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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
7 Adelaide Utd 5 0 7 15
8 W Sydney 4 2 7 14
9 Brisbane 3 4 5 13
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Western Sydney Wanderers agree to mutually part ways with striker Alex Meier

Western Sydney coach Markus Babbel has revealed an honest conversation with German striker Alex Meier led to both club and player agreeing to a mutual contract termination.

The 37-year-old was released from his contract on Friday morning after 12 games and just one goal for the Wanderers despite arriving in the A-League to great excitement in September.

Babbel, who is also under pressure to turn the Wanderers' poor season form around, said he was sad to lose Meier but the termination was a solution...

A-League midseason review: Sydney FC, Melbourne City lead the pack

Sydney continue their impressive form vs. Newcastle jets to move further clear at the top of the A-League.
Two extra-time goals help end Central Coast Mariners drought against Melbourne Victory in a 3-2 win.
Richarlison's goal led Everton to a win vs. Brighton, while Mat Ryan gave to bushfire relief with each save.
Perth Glory made it five on the trot in a stellar display against a woeful Adelaide with a 3-0 win.
A blockbuster first half fizzled in the second as Brisbane Roar and Melbourne City failed to best one another.
Wellington Phoenix matched their club's unbeaten streak record with ease against a disappointing Wanderers.

We are near the midway point -- curse you, uneven rounds and byes -- of the A-League season. It's time for some perspective.

To this point, it appears the competition this season is broken up into three tiers, as reflected by the ladder: Sydney, Melbourne City to Adelaide United, then the rest. It's the A-League, though, so anything can happen between now and the time the Toilet Seat is lifted in triumph.

Anyway...

1. Sydney FC

The ladder does not lie. Sydney have unquestionably been the A-League's...

W-League review: Kyah Simon's recovery is a boost for Melbourne City and Matildas

The W-League weekend in 280 characters or less

City extend their unbeaten streak with 4-0 thrashing of Canberra, Newcastle's game against Adelaide is rescheduled due to heat and smoke, and Western Sydney record their first loss of the season after a 4-0 drubbing at home to Brisbane Roar.

JUMP TO: Winners | Losers | Here's the tea | Is there a gif of that?

Melbourne City's Kyah Simon (centre) could make her first Matildas appearance in over a year after hitting form in the W-League.

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Kyah Simon

Kyah Simon has had A Week. On Wednesday, the veteran striker was recalled by Australia for their Olympic qualifiers in February...

W-League review: Good news for Melbourne clubs but Brisbane toil

The W-League weekend in 280 characters or less

City stay undefeated with 2-0 win over Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth forced to settle for a 2-2 draw, Victory claw their way into the top four with 2-1 win over Newcastle, and Canberra's game against Sydney is postponed due to bushfire smoke.

JUMP TO: Winners | Losers | Here's the tea | Is there a gif of that?

Melbourne City celebrate after Aivi Luik scored against Brisbane Roar.

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Melbourne's clubs

As a Sydneysider (and a Sydney FC supporter), I've often been loath to compliment Melbourne and everything that exists...