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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
8 Western Sydn 6 6 15 24
9 Brisbane 4 6 17 18
10 CC Mariners 3 4 20 13
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Melbourne City FCMelbourne City FC
Central Coast MarinersCentral Coast Mariners
5
0
FT
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Central Coast MarinersCentral Coast Mariners
Western Sydney WanderersWestern Sydney Wanderers
3
1
FT
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Melbourne VictoryMelbourne Victory
Central Coast MarinersCentral Coast Mariners
2
1
FT
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Central Coast MarinersCentral Coast Mariners
Perth GloryPerth Glory
0
3
FT
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Central Coast MarinersCentral Coast Mariners
Adelaide UnitedAdelaide United
0
1
FT
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Newcastle JetsNewcastle Jets
Central Coast MarinersCentral Coast Mariners
2
3
FT
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Central Coast MarinersCentral Coast Mariners
Wellington Phoenix FCWellington Phoenix FC
2
8
FT
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Central Coast MarinersCentral Coast Mariners
Brisbane RoarBrisbane Roar
3
5
FT
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Sydney FCSydney FC
Central Coast MarinersCentral Coast Mariners
1
1
FT
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Western Sydney WanderersWestern Sydney Wanderers
Central Coast MarinersCentral Coast Mariners
2
0
FT
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Central Coast MarinersCentral Coast Mariners
Melbourne VictoryMelbourne Victory
2
3
FT
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Adelaide UnitedAdelaide United
Central Coast MarinersCentral Coast Mariners
2
1
FT
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FFA Cup: Fowler to make coaching debut vs. Sydney FC

New Melbourne City coach Erick Mombaerts says he will bring an attractive style of play to the club.

The first competitive match of Robbie Fowler's Brisbane Roar reign will be an FFA Cup clash away at A-League champions Sydney FC.

The Liverpool legend, who is embarking on the first full-time head coaching role of his storied career, will take the Roar to face Steve Corica's Sky Blues in a round-of-32 clash after the pair were drawn together on Wednesday.

It will be Fowler's first big challenge at the helm of the new-look Roar who have shipped out 16 players following their disastrous 2018-19 A-League...

Brisbane Roar loan O'Neill from Burnley

Alejandro Moreno sifts through the latest transfer rumours in this week's Transfer Rater, including a potential short stay for Miguel Almiron at Newcastle.
New Melbourne City coach Erick Mombaerts says he will bring an attractive style of play to the club.

Brisbane have secured young Australian midfielder Aiden O'Neill for the 2019-20 A-League season.

The 20-year-old, who played for Central Coast last season, has joined on a season-long loan from Premier League side Burnley.

O'Neill is the eighth player announced by the Roar this week as ex-Liverpool star Robbie Fowler rebuilds the squad following a disastrous 2018-19 season.

- Mombaerts appointed new Melbourne City boss
- Amadi-Holloway, Gillesphey, Aldred join Brisbane
- Jukic: What the A-League...

FFA board member apologises for Stajcic comments

A Football Federation Australia (FFA) board member has apologised for implying Alen Stajcic was sacked as Matildas coach for misconduct.

Heather Reid on Friday publicly apologised to Stajcic, who has considered legal action over his controversial axing at Matildas coach last January. Reid, in a statement, apologised for privately suggesting to media and others that "if the whole truth could be told, Stajcic would never work again in women's football."

"Mr Stajcic's contract was not terminated by...

 By AAP

Melbourne City thrash Central Coast Mariners to round off regular season

Melbourne City FCMelbourne City FC
Central Coast MarinersCentral Coast Mariners
5
0
FT
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Shayon Harrison's dynamite dribbling helped Melbourne City end their A-League season on a high, with a 5-0 win over Central Coast.

Warren Joyce's side ended their Mariners hoodoo at AAMI Park, overcoming the wooden spooners for the first time this season in emphatic fashion.

Harrison scored a classy brace to bookend Riley McGree's volley and Dario Vidosic's tap-in on Friday night.

Ramy Najjarine then netted a rocket for his first A-League goal, putting Alen Stajcic's sorry outfit to bed.

The win...

 By AAP

Matt Simon double finally gives Central Coast something to cheer in victory over Western Sydney

Central Coast MarinersCentral Coast Mariners
Western Sydney WanderersWestern Sydney Wanderers
3
1
FT
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Central Coast signed off at home with a win over Western Sydney.

Back-to-back wooden spooners Central Coast gave their fans something to cheer about with a 3-1 win over Western Sydney in their final home game of the season on Saturday night.

A double from skipper Matt Simon and header from defender Kye Rowles gave the Mariners a 3-0 lead after 56 minutes in round 26 at Central Coast Stadium, Gosford.

The eighth-placed Wanderers were back in the contest when Mark Bridge, in his 250th A-League game, scored from the penalty spot in the 67th minute and Rowles was...