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Rhys Williams exits Melbourne Victory, joins Saudi Arabia's Al-Qadsiah

Steve Corica has an extra $1.3million in the kitty after pocketing a transfer fee for Adrian Mierzejewski.
Looking at some of the suitors for the Socceroo starlet after his promising World Cup campaign.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola takes time to meet Melbourne City players and fans in Australia.

A-League champions Melbourne Victory have been stung by the loss of another key player with Rhys Williams departing for Saudi Arabia.

The fringe Socceroos defender was contracted for another year but has been sold to Al-Qadsiah.

It leaves coach Kevin Muscat with plenty work to do on the recruitment front after the recent departures of Besart Berisha to Japan and James Donachie to South Korea.

Williams, 29, cannot be begrudged the opportunity to take up a Middle Eastern pay day after missing out...


Sanfrecce Hiroshima sign Besart Berisha from Melbourne Victory

Besart Berisha
Besart Berisha.

The A-League has lost perhaps its greatest striker after Besart Berisha secured a lucrative move to Japan.

Nearly two months after hinting at a move abroad, the competition's most prolific scorer has joined J-League leaders Sanfrecce Hiroshima.

It means the 32-year-old won't see out the remaining season of his deal with Melbourne Victory.

But it also represents a deserved late-career payday for the Kosovo international, who's dominated the A-League since arriving at Brisbane Roar in 2011.

He moved...


Lawrence Thomas, Leigh Broxham, Carl Valeri extend Melbourne Victory deals

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.

Grand Final hero Lawrence Thomas is among three Melbourne Victory stars to sign new deals with the A-League club.

Goalkeeper Thomas -- the winner of the Joe Marston Medal as best player afield in the Victory's Grand Final triumph over Newcastle on May 5 -- has agreed to a two-year contract.

Club stalwarts Leigh Broxham and Carl Valeri have secured one-year extensions.

"In Carl, Leigh and Lawrence we have somewhere near 500 games of experience [for Melbourne Victory], so it was important to keep...


Gladbach signs Melbourne Victory youngster Christian Theoharous

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.

Melbourne Victory youngster Christian Theoharous has left the A-League champions, signing for German club Borussia Monchengladbach.

The 18-year-old impressed in his debut season for Victory, making a string of lively appearances from the bench under coach Kevin Muscat.

Despite making only two starts, he has been picked up by the Bundesliga club, which finished ninth this season.

The deal has been rumoured for weeks.

Fellow Australian Kwame Yeboah has been on the books of the Munich club since 2014...


Australia boss Bert van Marwijk: VAR removes the 'charming things of football'

Bert van Marwijk has joined the chorus of video assistant referee detractors, lamenting the way it sucks the romance out of football.

But if it has to stay, the Socceroos coach believes the controversial technology can look to another sport to help it improve.

Van Marwijk suggested football employ a similar approach to tennis and allow teams a certain number of opportunities to challenge decisions by consulting the VAR, also similar to cricket's Decision Review System (DRS).

"In tennis it's different,"...