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It boggles the mind that this issue is still taking up column inches.

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The linesman’s decision went his team’s way but Central Coast coach Phil Moss remains a strong advocate for the introduction of technology in the A-League to assist referees.

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A Terry Antonis winner has handed a 10-man Sydney FC victory over Western Sydney in a 4-3 blockbuster derby.

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Perth Glory entertain Brisbane Roar at home on Saturday as the A-League title race hots up. Join The Roar for live scores and commentary from nib Stadium from 9.30pm (AEDT).

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Wanderers by name, Wanderers by nature. Tony Popovic’s side arrive back in Sydney Friday morning with a morale boosting win under their belts to face a Sydney FC side eager to extend their unbeaten streak to seven games. Join The Roar for live scores and commentary from 7.30pm (AEDT) to find out who will take […]

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The Newcastle Jets and Central Coast Mariners will both be desperate for a win when they descend on Hunter Stadium for the F3 Derby on Saturday afternoon. You can follow live scores of the match from 5:00pm (AEDT) and leave your thoughts in the comments below.

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Adelaide United are just two points away from first place in the A-League ahead of their Friday night clash with Melbourne City, who are striving for a spot in the top six. Join The Roar for live scores and commentary from 7:15pm (AEDT).

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Marco Bresciano, up there with the most technically gifted Australians to pull on a Socceroos jersey, has recently announced his international retirement, less than a month after winning the Asian Cup.

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The English Premier League is one of the most fascinating and enjoyable football leagues on the planet. It attracts some of the world’s best players and now has some of the biggest clubs in Europe. But is this ruining the English national team?

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Melbourne City’s barren run in front of goal has stretched to three games in succession, but coach John van’t Schip isn’t panicking just yet.

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Western Sydney now have an upset over fierce rivals Sydney FC in their sights having begun their Asian Champions League defence with a shock win over Japanese giants Kashima Antlers.

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Tony Popovic has struggled this season to get the Western Sydney Wanderers playing proactively. But last night, by playing Japanese playmaker Yujiro Takahagi deeper in midfield as one of his two holding midfielders, the Wanderers arguably looked the best they have this season.

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I woke to the muffled sounds of an irritating phone alarm on Wednesday, totally oblivious to the significant news around Australian football that would evolve throughout the day.

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Arguably the key to sporting data when determining the size and growth rates are: crowds, TV ratings, social media and direct net hits. My understanding is that there is a direct correlation between media coverage, crowds and ratings, and the more the better is obvious.

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Brilliant, humble, a team player. Mark Bresicano has called time on his international football career and will be remembered as one of the Australia’s greatest footballers.

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With the 2022 Qatar World Cup seemingly all but assured of being moved from mid year to November-December, it’s going to be interesting to see if there will be a long-term impact on the governance of the sport.

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It’s that beautiful time of year for football fans, that time of year when the end of the A-League season clashes with the start of the National Premier Leagues season.

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FFA chief David Gallop hopes Mark Bresciano will finish his career in the A-League after the midfielder announced his retirement from international football.

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Mark Bresciano indicated he won’t finish his career in the A-League with the former Socceroos midfielder admitting he’d be reluctant to play on when he’s past his best.

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Western Sydney have defied all expectations to open their Asian Champions League defence with a 3-1 victory over Japanese giants Kashima Antlers.

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