Australian A-League

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1   Brisbane Roar 27 16 4 7 43 25 +18 52
2   Western Sydney Wanderers 27 11 9 7 34 29 +5 42
3   Central Coast Mariners 27 12 6 9 33 36 -3 42
4 Melbourne Victory 27 11 8 8 42 43 -1 41
5 Sydney 27 12 3 12 40 38 +2 39
6 Adelaide United 27 10 8 9 45 36 +9 38
7   Newcastle Jets 27 10 6 11 34 34 +0 36
8   Perth Glory 27 7 7 13 28 37 -9 28
9   Wellington Phoenix 27 7 7 13 36 51 -15 28
10   Melbourne Heart 27 6 8 13 36 42 -6 26


Top Scorers

A-League: Regular Season
A. Taggart Newcastle Jets 16 1
J. Troisi Melbourne Victory 12 1
D. Williams Melbourne Heart 12 3
B. Berisha Brisbane Roar 11 1
A. Del Piero Sydney 10 5
S. Huysegems Wellington Phoenix 10 0
Fábio Ferreira Adelaide United 9 0
J. Neumann Adelaide United 9 0
Cirio Adelaide United 8 1
T. Juric Western Sydney Wanderers 8 0
Guilherme Melbourne Victory 8 1
A. Thompson Melbourne Victory 8 0
K. Cunningham Wellington Phoenix 7 0
C. Hernandez Wellington Phoenix 7 4
M. Carrusca Adelaide United 6 1
A-League: Final Stage
B. Ibini-Isei Central Coast Mariners 1 0
Guilherme Melbourne Victory 1 0
S. Ryall Sydney 1 0
A. Thompson Melbourne Victory 1 0



Del Piero touted as possible coach for Sydney FC
The San Luis Obispo Tribune
FILE - In this Oct. 20, 2012 file photo, Sydney FC player Alessandro Del Piero celebrates after scoring a goal against Western Sydney Wanderers during their A-league soccer match in Sydney, Australia. A vacancy at Sydney FC may have given former ...
A-League elimination final: Victory top Sydney 2-1
News & Observer
MELBOURNE, Australia — Brazilian midfielder Gui Finkler's goal two minutes into injury time gave the Melbourne Victory a 2-1 win over Sydney FC in an A-League elimination final on Friday. Archie Thompson opened the scoring for Melbourne in the 19th ...
Soccer-Australia's Kewell bows out with A-League loss
... appearances for Australia, had signed a one-year deal with Heart with the hope of playing in a third World Cup tournament, but announced his retirement from all football last month after spending much of the 2013-14 A-League season sidelined by injury.
Football for All
Roads and Kingdoms (blog)
In 2005, the A-League kicked off in Australia as the country's new top-flight soccer tournament. The ten-team competition is not unlike Major League Soccer in the United States, with franchises scattered across the expanse of the country. Just as MLS ...
Berisha fires up Roar for A-League semi
The West Australian
But it seems extrovert striker Besart Berisha has made sure complacency won't be an issue for the minor premiers in Sunday's sudden death semi-final with the Melbourne Victory at Suncorp Stadium. No shrinking violet at the best of times, Berisha is ...
Jailed soccer match-fixer to be deported on release
The Age
... Bourke said the offending also betrayed the honesty and dedication of players and officials in sporting clubs across Australia, and compromised the integrity of competitions such as the VPL, a second-tier soccer competition behind the national A ...
Newcastle Jets target Graham Arnold as new A-League coach
The Age
''There is not an abundance of jobs here in Australia,'' he said. ''I wouldn't be the first coach to coach at a rival club. ''I'm sure the Mariners supporters would appreciate that situation as would the Newcastle supporters. ''It is not at that point ...
Irfan under pressure
New Straits Times
If everything goes well, the training squad will head to Australia in July for a series of matches against A-League teams for 10 days. “My training squad will include between 10 and 15 players from local clubs apart from Tigers A members,” said Kim Swee.
A-League finals schedule 'absolutely ludicrous', says Central Coast Mariners ...
Sydney Morning Herald
Central Coast Mariners owner Mike Charlesworth has labelled Football Federation Australia's decision to schedule his club's semi-final against Western Sydney Wanderers less than three days after a match in Japan as “absolutely ludicrous”. Following ...
International rules is a mongrel way to test footy's pedigree
Daily Advertiser
I remember the thrill when I was invited to a league try-out camp for the South-West Gippsland under-14s. I felt out of my depth, and it turned out I was, given the flick at ... Cricket, like English soccer, has a hierarchy from pub hacks to Ashes ...

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