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The big year old has chalked up appearances for the club, a tally which includes both Grand Finals wins over Sydney Olympic and Parramatta Power. A veteran of fourteen seasons in the national league, Horsley's total of games for Wollongong Wolves and Glory make him one of the Australia's most experienced players.
A fans favourite on both sides of the continent the tireless year old has tasted Grand Final victory on four occasions, twice with each the Wolves and Glory. The veteran midfielder, absent for much of November through injury, has been a key figure for the Martyrs who extended their lead in England's Southern League Premier Division on the weekend. Howells' made his return to duty in the home defeat of Hitchin Town which was followed four days later by a surprise away loss to Aylesbury United.
Next up was an away trip to Hednesford over whom the Merthyr triumphedwhile on Saturday they extracted revenge on Aylesbury by At the halfway stage of the season the Martyrs top the table five points ahead of nearest rival Chippenham Town. In a English league career Howells, born in Fremantle, made over first team appearances for Cheltenham Town before joining Merthyr in February. In town for the mid-season break in the Turkish Super League, the former Perth Glory shot-stopper will meet with manager Simmon Sardelic to discuss playing options for next season.
It is understood Petkovic has before him offers to play in the A-League with Glory and Adelaide United while a contract extension from Konyaspor, for whom he's played the past four months, is also expected to be on the table. Petkovic made over appearances for Glory and Adelaide City in the old national competition in which he kept a record clean sheets and was on three occasions named Goalkeeper of the Year. The state's governing body, the Western Australian Soccer Association, are considering a change of name.
Last week the Australian Soccer Association announced that, as of 1st January, they will become known as the Football Federation of Australia. And WASA are prepared to follow suit should the move meet with the approval of local stakeholders. The year old defender played just one season with Glory, who he captained to the national league title, before being told recently he did not feature in the clubs plans for the new A-League which kicks off in August.
Though player contracts relating to the now defunct National Soccer League were generally considered void, Murphy's deal was believed to contain a clause relating to a new competition. Professional Footballers' Association chief executive Rob Anderson said ideally the situation would be resolved between Murphy and the club but the matter had been referred to the governing body.
The PFA sent a letter to the Glory a week ago, asking the club to reconsider its position, but is yet to receive a response. Preferably, we would've liked Shaun to have the opportunity to sit down with the club to negotiate but as it stands at the moment, he hasn't had a response. Anderson said yesterday that the absence of a collective bargaining agreement relating to the new competition made it difficult to know how the case would progress.
If a resolution is not reached, the matter could end up in court. Murphy was considered too old to play a role for Glory in the new eight-team competition, in which squads will be limited to twenty players. But Murphy, who played twenty times for Australia and also represented the nation at the Olympics, was ready to play on for another season, at least.
The power of a single, strong and united community is something to be reckoned with. As a united force soccer too can look toward fantastic opportunities for players, for competition, for the game and for the future. The gifted year old is the only West Australian in the player Young Socceroo squad for next months qualifying series in the Soloman Islands. However, Fremantle City midfielder Matt Danskin was named as one of four standby players and may yet join Ward in Honiara.
Fresh from a spell at the Australian Institute of Sport, the teenager joined with Perth Glory in January and not long after made his national league debut in the home win over Northern Spirit.
After agreeing to spend the winter with Stirling Lions Ward headed to Europe with the Young Socceroo's where his strong work ethic captured the attention of national selectors. At club level his inventiveness earned Ward the prestigious Gold Medal as the state's best and fairest player for Last month he was again traveling with the national Under squad, this time to South America, and earlier this week Ward inked a new contract with Glory to become their first local recruit for the inaugural A-League season.
BGC Blockpave, Harvey Norman and Collex are just some of the big name companies to pledge their support to the Reds in the past few weeks for season Recently confirmed as the clubs major sponsor, Blockpave will once again provide all on and off field equipment for the first team.
Record donations were received by the club for season and we are well on our way to fulfilling our budgeted target for We have been planning for promotion to the Premier League for sometime and have outlined our objectives and how they can be achieved through implementation of our Development Plan.
Two positions exist on the committee for individuals with experience in and knowledge of the First Division. The role of the committee includes the provision of advice to WASA on measures to promote, develop and improve soccer in WA as well as the application of rules, programs and competitions.
The talented year old has been a regular fixture of the Western Knights rearguard since making his first team debut in and feels the time is now ripe for a new challenge. The coach liked what he saw and asked me back for the new season which starts at the end of January. The year old agreed terms on a two-year contract to become Perth's second major recruit of the off-season after midfielder Antonio Naglieri. The set-up at Dorrien Gardens is fantastic, their coaches are superb and it's going to be an honour for me to play alongside some of the state's most talented players.
A State junior representative, Bright has been a regular fixture on the local scene since making his first team debut for Cockburn City in State Schoolboys and senior honours followed before he sought greener pastures last season at Fremantle City. The six-week program, conducted each weekend at locations across the metropolitan area, is open to male and female players aged seven to ten. For more information or to register for the Harvey Fresh Summer Development Program visit the Junior Soccer Association website or contact the organisation on Mrdja, whose extra-time goal against Parramatta Power secured the final National Soccer League championship for Glory in April, was trumpeted yesterday as a major piece of arsenal in the Mariners title ambitions.
Mrdja said unlike Glory, the Mariners had considered him a high-priority target which was reflected in the offer put before him. Amongst the Mariners recruits are Mrdja's former Glory teammates Tom Pondeljak and Andre Gumprecht who'll be run the midfield for the Gosford-based club.
Joondalup and Future Glory before coming to the attention of national selectors last year while at the Australian Insitutute of Sport. He made a couple of appearances for Perth Glory last season and on his return to the local scene during the winter took out the Gold Medal while wearing the colours of Stirling Lions. He spent the past season in Malaysia where he featured regularly for Selangor.
The recruitment of Ward and Kovacevic, who both put pen to paper on one-year deals, takes Glory's new-look squad to seven players. Stuart Young, Wollongong Wolves' all-time leading goalscorer, became the clubs first signing for the upcoming A-League season last month ago.
Russell was part of the successful Rockingham squad of the late 's which culminated in the club gaining promotion to the top flight in With Billy at the helm we're looking forward to a solid campaign and, with someone of his calibre in charge, maybe we can even lure a few more players to our club.
Work will commence on new facilities at the clubs home ground of Peelwood Parade Reserve, they'll compete in the league's of the Western Australian Soccer Association as the game enter a new era, and there are plans for their on-field endeavours to take them all the way in to the Premier League.
Club president John Fitzmaurice this week gave Mandurah a flying start towards meeting that final goal with the announcement of a new look coaching team for Dual premiership player and Mandurah City stalwart Sean Kearns will take over the reigns as first team coach and club.
Kearns' has considerable experience in the game having achieved league and cup glory with Mandurah and Murdoch University as both a player and coach. Russell Plowman has been appointed reserve team coach, while Paul O'Brien and Chris Platt will be in charge of the clubs under side. This group will be complemented by specialist goalkeeping coach Del Clayton who experience includes spells in the junior academies of London clubs Milwall and Queens Park Rangers.
Bruce Donaghy will provide logistics support to the coaches for season Last Wednesday the organisation's board took the dramatic step of agreeing to immediately suspend trading of SWC. Early next year the member clubs will be asked to vote at an Extraordinary General Meeting on whether the organisation, who've run the semi-professional game sinceshould be wound-up.
With the majority of clubs having already aligned themselves with the Western Australia Soccer Association, the motion is expected to receive close to unanimous support. Every player here wants to stop this free fall - it might be ugly on Saturday, but we're not going to leave the pitch without having given absolutely per cent Hopefully the Saints result proves a watershed. We have to get our heads down and fight for this club to get ourselves out of this mess.
The year old goalkeeper will act as cover for regular shot-stopper Saul Deeney and back-up Wayne Henderson, an Under international for the Republic of Ireland. Fremantle-born Petterson has worn the club colours of Portsmouth, Charlton Athletic, Ipswich Town and Luton Town amongst others in a professional career spanning sixteen years. Matassa, a former Australian youth international, blasted the clubs poor treatment of players.
He was particularly critical of Glory's decision not to fly injured stalwarts Scott Miller and Matt Horsley to Melbourne to watch last seasons grand final after they had contributed so much to the club. But the proverbial straw which broke the camels back for Matassa was the club's hesitancy in offering players loyal to Glory new contracts.
The club are reportedly talking with four players in regards to the two vacant goalkeeping positions. In the six months since WASA came into existence, the state's new governing body have been responsible for a major overhaul of the game's administration with the end result being the various associations - men's, women's, juniors, futsal, referees and coaches - all joining forces under the one umbrella organisation.
The process of unification has received a resounding thumbs up from the majority and, by adopting a coordinated approach to marketing and publicity, WASA aim is to lift the profile and standard of the code in WA. WASA seem to be very organised and forward thinking - unlike previous administrations - and I have to admit to being impressed by Michelle Phillips and her attitude towards making football soccer the number one sport in WA.
The benefits of having one organisation look after the clubs and players is obvious, the opportunity for ambitious clubs to progress is great, and an FA Cup style competition is fantastic. We are very happy with the direction being taken by WASA. There are so many benefits to be had by bringing together all the associations and I find it difficult to believe some clubs are fighting so strongly against what is happening.
This should be a time when all the clubs are pulling together to work towards the common good and ensure the future success of our game There is no doubt that the new regime has given a more professional look to our administration and the flow-in effect of this is increased potential for funding from State and Federal Governments as well as local sponsors.
The league structure as outlined by WASA looks like a good starting point and one from which the game can progress. It would be fantastic if the set-up was perfect from day one but the reality is there are always bugs to be ironed out and I hope WASA and the clubs are flexible enough to accept and work through any teething problems.
With previous administrations decisions were made on the run, then they'd be changed and rules broken with the Board unwilling to step in. My hope is the new WASA Board will raise standards and make clubs think and adopt a more professional approach.
Any organisation needs quality leadership which has the strength, determination and vision to it to the next level in spite of pressures from those who may be adversely affected by change. This should be an era to which all the participants and supporters can look forward with pride. We have a good product and we need to market and promote it as such. The talented left-sided player has been plagued by injury over the opening months of the English season but is now ready to go, much to the joy of Bruce.
Stan has been unfortunate with the injuries he has sustained this season and it seems that every time we have an international week one of our players gets injured - and last time it was Stan. The Australian Soccer Association visit town tomorrow to discuss the possibility of Perth hosting a full senior international early next year.
Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane are also in the running to host the fixture which will feature a full strength Socceroo line-up.
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Should the game go to one of the cities on the eastern seaboard, Perth will then be considered for a Socceroos match in October, most likely against China.
Vasilevski, a former Australian Under representative, has national league appearances to his credit for Melbourne Knights and Carlton. The national league champions are also confirmed they are in discussion with five of their longest-serving players. One-time Australian internationals Bobby Despotovski and Scott Miller, midfielder Matt Horsley, defender Jamie Harnwell and shot-stopper Vince Matassa - who have a combined total of appearances for Glory - have been offered terms by the club. However, the quintet are understood to be far from pleased with the one year deals put before them and may be chose to pursue offers from interstate and abroad.
Murphy joins the Reds only days after championship winning coach Billy Russell shocked the club by tendering his resignation. But when it became apparent we wouldn't change his mind we had to move fast and we believe Peter Murphy has the credentials and desire to ensure Armadale's future success.
Everyone at the club is delighted that Peter as accepted the coaching position and we're looking forward to working with him. A couple of seasons at Floreat Athena preceded his signing for Perth Italia where, inhe equalled the state record of nine goals in his clubs defeat of Kwinana United.
At the age of 33 Murphy became the first Swan I. Murphy ended his playing career in the late 's with a couple of seasons at Fremantle City. His first coaching appointment was with Canning City while most recently Murphy was in charge of the State Under side that twice defeated the Victorian Institute of Sport earlier this year.
The year old's silky skills gave the Addicks academy team the advantage in midfield and proved crucial in the sides sixth consecutive victory. Having gone close to scoring twice himself, Wilson provided the cross for teammate Onome Sodje on nod in the games only goal after 71 minutes.
Since joining Charlton in mid Wilson has made close to seventy youth and reserve team appearances for his club. However, the likelihood of either player re-signing with Glory is remote as long as the opportunity exists to pursue a professional career in Europe exists.
While he's made only scattered first team appearances, the versatile year old is rarely out of the match day squad and features regularly for the reserves. It's a similar situation for Tarka, 21, who left Glory after two seasons to link up with Forest in late The Australian youth international is yet to make his first team debut but is a regular fixture at the back for the second string.
While experience and skills at club and amateur levels will be considered, membership of the committee is open to the wider community to ensure it is well rounded. The role of the standing committee includes the provision of advice and recommendations to WASA on measures to promote, develop and improve the amateurs game in WA, and the consistent application of rules, programs and competitions. Balmy conditions and a carnivale-like atmosphere created by the 10, plus crowd tended to point towards a win by the South Americans, but instead they played second fiddle to a stylist Young Socceroo line-up for whom victory was orchestrated by man-of-the-match Tony Carbone.
In fact the Australian line-up had a very strong local flavour with Carbone, Vince Matassa, Marc Wingell and Vas Kalogeracos all playing major roles in a superbly disciplined performance.
Australia came out firing on all cylinders and quickly showed the visitors that they meant business. Early on Kalogeracos looked set to open the Young Socceroo's account only to be thwarted by Dida who is regarded as the best international goalkeeper to emerge from Brazil in the past twenty years. The Brazilians were stunned at Australia's attacking start and for much of the first half produced of the skill or creativity that they are renown for.
The hosts continued to go on the offensive and their next chance came the way of Jim Tsekinis who was quickly closed down the by the 'keeper after breaking clear of the defence and shot wide of the target.
Later in the half Dida spread himself to again deny Kalogeracos and keep the two sides on level terms at the interval. It was a dream international debut for Richard Alagich who entered the action at half-time. Urged to get forward early and try to expose a tiring Brazilian defence, the South Australian teenager scored with his first touch less than a minute after the re-start. The South Americas dug deep in an effort to get back on level terms only to be thwarted time and time again by the defensive quartet of Carbone, Wingell, Craig Moore and Kevin Muscat.
Only substitute Savio managed to wriggle through and get in a shot at goalkeeper Matassa who little more than a spectator for much of the contest.
The former Perth Glory captain initially thought his playing days were over when told he was not required by the club on Thursday. But less than 24 hours later the one-time Socceroo defender said he was not done yet.
Having captained Glory to championship and grand final success in his first season, the veteran defender is now considered too old to lead the club when the A-League kicks-off in August.
But that claims laughable given Glory's first signing was soon to be year old striker Stuart Young, while negotiations have commenced with locally-based players Bobby Despotovski 33Scott Miller 32Matt Horsley 32Vince Matassa 31 and Jamie Harnwell According to player agent Dan Fletcher the journeyman shot-stopper is very close to securing a short-term deal with Notts County. Personally I think it's slightly on the low side, when you take superannuation off that and bonuses off that you start to work backwards.
We're not finding it easy but I can understand the rationale. As of late yesterday the vast majority of clubs who had previously come under the Soccer West Coast banner had aligned themselves with WASA. As deadlines for affiliation near it is expected more clubs will choose to join WASA for season Murphy, who captained Glory to Grand Final victory earlier this year, was one of three players to be informed by technical manager Mich d'Avray that they did not figure in the club's future.
Midfielders Brad Hassell and Gary Faria were also recipients of the news which d'Avray delivered by telephone. Hassell, who is recovering from a knee reconstruction, hoped to return to the national league. However, Faria, a stand out for Fremantle City during the winter, said the news signaled the end of his career in the nation's elite competition.
A stunned Murphy said he was disappointed with Glory's decision given that his original contract provided for a second season with the club. Murphy cut short an eleven year career in England with Notts County and Sheffield United in order to return to Perth last year. He conceded Glory's decision was likely to end his playing career which included 18 'A' appearances for Australia. But I can't see myself going over east. With a squad that was largely inexperienced at national league level the Waves' competitive spirit, team comraderie and never-say-die attitude earned them fifth place with one win and two draws from six outings.
Along the way the side gained the respect of the competition's established teams as well as the adulation of hometown supporters to prove that the future of the women's game in WA is indeed very bright.
For Waves captain Tanya Oxtoby there are two games particular that stand-out. In 39 degree heat all the girls worked hard for eachother as we fought tooth and nail to grab a draw, everyone was exhausted by the end and to us it felt as though we'd won.
The other game was our first at home when Stacey Woodfin gave us a one-nil win over Canberra Eclipse.
The crowd were right behind us and going absolutely nuts - it was a wonderful experience and one that I won't ever forget. These friendlies served to not only to gel the team but also sharpen their skills for the campaign ahead. In our last few games we were showing big improvement in that area and it's one aspect of our game that will get stronger as we play more often. There is no doubt in my mind that our results would have been much different if we had our full squad available.
Collette, Lisa and Hayley hold down key positions in our team and their composure in tight situations would have changed a few things for us. It's extremely difficult to adapt quickly to the pace and intensity of the WNSL and all the girls have had their eyes opened to the level at which you are required to compete in the national league. We're now looking forward to next season and as a team know where we need to improve in order to become more competitive. When you're feeling tired and there's ten minutes to go they're cheering the team on you do find they little bit extra.
I hope everyone continues to come along and watch us next season - drums and all! We're so grateful for all the support that we received this year from the Perth fans, it's been more than we could ever have dreamed. She developed her game at Fremantle United before proving herself at senior level at Stirling Vasto.
It was during this time that the talented defender captained the State Schoolgirls and gained selection for the Australian Schoolgirls in Senior State honours followed as Oxtoby joined the all-conquering Northern Redbacks on the local scene. Last summer she stepped up to national league level with Northern New South Wales for whom she made eight appearances, and at the conclusion of another successful club season Oxtoby was named captain for the Waves inaugural campaign.
The Commission today confirmed they will supply referees across the full range of WASA competitions - semi-professional and amateur men's, women's, junior and social games - next season. Seven locally-based players met with Mich d'Avray earlier this week hoping to find out if they figured in Glory's plans for the inaugural A-League season.
They are professionals and they have got to look after themselves. Though most players are reluctant to peak publicly, off the record it's a different story with some fuming that Glory are yet to make concrete offers to local players. At the current time Glory's squad consists of just two players - Stuart Young and Hiroyuki Ishida - both recruits from the eastern seaboard. Some players have also been baffled by Glory's general inactivity in a transfer market which has been dominated by Central Coast Mariners, Sydney F.
Glory recently missed out on re-signing Tom Pondeljak, Jade North and German import Andre Gumprecht, while several other former players are believed to have attracted interest from rival A-League and Asian clubs. Khan's letter has been circulated amongst a number of local clubs with the clear intention of undermining the unification process being undertaken by the Western Australian Soccer Association.
The inventive midfielder recently agreed terms with the Blues on a two-year contract to bring to an end a long association with Cockburn City.
Naglieri, a creative ball-player with a keen eye for goal, has long been recognized as one of WA's star players. He shot to prominence during the winter of when, while wearing Cockburn colours, he was named the top flight's Rookie of the Year and gained State representative honours. He joined Perth Glory the following year but found opportunities to break into the side scarce and after eighteen months he parted company with the club.
Andrei Rublev — Andrei Rublev is considered to be one of the greatest medieval Russian painters of Orthodox icons and frescos. Little information survives about the life of Andrei Rublev and it is not known where he was born.
The first mention of Rublev is in when he decorated icons and frescos for the Cathedral of the Annunciation of the Moscow Kremlin in company with Theophanes the Greek and his name was the last of the list of masters as the junior both by rank and by age.
Theophanes was an important Byzantine master who moved to Russia, and is considered to have trained Rublev. Sergius between and After Daniils death, Andrei came to Moscows Andronikov Monastery where he painted his last work and he is also believed to have painted at least one of the miniatures in the Khitrovo Gospels. The only work authenticated as entirely his is the icon of the Trinity and it is based on an earlier icon known as the Hospitality of Abraham.
Rublev removed the figures of Abraham and Sarah from the scene, in Rublevs art two traditions are combined, the highest asceticism and the classic harmony of Byzantine mannerism.
The characters of his paintings are always peaceful and calm, after some time his art came to be perceived as the ideal of Eastern Church painting and of Orthodox iconography.
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Rublev died at Andronikov Monastery on 29 JanuaryRublevs work influenced many artists including Dionisy.
The Stoglavi Sobor promulgated Rublevs icon style as a model for church painting, since the Andrei Rublev Museum at the Andronikov Monastery has displayed his and related art. InAndrei Tarkovsky made a film Andrei Rublev, loosely based on the artists life, western painting Andrei Rublev, a film by Andrei Tarkovsky loosely based on the painters life.
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Icon — An icon is a religious work of art, most commonly a painting, from Eastern Christianity and certain Eastern Catholic churches. Comparable images from Western Christianity are generally not described as icons, Eastern Orthodox tradition holds that the creation of Christian images dates back to the very early days of Christianity, and there is has been a continuous tradition since then. The icons of later centuries can be linked, often closely, to images from the 5th century onwards, there was enormous destruction of images during the Byzantine Iconoclasm ofalthough this did settle for good the question of the appropriateness of images.
Since then icons have had a continuity of style and subject. At the same time there has been change and development, Christian tradition dating from the 8th century identifies Luke the Evangelist as the first icon painter. Aside from the legend that Pilate had made an image of Christ and he relates that King Abgar of Edessa sent a letter to Jesus at Jerusalem, asking Jesus to come and heal him of an illness.
In this version there is no image, further legends relate that the cloth remained in Edessa until the 10th century, when it was taken to Constantinople. It went missing in when Crusaders sacked Constantinople, but by then numerous copies had firmly established its iconic type. They crown these images, and set them up along with the images of the philosophers of the world that is to say, with the images of Pythagoras, and Plato, and Aristotle, and the rest.
They have also other modes of honouring these images, after the manner of the Gentiles. And he called him and said, Lycomedes, what do you mean by this matter of the portrait, can it be one of thy gods that is painted here. For I see that you are living in heathen fashion. Later in the passage John says, But this that you have now done is childish and imperfect, at least some of the hierarchy of the Christian churches still strictly opposed icons in the early 4th century.
At the Spanish non-ecumenical Synod of Elvira bishops concluded, Pictures are not to be placed in churches, so that they do not become objects of worship and adoration.
After the emperor Constantine I extended official toleration of Christianity within the Roman Empire in and this period of Christianization probably saw the use of Christian images became very widespread among the faithful, though with great differences from pagan habits.
Robin Lane Fox states By the early century, we know of the ownership of private icons of saints. El Greco was a nickname, a reference to his Greek origin, El Greco was born in Crete, which was at that time part of the Republic of Venice, and the center of Post-Byzantine art.
He trained and became a master within that tradition before traveling at age 26 to Venice, in he moved to Rome, where he opened a workshop and executed a series of works. During his stay in Italy, El Greco enriched his style elements of Mannerism. Inhe moved to Toledo, Spain, where he lived and worked until his death, in Toledo, El Greco received several major commissions and produced his best-known paintings.
El Grecos dramatic and expressionistic style was met with puzzlement by his contemporaries, El Greco has been characterized by modern scholars as an artist so individual that he belongs to no conventional school. El Greco received his training as an icon painter of the Cretan school.