Posts Tagged "Asian Champions League"

Match result Sydney FC have put in an improved performance in their second Asian Champions League match of 2018, earning a 2-2 draw away from home with Shanghai Shenhua.

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Shanghai East Asia are set to meet the Melbourne Victory at Shanghai Stadium in China in a Matchday 2 fixture of the Asian Champions League. Join The Roar for live scores and commentary from 11pm (AEDT).

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Sydney FC will begin their long-awaited Asian Champions League campaign against the Suwon Bluewings at Allianz Stadium. Join The Roar for live scores and commentary from 7:30pm (AEDT).

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Sydney FC are having a good season but have had a few below-average performances throughout.

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The Melbourne Victory begins its Asian Cup campaign with a clash against Ulsan Hyundai at AAMI Park. Join The Roar for live scores and commentary from 7:30pm (AEDT).

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Sydney FC are good enough to win the AFC Champions League, but to do so they’ll need plenty of things to go their way – including in the A-League.

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Watching the Roar’s number come up in the early qualifying rounds of the AFC Champions League on Tuesday night – or, rather, peel off and come fluttering down, a sickly image of the club’s general state – the extent to which the A-League is relying on Sydney FC became even more apparent. 

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Craig Moore has taken the fall for Brisbane Roar’s embarrassing jersey dramas during their shock 3-2 AFC Champions League play-off defeat to Filipino side Ceres-Negros.

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Brisbane coach John Aloisi believes the Asian Champions League qualifiers have arrived at the right time as an understrength Roar attempt to turn their A-League season around and push for the finals.

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Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold is confident his side can maintain their high level while also juggling the demands of the AFC Champions League (ACL).

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The A-League needs to be more exciting: that is the message from a lot of diehard football fans Down Inder and also, more importantly, from fringe football fans.

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This season’s Sydney FC team will long be celebrated as one of the most successful sides in A-League history. But spare a thought for Brisbane Roar and Melbourne City.

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It’s top against bottom in Group E as Muangthong United look to book their spot in the Round of 16 of the Asian Champions League when they host a struggling Brisbane Roar. Catch all the live scores, highlights and action on The Roar from 10:30pm (AEST).

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The Western Sydney Wanderers are on the brink of elimination in the Asian Champions League as they face a Urawa Red Diamonds side looking to lock in their passage to the next round. Catch all the live scores, highlights and action on The Roar from 8:30pm (AEST).

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Adelaide United are looking to hang on to their Asian Champions League finals spot as they make the trip to the last-placed Gamba Osaka. Catch all the live scores, highlights and action on The Roar from 8pm (AEST).

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Brisbane Roar coach John Aloisi has held up the performance of young midfielder Joe Caletti in his side’s 2-1 victory against Kashima Antlers as evidence that Australian football is still producing top-quality young talent.

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The Western Sydney Wanderers will be trying to keep their Asian Champions League campaign alive when they do battle with a winless FC Seoul. Catch all the live scores, highlights and action on The Roar from 8pm (AEST).

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Football Federation Australia may be in danger of losing the dressing room, but the fact is the game itself is still more important than the problems off the pitch.

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Adelaide United were unlucky not to notch up their first points in their 2017 AFC Champions League campaign tonight, going down to Chinese side Jiangsu Suning 2-1 at a cold and windy Olympic Stadium in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, China, in front of 44,033 people.

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Tony Popovic insists Western Sydney controlled large sections of their first-half downfall in Tuesday’s 5-1 Asian Champions League thrashing but were undone by Shanghai SIPG’s star foreign legion.

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