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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
7 Wellington P 1 1 2 4
8 Brisbane 0 3 1 3
9 N'castle Jet 0 2 2 2
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Brisbane Roar goalkeeper Jamie Young 'baffled' by racist abuse

FFA Head of Leagues Craig O'Rourke says plans to expand the A-League are very much on target, but only if the incoming Football Federation Australia board can pick the two successful bids before the end of January.

Brisbane goalkeeper Jamie Young says he's "baffled" at being racially taunted during an A-League game.

Young was called a "monkey" during the Roar's 2-2 A-League draw against Western Sydney in Mudgee on Saturday.

"We had a free kick at the time and someone behind the goal ... made a racist remark," Young told reporters on Sunday.

"I was just surprised, the stadium wasn't very loud at the time, it was just before a play of the game ... everyone could hear, it was baffling to me.

"You cop criticism...

 By AAP

Alex Lopez and Adam Taggart strike as Brisbane Roar fight back to hold Western Sydney Wanderers

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Brisbane Roar coach John Aloisi has hailed the fighting qualities of his side after they fought back from a disastrous start to secure a 2-2 A-League draw against Western Sydney Wanderers in Mudgee.

Two goals in the first 17 minutes from Oriel Riera put the Wanderers in pole position in the NSW country town. But goals from Alex Lopez and Adam Taggart either side of half time earned a third point in four games for the still winless Roar.

"A great comeback from the players," Aloisi said. "We had a...

John Aloisi frustrated with Brisbane Roar's slow starts

Melbourne Victory have held on for a 1-0 win over the Newcastle Jets, and pick up their first points of the season in the process.
Adam Le Fondre hit home two goals for Sydney FC on route to a 3-0 win over Melbourne City.

Three rounds into the A-League season and the Brisbane Roar have just two points with coach John Aloisi feeling they are playing well but starting too slowly.

Brisbane opened the season with draws with Central Coast and Wellington ahead of Saturday night's 2-1 loss in Perth.

Aloisi was confident of a strong showing against the Glory but that went out the window when the home team created a host of chances in the opening 20 minutes with Andy Keogh eventually converting.

The Roar played well the rest...

 By AAP

Andy Keogh spurs Perth Glory on to beat Brisbane Roar

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Brisbane RoarBrisbane Roar
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A piece of Andy Keogh brilliance in either half has been enough for Perth Glory to claim a 2-1 A-League victory over Brisbane Roar at nib Stadium.

Keogh scored the first goal of the contest in the 15th minute on Saturday night before setting up the second in the 63rd minute that ensured Glory remained unbeaten under new coach Tony Popovich.

While Keogh didn't score the second, his shot needed to be saved. Then the rebound off Roar keeper Jamie Young was hammered into the back of the net by Brisbane...

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Steven Taylor howler costs Wellington Phoenix in goalless draw against Brisbane Roar

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Wellington were left to rue a Steven Taylor howler in a sloppy A-League affair with Brisbane that finished 0-0 at Suncorp Stadium.

Brisbane were slick in their opening draw last weekend but on Sunday lacked the polish against the Phoenix in what was the fourth consecutive draw between the sides.

Wellington had won just twice in their past 17 visits to Brisbane but entered on a high after toppling last year's grand finalists Newcastle last weekend.

Like in their 1-1 draw with Central Coast a week...