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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
6 Brisbane 10 5 12 35
7 Western Sydn 8 9 10 33
8 Perth Glory 10 2 15 32
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Western Sydney WanderersWestern Sydney Wanderers
Adelaide UnitedAdelaide United
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Brisbane RoarBrisbane Roar
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Melbourne VictoryMelbourne Victory
Western Sydney WanderersWestern Sydney Wanderers
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Melbourne City FCMelbourne City FC
Western Sydney WanderersWestern Sydney Wanderers
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Wellington Phoenix FCWellington Phoenix FC
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Perth GloryPerth Glory
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Western Sydney WanderersWestern Sydney Wanderers
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 By AAP

Ex-Western Sydney captain Robbie Cornthwaite: Players unhappy under Gombau

The Wanderers needed a win to advance but came away empty handed after 3-2 defeat at home.

Former Western Sydney captain Robbie Cornthwaite has delivered a biting assessment of Josep Gombau's A-League coaching tenure, saying the Wanderers had been right to sack him.

Cornthwaite, who left the Wanderers in January for Malaysian outfit Perak, said the players weren't happy under Gombau and he criticised the Spaniard's playing style.

"Obviously, it's not nice for anyone to get the sack and, obviously, there were a lot of things that happened surrounding that," he posted in a video published...

 By AAP

Western Sydney Wanderers sack manager Josep Gombau after missing finals

The Wanderers needed a win to advance but came away empty handed after 3-2 defeat at home.

Western Sydney coach Josep Gombau has been sacked less than six months into his three-year A-League contract.

It's understood chief executive John Tsatsimas told Gombau the news on Thursday morning, four days after the Wanderers failed to make the finals in his first season in charge.

A short club statement said the call had been made "following a review of the season," one massively disappointing considering the strength of the squad on paper.

It now faces the critical decision of installing a...

 By AAP

No player unrest at Western Sydney Wanderers - Josep Gombau

The Wanderers needed a win to advance but came away empty handed after 3-2 defeat at home.

Western Sydney coach Josep Gombau has played down rumours of dressing room unrest, after the club missed the A-League finals for only the second time in their history.

Wanderers had the chance to secure the sixth and last finals place with a win on on Sunday, but lost 3-2 at home to fifth-placed Adelaide United.

It brought the curtain down on the most inconsistent season in the young club's six-year history and will inevitably spark speculation about the future of Spanish coach.

Foundation coach...

 By AAP

Wanderers loss to Adelaide sees Roar claim last A-League finals spot

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The Wanderers needed a win to advance but came away empty handed after 3-2 defeat at home.

The Brisbane Roar have claimed the sixth and last A-League finals spot after the Western Sydney Wanderers suffered a dramatic 3-2 home loss to Adelaide United.

Needing a win to climb back above Brisbane into sixth, Wanderers led 1-0 but lost a thrilling see-sawing and controversial battle at ANZ Stadium on Sunday.

Wanderers started the round in sixth but Roar moved above them with a win at Perth on Saturday and now play Melbourne Victory at AAMI Park next Sunday.

Western Sydney played the last half-hour...