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James Holland's move from Adelaide United to China on hold

Adelaide United's James Holland
James Holland is supposed to play in the Chinese Super League for Lianing Whowin.

James Holland's transfer from Adelaide United to Liaoning Whowin is in limbo due to the new rule changes that could threaten the careers of Australian players in China.

The Chinese Football Association has announced a new ruling that limits the number of foreign players that each Chinese Super League team are permitted to field in each match to three.

Currently teams are allowed to sign up to four foreigners -- as well as one player from another Asian nation, in what is known as the 4+1 rule --...

Perth Glory captain Rostyn Griffiths facing lengthy ban for referee abuse

Royston Griffiths leaves the field after being sent off.
Rostyn Griffiths will face a longer ban after abusing the referee in Newcastle.

Perth Glory captain Rostyn Griffiths faces several weeks on the A-League sidelines for his second-half brain snap in Newcastle.

Griffiths was shown a second yellow card for a challenge on Devante Clut late in Sunday's absorbing 2-2 draw with the Jets at McDonald Jones Stadium.

But referee Stephen Lucas was quick to issue a straight red after copping a retaliatory earful from the angry midfielder.

It means Griffiths will almost certainly miss Saturday's vital home clash with Melbourne Victory and...

Mark Jones rallies Newcastle Jets troops after draw with Perth Glory

Newcastle Jets coach Mark Jones
Mark Jones wants his side to build on the 2-2 draw against the Perth Glory.

More unnecessary goals were leaked, but Newcastle Jets coach Mark Jones will take the point against the Perth Glory if it hauls his A-League side closer to finals football.

Sunday's 2-2 draw did no huge favours for either the fifth-placed Glory and sixth-placed Jets, but it at least firmed up their positions to stay in striking distance of fourth-placed Brisbane.

For the Jets, who sit two points ahead of chasing Wellington Phoenix, the end-to-end affair was another mixture of promising attack and...

Newcastle Jets supporters unhurt in stadium fence collapse

Newcastle Jets fans escaped unhurt after a fence collapsed at the McDonald Jones Stadium.

Newcastle Jets fans have escaped serious injury after being crushed on top of each other when a McDonald Jones Stadium fence broke during an A-League goal celebration.

The concerning incident occurred right on halftime in Sunday's 2-2 draw with the Perth Glory, when Jets winger Andrew Nabbout scored to take a 2-1 lead and raced over to celebrate with active supporter base The Squadron.

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But the separating fence collapsed under the weight of enthusiastic fans, with some worryingly trapped underneath...

Western Sydney's Tony Popovic angered by match officials yet again

Western Sydney Wanderers coach Tony Popovic
Tony Popovic has had another go at the match officials.

Tony Popovic has again slammed A-League match officials after his Western Sydney Wanderers side were denied a game-changing penalty against Sydney FC in Saturday's A-League derby.

The Wanderers expected a spot-kick 20 minutes into Saturday night's goalless draw, when Nicolas Martinez's shot struck the arm of Sydney defender Michael Zullo inside the penalty box and deflected out of play.

Popovic was livid on the sideline as referee Peter Green gave the Sky Blues a goal kick instead of awarding the...