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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
6 Wellington P 11 7 9 40
7 N'castle Jet 10 5 12 35
8 Western Sydn 6 6 15 24
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Newcastle JetsNewcastle Jets
Sydney FCSydney FC
2
0
FT
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Brisbane RoarBrisbane Roar
Newcastle JetsNewcastle Jets
1
6
FT
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Perth GloryPerth Glory
Newcastle JetsNewcastle Jets
1
0
FT
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Newcastle JetsNewcastle Jets
Western Sydney WanderersWestern Sydney Wanderers
3
2
FT
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Wellington Phoenix FCWellington Phoenix FC
Newcastle JetsNewcastle Jets
4
1
FT
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Newcastle JetsNewcastle Jets
Central Coast MarinersCentral Coast Mariners
2
3
FT
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Melbourne VictoryMelbourne Victory
Newcastle JetsNewcastle Jets
0
2
FT
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Newcastle JetsNewcastle Jets
Adelaide UnitedAdelaide United
0
0
FT
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Newcastle JetsNewcastle Jets
Melbourne City FCMelbourne City FC
3
1
FT
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Former A-League star Andy Brennan comes out as gay

Andy Brennan left Newcastle Jets in January 2017.

Former A-League footballer Andy Brennan has come out as gay in an interview with the Herald Sun newspaper.

Brennan, who left Newcastle Jets in 2017 and now plays for Green Gully in the NPL Victoria League, said he is looking forward to focusing on football again.

"Six months ago I thought about it a lot, tried to hide it and push it aside because of the way I thought it would be perceived by many," the 26-year-old, who is the first Australian male footballer to come out as gay, said.

"You've got...

Why is the A-League's record in Asia so poor?

Melbourne Victory's 4-0 loss to Daegu FC on Wednesday night was a game that meant nothing, but meant everything.

With an A-League semifinal against Sydney FC beckoning and Kevin Muscat's side already eliminated from the AFC Champions League, it was justifiable to take 15 players -- mostly from the youth ranks -- to South Korea.

In isolation, the result could be deemed tough to take, but inconsequential. The points may not have mattered, but in football one can learn from every game.

There was something...

A-League Team of the Year: Glory, Phoenix, Sky Blues and Victory dominate

We're at the end before the end of the A-League season. This time of the year always brings up the discussion of teams and players of the year. Who was better, or who is the best?

Attempting to give a definitive assessment in a game of perspective and subjectivity is almost like a dog chasing its tail. You will never succeed in your aim, but doing so is as much fun as it is futile or stupid.

So, before we get to see who will get to hang the most coveted toilet seat in football around their neck,...

 By AAP

Newcastle Jets beat Sydney FC to end A-League season on high note

Newcastle JetsNewcastle Jets
Sydney FCSydney FC
2
0
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Sydney FC coach Steve Corica hopes an extra day's rest after their next Asian Champions League (ACL) game will help them to recover for the A-League semifinals after a tired performance in a 2-0 loss in Newcastle.

Sydney were already assured of second place going into on Saturday evening's final-round clash at McDonald Jones Stadium, and Newcastle's finals hopes were long gone after a frustrating campaign in front of goal.

The Sky Blues created the better chances but the Jets struck first through...

 By AAP

Newcastle Jets' youth stars shine as Roar are silencing in thrashing at Suncorp Stadium

Brisbane RoarBrisbane Roar
Newcastle JetsNewcastle Jets
1
6
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A bright future beckons Newcastle after their youth stars dazzled in the side's 6-1 A-League demolition of Brisbane at Suncorp Stadium.

While neither club has qualified for the finals, the Jets can be optimistic about the energy and polish provided by Joey Champness and Angus Thurgate. They stunned a Roar outfit who had little to play for except a bright departure for retiring captain Matt McKay.

Champness, 21, and Roy O'Donovan each scored two goals against a flat home side while 19-year-old midfielder...