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Give Us A Break!

While the A-League can take heart in the impressive involvement of domestic players called to represent their respective countries (eight of which are representing Australia), the loss of quality players have a dire influence on the viewership of league matches. 649 more words

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Could we see the (un)perfect season from the Wanderers?

While the Hyundai A-League season may only just have passed the halfway point, making null and void the efficacy of any sort of prediction about the next six months (particularly from armchair critics like myself), is it worth now asking if the Western Sydney Wanderers, Australian football’s ‘Crown Jewel’ just a few months previous after winning the Asian club championship, may now be on track to recording a full domestic season with no wins?  814 more words

Hyundai A-League

A Bad Start to The Week.

It looks like it is going to be a tough week for the Football Federation of Australia. First they have to try and find out what was discussed by all of the A-League club owners at the meeting in Abu Dhabi at the weekend, a meeting convened by the City Football Group, owners of Melbourne City. 359 more words


A-League Round 3 : Melbourne Victory Vs Melbourne City F.C

Not just another ordinary night at Etihad but the first Melbourne Derby between Melbourne Victory & the Re-branded Melbourne City F.C. In front of a sold out crowd, spectators were spoilt with goals in an entertaining first half with Melbourne City F.C with the assistance of World Cup Winner David Villa, seeing their side go into half time at 2-2 against the highly rated Victory. 387 more words

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Victory View - Round 2

So, this was meant to be a weekly thing but it’s too late to be talking about the first round. Ergo, we move on.

You’ll probably read a fair few reviews of the Adelaide v Victory match, you can read mine… 463 more words