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1   Western Sydney Wanderers 18 10 4 4 30 20 +10 34 DWWLL
2   Brisbane Roar 18 10 4 4 30 21 +9 34 WWLLD
3   Melbourne City 18 8 4 6 44 33 +11 28 LLWDW
4   Melbourne Victory 18 8 4 6 28 22 +6 28 DLWWD
5   Sydney FC 18 7 7 4 24 19 +5 28 DLLWW
6   Adelaide United 18 7 6 5 26 23 +3 27 DWWWW
7   Perth Glory 18 6 4 8 27 28 -1 22 WWWDL
Newcastle Jets 18 5 4 9 15 27 -12 19 WLLWL
Wellington Phoenix 18 4 4 10 20 32 -12 16 LLLLD
10   Central Coast Mariners 18 3 3 12 23 42 -19 12 LWLLD


Top Scorers

A-League: Regular Season
B. Fornaroli Melbourne City 15 0
B. Berisha Melbourne Victory 14 3
J. MacLaren Brisbane Roar 10 0
Diego Castro Perth Glory 9 3
H. Novillo Melbourne City 9 0
M. Bridge Western Sydney Wanderers 8 0
M. Nichols Western Sydney Wanderers 8 0
M. Trifunovic Newcastle Jets 8 3
A. Mooy Melbourne City 7 1
F. Hološko Sydney 6 0
R. Krishna Wellington Phoenix 6 1
Henrique Silva Brisbane Roar 6 2
A. Brosque Sydney 5 1
M. Carrusca Adelaide United 5 2
B. Borello Brisbane Roar 5 0
A-League: Final Stage
K. Barbarouses Melbourne Victory 1 0
B. Berisha Melbourne Victory 1 0
L. Broxham Melbourne Victory 1 0



A-League: Flares only give succour to those who would hurt soccer
Sydney Morning Herald
It's as simple as that. Those who extol the virtues of flares should realise that they alienate many supporters new to the sport, people who have grown up watching Australian football or the rugby codes, where there is no tradition of flare ripping or ...
With backs to the wall, A-League must not flinch
Sydney Morning Herald
More years ago than I care to count, after a soccer match in England, I found myself literally in a corner. From one direction, fans of the home club were advancing with noisy menace. From the other, the away fans were stampeding. The shops were ...
Rickshaws or stretchers? What do you think?
The Advertiser
But with the International Football Association Board — FIFA's law makers — convening in Cardiff next month for their annual general meeting it may be time that one of FIFA's members like Australia perhaps draw attention to a potential 'stretcher ...
Western Sydney Wanderers face stripping of A-League points due to fan behaviour
Sydney Morning Herald
A-League leaders Western Sydney Wanderers face the prospect of being stripped of competition points due to the poor behaviour of their own fans after Football Federation of Australia issued the club with a show-cause notice on Monday afternoon. In a ...
Western Sydney Wanderers forward Brendon Santalab said team shouldn't be punished for fans' antics
Sydney Morning Herald
Football Federation Australia immediately cracked down on the club and within 48 hours had issued a show cause notice, stating the club would need to prove why they shouldn't be hit with a major fine or a loss of points, as has been threatened in the ...
Former Reds leader Dodd returns home
The Advertiser
But he is now looking forward to helping young girls and boys reach the pinnacle in soccer while also taking up a guest commentary position with Fox Sports football's A-League coverage when needed. “The good thing is they (Gleeson College) has a lot of ...
TV rights: A-League takes shot at TV windfall
The Australian
David Gallop, chief executive of the FFA, has hired London-based strategic adviser Oliver & Ohlbaum to help obliterate soccer's previous four-year $160 million broadcast deal with Fox Sports Australia and SBS. O&O's clients include Europe's top-tier ...
Brisbane Roar don't want Western Sydney Wanderers' points stripped after crowd trouble
Brisbane Times
Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou has confirmed he is keeping tabs on Maclaren, who has scored 10 goals in 14 matches this season to emerge as the A-League's best Australian striker. "Not everyone is given a Socceroos cap for nothing. You've got to ...


About Australia - 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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