2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
1-1-0, 3rd in Australian A-League
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13dAnte Jukic

A-League 2019-20 Season Preview

After the longest preseason in football, the battle for the Toilet Seat returns. Here's all you need to know ahead of the 2019-20 A-League season.

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21dAAP

Maclaren double fires City into Cup final

Former Brisbane Roar striker Jamie Maclaren returned to his favourite stomping ground to fire Melbourne City into the FFA Cup final.

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104dAAP

Javier Cabrera joins Melbourne City

Melbourne City have signed Uruguayan attacking midfielder Javier Cabrera for the looming A-League season.

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127dAAP

Craig Noone joins Melbourne City

Melbourne City still don't have a senior coach for next A-League season but they've signed their second foreign player in Craig Noone.

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174dAnte Jukic

ESPN's A-League Team of the Year

With the home and away rounds done and dusted, it's time to pick the standout XI in what has been a wild and wonderful A-League season.

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184dAAP

Krishna hat trick keeps Phoenix hopes alive

Roy Krishna scored a hat trick to hand Wellington a 3-2 win over Melbourne City and keep alive their hopes of hosting an A-League home final.

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206dAAP

Wanderers dent Melbourne's finals hopes

Western Sydney Wanderers' horror A-League home run at ANZ Stadium ended with a decisive 3-0 win over finals contenders Melbourne City.

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231dJonathan Smith

Man City owners eye India club investment in '19

City Football Group (CFG) already owns Manchester City, New York City FC, Melbourne City, Yokohama F Marinos, Club Atletico Torque and FC Girona.

RankingsAustralian A-League

Goal Difference1Tied-3rd
Goals Scored2Tied-4th
Assists1Tied-7th
Goals Conceded1Tied-1st