Australian Football Weekly
It’s a bumper round of action in the Hyundai A-League and Australian Football Weekly has got it all covered.
It-s a bumper round of action in the Hyundai A-League and Australian Football Weekly has got it all covered.
Serial Reds tormentor Tom Pondeljak tells us why Melbourne Victory are out to break Adelaide United-s unbeaten run and stretch Victory-s dominance over the Reds to 10 games.
Shannon Cole says Sydney FC-s win last week doesn-t mean everything-s alright - but he-s still happy the champions can now continue to push on up the ladder.
Central Coast Mariners midfielder Rostyn Griffiths told himself this would be a big year for him - and he-s proving that on the field as a vital part of the Mariners- resurgence. He-s only been here a few months but North Queensland Fury defender Mark Hughes is already in demand.
But the former Everton man is just focused on doing his best for the Townsville club. And don-t panic says Adriano Pellegrino, Perth Glory are working hard, keeping positive and have the will to turn this bad run of results around.
Plus we talk to Socceroos David Carney and Adrian Madaschi about their ambitions and life overseas, we-ve got all the big news from the world league-s and Brisbane-s Ivan Drago tells us who-s jealous of his shorts.
All that and more in Australian Football Weekly - get it at your next A-League game.
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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