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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
7 Perth Glory 0 0 0 0
8 Sydney FC 0 0 0 0
9 Wellington P 0 0 0 0
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Sydney FC 'not going to stop looking' after missing out on Fernando Torres

Fernando Torres ends speculation of his next club as he announces he'll be joining J-League side Sagan Tosu.
Steve Corica has an extra $1.3million in the kitty after pocketing a transfer fee for Adrian Mierzejewski.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola takes time to meet Melbourne City players and fans in Australia.

Sydney FC might have missed out on Fernando Torres but CEO Danny Townsend remains hopeful they can hook another big fish to replace their two departed stars.

Despite a bold tandem bid from the Sky Blues and Football Federation Australia, veteran Spanish striker Torres has opted to continue his career at Japanese club Sagan Tosu rather than in the A-League.

With Keisuke Honda pricing himself out of the market, it seems likely that none of the initial six targets on the marquee shortlist FFA drew...

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Sydney FC target Fernando Torres as Bobo, Adrian Mierzejewski sold

Fernando Torres has won the Champions League, Europa League, World Cup and European Championship during a glittering career.
Fernando Torres has won the Champions League, Europa League, World Cup and European Championship during a glittering career.

Sydney FC are on the hunt for ex-Spain striker Fernando Torres after they confirmed the departures of marquee striker Bobo and Johnny Warren Medallist Adrian Mierzejewski.

"We have some very exciting targets who we are talking to and I'm looking forward to bringing in more quality to an already experienced and talented squad," recently appointed Sydney FC coach Steve Corica said on Saturday.

Spanish star Torres is considering his options after calling time on his second spell at childhood club Atletico...

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Adrian Mierzejewski complains about Sydney FC 'situation'

Adrian Mierzejewski's future at Sydney FC could be in doubt after the star midfielder hinted at a rift between himself and the A-League club.

The former Polish international signed a three-year deal with the Sky Blues last year and proved an immediate success, scoring 13 goals in 24 appearances and winning the Johnny Warren Medal.

But the 31-year-old is clearly disgruntled, complaining on Twitter about a "situation" he seems desperate to resolve.

It's not the first time he has used social media...

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Sydney FC captain Alex Brosque agrees to one more A-League season

Sydney FC captain Alex Brosque has confirmed that he will play on for one more A-League season.

Brosque was set to draw the curtain on his 17-year career to further underline a changing of the Sky Blues guard, led by coach Graham Arnold's exit and Steve Corica's promotion in his place.

Yet, as it turns out, the club will still have its skipper -- even if he does start on the bench a little more than previous years.

"I'm Sydney FC through and through," Brosque said at Sydney's end-of-season awards...

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Steve Corica to continue Graham Arnold's Sydney FC culture - Brandon O'Neill

The ESPN panel in London are skeptical of Australia ahead of the World Cup with Bert van Marwijk's defensive mindset and an aging squad.

When Steve Corica sat his Sydney FC players down on Wednesday morning and announced he was their new head coach, Brandon O'Neill knew exactly what to expect.

The midfielder had already played three years under Corica in the club legend's incarnation as assistant coach -- some of his teammates far longer.

He knew, for instance, that the quietly spoken 45-year-old wouldn't be emulating the booming guttural training-park directives of his predecessor Graham Arnold.

"Obviously their personalities are...