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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2018/2019 Season

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1 Perth Glory 18 6 3 60
2 Sydney FC 16 4 7 52
3 Melbourne V 15 5 7 50
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A-League Grand Final: 50-50 challenge

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Redmayne, O'Neill included in Socceroos squad

Sydney FC finished the season with a 4-0 loss to Japanese outfit Kawasaki Frontale in their final Asian Champions League Group H game.
Sydney FC held their nerve in a penalty shootout to beat Perth Glory in the A-League Grand Final.
Outgoing Bayern Munch winger Franck Ribery leaves the door open to joining former Bayern Munich star Markus Babbel at the Wanderers.
Keisuke Honda hints at Melbourne Victory exit as he looks forward to the 2020 Olympics.

With an eye to upcoming World Cup qualifiers, Socceroos coach Graham Arnold has called up a batch of A-League performers and overseas-based hopefuls for next month's friendly in South Korea.

Uncapped title-winners Brandon O'Neill and Andrew Redmayne have been rewarded with places, with Melbourne Victory gloveman Lawrence Thomas also in the mix to win his first Socceroos cap.

Regular faces like skipper Mark Milligan, Mat Ryan, Aaron Mooy, Mat Leckie and Trent Sainsbury have all been spared the trip...

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Youthful Sydney FC side thrashed by Kawasaki Frontale

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Sydney FC finished the season with a 4-0 loss to Japanese outfit Kawasaki Frontale in their final Asian Champions League Group H game.

A second-string Sydney FC side bearing no resemblance to their A-League Grand Final-winning team lost 4-0 at home to Japan's Kawasaki Frontale, in their last AFC Champions League group game.

The Sky Blues, who had no chance of making the knockout stage, didn't field any of the side that started Sunday's domestic season decider against Perth Glory at Optus Stadium.

"I asked if they wanted to be on the bench, a couple of them, the answer was no," Sydney coach Steve Corica said with a smile after Tuesday...

Brosque calls on A-League to scrap Grand Final

Departing legend Alex Brosque has suggested scrapping the A-League playoffs and Grand Final after Sydney FC's win on penalties over Perth Glory in this year's showpiece event.

Last year's championship failure didn't sit comfortably with Brosque and neither did this year's win, even though his team took the title over the regular season's top performers.

And Brosque has suggested doing away with the A-League finals series -- and with it the premiership -- while awarding the title of champions to...

Redmayne credits Sydney keeper coach for heroics

Sydney FC held their nerve in a penalty shootout to beat Perth Glory in the A-League Grand Final.

Emotional goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne has given credit to Sydney FC goalkeeping coach John Crawley for transforming him into a bona fide A-League champion.

The 30-year-old was Sydney's hero in Sunday night's penalty shootout Grand Final win over Perth, saving efforts from Glory strikers Andy Keogh and Brendon Santalab.

As it turned out, Crawley provided the intel and Redmayne decided what to do with it.

- Jukic: Lacklustre Grand Final crystallizes A-League's problems
- Kevin Muscat exits Melbourne...