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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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Western Sydney WanderersWestern Sydney Wanderers
Wellington Phoenix FCWellington Phoenix FC
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Perth GloryPerth Glory
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Brendon Santalab joins Perth Glory from Western Sydney Wanderers

Daniel Arzani and Trent Sainsbury remaine hopeful ahead of Australia's crunch game against Denmark, on Thursday.
Socceroo Daniel Arzani reflects on his World Cup debut, and just how proud he is to be representing Australia in Russia.
Former Denmark player Kasper Lorentzen previews Thursday's crucial Group C match between Denmark and Australia, in Samara.

Veteran striker Brendon Santalab has quit Western Sydney Wanderers to join A-League rivals Perth Glory, where he will reunite with former mentor Tony Popovic.

The 35-year-old Wanderers faithful was offered an administrative role only with the Red and Black next season, despite the 2017 Wanderers Medal winner wanting to extend his career.

He was snapped up by the Glory.

"Brendon is a player that brings invaluable experience, a winning mentality and a hunger for success," Glory's football director...

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Markus Babbel appointed Western Sydney Wanderers coach

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The ESPN panel in London are skeptical of Australia ahead of the World Cup with Bert van Marwijk's defensive mindset and an aging squad.

While Tomi Juric told him he must come for the crowds, Markus Babbel confesses the challenge of restoring Western Sydney to their former A-League glory was also too tempting to resist.

The Wanderers have pulled off a coup, securing Babbel for three years after a month hunting for a successor to sacked coach Josep Gombau.

With the 2014 Asian Champions League winners crying out for rejuvenation, the ex-Bayern Munich and Liverpool defender arrives in Australia boasting success with German sides Hertha...

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Western Sydney Wanderers re-sign foundation player Tarek Elrich

Foundation Western Sydney Wanderers defender Tarek Elrich has finally confirmed his return to the A-League club on a two-year deal.

The full-back made 11 appearances in his only previous season with the club which culminated in the Premiers Plate and a run to the the Grand Final.

The 31-year-old spent the past five seasons with Adelaide United, playing 112 games and winning the premiership, championship and FFA Cup. He was also capped three times by the Socceroos.

Elrich, a Western Sydney local...

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Western Sydney Wanderers sign Nick Fitzgerald, Bruce Kamau, Ruon Tongyik

Western Sydney have confirmed the long-expected A-League signings of Melbourne City trio Nick Fitzgerald, Bruce Kamau and Ruon Tongyik.

The new Wanderers have been mooted arrivals since former coach Josep Gombau was still in charge and planning for next season.

Fitzgerald, a Western Sydney local, joins on a three-year deal after more than 150 A-League appearances with Central Coast, Brisbane and City -- including 27 this season under Warren Joyce.

The 26-year-old's signing adds depth to the attacking...

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

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...