Redlands United coach Nick Dibbs said he was pleased with his teams performance despite a 2-1 loss to Brisbane Strikers on Friday night. “Not the result I wanted but I’m still verily pleased with the boys performance,” he said. “We still faze out in moments, individual mistakes and the second goal was a bit disappointing. “The boys are competing in the last 10 to 15 minutes of games and we’ve scared the hell out of teams but we want to start scaring teams from the start,” Dibbs said. Redlands scored within the opening 15 minutes of the match as Alex Warrilow curved the ball into the top corner after Scott Sargent was brought down just outside the box. There was a chance for Redlands to exten
Redlands United have a strategic 5 year vision: 1 - Make football affordable to all, allowing the best players to fulfil their potential 2 - Have the best player and coach development programme in Australia 3 - Have multiple pathways available for our players (within football and outwith) 4 - Live by our motto... One Vision, One Club, The Redlands Way Part of this strategy is to move the club towards a streamlined operational model which requires more engagement and support from the membership. This has already started. The last 4 weeks have seen a transition of the canteen from a private operator to a volunteer run facility. This has seen our income from the food and beverage treble over
A late come back from Redlands United was not enough as Brisbane City got their third win in a row with a 2-1 victory on Saturday night. Redlands coach Nick Dibbs said while he was disappointed with the result he thought his side played well. "I told the boys I can't knock their performance at the halftime period," he said. "I thought their reaction at halftime was also very positive. "I thought we played well but we fazed out in two or three occasions and we get punished against good sides and that's going to happen. "I think we deserve more from it but that is football," Dibbs said. Scott Sargent returned to the starting XI after overcoming a hamstring injury while defender Liam O'Bryan al
Redlands United have secured their second win of the season with a 5-1 victory over Sunshine Coast FC Fire on Sunday afternoon. It was set to be an interesting between the two sides with Sunshine Coast looking to forget their 15-1 loss to Western Pride last weekend while Redlands were looking to find their second clean sheet of the season. Redlands were missing midfielder Scott Sargent after his hamstring injury forced him from the field in their loss to Brisbane Roar Youth last week. Redlands opened the scoring within the first two minutes of the match after a defensive error for Sunshine Coast saw them gift Shuto Kuboyama the ball as he smashed the ball into the goal. Sunshine Coast strugg
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Brisbane Roar Youth have come from behind to snatch the three points in a 4-3 win against Redlands United on Friday night. It was a dramatic injury time as former Roar player Jayden Prasad hit back to level the scoring before Roar quickly took the ball down the end of the pitch after the restart as Nathan Yoon went one on one with Andrew Ralph. Redlands coach Nick Dibbs was disappointed with the result after Redlands went ahead in the first half. "We shouldn't have been in the situation to be 3-3 so to me it wasn't worth celebrating, get the ball, start again and we shouldn't be in that position," he said. "Some people will say feel thankful you got it back to 3-3 with two minutes to go and