Tasmania's A-League fate in own hands: Western United coach

Hamish Geale
By Hamish Geale
Updated February 26 2021 - 1:27am, first published 1:20am
ROUND BALL ROLLING: Western United chief executive Chris Pehlivanis at UTAS Stadium earlier this week. Picture: Phillip Biggs

Tasmanian soccer fans can help the state's bid for an A-League team by turning out in force to Western United games in Launceston, says coach Mark Rudan.


Hamish Geale

Hamish Geale

Property reporter

Hamish Geale is a Newcastle-based reporter with ACM's national property team. He has been working as a journalist with ACM for six years and has a passion for regional communities. A recent home buyer in Newcastle, he has a keen interest and practical experience in how first home buyers can enter the market. Got a story? Get in touch: hgeale@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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