeggo looks to have signed for Aris Thessaloniki, interesting move.

Langerak came up against Thomas Deng yesterday and it was definitely not Deng’s finest hour for Urawa Reds. He played the full 90 minutes but Nagoya Grampus won the match 6-2, it was already 5-0 by half time!

I had no idea that there was a Greek football club that still had money

Mustafa Amini is a free agent after leaving Aarhus. Seems like he is a great guy after a gesture like this.

Tom Rogic not even in the squad for Celtic tonight.

That was the Killie game right? Makes sense not to risk him on a plastic pitch, although he’s definitely on the fringes right now.

That no doubt played into the decision but it makes it even more baffling that he didn’t get any game time the week before…

Awer Mabil has been linked to Brentford: Avis: Midtjylland vil sende Awer Mabil videre |

Would be a big move. Its not too often teams who lose the promotion playoff get promoted again anytime soon but with Ollie Watkins and Said Benrahma both most likely leaving theres definitely starting spots up for grabs at Brentford. Could be a great move

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Mabil’s a gun, would love to see him in the Championship.

Apparently Lyndon Dykes is off to QPR.
Not selected for Livingston tonight and their manager hardly even tried to quash the rumour.

Apparently he’s looking to be capped as a Scot, so fuck him.


Sainbury to KV Kortrijk
Amini to Denizlispor

Sainsbury does like his random clubs

There’s gotta be a point where “playing in Europe” isn’t worth it any more. 9400 capacity and Vincent tan paid an eye watering €5m for it a few years back

He’s seeing the world. Will have played/lived in Australia, Netherlands, Switzerland, China, Italy, Israel and now Belgium.

I think the logic is getting greater exposure over there and higher chance of getting snapped up by a bigger club should you perform well, especially for older players. Clubs can take a punt on a younger player by only watching a highlight reel, they’ll more than likely want to see a player live if they’re older and potentially wanting a bit more coin. Easier to send a scout to a separate European country than to Australia.