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15
Sep

MAT RYAN SIGNS FOR FC COPENHAGEN

Australia international shot stopper Mat Ryan has signed for FC Copenhagen in the Danish top flight. The Australia national team star has put pen to paper on a two-year deal as a new FC Copenhagen. His move to Copenhagen was confirmed earlier this month.

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13
Aug

WELLINGTON PHOENIX COMPLETE SIGNING OF BULGARIAN STAR BOZHIDAR KRAEV

Wellington Phoenix have signed a Bulgarian international with Champions League experience. Bozhidar Kraev, a 25-year-old attacking midfielder, has been confirmed as the club’s first new foreign signing ahead of the upcoming A-League Men season. Kraev has been capped 24 times by Bulgaria after making his international debut as a teenager in 2017. His most recent game for the national team came in a friendly against world champions France last August.

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31
Jul

UPDATED: MACARTHUR HUNT FOR EX-PREMIER LEAGUE MIDFIELDER IN JEOPARDY

Rookie Macarthur FC coach Dwight Yorke is keen to add Englishman Jack Rodwell to a spate of recent arrivals, as he re-constructs the club’s squad for the new A-League season. A free agent after being released by Western Sydney Wanderers, the former Everton, Manchester City and Sunderland utility has been offered a lifeline by the Bulls. He came to the A-League ahead of last season, joining after his release from Sheffield United. A source close to FTBL revealed that Rodwell is on Yorke's wish list, though a deal hinges on the 31-year-old tempering his wage expectations.

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15
Jul

ALL WHITE KOSTA BARBAROUSES EYES FIFTH A-LEAGUE TITLE

Kosta Barbarouses has returned for a third stint with the Wellington Phoenix and has his eyes on his fifth title. Kosta Barbarouses was barely given a chance during his first stint at the Wellington Phoenix from 2008 to 2010. His second ended prematurely, with an early exit agreed in 2017, halfway through a two-year deal. The All Whites forward has now returned for a third, putting pen to paper on a two-year deal that will keep him at the club past his 34th birthday.

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20
Jun

JAKE BRIMMER, FIONA WORTS PICK UP A-LEAGUE BEST PLAYER AWARDS

Melbourne Victory midfielder Jake Brimmer has claimed the Johnny Warren Medal as the A-League Men's best player, while Adelaide's Fiona Worts won the Julie Dolan Medal for her prolific A-League Women's campaign. Brimmer, who shared the Mark Viduka Medal with Central Coast's Kye Rowles following Victory's FFA Cup final win over the Mariners in February, finished a clear winner on 32 votes. Brisbane Roar's Jay O'Shea (25) and Adelaide United's Craig Goodwin (24) finished second and third on the medal count.

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02
Jun

SOCCEROOS AT HOME PREVIEW: A-LEAGUE STARS PREPARE FOR SEMI-FINALS

This weekend, two A-League based Socceroos will battle it out at AAMI Park while the youngsters will face off against each other before heading to Uzbekistan for U23 duty. Another clash at AAMI Park against Western United awaits for Melbourne Victory's Ben Folami and Nicholas D’Agostino, as they look to qualify for an A-League Men Grand Final after finishing last in the previous A-League season with the Victory.

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09
May

RYAN KEEN TO PROVE GOALKEEPING TALENTS

Australia senior national team skipper Mat Ryan has said he's eager to prove that he's still the real deal as he continues to play second fiddle to Alex Remiro at Real Sociedad in the Spanish La Liga. In a recent interview conducted as he turned 30 earlier this month, the Australia international said he doesn’t see himself as a number two. The Australia shot stopper is keen not to let the lack of game time at Real Sociedad affect his confidence especially in a World Cup year as he's eager to show his goalkeeping talents.

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26
Apr

TOURE AND D'ARRIGO BECOME LATEST ABSENTEES FOR UNITED ALM

Injury-ravaged Adelaide United will be searching for their first win in five A-League Men outings when they host Macarthur FC on Friday night. It's been a brutal run for the Reds not made any easier by the absence of Mohamed Toure, who could miss the rest of the season after dislocating his shoulder after tangling with Melbourne Victory defenders last time out.

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29
Mar

HOW NOTTINGHAM FOREST STAR IS FARING IN AUSTRALIA

Nottingham Forest outcast Carl Jenkinson signed for Australian A-League side Melbourne City on loan in January. Despite the 30-year-old being told he was free to leave in the summer, Jenkinson had to wait until January before sealing his temporary exit away from the City Ground.

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16
Mar

ABAKRI ACCEPTS FIRST INTERNATIONAL CALL-UP TO AFGHANISTAN

Former Australia U-17 international Rahmat Akbari is about to transition to the country of his birth, with Afghanistan calling up the A-League midfielder for a camp in Turkey later this month. Akbari - who has made 50 A-League Men appearances for Brisbane since his debut in 2018 - has been courted by the world’s 150th-ranked nation for three years. The ex-Joey Rahmat Akbari has accepted a call to join up with Afghanistan's national team later this month.

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