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Wanderers face another squad overhaul as players seek moves

Wanderers face another squad overhaul as players seek moves

Off-contract Western Sydney Wanderers players have begun approaching clubs directly to seek moves for next season.

  • by Dominic Bossi

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Perth Glory maestro Castro 'on another A-League level'
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Perth Glory maestro Castro 'on another A-League level'

Coach Tony Popovic is working miracles, the star-studded squad is firing, but does old stalwart Diego Castro hold the key to Perth's A-League title chances?

  • by staff writers
Former Victory assistant Davies relishing the challenge in Brisbane
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Former Victory assistant Davies relishing the challenge in Brisbane

Darren Davies knows Kevin Muscat's game plan well, having been his assistant for several seasons. Now in charge at Roar, he is plotting Victory's downfall

  • by Michael Lynch
'A-League referees not good enough': Wanderers coach Babbel blasts FFA
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'A-League referees not good enough': Wanderers coach Babbel blasts FFA

Western Sydney Wanderers coach Markus Babbel accuses the Football Federation Australia hierarchy of being "blind" to poor refereeing in the A-League.

  • by Justin Chadwick
De Jong, Redmayne magic helps Sydney FC clinch victory over Adelaide
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De Jong, Redmayne magic helps Sydney FC clinch victory over Adelaide

A brilliant free kick by marquee Siem de Jong and a stunning save by Andrew Redmayne helped Sydney to their third successive win at Kogarah.

  • by Dominic Bossi
Is the A-League top six already set with half a season remaining?

Is the A-League top six already set with half a season remaining?

The gap between the sixth and seventh placed sides in the A-League is already more than two games, leading to concerns that the finals spots are already set.

  • by Michael Lynch
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Wanderers' Patrick Ziegler declares he wants to play for Australia
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Wanderers' Patrick Ziegler declares he wants to play for Australia

Western Sydney's German-born defender is set to receive his Australian citizenship this year and has set his sights on a Socceroos jersey.

  • by Dominic Bossi
Rise of Asian Cup minnows points way forward for the A-League
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Rise of Asian Cup minnows points way forward for the A-League

The success of India, Vietnam, Iraq, Thailand and China shows the A-League can no longer ignore the rising strength of Asian football.

  • by Dominic Bossi
Western Melbourne sign first assistant coach

Western Melbourne sign first assistant coach

John Anastasiadis, who has enjoyed great success with Bentleigh Greens, will now get the chance to step up to A-League level with Western Melbourne.

  • by Michael Lynch
Popovic's double-edged praise highlights Sydney FC's predictability
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Popovic's double-edged praise highlights Sydney FC's predictability

After his side beat the Sky Blues 3-1 on Wednesday night, Perth Glory coach Tony Popovic declared that Sydney FC hadn't changed much in three or four years.

  • by Dominic Bossi
Injured Iran star shows hand fracture is no excuse for Tom Rogic
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Injured Iran star shows hand fracture is no excuse for Tom Rogic

A day after a hand fracture was seen as an excuse for Rogic's performance against Jordan, Iran star Ashkan Dejagah dazzled with a heavily sprained wrist.

  • by Dominic Bossi & Vince Rugari