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Desperate to bust out of the mid-season mayhem, Australian Football Weekly takes a deep breath
Desperate to bust out of the mid-season mayhem, Australian Football Weekly takes a deep breath before throwing itself studs-up into week 14 of the Hyundai A-League.
Miron Bleiberg wouldn-t talk to us after his team-s victory against Melbourne Victory for fear of being seen as boasting, but assistant coach/deputy Mike Mulvey says all of Gold Coast United-s hard work is paying off.
Simon Elliott has returned from more than a decade playing overseas to lend Wellington Phoenix his wealth of experience as they battle to get their season back on track.
It-s not been an easy return to Australian football for Ruben Zadkovich but the Newcastle Jets midfielder says things are about to get better. Matt Thompson admits Melbourne Heart took some time to get to know each other but they-re improving every week and ready to make their mark on the A-League.
How can we bring back the Glory? It-s been a nightmare run for Perth recently, so AFW talks to three experts to find out how Perth Glory can get back to their best.
And it-s been a frustrating time for Ernie Merrick but the Melbourne Victory boss isn-t making any excuses; he wants three points from every game, no matter what. Plus we talk to Westfield W-League star Vicki Balomenos about her push to get Adelaide United firing.
And we discover the Premier League-s break-out players, former Victory goalie Mitch Langerak tells us about life with Borussia Dortmund, and we-ve got all the big news from the big leagues around this big round world!
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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