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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
5 Melbourne C 11 7 9 40
6 Wellington P 11 7 9 40
7 N'castle Jet 10 5 12 35
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Melbourne City FCMelbourne City FC
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Brisbane RoarBrisbane Roar
Wellington Phoenix FCWellington Phoenix FC
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Adelaide UnitedAdelaide United
Wellington Phoenix FCWellington Phoenix FC
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Wellington Phoenix FCWellington Phoenix FC
Newcastle JetsNewcastle Jets
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Wellington Phoenix FCWellington Phoenix FC
Western Sydney WanderersWestern Sydney Wanderers
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Central Coast MarinersCentral Coast Mariners
Wellington Phoenix FCWellington Phoenix FC
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Sydney FCSydney FC
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Wellington's Roy Krishna adds A-League best player award to Golden Boot

Roy Krishna, Wellington Phoenix
Wellington forward Roy Krishna poses with A-League best player award.

Wellington Phoenix forward Roy Krishna has been crowned the A-League's best player, pairing his golden boot with the Johnny Warren Medal.

And for the first time, the Julie Dolan Medal has gone to a foreign W-League star, with Melbourne Victory's American midfielder Christine Nairn claiming the accolade.

- Watch Perth Glory take on Sydney FC in the A-League Grand Final live on ESPN+ at 4.30 a.m. ET

Australian football's individual achievers were celebrated at the Dolan Warren Awards on Monday night...

A-League elimination finals review: A glimpse at Australian football's potential

While writing about decision making and life as a whole, Nassim Nicholas Taleb shaped a fundamentally transferable idea to football.

"No matter how sophisticated our choices, how good we are at dominating the odds, randomness will always have the last word," he wrote.

That variable of volatility is inescapable in football, and it was once again proved over this first weekend of the A-League finals series.

Aside from the aesthetic grace football holds, its beauty also lies in its ability to reflect...

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Melbourne Victory down Wellington Phoenix to march on in A-League finals

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Melbourne Victory showed their title-winning pedigree to kick off the A-League finals, progressing to the last four with a 3-1 dismissal of Wellington Phoenix at AAMI Park.

Georg Niedermeier, Kosta Barbarouses and Ola Toivonen scored the goals while Keisuke Honda and Raul Baena marshalled the midfield against a physical Phoenix outfit, who ended with 10 men.

Substitute Sarpreet Singh curled a delightful ball for golden boot winner Roy Krishna to give Wellington hope at 2-1, but Toivonen's superb...

Melbourne Victory's diamond midfield can be exploited by Wellington Phoenix

With 19 points out of a possible 27, Melbourne Victory scored 27 goals in the opening nine rounds of the A-League season. On the surface, their attack looked extremely formidable.

Victory's round 10 match-up against Wellington was of a much different nature, however.

The Phoenix had largely contained them for the opening hour at AAMI Park and, in 62nd minute, David Williams put the visitors ahead. It was a fine finish, creating separation from Storm Roux by cutting inside and curling his shot past...

A-League Team of the Year: Glory, Phoenix, Sky Blues and Victory dominate

We're at the end before the end of the A-League season. This time of the year always brings up the discussion of teams and players of the year. Who was better, or who is the best?

Attempting to give a definitive assessment in a game of perspective and subjectivity is almost like a dog chasing its tail. You will never succeed in your aim, but doing so is as much fun as it is futile or stupid.

So, before we get to see who will get to hang the most coveted toilet seat in football around their neck,...