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  1. Berisha first A-League player to win FIFA honourRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Mercury

    BESART Berisha's FIFA 17 honour, Tony Popovic blames a red card for the Wanderers' elimination final defeat, and Melbourne City eye Perth Glory revenge. Besart Berisha has become the A-League first player to be awarded the coveted purple hero shield honour by EA Sports FIFA after reaching 100 league goals last weekend.

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  2. City can replicate Bulldogs 'dream'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 20 | The Mercury

    APRIL 16: Diego Castro of the Glory passes the ball during the round 27 A-League match between the Perth Glory and Melbourne City FC at nib Stadium on April 16, 2017 in Perth, Australia. TIM Cahill says if the Western Bulldogs can win the AFL premiership from seventh on the ladder then Melbourne City can win the A-League championship from fourth.

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  3. Jamie Maclaren's agent denies Melbourne City speculationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Sydney Morning Herald

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  4. Maclaren's agent denies Melb City linksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Yahoo!

    Jamie Maclaren's agent has denied reports the off-contract Brisbane Roar striker is set to sign for the City Football Group and be loaned back to A-League rivals Melbourne City. SBS claims the 23-year-old will follow in the footsteps of Luke Brattan and Anthony Caceres, who signed for Manchester City only to be controversially moved back to Melbourne last year.

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  5. The gamble FFA is taking with youth futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Mercury

    While no decision is yet to be announced, it has caused yet more discussion about elite youth development in Australia and the pathways provided for those set to play in youth national teams. Run out of the AIS, the program boasts recent alumni that include Socceroos Trent Sainsbury and Alex Gersbach.

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  6. Perth Glory's Rhys Williams chases A-League glory as father...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 19 | The Daily Millbury

    They're in the same time zone, but that's where the footballing similarities end for Australia international Rhys Williams and his English-born father, Eric. Rhys heads into the A-League finals this weekend, hoping to help Perth Glory knock out Tim Cahill's Melbourne City, while Eric is simply hoping to see out the month with Malaysian strugglers, Melaka United.Williams senior has watched his eldest son's ups and down in his return after 11 years in England, and even offered to bring him to the Malaysia Super League when he was on the outer with Perth coach Kenny Lowe earlier in the season.

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  7. Perth Glory's Rhys Williams chases A-League glory as father Eric battles in Malaysian Super LeagueRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 19 | The Age

    Skip to navigation Skip to content Skip to footer View text version of this page Help using this website - Accessibility statement Join today and you can easily save your favourite articles, join in the conversation and comment, plus select which news your want direct to your inbox. They're in the same time zone, but that's where the footballing similarities end for Australia international Rhys Williams and his English-born father, Eric.

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  8. Ex England boss Roy Hodgson works with Melbourne CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 19 | Daily Mail

    Roy Hodgson back on training pitch 296 days after England's shock exit at Euro 2016 as he spends time in advisory role with Melbourne City 296 days after leading to England to one of their most ignominious defeats at the hands of international minnows Iceland, former England manager Roy Hodgson was back on a training pitch. Hodgson watched on and greeted Melbourne City players as they went through their paces in a training session at the City Football Academy in Australia on Tuesday.

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  9. Broich bombshell: Legend spills beans on futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 18 | The Mercury

    The former Borussia Monchengladbach player revealed to News Corp Australia he will leave the club after they couldn't guarantee him a new deal. "He said at this point he didn't know whether he could offer me a new deal and how much he could offer me, so it left me in a really uncertain position," Broich told The Courier Mail.

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  10. Melbourne City's Asian Champions League hopes hang by a threadRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 16 | The Daily Millbury

    The City Football Group has invested millions of dollars to transform Melbourne City into an A-League powerhouse.Their spending - a reported wage bill of around $9 million this season largely because of the investment in Tim Cahill - was also driven by their desire to become a regular contender in the Asian Champions League. Perth win remarkable fixture A record seven goals were scored in the second half as Perth beat Melbourne City 5-4.

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  11. Perth Glory's bold pitch to woo Tim Cahill revealedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 14 | Yahoo!

    Perth Glory's audacious bid to recruit Socceroos hero Tim Cahill to spearhead their championship tilt this season has been revealed. As Glory plot to contain the brilliance of Cahill in tomorrow's match against Melbourne City at nib Stadium, the club has opened up on the exclusive details of its pitch to woo the biggest name in Australian soccer.

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  12. City gunning for A-League, Asian GloryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 14 | Yahoo!

    Coach Michael Valkanis says Melbourne City will confront Perth Glory motivated by the chance to play in Asia for the first time in the A-League club's history. Third place is on the line when City confront Perth Glory on Sunday evening, and with it a qualifying place in next season's Asian Champions League.

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  13. Mystery man who taught Cahill to flyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 13 | The Mercury

    HE'S scored many spectacular goals, but even in a storied career such as Tim Cahill's, last week's header against Adelaide United was a little bit special. Yet Cahill's ability to guide the ball past Eugene Galekovic from a seemingly impossible angle didn't just come about by accident.

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  14. Charlton Athletic owner Roland Duchatelet ready to sell upRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 12 | Daily Mail

    De Gea should forget about his future until end of the season, insists Mourinho as Real Madrid target unsettled star May 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18... then the final day! Premier League goes crazy with TV matches for run-in Who should stay and who must go in the Barcelona cull? As giants hit the crossroads, here's our verdict Rooney has not travelled for United's Europa League tie due to a 'bad feeling' in his ankle, Mourinho reveals Real Madrid star Morata predicts he will play for Conte 'sooner or later' after revealing calls with Chelsea and Spurs Dortmund arrive for Monaco tie with huge police escort as armed officers line up outside Signal Iduna Park after blast and players and fans pay tribute to Bartra Simeone's style and character is suited to England - it would be a shame should he never work in the Premier League Alonso to SKIP Monaco Grand Prix in favour of Indy 500... with ... (more)

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  15. Australian football: round 26 reviewRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 9 | Xinhuanet

    Round 26 in Australia's A-League kicked off on Friday when Melbourne City overcame Adelaide United 1-0 at home. Although Adelaide looked sharp and fought very hard, a Tim Cahill header in the first half was enough to edge out the visitors.

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  16. Broich to Maclaren: Take a leap of faithRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 7 | The Mercury

    BRISBANE Roar marquee man Thomas Broich has urged in-form teammate Jamie Maclaren to take a "leap of faith" by moving to an overseas club. Heading into the Roar's away clash on Saturday night against his former club Perth Glory, Maclaren is in special form, having netted 10 goals in his past seven A-League games.

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  17. Tony Popovic not interested in replacing Ange Postecoglou as next Socceroos coachRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 6 | The Age

    The timing would be perfect for Tony Popovic to take the top job in Australian football but the Western Sydney Wanderers coach has no intention of replacing out-bound Ange Postecoglou as the next coach of the Socceroos. The Asian Champions League-winning coach will come off contract at the end of next season, just one month before Postecoglou is set to vacate his post with the national team after publicly revealing he will not remain in charge of Australia beyond the 2018 World Cup, should they qualify for Russia.

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  18. Ref still haunted by Roo World Cup nightmareRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 6 | The Mercury

    When Croatia played the Socceroos in a gripping group game in Stuttgart vying to progress to the tournament's knockout stages, the tension spilled over when referee Graham Poll failed to send Australian born Croatia defender Josip Simunic off after a second yellow card. Stroud disallowed a Matt Ritchie penalty for a teammate encroaching into the box, but instead of issuing a re-take, he awarded a free-kick to Burton.

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  19. Does the arrival of video assisted referees in the A-League signal the death of the villain?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 6 | Sydney Morning Herald

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  20. 'I'm always confident' - Cahill backs Postecoglou to secure World Cup berthRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 4 | Goal.com

    Australia's all-time leading scorer has backed the Socceroos' boss to steer his team to Russia 2018 despite increasing criticism Tim Cahill has indicated the Socceroos and coach Ange Postecoglou produce their best when critics write them off, with the veteran forward insisting he's confident Australia will qualify for the 2018 World Cup.

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