Australian Football Weekly
The girls are doing it for themselves in this week’s Australian Football Weekly
The girls are doing it for themselves in this week-s Australian Football Weekly. Season three of the Westfield W-League kicks off on Saturday and we-ve got everything you ever wanted to know but were afraid to ask.
In the Hyundai A-League, we find out why North Queensland Fury are doing everything they can to secure their future and why the club needs more time to put down roots.
Michael Petkovic has returned to Australia after eight years in Europe and reckons he couldn-t have come back to a better club than Melbourne Victory.
Luve DeVerer only turns 21 this week but he-s still old enough to have been through the highs and the lows with Brisbane Roar, but this year he-s leading Ange Postecoglou-s revolution from the back.
Striker Bruno Cazarine is starting to come good for Sydney FC but the Brazilian says he-s got a long way to go to earn back his nickname “Cazagol”.
Jamie Coyne has seen it all with Perth Glory but even the veteran can-t quite figure out what-s behind their nightmare seven-loss run. It-s time to go back to basics.
And Travis Dodd is busting a gut to get back from injury and finally do his pit to keep Adelaide United on top of the ladder.
All that, plus we hear from Socceroo Carl Valeri, find out which Adelaide player is the Indonesian David Beckham and get all the latest news from the big leagues around the world. It all in Australian Football Weekly - get it at the game.
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Rudan blames himself for Western United's derby collapse
Western United coach Mark Rudan will shoulder some of the blame for his side's 2-1 slip up to Melbourne City in Saturday's AAMI Park derby. United took a 22nd minute lead through Ivan Vujica's towering header before Craig Noone's expert strike hauled City level. Rudan's sid
Wanderers boss Robinson lauds 'exceptional' academy gem
Western Sydney Wanderers coach Carl Robinson says he's not surprised by Thomas Aquilina's eye-catching start to A-League life. The 19-year-old defender made just his second senior start at left wing-back for the Red and Black in Saturday night's 1-1 draw with rivals Sydney FC.
Maclaren's late winner earns City bragging rights over Western United
Jamie Maclaren struck a late winner as Melbourne City came from behind to beat Western United 2-1 in a pulsating derby encounter at AAMI Park on Saturday. The Socceroo striker's 80th A-League goal arrived in the 84th minute after Craig Noone had earlier cancelled out Ivan Vuji