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1 Sydney FC 16 12 4 0 36 7 +29 40 WDWWW
2 Melbourne Victory 16 10 2 4 36 21 +15 32 LLWWW
3 Melbourne City 16 7 5 4 26 21 +5 26 WLWDD
4 Brisbane Roar 16 6 6 4 21 20 +1 24 WLLLD
5 Perth Glory 16 5 6 5 28 31 -3 21 WDWDD
6 Wellington Phoenix 16 5 3 8 18 21 -3 18 LWWLD
7 Western Sydney Wanderers 16 3 9 4 19 24 -5 18 WDLDD
8 Newcastle Jets 16 4 5 7 22 28 -6 17 LDWLD
9 Adelaide United 16 2 4 10 12 28 -16 10 LWLDL
10 Central Coast Mariners 16 2 4 10 17 34 -17 10 LLLDL


Top Scorers

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



Transfer window open, but A-League a better option for many Australian players - The Sydney Morning Herald
The Sydney Morning Herald
The football world is once again open for business, but nearly 40 years after Australians first started to leave our shores in decent numbers, it seems the world is less interested in our players than ever before. Thank heaven, then, for the A-League ...and more »
Kevin Muscat believes Victory can catch Sydney in A-League title race - The Sydney Morning Herald
The Sydney Morning Herald
Three games in seven days with trips to Wellington and Perth thrown in for good measure. Surely that takes its toll on players' physical and mental strength? Not so, says Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat, as he looks to galvanise his team for ...
'Self-interest' of A-League clubs affecting the development of Olyroos - The Canberra Times
The Canberra Times
Has self-interest from A-League clubs landed a blow to the development of Australia's best young players? That's certainly the sentiment within the national team set-up. A-League coaches and chairmen lauded the Olyroos' withdrawal from an invitational ...and more »
Robbie Keane reveals he will sign for a club in the UK while son Robbie Jnr steals show by dabbing on Soccer AM - The Irish Sun
The Irish Sun
Keane attracted interest from Australian A-League sides and Major League Soccer clubs but it looks like he wants to be closer to home. Grayson told BBC Radio Lancashire: “If Robbie Keane is available then he is a player that is going to attract a lot ...and more »
Australia and China diverge on soccer's 'Asian quota' - Nikkei Asian Review
Nikkei Asian Review
But Griffin believes that the decision was not made for soccer reasons. "We are the most Asian-centric club in Australia, but this is designed to curry favor with the AFC," he said. Simon Hill, an experienced television commentator on the A-League for ...and more »
Channel 10 and Fox Sports edge closer to a partnership for A-League TV rights - The Sydney Morning Herald
The Sydney Morning Herald
Should neither Channel Nine nor Channel Seven purchase the free-to-air component of the A-League television rights from Football Federation Australia, Fox Sports will ensure the competition reaches a free-to-air audience by screening games on Channel ...and more »
A-League: Dramatic drop in Melbourne flare use pleases police, soccer authorities - Herald Sun
Herald Sun
Football Federation Australia and Victoria Police have praised the behaviour of A-League crowds this season. In a win for most fans who behave, not one flare has been ignited at a Melbourne match since mid-October. Police have detected four flares so ...
Jordy Buis' move to Sydney FC shows A-League clubs advantage in the transfer market - The Sydney Morning Herald
The Sydney Morning Herald
What is promised and what is delivered in football don't often match, but Sydney FC's signing of Jordy Buijs illustrates how Australia's enforcement of contractual obligations gives A-League clubs a competitive advantage in world football's transfer ...and more »



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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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