He is still having a hard time to decide....Maybe Still he want to get some spot in Soccerros..I think its impossible for Soccerros is already flooded with many good players especially coming from its youth teams.. If he maintains his form still a possibity to get called up by Australia.
Goal of the day: Iain Ramsay (Adelaide) vs Brisbane Roar [Monday, March 12, 2012 ] Adelaide United scored a superb team goal in a 1-1 draw with Brisbane Roar in the Australian A-League at Suncorp on Sunday.
Adelaide player Iain Ramsay finishes off a blistering counter attack with a goal against Brisbane Roar
The visitors sprung to a 1-0 lead after 14 minutes and the goal came from a fluent movement that began when Besart Berisha lost possession on the edge of the Adelaide box.
Dario Vidošić was fed the ball inside his own half and the Roar target rode a challenge and perfectly slid Bruce Djite in down the right flank.
Djite picked out the unmarked Iain Ramsay at the back post and the ball was slammed into the roof of the net.
Brisbane finally got on the board when substitute Kofi Danning pounced on a Zenon Caravella turnover and set up Berisha for his goal in the 70th minute.
"Brisbane are always set for the counter in those little inside left, inside right channels because the full-backs get so high so quick, so it was always on," Adelaide coach John Kosmina said.
"Dario beat some feet on the halfway line, Brucey did magic the way he held his line when it opened left... and it was a great finish from Iain Ramsay. It's a hell of an effort."
Philippines keep an eye on Ramsay Sebastian Hassett March 18, 2012
TO MOST of us, the outcome of the Philippines match against Palestine on Monday night will matter little. But former Sydney FC midfielder Iain Ramsay will be among the first to seek out the result.
The match is the third-place play-off at the AFC Challenge Cup, a tournament for developing football nations. Though it might be a footnote on the football landscape, it's of huge importance to the Azkals. This is a rare chance for the increasingly football-mad country to take a podium finish in a sport they might love but are yet to master.
On Friday in Kathmandu, the Philippines went within a whisker of tipping the form book on its head when they took an early lead in the semi-final against Turkmenistan through former Chelsea junior and national icon Phil Younghusband. Advertisement: Story continues below
However, two late goals to the Green Men ensured their progress to the final. Turkmenistan will play North Korea and the winner will book an automatic place in the 2015 Asian Cup in Australia.
Ramsay's interest in the Philippines' game has a very personal touch, for both his past and future.
There's a good chance he might be taking part in their attempts to qualify for that tournament.
''They've contacted me quite a few times and have invited me over a lot to come and play for the national team, which is pretty exciting,'' he said. ''The authorities have sent me a lot of stuff about how football is coming along, how the domestic league is improving and how the national team is improving every year.
''It's a great option for me to play for another country and maybe in a few years it'll be something I look at closely if things don't work out and I don't get to play for Australia.''
However, don't discount the chance of Ramsay pulling on Australian jersey at the 2015 Asian Cup. He's been one of the few highlights in an otherwise dismal campaign for Adelaide United, making the left-hand side of the pitch his own, regularly embarrassing opponents with his blistering pace.
''I definitely want to play for the Socceroos - that's a lifelong goal of mine and that's obviously the dream I'm holding on to. I've never even played in the under-age Australian squads, so the hunger is even greater,'' he said. ''But if it doesn't work out, I'll look at playing for the Philippines for sure.''
After a fine first-half performance against Bunyodkor in the Asian Champions League, ex-Gold Coast coach Miron Bleiberg wondered whether the Socceroos would be better off with Ramsay than David Carney. ''Based on how they are playing tonight, I know who'd I'd be prefer,'' Bleiberg said.
Ramsay admits he's pleased at how his game has emerged since leaving Sydney FC. ''It's been a great season for me personally and while the team itself has struggled, my game has taken a big step forward and I'm feeling like I belong at this level,'' he said.
''I had to leave Sydney because I just wasn't getting a look in. I'll always appreciate the start they gave me but then they didn't offer me a senior contract and I had to see what else was out there. Adelaide were interested and I hope I've repaid them.''
He'll replace Chieffy in the starting XI if we can get him. However, with the way he's playing now, he might just get capped by the Aussies.
He will probably be capped by the Ausies but just for a short time maybe 10-15 caps. Australia has a big pool of talented players they will probably cap him so no other country(Philippines) can get to him!
BoyBacolod: If some UAAP or NCAA schools will join the new league in one form or another, it may remove the gap between U22s and seniors. The schools can devise a system akin to sports academies, education is important after all.
Feb 28, 2019 18:16:35 GMT 8
BoyBacolod: Will the PFL be like the San Marino league system, where there are no so-called "home" stadiums.
Mar 2, 2019 12:39:19 GMT 8
leoisiah: Gibraltar also has a single stadium for their league.
Mar 12, 2019 8:27:57 GMT 8
BoyBacolod: Rules are rules are rules. The two clubs should have known better. They are given loads of time to act on it. And to those who say PFF sucks, sometimes they do but one thing they are consistent is sticking to the rules.
Mar 25, 2019 10:42:16 GMT 8
truman: Agree @boybacolod
Mar 25, 2019 14:49:21 GMT 8
truman: lowkey cringe sa conyoness ng PPL FB page.
Apr 8, 2019 10:11:23 GMT 8
truman: sad day for philippine football
Apr 27, 2019 13:22:38 GMT 8
BoyBacolod: Why I like UAAP football, no more extra games for seeding.Makes me think about European efficiency. Wish gayahin din sa basketball (very sketchy tiebreakers), like Euroleague.
May 8, 2019 14:02:35 GMT 8
BoyBacolod: Negros Occidental footy fans, expect more football this 2019, now that a San Carlos native is governor.
May 14, 2019 2:05:22 GMT 8
Jun 9, 2019 18:39:47 GMT 8
@BoyBacolod: Hamak na mungkahi lang. Mabuti siguro kung maipromote ulit ang larong sipa. Daming maling sa sipa na mga bata, mabuting transistion for futsal, kung hindi regular football. Parang sa Thailand, sepak takraw, o chinlone sa Myanmar.
Jul 24, 2019 19:12:53 GMT 8
bluedevil2k8: guys please support the across the line podcast
Sept 16, 2019 19:18:16 GMT 8
papajamba: listening now to simone rota - across the line podcast
Sept 16, 2019 23:48:32 GMT 8
BoyBacolod: As long as Ricky Yanson is professional to Ceres FC and extends support to the Azkals in general (Ceres Azkals in particular) during home games, he can be PFF president in my book. Much better will be reconciling with Leo, though that idea is Farfetch'd.
Sept 21, 2019 23:07:36 GMT 8
BoyBacolod: Kaya fans wishing that Ricky Yanson wins the PFF presidency is akin to GMA fans wishing that Congress and President Duterte will not renew ABS-CBN's franchise.
Oct 24, 2019 21:10:39 GMT 8
BoyBacolod: We will wait for the basketball and volleyball ASEAN teams and then we compare their reception to that given to the football delegations, where ALL ASEAN nations participate. Now there will be foreign scrutiny in every move of PHISGOC.
Nov 24, 2019 23:20:26 GMT 8
BoyBacolod: DDS trolls underestimated the SEA football community. Having no prior exposure to football culture, they dismiss any and all so-called sabotages as destabilization plots, to the point that they do not support the teams, especially the women.
Nov 27, 2019 15:25:36 GMT 8
Passerby: That's awkwardly worded.
Mar 6, 2020 21:09:41 GMT 8
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nil: anyone have any ADT FC's contact?
Jun 3, 2020 11:30:08 GMT 8