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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
4 Melbourne V 8 4 6 28
5 Sydney FC 7 7 4 28
6 Adelaide Utd 7 6 5 27
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Sydney FC battle back to hold Adelaide United

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Adelaide United and Sydney FC shared the spoils.

Adelaide United's unbeaten run continued as they drew 2-2 with Sydney FC in the A-League.

United rested a number of regular starters with half an eye on Tuesday's Asian Champions League fixture against Shandong Luneng, but the changes did not seem to hamper the home side and they took the lead after just two minutes.

There was a touch of fortune about the goal, with a clearance cannoning back off the shins of Sergio Cirio to flash past the goalkeeper, but it was a deserved lead for the division's...

 By Rob Brooks

From Jets to Sydney for Carney as Garcia looks for more A-League goals

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson preview Round 18 in the Australia A-League, and discuss David Carney's move to Sydney FC.

January saw a flurry of player movement between A-League clubs.

As the teams prepare for round 18 to kick-off, here are five thoughts on the winners and losers of the transfer window:

1. Jets and City lighten the load

The two clubs, who saw last-minute action during the transfer window, will face-off in the final match of the round on Sunday. Newcastle Jets released David Carney to join Sydney FC, hours before the window closed, as Melbourne City did the same for midfielder Erik Paartalu.

Jets...

Newcastle's David Carney returns home to Sydney FC in A-League

David Carney has re-joined Sydney FC from Newcastle Jets.

Former Socceroo David Carney has re-joined Sydney FC from A-League rivals Newcastle Jets.

Carney, 32, was part of Sydney's inaugural championship win in the 2005-06 season, scoring seven goals in 38 appearances between 2005 to 2007.

Having spent a large part of his career across various European leagues and also Major League Soccer with the New York Red Bulls, Carney returned to Australia in 2014 to sign for the Jets.

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Carney will join the squad immediately and will be available for Sydney's trip...

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A-League: Perth Glory win five-goal thriller; Maclaren boosts Brisbane

Perth Glory's Diego Castro
Diego Castro scored Perth's winner from the spot.

Perth Glory scored a late penalty as Melbourne Victory saw their five-game unbeaten run ended in a 3-2 thriller at nib Stadium.

Home side Perth were 2-0 up inside half an hour as Andy Keogh took advantage of a defensive error before Diego Castro tucked away a rebound.

Besart Berisha struck either side of the break to put the match back on even terms before Victory went down to 10 men when Fahid Ben Khalfallah was sent off for kicking out at Shane Lowry.

But Castro secured the points from the spot...