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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
2 Melbourne C 9 3 6 30
3 Perth Glory 8 5 3 29
4 Adelaide Utd 9 0 8 27
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Perth GloryPerth Glory
Melbourne City FCMelbourne City FC
2
3
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Newcastle JetsNewcastle Jets
Perth GloryPerth Glory
2
1
FT
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Brisbane RoarBrisbane Roar
Perth GloryPerth Glory
1
1
FT
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FC TokyoFC Tokyo
Perth GloryPerth Glory
1
0
FT
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Perth GloryPerth Glory
Wellington Phoenix FCWellington Phoenix FC
4
2
FT
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Perth GloryPerth Glory
Melbourne VictoryMelbourne Victory
2
2
FT
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Melbourne City FCMelbourne City FC
Perth GloryPerth Glory
0
0
FT
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Western Sydney WanderersWestern Sydney Wanderers
Perth GloryPerth Glory
0
1
FT
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Players' union threatens Perth Glory owner with legal action

GOLD COAST -- Australia's professional footballers' union is threatening legal action against Perth Glory owner Tony Sage after he stood down the A-League club's players and staff.

Less than a week after Football Federation Australia suspended the 2019-20 A-League season until at least April 22 due to the coronavirus outbreak, Sage has stood down all of the club's players and staff.

The decision prompted an angry response from the PFA, who have promised to initiate legal proceedings if Sage...

A-League to play out remaining games in Sydney and Melbourne

Incredible last-ditch defending from Melbourne City holds the Wanderers to a 1-1 draw. Watch A-League on ESPN+.

A condensed A-League season looks set to play out almost entirely in Sydney and Melbourne under a revamped schedule that is close to finalisation.

Wellington Phoenix general manager David Dome gave an insight into the overhauled nature of the league caused by the need to isolate teams and reduce travel because of the coronavirus.

Dome revealed Australia's two biggest cities will be hubs for the remainder of the regular season, which will be completed by mid-April at empty stadiums.

- A-League soldiers...

A-League soldiers on in the face of coronavirus, but at what cost?

It's Monday. Time to talk about the good, bad and ugly from Round 23 in the A-League. But first ...

The health and safety of staff and officials

Much like when bushfires ravaged parts of Victoria and New South Wales earlier this season, this weekend provided a reminder as to the real-life importance of football and sport.

With the threat of COVID-19, the safety of people working in and around the A-League must take primary importance. Similarly to the Australian economy itself, however, the competition's...

Leaders Sydney drop points in scoreless draw against Perth

Milos Ninkovic of Sydney FC and Nicholas D’agostino of Perth Glory
Milos Ninkovic and Nicholoas D'Agostino battle for the ball.

If Sydney FC fans were hoping for a spectacular showing before what might be the last chance to see live football in the near future, they would be sadly disappointed as the A-League champions turned in an unusually flat showing at home in a scoreless draw with Perth.

In the end, runaway leaders Sydney FC did enough to win Saturday evening's contest at Kogarah, notably with two late glaring misses, but the Glory could easily have bagged all three points after a strong second-half showing.

A modest...

A League Review: Melbourne Victory feeling Kruse's absence, Mariners help Nix back into form

Hello A-League fans, it's Monday, so it's time for the good, bad and ugly from the weekend.

Gone in 60 seconds? Nah

Melbourne Victory's 4-1 loss at home to Sydney FC on Saturday night mirrored their finals chances. Anthony Caceres and Adam Le Fondre put distance between Sydney and the home side within moments of each other, but Victory's control of the match was relinquished long before the 64th minute. Meanwhile, Melbourne Victory's chances of playing finals football this season were effectively...