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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
2 Melbourne V 15 4 8 49
3 Brisbane 11 9 7 42
4 Melbourne C 11 6 10 39
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Brisbane RoarBrisbane Roar
Ulsan HyundaiUlsan Hyundai
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 By AAP

Michael Theo, Avraam Papadopoulos earn new Brisbane Roar contracts

Michael Theo
Michael Theo could become Brisbane's third-most capped player ever by next season's end.

Star goalkeeper Michael Theo has re-signed with Brisbane Roar in a boost for their next A-League campaign.

The club has also retained defender Avraam Papadopoulos' services for another 12 months after his midseason arrival early this year.

Melbourne-born Papadopoulos played seven games at centre-back during the semifinalists' 2016-17 season, providing cover for Luke De Vere and Jade North.

Theo, who's played 166 games for the Roar, could become the club's third-most capped player ever by next season's...

Tommy Oar set for €350,000 move to Cypriot club APOEL FC

Brisbane Roar's Tommy Oar
Tommy Oar has made 53 appearances over two stints with the Brisbane Roar, scoring three goals.

Tommy Oar is set for a return to Europe after Brisbane Roar agreed to sell the former Socceroo to Cypriot club APOEL FC.

It's understood Oar will fly out from Brisbane on Monday night for a medical with APOEL, who have triggered Oar's €350,000 ($A514,772) release clause and need only to reach personal terms to secure the 25-year-old for next season.

Cypriot outlet Philenews says the club, coached by Dutchman Mario Been, is "very close" to striking a deal with the left-sided winger, who has...

 By Paul Murphy

A-League winning coach Mike Mulvey lands BEC Tero Sasana job

Jason Dasey and Stanley Bernard break down JDT's AFC Cup second leg against Ceres that saw them ousted by a controversial penalty.

BEC Tero Sasana coach Mike Mulvey
Mike Mulvey will need to quickly lift BEC Tero Sasana from the fringes of the relegation zone.

Former A-League winning head coach Mike Mulvey insists that the ambition shown by the owners of Thai League (T1) side BEC Tero Sasana convinced him to take on the challenge of managing the one-time AFC Champions League (ACL) finalists.

Mulvey, who took Brisbane Roar to the A-League title in 2013, replaces Uthai Boonmoh, who was dismissed last week following a run of five games without a win. Tero sit in 10th place in T1, but recent form convinced the club's directors that action was required to...

Roar set to appeal $10,000 fine for not providing ACL officials adequate meals

Craig Johnston says there is a grass roots problem with Australian football, with not enough talent coming through.
Brisbane Roar coach John Aloisi
Brisbane Roar manager John Aloisi was sanctioned earlier in the season for not attending a post-match interview.

Brisbane Roar will appeal a hefty fine from the Asian Football Confederation for not providing "international buffet style" meals for a group of travelling Champions League match officials.

But the AFC has refuted claims from Roar managing director Mark Kingsman that they were sanctioned because the six-man delegation was unable to eat lobster twice a day, accusing the club of a lack of respect for the competition's strict regulations.

It is Brisbane's fifth such indiscretion this year alone, with...

Brisbane fined by AFC for breaking Champions League regulations

Craig Johnston says there is a grass roots problem with Australian football, with not enough talent coming through.

Thomas Kristensen
Brisbane Roar have been fined for not properly looking after AFC match officials in April.

Brisbane Roar have been fined more than AU$17,000 for breaking strict regulations around AFC Champions League matches -- including a failure to provide adequate meals to referees and match officials.

The sanctions, handed down by the Asian Football Confederation on Friday night, are for two separate breaches of protocol relating to the Roar's home clash with Japanese side Kashima Antlers at Suncorp Stadium in April.

The Roar were fined US$3,000 for letting two photographers onto the field of play...