Aloisi demands Roar retake trophy
BRISBANE Roar’s reliability has never been doubted, but coach John Aloisi says the time has come for the club to turn consistency into another run of trophies.
Without silverware since their 2014 grand final win over Western Sydney Wanderers, three-time A-League champi- ons Brisbane don’t want to waste the chance to reach a fourth decider in seven years when they meet Melbourne Victory in today’s semi-final at AAMI Park.
“When I set foot in Brisbane Roar (in 2015), I knew that it was a club that wants to win all the time,” Aloisi said. “That started when Ange (Postecoglou) won the first title (in 2011) and continued since.
“The year before I arrived they struggled and I made sure the players remembered that they’re winners, that they’ve won a lot in the past, and the players that we’ve brought in have shown they can win.”