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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
7 Perth Glory 2 1 4 7
8 Brisbane 1 3 3 6
9 CC Mariners 1 3 3 6
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Central Coast MarinersCentral Coast Mariners
0
0
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Wellington Phoenix FCWellington Phoenix FC
Brisbane RoarBrisbane Roar
3
3
FT
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Newcastle JetsNewcastle Jets
1
2
FT
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Adelaide UnitedAdelaide United
1
2
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2
0
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Avraam Papadopoulos leads Brisbane Roar to first win of A-League season

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Melbourne City FCMelbourne City FC
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Brisbane Roar won their first win of the A-League season, defeating Melbourne City 3-1 courtesy of an Avraam Papadopoulos brace.

The defender scored the opener and clincher for the Roar as they climbed off the bottom of the ladder in front of just 9,285 supporters on a perfect Friday night at Suncorp Stadium.

Coach John Aloisi said it was a vital win for the team's confidence after a sluggish start to their campaign, hampered by a spate of injuries to key players.

"We're going to get stronger and...

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A-League winner Liam Miller, 36, fighting cancer - reports

Liam Miller
Liam Miller won the A-League premiership and championship with Brisbane Roar in 2014.

Former A-League import Liam Miller has reportedly been diagnosed with cancer.

The 36-year-old, who played for Perth Glory, Brisbane Roar and Melbourne City, will begin chemotherapy this week, according to Scotland-based BBC pundit Tam McManus.

"Awful news about Liam Miller keep the fingers crossed that he somehow pulls through," McManus tweeted.

"Was in the USA for treatment this month and flys back tomorrow to start chemo here.

"He's still fighting it. Will say a prayer for him tonight."

Former...

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Brisbane Roar prolong Melbourne Victory misery with draw

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Brisbane RoarBrisbane Roar
1
1
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A late equaliser from Brisbane Roar substitute Brett Holman has doomed Melbourne Victory to a 1-1 draw to extend their winless start to the A-League season.

Kevin Muscat's men looked to have done enough on Saturday night when Besart Berisha scored in his return from suspension in the 79th minute at Etihad Stadium.

But the Roar drew level minutes later when Holman managed to get on the end of a Jack Hingert cross and nailed a straightforward finish.

The result leaves last year's grand finalists stranded...

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Australia international Ivan Franjic returns to Brisbane Roar

Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts preview all the upcoming matches in the Australian A-League.

Three time A-League championship winner Ivan Franjic has returned to Brisbane.

The Roar announced on Thursday that the 30-year-old fullback had signed for the rest of the season.

Franjic is a major boost for Brisbane's defensive depth after losing Luke DeVere, Corey Brown and Daniel Bowles to injury.

Franjic left the Roar in 2014 and enjoyed stints at Russian club Torpedo Moscow, Melbourne City and, most recently, South Korean outfit Daegu FC.

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"We are thrilled to welcome Ivan back to Brisbane Roar...

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Ben Khalfallah ready to face ex-club Victory: 'I don't have to prove anything'

Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts preview all the upcoming matches in the Australian A-League.

Fahid Ben Khalfallah insists he has no grudge against Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat as the veteran winger prepares to face his former A-League side for the first time.

Discarded by Muscat at the end of last season, the 35-year-old says he has no point to prove to his former coach, teammates or supporters when he makes his return to Etihad Stadium wearing Brisbane Roar colours on Saturday night.

Ben Khalfallah had a somewhat acrimonious exit from Victory.

The Tunisian was frozen out of first-team...