Can Tony Walmsley live up to his promise of making the Central Coast Mariners a more entertaining unit?
The Western Sydney Wanderers found joy between Melbourne City’s lines of defence and midfield by bringing their wide players inside, in what is a subtle tweak to their usual approach
In the eyes of the media, Graham Arnold supposedly took aim yesterday at Adelaide United’s ‘Barca-lite’ style of play. But is this really the case?
The combination of Andrew Hoole and Lee Ki-Je down Newcastle’s left proved too much for Daniel Alessi and the Wanderers to handle
Wellington Phoenix have soared to the top of the A-League, lead by their false nine lynchpin Michael McGlinchey
Sydney FC regularly exposed the gaps between Newcastle’s midfield and defence to dominate proceedings in a narrow 1-0 win
Paradoxically, the Western Sydney Wanderers have done very poorly in the A-League this season because they did so well in the Asian Champions League.
After three years of extraordinary success, could this be the end of the Tony Popovic era?
Australia Scout’s A-League Mid-Season Report takes a comprehensive look at every team in the race for the finals
In the A-League, a back three is traditionally a temporary or experimental tactical shape. Is it here to stay for the Newcastle Jets?