This week in Australian Football Weekly
It’s back! It might not be bigger but it surely is better! Australian Football Weekly returns to cover every angle of the round-ball game, from the Hyundai A-League to the biggest names in Europe and beyond.
It-s back! It might not be bigger but it surely is better! Australian Football Weekly returns to cover every angle of the round-ball game, from the Hyundai A-League to the biggest names in Europe and beyond.
For our first issue back, though, we-re keeping it strictly local. Season six of the A-League is finally here and we-re all over it like a cheap suit. Want insight from the players and managers at the season launch? Tick. Want to know all the new players at your club and around the league? Tick.
Want the inside track on Melbourne Heart-s title hopes? We got it. Want the first interview with new Adelaide United coach Rini Coolen? Yep. Want to find out why David Mitchell reckons Robbie Fowler is the final piece in his Perth Glory jigsaw? We can tell you. How about Terry McFlynn-s ambitions as the new Sydney FC captain? Damn straight. And need to know how Gold Coast United boss - and AFW favourite - Miron Blieberg plans to go even better than last year? We-re on it.
All this… Plus - PLUS! - Andy Harper loves the A-League, all the big news and previews from the EPL, Liga, Serie A and Asia, win an AFW fridge/freezer and who is “The K Dizzle”?
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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