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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

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4 Melbourne C 8 6 7 30
5 Brisbane 7 9 5 30
6 Western Sydn 5 9 7 24
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Brisbane Roar smashed 6-0 at Ulsan Hyundai in Asian Champions League

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The Korean outift ran out 6-0 winners past a hopeless Roar outfit in the Asian Champions League.
Ulsan Hyundai's comprehensive 6-0 win over Brisbane Roar sealed an AFC Champions League Group E win.
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A woeful Brisbane Roar were torn to shreds in a 6-0 AFC Champions League drubbing at the hands of South Korean side Ulsan Hyundai on Tuesday.

Playing for the fourth time in 11 days, the Roar again looked heavy-legged and coach John Aloisi's injury-stretched team was duly punished by the K-League outfit at the Ulsan Munsu Football Stadium.

It leaves Brisbane still searching for their first goal and first win in Group E and continues the nightmare run of A-League teams in the tournament this year,...

Brisbane Roar ready to face former star Dimitri Petratos in South Korea

Goals in either half from Shane Smeltz and Roy Krishna was enough to see off the Roar.
Brisbane Roar and Muangthong United have fought out a goalless draw to open their Asian Champions League campaigns.

Three weeks on from his shock move to South Korea, Dimitri Petratos is set for a reunion with his old Brisbane Roar teammates in Tuesday night's AFC Champions League clash against Ulsan Hyundai.

Petratos was sold to the K-League club for $300,000 earlier this month despite having signed a three-year A-League deal with the Newcastle Jets that was to begin next season.

With Ulsan's domestic season due to kick off this weekend, the 24-year-old has made only one official appearance so far, collecting...