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End of Season Awards night: in pictures

End of Season Awards night: in pictures

The campaign may not have reached the heights we wanted but it was a terrific night at Westpac Stadium to thank our supporters, sponsors and amazing volunteers. COYN. Photos courtesy: @NZPhotoMac.
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WELLINGTONPHOENIX.COM.AU

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A-League will not stop for FIFA international windows next season

The A-League will not honour FIFA’s international windows next season, according to head Greg O’Rourke. League players, officials and fans alike have expressed their desire for the recognition of the breaks, including Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat and Wellington Phoenix midfielder Vince Lia. Both clubs were affected by the lack of the window earlier this […]
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OUTSIDE90.COM

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We can win A-League title: Roar coach

Brisbane Roar coach John Aloisi is certain his side have the quality and fighting spirit to become the first side to win the A-League grand final from outside the top two.
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NINE.COM.AU

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Brett Holman nets twice in stunning Brisbane Roar fightback

Brisbane Roar Wellington Phoenix FC 4 3 FT Game Details Live football odds with bet365. Bet Now » GameCast Lineups and Stats Two superb goals from Brett Holman helped Brisbane overcome a two-goal deficit to beat Wellington Phoenix 4-3 and seal a home A-League final for the Roar. Goals from Roy Krishna, Gui Finkler and Michael McGlinchey had Phoenix in control 3-1 at halftime but second-half strikes from Brandon Borello, Jamie Maclaren and Holman -- adding to his first-half strike -- gave the Roar victory in front of a crowd of 12,098 at Suncorp Stadium on Sunday. Holman's first effort saw him take the ball just inside...
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ESPNFC.COM.AU

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Roar win seven-goal thriller over Phoenix

Roar win seven-goal thriller over Phoenix

Brisbane Roar sensationally recovered from a two-goal half time deficit to claim a pulsating 4-3 victory over Wellington Phoenix in a Hyundai A-League thriller at Suncorp Stadium on Sunday.
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A-LEAGUE.COM.AU

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