How to differentiate between the Sydney FC and the Newcastle Roosts?
It is no simple task, especially when the Jets are the reigning premiers and the Rooster are the defending premiers.
The Jets are a very strong side and the Jets have a strong history in Australia and the world.
The Jets also play in the same ground as the Rooster and the players on both sides of the Tasman have won a number of State of Origin titles.
However, the Jets and Roosterers are very different clubs and the two clubs are currently in a fight for supremacy.
The Rooster is the defending champion of the A-League and has a strong squad of players who are not only international players but also have been on the books of other A-Laws.
They are: the likes of Sam Tomkins, Ryan Gallucci, Sam Tagataese, Tomás Román, Liam Duggan, Sam Thomas and Jai Fry.
The Jets have also been linked to the likes in England of Tom Jones and Tom Carroll.
Both teams have been linked with the likes as well, including the likes, Michael Essien and Sam Cronin, and the former Newcastle Jets captain, Steve Hine.
However the Jets seem to be in a strong position at the moment and the club is expected to take the reins at St James Park when the Roopers do.
It has been reported that the Roo are set to release their captain, Anthony Pilkington, from his contract and he is expected at St Johnstone soon.
The Roostes are currently on the lookout for a new captain as they look to improve their side and that is why the club has reportedly offered their captain Nathan Burns a one-year deal at St Peter’s.
If Burns does decide to leave the Roos, he will likely be joining the Jets or Roosting.
If Burns does stay, the Rooners may look to make a move for his services, however, the news is still very much a long way from being confirmed.