BRISBANE - German star Thomas Broich has warned former Roar coach Ange Postecoglou to expect a "few surprises" when he returns to Brisbane's Suncorp Stadium with his Melbourne Victory team on Saturday night.
And Broich, last season's A-League Johnny Warren Medal winner, backed Postecoglou's Roar replacement, former assistant Rado Vidosic, describing him as "the brains" behind Brisbane's title successes.
"Rado is very analytical," said Broich on Wednesday.
"He's always been ... you could call him the brain behind our success, and now's he's in charge and obviously it's different."
Blessed with wonderful footwork and exceptional vision, Broich was a key player in Postecoglou's two A-League titles with Brisbane and he's now ready to prove a thorn in his former mentor's side.
"Ange might know what our strengths are but we're still a pretty decent team and we've got a way to break their defence down," said Broich.