Harry Kewell, Terry Adonis the Latest Round-up of A-Leauge Transfer News

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The ins and outs of the off season 

Adelaide United’s Spanish influence is growing under Josep Bombau, the Red’s are expousing a new brand of passing football, helped by the arrival of Isaias Sanchez Ponferradina and Sergio Cirio.

Mike Mulvey’s Brisbane Roar, have bought in ex Celtic defender Liam Miller from Perth Glory as well as offering George Lambadardis and Corey Brown professional contracts.

Life has been just as busy at the Bluetongue stadium, Gary Arnold strengthened his defence by bringing in Dutchman Marel Seip from VVV Venlo former Mariner Matt Simon has also return from an injury riddled stint in Korea to lead the line for the defending Champions.

The marquee signing for the Red side of Melbourne is uundoubtedlyformer Liverpool and Victory forward Harry Kewell who returns from a year out in England for family reasons. Victory have been careful in the transfer market selling eight players and bringing in only one, highly rate young striker Mitch Nichols from Brisbane Roar.

Emile Heskey’s Newcastle Jets have bought in winger Nathan Burns on loan from Korea’s Incheon United as well as signing Joey Gibbs from Western Sydney Wanderers.

Among the nine new arrivals at the Nib stadium are two Englishmen Jamie Mclaren from Blackburn and Ryan Edwards a loan signing from Reading, Meanwhile goalkeeper Neil Young has joined the Glory coaching staff.

After much drame Terry Adonis has finally secured his dream move to Italy , according to Football Austrailia the 19-year-old winger has secured his deal to Parma, the Sky Blues have also released former Blackburn man Lucas Neill.

Wanderers meanwhile have snapped up young socceroo Tom Juric and 33-year-old defender Dean Hoffernan. Kiwi’s Wellington Phoenix have bought in winger Reece Caira and Derby County’s Luke Adam.


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