Granville Rage FC

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Granville Rage
Logo Rage.png
Full name Granville Rage Football Club
Founded 2000
Ground Garside Park, Granville
Owner Bill Cashman
Chairman Bill Cashman
Manager Tony Losapio
League NSW Super League

The Granville Rage are an Australian semi-professional soccer club, located in the Greater Western Sydney suburb of Granville. The club was founded in 2000. They currently play in the National Premier Leagues NSW 3 Men's competition, they have played in the NSW Super League, the second tier of football in New South Wales below the NSW Premier League.

History[edit]

David Carrozza playing for Granville Rage

The club was founded in 2000, originally located in the Greater Western Sydney suburb of Prairiewood where they were known as the Prairiewood Rage. Due to the club being in the then Southern Districts Association, there were already an abundance of junior clubs in the area, making it difficult for the Rage to develop at grass-roots level. However, a lifeline appeared through the Granville Association, who allowed them into the competition. After some negotiating with the Granville Association, the club was renamed Granville Rage and re-located to their current home at Garside Park. This meant that the district regarded as the birthplace of football in Australia had – for the first time in many years – a State League operation bearing its name.[1]

Current senior squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 GK Jason Holmes
2 Johnnie Ekehov
3 David Comito
4 Maurice Aliberti
5 Mauricio Islas
7 David Harding
8 Phil Pyliotis
9 Kris Holbrook
No. Position Player
10 Fred Graham
11 Nenos Bobo
13 David Carrozza
14 Christian Bottalico
15 Calum Hedge
17 Nathan Rivera
18 Pasqualino Cappucio
22 Craig Morely

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