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We-re mid-table, struggling to score and desperate to prove we can still make the finals…Mid-season madness comes to Australian Football Weekly.
Paul Reid spent most of last season watching Adelaide implode from the sidelines, but this season he-s back and ready to push the Reds all the way to glory.
Wellington Phoenix are enduring their worst run of form in a long time; skipper Andrew Durante admits the boys are hurting but are keeping it in perspective.
Alex Terra arrived from Brazil to terra-rise Australian defences as Melbourne Heart go about proving the doubters wrong.
Despite the upset to Gold Coast last week, Central Coast Mariners skipper Alex Wilkinson says his team are still on track to achieve something this season.
David Williams and North Queensland Fury may be bottom of the table but they-re not playing like it, and can-t wait to get off it.
100 games for Sydney FC for Alex Brosque - he takes AFW through his Sky Blue highlights.
And Joel Porter is taking his frustrations out on opposing teams as Gold Coast United sneak up the ladder.
All this plus National Youth League, Westfield W-League and a special on El Clasico!
Australian Football Weekly and The Full90, your official Hyundai A-League matchday program. Get it at the game!
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