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By Shaun Mooney,John Stensholt

In November 2004, buying centre billionaire Frank Lowy walked right into a packed media convention and introduced the production of a brand new specialist soccer league. Armed with $15 million of presidency money, Lowy used to be approximately to wake the napping titanic of Australian activity. The A-League kicked off in 2005.

Over the competition’s first decade it has visible greater than its fair proportion of drama, off and on the sphere. foreign superstars have come to play, eccentric billionaires have acquired and bought franchises, and golf equipment have folded after haemorrhaging thousands of bucks. but the soccer has been passionate and pleasing, and attendances and tv audiences have grown as Australians have embraced the sport as by no means before.

Relying on unheard of entry to key figures within the code, John Stensholt and Shaun Mooney exhibit the genuine tale in the back of the A-League’s first ten years: the egos, the ability performs and the rows among a few of Australia’s richest males as they struggle to make the area video game Australia’s favorite activity.

‘Money, strength, ego and ambition. Throw within the extraordinary soccer fit and you've got the tale of the A-League – from forgotten online game to unforgettable glory.’—Francis Leach, ABC

‘Once i began, I couldn’t placed it down. an excellent and riveting perception into the 1st decade of the A-League.’—Ray Gatt, the Australian

‘There’s sufficient during this for a 20-year interval, such has been the decade in Australian membership soccer. enjoyable, informative, this covers all of it – the nice, the undesirable, the ugly.’—Adam Peacock, Fox Sports

Shaun Mooney is the writer of soccer magazine Leopold strategy, and has contributed to the Guardian Australia. formerly, Shaun wrote articles on retail and small enterprise advertising, that have been syndicated throughout six international locations. He has additionally co-authored company books.

John Stensholt is an award-winning journalist for the Australian monetary Review, and edits the BRW Rich record. His paintings has additionally seemed within the Age, the Sydney Morning Herald and the Financial Review Magazine.

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