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Fearful Wanderers took step back: coach

Western Sydney coach Markus Babbel says the Wanderers must throw away the fear that is shackling them if they are to be successful this A-League season. Western Sydney resembled a “rabbit in front of a snake” against Melbourne Victory says their own coach Markus Babbel. Babbel saw his side slump to its second A-League loss […]
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Victory reduce Wanderers to rubble

An irrepressible Melbourne Victory extended their A-League winning streak to four, brushing aside Western Sydney with ease in a 4-0 defeat at Marvel Stadium.
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Victory wallop Wanderers 4-0

An irrepressible Melbourne Victory extended their A-League winning streak to four, brushing aside Western Sydney with ease in a 4-0 defeat at Marvel Stadium. Victory were uncontainable from minute one on Saturday night, scoring first-half goals through Keisuke Honda, Raul Baena and Kosta Barbarouses. Terry Antonis’ late lethal finish sealed the rout, which was Victory’s […]
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‘No guarantees’: A-League ‘disgrace’ could happen again

Western Sydney CEO John Tsatsimas admits there are no guarantees there won’t be a repeat of the farcical scenes at Spotless Stadium in future A-League games. Stadium officials were lambasted after shards of plastic and a screw were found on the pitch before the Wanderers’ 2-0 loss to Newcastle on Friday. Heavy winds were blamed for sweeping debris from a music concert the previous week onto a surface that Jets coach Ernie Merrick labelled a “disgrace”.
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ADELAIDENOW.COM.AU

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Time for Aaron Mooy to step up for the Socceroos

Australian soccer fans would have cracked a wry smile on Monday morning upon hearing the news of Aaron Mooy’s double strike in the Premier League. Mooy managed two long-range goals – one of them a curling free kick – for his team Huddersfield Town in their win over Wolverhampton Wanderers. It’s a timely performance from […]
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