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Bruno Fornaroli of Melbourne City. (Photo by Kelly Defina/Getty Images)

Melbourne-City-FC-logo-badge-crest-600wMelbourne City were introduced into the A-League for season 2010-11 as a rival club for Melbourne Victory, although they were originally known as Melbourne Heart.

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City had an up-and-down season in 2017-18, although the long undefeated runs outnumbered the winless streaks as the club finished in third position. After accounting for Brisbane Roar in their elimination final, they suffered a 2-1 loss to the Newcastle Jets in the semi-finals.

While the loss of Daniel Arzani will hurt, a steady stream of promising young local talent is likely to see Melbourne City stay at the top end of the ladder for another season.

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Coach: Warren Joyce
Captain: Scott Jamieson
2017-18 finish: 4th (3rd before finals)
2017-18 top scorer: Ross McCormack (14 goals)
Championships: 0

2018-19 squad:
Mark Birighitti, Ritchie de Laet, Scott Jamieson, Harrison Delbridge, Bart Schenkeveld, Osama Malik, Rostyn Griffiths, Riley McGree, Dario Vidosic, Nathaniel Atkinson, Kearyn Baccus, Eugene Galekovic, Lachlan Wales, Ramy Najjarine, Curtis Good, Bruno Fornaroli, Iacopo La Rocca, Luke Brattan, Florin Berenguer, Moudi Najjar, Connor Metcalfe, Dylan Pierias, Gianluca Iannucci, Joshua Cavallo, James Delianov, Lucas Portelli, Mitchell Graham, Idris Abdulahi, Sebastian Kis

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