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Benny Down Under

Sydney FC announced on Thursday morning that it has signed Italian striker Benito Carbone on a guest player contract.

Carbone, 35, has played with illustrious clubs in some of Europe's biggest leagues, including Inter Milan and Parma in Serie A and Middlesbrough, Aston Villa and of course Sheffield Wednesday in the English Premier League.

He has been training with Sydney for the past two weeks and will make his A-League debut against Adelaide United on Monday at Hindmarsh Stadium.

The Italian midfielder has been signed on an initial four-week guest contract but Carbone wants to replace Dwight Yorke as Sydney's marquee player and sign a longer term contract after his four weeks are up.

Yorke left the A-League earlier in the season to return to England and play under good friend and new manager Roy Keane at Sunderland, the next opponents for the Owls.


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Writer:Nick
Date:Friday September 29 2006
Time: 10:12PM

Comments

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How you could do with a player like Benny now!
sandgroanun
30/09/2006 23:03:00
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No thanks! he tuck a lot of money out of the club and gave little back!
Nightowl
01/10/2006 18:40:00
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a few years back that was all your so called top players did
mvmiller
04/10/2006 08:39:00
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Look at what creative tallent we have here now. Get Beni back ASAP, he would but 2,000 extra on the gate every week, more than can be said for the likes of Barry Corr
haxeyowl
04/10/2006 11:40:00
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he has still got it scord one set up 2 get him back now!
smedowl
04/10/2006 14:08:00
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