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RUFC Announces New Club Technical Director!

RUFC are delighted to announce our new Technical Director Ray Wood. After an extensive search, Ray was selected due to his exceptional track record, knowledge of the game and global contacts which will provide further pathways for our players at Redlands Below is a short bio of Ray's experience: Over 25 years experience in coaching football Clubs worked for in Europe - Liverpool FC, Leicester City FC and PSG (Paris St Germain) to mention a few Holder of UEFA/FFA Pro & A Licences also holds prestigious English FA Youth Award Modules 1,2,3. Key area of Expertise is player development from ages 5-18years, providing a framework of technical & physical structures allowing players to develop and r

Veteran Redlands midfielder says goodbye

Redlands United captain Graham Fyfe has announced he will not be returning to the club in 2019. The 35-year-old has spent the last decade at the club after arriving from New Zealand based side Hawkes Bay United in 2009 and won the Queensland State League Grand Final in the same year. Fyfey, as he is affectionately known as, did not participate in Redlands 4-0 loss to 2018 NPL Premiers Lions FC on Friday due to an injury. "It would've been cool to play and finish off with a home game but I have a slight injury that isn't worth risking but it's a bit emotional," Fyfe said. "It's been 10 years but I wish the club all the best and sometimes it's time to move on," he said. Last weeks crucial 2-1

Red Devils staying up in 2019

Redlands United have secured their spot in the NPL Queensland for 2019 after defeating reigning Champions Western Pride 2-1 at Briggs Road. For Redlands coach Nick Dibbs it was a fantastic moment for not only the players but the whole club. "I always believed we could do it and it was an absolutely outstanding performance tonight," Dibbs said. "Everyone pulled together and did their job, I couldn't be happier for the players and the club as a whole because it's what we deserve. "It has been a tough year, I think we have used 35-40 players in the senior team, again for me, I know we've avoided relegation and I've said it over and over again, whether it be forced, circumstances or resources, I

Redlands lift themselves out of relegation

Redlands have defeated the Mackay Whitsundays Magpies Crusaders United in a thrilling 3-2 match on Saturday which has lifted them out of relegation with other results going their way. On Sunday afternoon, Brisbane City pumped North Queensland United 4-0, which saw United return to the relegation zone. Everything was on the line for Redlands, if they won it would see them go above North Queensland United and out of the relegation zone but a loss would mean they were likely to be relegated. Knowing there was everything to play for the team left everything out on the field. "The relief is huge and it is really nice for the boys to feel good after being on the back of some disappointing dressing

Redlands in Bangladesh!

Bruce Clacher organised for some Redlands kit to go out to some school kids in Bangladesh. These kids live on the sandbar islands in the middle of the Jamuna River - the huge river that pretty much splits Bangladesh from North to South. Indians call it the Ganges River. These people, because of their location, tend to be almost ignored by the Government and are quite isolated - and certainly affected by seasonal flooding of the river. As a club, it's fantastic to help out whenever and wherever we can!! One Vision, One Club, The Redlands Way!!!!

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