Corey Brown to Make 150th Appearance for Brisbane Roar in A-League

Corey Brown to Join Exclusive Club with 150th Game for Brisbane Roar

Corey Brown is set to achieve a significant milestone as he gears up to play his 150th A-League Men game for Brisbane Roar, solidifying his place in the club’s history alongside legends like Matt McKay, Thomas Broich, and Henrique.

The journey to this moment was not without its challenges, as Brown’s contract was abruptly terminated for serious misconduct in August 2022, only to be later overturned by the club’s new management who publicly apologized to him. Despite the setbacks, the 30-year-old is now a crucial player in the Roar’s quest for a finals berth, emphasizing the importance of every upcoming game.

In their upcoming clash against Macarthur FC, where fellow defender Kai Trewin will mark his 100th A-League appearance as the club’s first academy graduate, Brisbane Roar will be looking to close the gap on the top six. Interim coach Ruben Zadkovich has guided the team to an unbeaten run of four games at home and has shown a knack for picking up points against top-half teams this season.

The coach is optimistic about the team’s chances against Macarthur, recognizing the opposition’s strengths but also identifying areas for exploitation. With key players returning from injury, Brisbane Roar is aiming to continue their improved form and secure a positive result at the revamped Ballymore Stadium.

Meanwhile, Macarthur will be missing Bernardo Oliveira due to injury and are looking to bounce back from a recent defeat to Central Coast. The stage is set for an intriguing battle between two determined sides vying for crucial points in the A-League Men’s competition.

Denis Hardin

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