Monday, 22 December 2014

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Nathan Burns, back-up keepers, injured hopefuls, a teenage bolter & the battle for left-back are the burning issues ahead of the Socceroos' Asian Cup squad announcement on Tuesday

Sunday, 21 December 2014

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The French-born Tunisia international did his very best to halt a rampant Melbourne City, who are one of three teams with two or more representatives in our select line-up

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Newcastle are off the mark but making up the numbers, City have finally found some defenders, Glory shrugged off their off-field issues and the Nix made a statement in Sydney

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There are no thoughts of missing the top six despite a ten-game winless run, according to the rookie Mariners manager.

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Perth Glory's stunning start to the A-League season is because of the togetherness at the club, according to their humble manager.

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The Big V boss forecast some gruelling sessions during the forthcoming break as he eyes improvement in all departments following a first loss of the league campaign

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Chris Harold netted a brace and teenage hotshot Daniel De Silva supplied an eye-catching strike as Kenny Lowe's men responded to mid-week disappointment in fine style

Saturday, 20 December 2014

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The hero of Brisbane Roar's 2011 grand final win conjured up another important header to earn derby honours for his new side in a result that could rejuvenate their season

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The Catalan coach insisted he wasn't making excuses, but felt his side were below their best in a surprise defeat at Hunter Stadium

Friday, 19 December 2014

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The Argentine striker came off the bench to score the winner against his former club, sealing a long overdue first victory of the campaign for Phil Stubbins' side

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The experienced attacking midfielder is likely to finally pull on a white and sky blue shirt in competitive action against his team's fiercest rivals this weekend

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The Big V will be right at home and playing in front of their own fans on Saturday night, as they aim to cement their long-held status as the dominant force in Melbourne

Thursday, 18 December 2014

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Graham Arnold's men will aim to keep pace with the A-League's front-runners when the competition's New Zealand representatives arrive in the Harbour City

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Kenny Lowe's A-League leaders will still be hurting from their defeat in the inaugural FFA Cup final and looking to take it out on the struggling Gosford side this weekend

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The visitors will be missing banned skipper Mark Milligan as they tackle John van 't Schip's men, who are determined to make amends for their big derby defeat earlier this season

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Phil Stubbins and his players, still winless in 2014-15, will be hoping to catch Josep Gombau's Reds with a hangover from their historic triumph

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Kenny Lowe will have to find a way to make the Glory's midfield and attack tick without the hard-working playmaker, who has had his slim hopes of Asian Cup participation ended

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Stricken by a torn anterior cruciate ligament, the promising young forward is thankful his club and community have stood by him as he embarks on the long road back to full fitness