And the winner is… Thomas Broich
Your Player of the Decade
The inaugural ABC Football magazine is about to hit newsstands in time for the start of the A-League season on 25th September!
ABC Football magazine has named Brisbane Roar midfielder Thomas Broich the fans’ choice as A-League Player of the Decade.
“It’s quite an honour.
When I was first told,
it was an amazing moment.”
ABC Football’s debut issue also reveals the A-League Team of the Decade, following online voting to mark the start of the 10th A-League season.
ABC’s new Football magazine is edited by ABC Grandstand presenter Francis Leach and written by some of Australia’s best sports journalists. It includes in-depth features on A-League teams from Sydney to Perth.
Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou talks about how Australia went in the World Cup in Brazil, and what their prospects are for the Asian Cup on home turf next year.
Plus the magazine previews the upcoming W-League season and Asian Cup finals.
Francis Leach: Editor
Francis is host of Australia’s first national digital radio sports program, ABC Grandstand Breakfast, and an expert commentator in football and other sports. A former Triple J host, he’s a regular panelist on ABC TV’s sports program Offsiders and the sport correspondent for Network 10’s The Project.
Simon Webster: Editor in Chief
Simon has been a journalist for more than 20 years in fields including sport, news, travel, science and organics. Currently freelance, he is a former Sydney Morning Herald columnist and worked for eight years on the Sydney Morning Herald and Sun-Herald sports desks.
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