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Mulvey stays grounded despite Roar's win against United

Roar coach Mike Mulvey.
Roar coach Mike Mulvey. Bradley Kanaris / Getty Images

NEW Brisbane Roar coach Mike Mulvey is not getting carried away by his team's 1-0 win in Adelaide.

Henrique's 65th-minute goal against the second-placed hosts secured Mulvey's first win since he took over from Rado Vidosic last week, and it was only the fourth win of the season for the defending premiers.

"We have come to a very tough place (Adelaide) and come away with three points ... but it's only the start," he said.

"The players are very circumspect, they know there is a long way to go."

Brisbane hosts Wellington on New Year's Day.
 

Topics:  adelaide united fc, brisbane roar, football, mike mulvey, soccer




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