Tim Cahill headed Melbourne City to a much-needed A-League win against 10-man Central Coast with a 2-1 victory at AAMI Park.
Cahill scored after just three minutes before Roy O'Donovan equalised -- but he was then sent off after just 23 minutes.
The Mariners were able to hold City at bay for the second half, ensuring another nervy finish for the title hopefuls.
The result was the perfect tonic for Michael Valkanis' men, desperately needing a response to last week's loss to last-placed Adelaide...
Perth Glory won't appeal the two-game A-League ban handed to captain Rostyn Griffiths over his second-half brain snap in Newcastle.
Griffiths was shown a second yellow card for a challenge on Devante Clut late in Sunday's 2-2 draw with the Jets, before then copping a straight red for giving referee Stephen Lucas a retaliatory earful.
After receiving submissions from Griffiths and the Glory, the match review panel found the midfielder guilty of breaching the national code of conduct and warned any...
A-League coaches will have no choice but to expand their scouting networks in Asia if new foreign player rules are introduced, John Aloisi says.
But the Brisbane Roar boss warned it won't be so easy for Australian teams to attract top-level players from major Asian countries because of financial constraints.
Football Federation Australia has flagged the likely introduction of the '4+1 rule' from the 2018-19 season onwards.
It would move the A-League in line with other top competitions in the Asian...
Melbourne City coach Michael Valkanis says refereeing officials have reached out to apologise for yet another A-League blunder in their 2-1 loss to Adelaide United.
Nicolas Colazo's first-half goal last Thursday was judged offside by referee Jonathan Barreiro, much to City's disgust. The Argentine received Luke Brattan's through-ball and rounded Eugene Galekovic to slot home, only for the linesman's flag to rule the strike out.
Replays suggested Colazo was almost fully onside, with only his outstretched...