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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
2 Western Sydn 14 6 7 48
3 Brisbane 14 6 7 48
4 Melbourne C 13 5 9 44
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Steven Lustica joins the Western Sydney Wanderers on a free transfer

Steven Lustica
Steven Lustica made 22 appearances for Brisbane last season, scoring one goal.

Steven Lustica has found a fourth A-League home, signing for the Western Sydney Wanderers on a two-year deal.

The talented 25-year-old was released by Brisbane Roar at the end of the 2015-16 season and will help fill the midfield hole at the Wanderers left by departing Spaniard Andreu.

"It didn't take a lot of convincing to see what's happening at the Wanderers with the set-up there, the club is growing every year and it's something that I wanted to be a part of," Lustica said.

Lustica is Wanderers...

John Aloisi backs Brisbane Roar's Jamie Maclaren for Socceroos debut

Brisbane Roar striker Jamie Maclaren is likely to earn his first cap for Australia against England.

Brisbane Roar coach Aloisi says Jamie Maclaren will have no problem handling the pressure of a Socceroos debut against England later this month if coach Ange Postecoglou decides to throw him in the deep end.

With the likes of Tim Cahill, Nathan Burns and Apostolos Giannou unavailable for selection, Maclaren is one of only two strikers included in Postecoglou's 23-man squad for the high-profile friendly at Sunderland's Stadium of Light.

The other is Tomi Juric, who has only just returned to full...

CEO David Pourre quits A-League club Brisbane Roar

Brisbane Roar fans
David Pourre's management skills helped keep Brisbane Roar afloat during their financial crisis last year.

Brisbane Roar fans have been assured the A-League club will continue to run smoothly despite the departure of the man who almost single-handedly guided them through their financial crisis last year.

Chief executive David Pourre has resigned from his role at the Roar to take up a new opportunity outside of the sports industry.

But Pourre will stay on as a member of a new advisory board and also help install a new CEO, chairman Rahim Soekasah said in an email to members.

Pourre was instrumental in...

WSW's Mitch Nichols cops FFA fine for taunting Brisbane Roar fans

Mitch Nichols
Mitch Nichols celebrates after Western Sydney's dramatic semifinal win over Brisbane.

Western Sydney Wanderers playmaker Mitch Nichols has been fined AU$1,000 for his offensive gesture towards Brisbane fans following last month's thrilling A-League semifinal win over the Roar.

Football Federation Australia (FFA) cited Nichols after the former long-serving Brisbane player ran 50 metres at Pirtek Stadium to deliver the offensive gesture and blow kisses towards the Brisbane fans.

Despite the Roar filing a formal complaint, Nichols remained free to play in the Grand Final against Adelaide...

 By Rob Brooks

A-League Report Cards: Adelaide United top the class, CCM fail

Adelaide United has claimed its first A-League title with a 3-1 victory over the Western Sydney Wanderers in the Grand Final.

Rob Brooks casts his eye over the best and worst of the 2015-16 A-League season.

ADELAIDE UNITED
Grade: A+
Regular season finish: First
Top goal-scorer: Bruce Djite (11)
Player of the season: Isaias. The Spaniard blended dogged defence with expert distribution, and scored from a sublime free kick in the Grand Final.
Overall: The Reds collected the premiership/championship double on the back of an astonishing run which saw them lose just one of their last 21 matches. That did not seem likely after...