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1 Sydney FC 20 14 5 1 41 10 +31 47 LWDWW
2 Melbourne Victory 20 12 3 5 42 24 +18 39 WDWLL
3 Melbourne City 20 8 6 6 35 28 +7 30 WDLLW
4 Brisbane Roar 20 7 9 4 27 25 +2 30 DDDWW
5 Perth Glory 20 7 7 6 38 37 +1 28 DWWLW
6 Western Sydney Wanderers 20 5 9 6 24 29 -5 24 WLWLW
7 Newcastle Jets 20 5 6 9 26 33 -7 21 LDLWL
8 Wellington Phoenix 20 5 4 11 23 34 -11 19 LLLDL
9 Central Coast Mariners 20 5 4 11 23 38 -15 19 LWWWL
10 Adelaide United 20 3 5 12 16 37 -21 14 WLLDL


Top Scorers

Besart Berisha Melbourne Victory 16 5
Bruno Fornaroli Melbourne City 13 6
Marco Rojas Melbourne Victory 11 0
Jamie Maclaren Brisbane Roar 11 4
Roy ODonovan Central Coast Mariners 10 2
Adam Taggart Perth Glory 10 0
Alex Brosque Sydney FC 9 0
Roy Krishna Wellington Phoenix 9 1
Brendon Santalab Western Sydney Wanderers 9 0
Andrew Keogh Perth Glory 9 0
Milos Ninkovic Sydney FC 8 0
Diego Castro Perth Glory 8 3
Bobo Sydney FC 8 1
Tim Cahill Melbourne City 7 0
Andrew Nabbout Newcastle Jets 7 0



Gay football club calls for homophobic A-League fans to be banned - SBS - The World Game
SBS - The World Game
Sydney Rangers FC, Australia's first gay soccer club, have criticised Western Sydney fans involved in unfurling an inappropriate banner, saying they should be banned from A-League matches for 1-2 years for homophobia. They want to meet with members of ...
City thrash Phoenix 5-1 in A-League - The West Australian
The West Australian
Back to full strength, Melbourne City have consolidated their spot in the A-League's top four with a classy 5-1 win over the Phoenix in Wellington. Missing six players to suspension in last week's 2-2 draw with Brisbane, City stormed back against a ...and more »
Popovic bristles at A-League pressure talk - The West Australian
The West Australian
Ask under-pressure Western Sydney coach Tony Popovic if this A-League season has been tough and he'll stubbornly challenge the very definition of the word. By most standards, though, it comfortably describes the Wanderers' bind. There's last weekend's ...
Football Federation Australia finally prepared to relinquish control of A-League to clubs - Herald Sun
Herald Sun
The Herald Sun understands that A-League clubs rejected an offer of two extra congress votes, after FFA pitched an electorate rise from 10 to 17 votes with five of the extra seven going to “special interest groups” such as beach soccer and referees.
Adelaide edge out Newcastle in A-League - The West Australian
The West Australian
Adelaide United are back to winning ways with a much-needed A-League home victory against Newcastle. A spirited Adelaide United ground out a hard-fought 1-0 win over the Newcastle Jets at Coopers Stadium on Friday night thanks to a second-half ...and more »
Wanderers fans deserve fine for lewd banner - The Australian
The Australian
First things first for Steven Lowy and David Gallop. The A-League clubs are clamouring for more cash, FIFA is demanding more democracy in Australian soccer, and there's a push on for expansion. All important issues that the Football Federation ...
Reform talks between A-League owners, Football Federation Australia chiefs reach stalemate - Herald Sun
Herald Sun
A day earlier state and territory federations, who hold nine of the 10 votes in the election of the FFA board, agreed it was time for a more democratic process at the summit of Australian soccer. The A-League clubs released a joint statement Tuesday ...
City, Roar share A-League spoils - The West Australian
The West Australian
Melbourne City's second-stringers have shown their wares, earning a point with a gritty comeback to draw 2-2 with the Roar in Brisbane. Bereft of star power with seven suspensions and a further two injuries to senior players, City looked gone for all ...



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About A-League

The Austrian A-League is the top flight football league in Australia. The league was established 10 years ago and is contested by ten teams; nine which are based in Australia and one based in New Zealand. The 2014-15 season will run from October to May and will comprise of a 27-round regular season. Then the top placed teams will contest a playoff tournament which will lead to the champion being contested in a Grand Final match.

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