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I have an asian friend who has competed in eating competitions and he still only weighs 150 pounds :confused: crazy metabolism
 

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КАНАДА

Serbian White Eagles; Toronto, Canada
http://www.serbianwhiteeagles.ca

Toronto Falcons Soccer Club; Toronto, Canada
http://www.torontofalconssoccerclub.com

FC Railroader; Toronto, Canada
http://www.fcrailroader.com/

Fudbalski Klub Srbija; Vancouver, Canada
http://pipkedj.tripod.com/srbija/main.html

Toronto Serbian White Eagles; Toronto, Canada
http://webhome.idirect.com/~vladoc/

Serbian Soccer Club Obilic; Regina, Canada
http://serbiansc.tripod.com/main.htm

Hamilton Serbians S.C.; Hamilton, Canada
http://www.hamiltonserbians.com/

Windsor Serbs F.K.; Windsor, Canada
http://windsorserbsfk.com

САД

FK Ujedinjeni Srbi; Milwaaukee, USA
http://www.unitedserbians.com

FK Ravna Gora; Los Anglees, USA
http://ravnagorala.com

United Serbian Youth Soccer Club; Milwaukee, USA
http://www.usysc.com

Fudbalski Klub Nikola Tesla; Pittsburgh, USA
http://www.fctesla.com

SC Gracanica Serbs; Lake County, USA
http://www.scgracanicaserbs.org

FK Srbija; New York, USA
http://www.srpskiklub.com/fudbal.php

FC Belgrade, Chicago USA
http://www.fcbelgrade.com

F.K. Republika Srpska, Chicago USA
http://srdjdsgn.com/FCRS/

F.K. Morava, San Diego USA
http://www.la-cresta.com/morava/

НЕМАЧКА

KSV Tempo; Frankfurt, Germany
http://www.ksv-tempo.de/

FC Jadran Mannheim 1969 e.V.; Mannheim, Germany
http://jadranmannheim.oyla.de/cgi-bin/hpm_homepage.cgi

SK Srbija; München, Germany
http://www.sksrbija.de

FC-Srbija Ulm; Ulm, Germany
http://www.fc-srbija-ulm.de/

FC Jugoslavija; Freiburg, Germany
http://www.fcju-fr.de/

FC Srbija Kassel; Kassel, Germany
http://fc-srbija.de/fcsrbijakassel.php

SKV Jedinstvo; Ludwigsburg, Germany
http://www.skv-ludwigsburg.de/Klub.htm

FK Crvena Zvezda; Stuttgart, Germany
http://www.crvena-zvezda.de

SV Sveti Sava; Reutlingen, Germany
http://www.sv-svetisava.com

OFK Beograd Stuttgart e.V. 1971; Stuttgart, Germany
http://www.ofk-beograd.de

ШВАЈЦАРСКА

FK Srbija; Uzwil, Switzerland
http://www.fksrbija-uzwil.ch

FK Republika Srpska; Zurich, Switzerland
http://www.fkrs.ch

FC Sloboda; Basel Switzerland
http://www.fcsloboda.ch

SK Jugoslavija; Zurich, Switzerland
http://www.skjugoslavija.ch

FK Srbija; Luzern, Switzerand
http://www.fk-srbija.ch

ШВЕДСКА

Srbija FF; Stockholm, Sweden
http://www.srbija-ff.com

FK Kozara; Göteborg, Sweden
http://www.kozara.se/fotboll

Plavi Team, Stockholm, Sweden
http://www.plaviteam.se/

ЕНГЛЕСКА

White Eagles FC; Bradford, England
http://www.freewebs.com/whiteeaglesfc/index.htm

АУСТРАЛИЈА

Bonnyrigg White Eagles Football Club; Bonnyrig, Australia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bonnyrigg_White_Eagles

Westgate Sindjelic; Melbourne, Australia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Westgate_Sindjelic

Berwick Kings FC; Melbourne, Australia
http://www.bkfc.com.au/

White City Woodville; Adelaide, Australia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_City_Woodville

Albion Park White Eagles; Wollongong, Australia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albion_Park_White_Eagles

Springvale White Eagles; Melbourne, Australia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Springvale_White_Eagles

Noble Park United FC 'Drina'; Melbourne, Australia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noble_Park_Drina

Dianella White Eagles; Dianella, Australia
http://www.whiteeagleswa.com/

Canberra White Eagles FC ; Canberra, Australia
http://www.whiteeaglesfc.org/

Fitzroy City Serbia, Melbourne, Australia
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fitzroy_City_Serbia

F.K. Beli Orlovi
www.whiteeaglessoccer.com

KW Srbija, Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
http://www.kwsrbija.com

FK Borac
Klaus, Austria
http://www.fk-borac.com/
 

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You forgot one

FK Sveti Stefan, Ottawa
 

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He didn't forget it, we just don't have a website.
It obviously needs to be made. We would have a class team if they weren't all heavy smokes and drinkers. Before and after games :howler:
 

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Hows Bonnyrigg going in the pre season? Anyone seen them play? Seems to me it will be a very strong team this upcoming season!
 

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what happened to the good old Bonnyrigg forum if anyone remembers it?? Is it still active...
 

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White Eagles send out warning to opposition
28.02.10 00:37


Daniel Severino celebrates scoring his debut goal for the Bonnyrigg White Eagles with a stunning free-kick which saw his side defeat the South Coast Wolves 2-1
The new-look Bonnyrigg White Eagles have kick-started their premiership assault with a come from behind victory against the South Coast Wolves.
Reduced to 10 men midway through the first-half, the White Eagles came from 1-0 down to clinch a 2-1 victory in front of a vocal crowd at Bonnyrigg Sports Centre.

The Wolves were looking to erase the scars of a dreadful 2009 campaign and almost drew first blood when Andrew Paine found himself in space down the White Eagles’ left-side defence.

Paine’s cross looked destined to be tapped in by a charging Jason Trifiro, but Bonnyrigg goalkeeper Phillip Zabaks was equal to the task, racing off his line to thwart the Wolves attack and dent the visitors of the opener.

In an exciting opening to the round one clash, the White Eagles weren’t about to be undone by their South Coast rivals on home soil.

Brad Boardman didn’t take long to make his presence felt, supplying the ball that allowed Daniel Severino the chance to unleash a right-footed shot at goal which was saved by the diving efforts of Wolves shot-stopper Brody Crane.

When Nikola Zonjic found Boardman with some space in the box, the White Eagles had a golden chance to register the opener, but a brilliant save from close-range by Crane denied the home side yet again.

Crane’s heroics between the sticks inspired his troops at the other end, and it didn’t take long for the Wolves to exploit the White Eagles defence.

Andrew Paine latched on to a through ball to find himself one-on-one with Phillip Zabaks, weaving his way around the former Tigers’ keeper before Paul Cotte rushed in to close things down.

Cotte’s desperate tackle may have ended Paine’s run, but it was also the end of his night, with referee Adam Weir left with no choice but to present a red card - Bonnyrigg’s second opening round send-off in as many years.

Paine stepped up to the penalty spot and sent Zabaks in the opposite direction, slotting home the Wolves’ first goal of the season in the 22’ minute.

In an effort to avoid a repeat of last season’s opening round loss with 10-men, the White Eagles continued to press forward and were rewarded with a goal of their own just 10’ out from half-time.

A curling free-kick from Jamie McMaster proved difficult for the Wolves’ Lisandro Berbis to handle, heading home an own goal in the 35’ minute and inviting the home-side back into the match.

With the crowd behind them, the White Eagles struck again just 5’ later to hit the lead in spectacular fashion.

A stunning left-footed free kick from Daniel Severino curved its way past a diving Brody Crane and into the top right-hand corner, making an early claim for goal of the season.

When the players came out for the second-half, it was Zabaks who matched Crane’s first-half efforts, thwarting several Wolves opportunities in the opening minutes of the period.

The Wolves appeared to have equalised in the 61’ minute from a free-kick, only for the offside flag to deny the visitors.

Still riding on the high of his first-half stunner, Severino was given a second opportunity to find the back of the net when the White Eagles were awarded a free-kick on the corner of the 18-yard box.

Severino’s left footed shot beat the wall for a second time, though a diving Crane managed to hold out the White Eagles’ new recruit.

But Severino couldn’t be kept out of the action, finding the head of Graham Forbes with his corner.

It took some desperate on-line defence from the Wolves to prevent the White Eagles from extending their lead, again preventing the home-side from finding the back of the net.

The Wolves tried hard to find an equaliser but when they were reduced to 10-men in the 80’ minute, any hopes of snaring a point were gone.

Wolves coach Trevor Morgan was happy with his troops’ efforts despite the one goal defeat:

“We’re not rubbish,” Morgan said.

“We showed we can play with the good sides and play some good football.

“The boys are just frustrated because our decision making at times led to going from 1-0 up to 2-1 down in 15 minutes.

“There’s plenty of people who can score goals but the final execution today didn’t drop for us.”

In the opposition shed, Bonnyrigg coach Brian Brown was pleased to come away with the three points with only 10-men for most of the match.

“We had a player sent off and they got a goal from it but we made a little change and the guys stuck to the plan, worked their socks off and we scored two great goals,” Brown said.

“I could sense a real aggression in the way we fought today.

“We have a team full of ability and they made some smart decisions that won us the game.”

Match Stats

Bonnyrigg White Eagles 2 (Own goal (Lisandro Berbis) 35’, Daniel Severino 40’)

South Coast Wolves 1 (Andrew Paine 22’)

Saturday, February 27, 2010

Bonnyrigg Sports Club, Bonnyrigg Heights

Referee: Adam Weir

Assistant Referees: Nick Backo and Matt Sampson

Fourth Official: Brendan Johansen

Crowd: Approx 1000

Bonnyrigg White Eagles: 20.Phillip Zabaks; 7.Nikola Zonjic, 2.Paul Cotte, 4.Michael Brown, 11.Shane Webb (8.Milorad Simonovic 64’), 10.Daniel Severino, 19.Jamie McMaster, 9.Bradley Boardman (16.Stefan Heleta 71’), 3.Graham Forbes, 17.David Gullo (13.Juan Chaves 75’), 6.Vuko Tomasevic

Substitutes Not Used: 1.Ali Akbal, 5.Milan Zoric.

Yellow Cards: Vuko Tomasevic 51’, Nikola Zonjic 51’, Michael Brown 74’

Red Cards: Paul Cotte 21’

South Coast Wolves: 1.Brody Crane, 17.Tynan Diaz, 2.Alex Mansueto, 4.Dave Abel, 5.Nick McInerney, 6.Lisandro Berbis, 7.Andy Keep (16.Kieran Deane 61’), 8.Tayfun Buyukkopru (9.Mark Picciolini 69’), 19.Ken Chun, 10.Jason Trifiro, 11.Andrew Paine

Substitutes Not Used: 20.Bryce Daenell, 3.Greg Valic.

Yellow Cards: Nil

Red Cards: Mark Picciolini 80’

Player Ratings:

3 - Daniel Severino (BWE)

2 - Jamie McMaster (BWE)

1 - Ken Chun (SCW)

-By Michael Chammas
 

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yeah i know aye, well the league itself is gaining a bit of a momentum. It can be safely assumed it is no.2 or equal no.2 after the A league. However it is claer that the only teams getting any decent crowds are Olympic, BWE, SU and Bankstown.
 

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NSW football association isa very well run ship, they've won the NSW sport organisation of the year
 

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http://www.bonno.com.au/

New Bonnyrigg website, pretty damn sweet. Come on North American Serbs post some info about our clubs/teams sites etc.
 

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I don't really keep up with the Serbian White Eagles in Toronto. But the are the best team in CSL and last year they started their own youth academy. Hopefully with good investment and outside interest they may join the MLS one day but this is highly unlikely as Toronto already has an MLS team.
 

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Just watched Bonnyrigg play man the quality was just a bit better than the derby yesterday hahahah and thats saying something.

1.1 draw against the West Berries
 

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Update on the NSWPL

TEAM P W D PTS
Marconi Stallions 13 9 2 29
Bonnyrigg White Eagles 13 7 5 26
Sydney United 13 7 4 25
Blacktown City FC 13 7 3 24
Sutherland Sharks 13 6 2 20
Rockdale City Suns 13 4 6 18
APIA Leichhardt Tigers 13 5 2 17
Manly United FC 13 3 3 12
South Coast Wolves 13 3 3 12
Sydney Olympic 13 3 2 11
Bankstown City 13 3 2 11
West Sydney Berries 13 2 4 10
 
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