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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. 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



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.
A-League academies a great step forward for Australian football
Sydney Morning Herald
We are close to seeing A-League academies and an intensely competitive market for talent, with the consequent investment that accompanies sporting ambition and the quest for Australian, and Asian, success. With a limit on foreign players that is set to ...
Heart seek new sky blue A-League phase
The West Australian
Heart seek new sky blue A-League phase. AAP. Ben McKay April 15, 2014, ... Chairman Scott Barlow has written to Football Federation Australia (FFA), the arbiters of any colour change, arguing the colour is "central to our identity". It's understood the ...
Graham Arnold back on A-League radar after walking away from Vegalta Sendai
Sydney Morning Herald
Fairfax Media understands that contrary to initial media reports from Japan, Arnold was not sacked by the club despite their poor start to the season and it was the Australian coach who raised concerns with the club. Vegalta Sendai announced Arnold ...
PROFILE: Archie Thompson takes time out
Macedon Ranges Weekly - Sunbury Weekly
One of Australian soccer's biggest names, the Melbourne Victory marquee player says he enjoys the serenity and friendliness of the suburb. He and wife Emmy made a snap decision to move to Wyndham after Thompson signed on with Melbourne Victory for ...
Delighted Muscat hails Victory showing
The West Australian
Injuries, unavailability and demanding travel for both the A-League and ACL have savaged Muscat's side in recent weeks. And it's worth remembering Muscat is not yet six months into his coaching career. The rookie coach said those factors fed into the ...
Soccer-Del Piero could join A-League farewells on final weekend
Sydney need a point against cellar dwellers Perth to secure one of the six places in the playoffs, which decide the league champions in the tradition of Australian sport. Brisbane Roar have already secured top spot in the regular season standings and ...
Sydney FC in blue over new Melbourne Heart colours
Sydney Morning Herald
Sydney FC have lodged a formal complaint to Football Federation Australia in response to an application from Melbourne Heart's new owners to rebrand the A-League team as a franchise of Manchester City, including a change of their playing strip from red ...
Star's gesture a win for club
Perth Glory soccer star William Gallas and ME Bank WA state manager Drew Healey, presenting Forrestfield United Soccer Club president Carlos Mendes with a cheque for $1000. A FRIENDLY ... The nomination was sent to a panel of judges who put him forward ...
Harry Kewell retires following final appearance for Melbourne Heart
... to the player voted Australia's greatest, but they couldn't help their team avoid victory. Heart were left with the A-League wooden spoon at the end of a rollercoaster season, as Wanderers picked up the win they needed to secure second spot in the ...

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