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Victory make it six in a row

Melbourne Victory have defeated Brisbane Roar 4-2 at Suncorp Stadium. The win was Victory's sixth in a row and sees them climb to the top of the A-League ladder.
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Live blog: Brisbane Roar vs Melbourne Victory

Facing an in-form Melbourne Victory is exactly the kind of challenge Brisbane coach John Aloisi believes his out-of-sorts A-League team needs. The Roar have slumped to second-last on the competition ladder after last weekend’s disappointing 2-0 loss to Newcastle and have just one win from seven matches this season.
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DAILYTELEGRAPH.COM.AU

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Can John Aloisi coach Brisbane Roar out of the hole they’re in?

The Newcastle Jets look like they can still take flight, but it will have been another sleepless night for the Aloisi brothers following the Brisbane Roar’s defeat. Who on earth would be an A-League tipster? Not that my tips have ever been particularly prescient, but I actually sat down and had a good think about […]
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THEROAR.COM.AU

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The A-League can’t afford to delay expansion any longer

Who is playing in the A-League this weekend? It doesn’t really seem to matter, because all the talk right now is about expansion. Adelaide United’s clash with Brisbane Roar at Coopers Stadium tonight should have fans buzzing, with the Aloisi brothers returning to their home town to try and get one over wily German counterparts […]
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THEROAR.COM.AU

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Steve Corica sticks to Sydney FC formula, but will the strategy go stale?

Steve Corica follows a long tradition of A-League assistant coaches stepping up to fill the shoes of a highly successful predecessor. Rado Vidosic followed Ange Postecoglou at Brisbane Roar, Kevin Muscat likewise at Melbourne Victory, while Phill Moss did so after Graham Arnold left the Central Coast Mariners. Interestingly, the common theme of Postecoglou and […]
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THEROAR.COM.AU

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The A-League team of the week: Round 4

One more round of the A-League is in the history books. Here are the standouts from Round 4. 1. Jamie Young (Brisbane Roar) On first impression, it may appear somewhat strange to include a goalkeeper that conceded two goals in the opening 20 minutes of a match. Yet, in both cases there was an element […]
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