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16 years ago

Expansion Gets Go Ahead

The entry of two new teams to the Hyundai A-League for the 2009-10 season was confirmed by the Board of Football Federation Australia (FFA) yesterday. Teams from the Gold Coast and Townsville will expand the Hyundai A-League to a ten...
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16 years ago

Mitchell: No animosity to Colosimo

Perth Glory coach Dave Mitchell believes Simon Colosimo’s move to Sydney FC was a positive for both the club and player. Perth Glory coach Dave Mitchell believes Simon Colosimo’s move to Sydney FC was a positive for both the club...
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16 years ago

Reds leave Alemao out

Adelaide defender Alemao is the unlucky foreigner to miss out on selection in the club’s AFC Champions League squad to face Japan’s Kashima Antlers next month. Adelaide defender Alemao is the unlucky foreigner to miss out on selection in the...
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16 years ago

Cole’s star rising

Shannon Cole has become the Hyundai A-League’s hottest new kid on the block. Shannon Cole’s next door neighbour can see a large pay day coming. Years of wear and tear on his fence – not to mention the countless wayward...
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16 years ago

CC welcomes back stars

The Central Coast Mariners’ quest for their first win of the Hyundai A-League season will be boosted by the return of two star players on Sunday. The Central Coast Mariners’ quest for their first win of the Hyundai A-League season...
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16 years ago

The Hyundai A-League turns three

The Hyundai A-League turns three today. In the past three years of the born again premier domestic football competition just on 3.8 million people have attended a Hyundai A-League game. The first Hyundai A-League match took place on 26 August...
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16 years ago

Merrick’s welcome headache

Melbourne coach Ernie Merrick may need to find room in his in-form outfit for three returning stars as Victory readies for a Hyundai A-League ‘Dome-coming’. Melbourne coach Ernie Merrick may need to find room in his in-form outfit for three...
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16 years ago

No reason for Roar to panic

Queensland Roar coach Frank Farina isn’t concerned by his side’s inability to get results but admits Sunday’s 1-1 draw with Adelaide United showed the importance of being able to kill off games. Queensland Roar coach Frank Farina isn’t concerned by...
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16 years ago

Phoenix stinging in the rain

An error-strewn display from the Wellington Phoenix cost them three points against an impressive Melbourne Victory side in the Hyundai A-League on Sunday night, as the Australian side took out the match 4-2. An error-strewn display from the Wellington Phoenix...
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16 years ago

Adelaide, Roar play out 1-1 draw

Adelaide United has held Queensland Roar to a 1-1 draw at Suncorp Stadium in the Hyundai A-League – despite the home side dominating the second half. Adelaide United has held Queensland Roar to a 1-1 draw at Suncorp Stadium in...
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16 years ago

Clinical Victory blasts past Phoenix

Melbourne has notched its first win of the Hyundai A-League season, prevailing 4-2 in a six-goal thriller against Wellington Phoenix at Westpac Stadium. Melbourne has notched its first win of the Hyundai A-League season, prevailing 4-2 in a six-goal thriller...
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16 years ago

Fun night out for Sydney

Sydney FC coach John Kosmina said he had ‘fun’ watching his team score its first win of the Hyundai A-League season against the Central Coast Mariners at Gosford. Sydney FC coach John Kosmina said he had ‘fun’ watching his team...