Josep Gombau’s general approach is similar to the Wanderers existing style of play, but he has introduced subtle tweaks that make him different from his predecessor
In an intense, tight and at times scrappy FA Cup final, it was fitting that the game’s standout player, Adrian Mierzejewski, provided the assist to Bobo’s match-winning goal deep into extra time.
A significant contributor to the confident Australian performance in their first leg draw with Honduras was their ability to overload in midfield areas.
Josep Gombau was a charismatic and popular coach who won fans over with his infectious enthusiasm and attractive football, but can he be a success at the Western Sydney Wanderers?
New Melbourne City coach Warren Joyce has focused on functionality rather than flair, turning the side into a well-organised defensive unit
In a typically feisty, atmospheric derby, the Western Sydney Wanderers were able to cause Sydney FC problems with their energetic pressing.
Paul Okon has rebuilt a sinking ship in his own possession-based image
It is one of the A-League’s great traditions that each new season starts with teams copycatting elements of the previous season’s winners. After Sydney FC’s extraordinary success in 2016-17, this season is no different.
Ange Postecoglou is characterised as a gung-ho attacking coach, but does he have a defensive side?
New youth teams for A-League clubs has seen a geographical shift in the distribution of Australia’s young talent, but Marconi Stallions is demonstrating it is possible for existing NPL clubs to produce quality young footballers.