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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Melbourne City strengthen grip on playoff place against Brisbane Roar

Melbourne CIty celebrate their win over defending champions Brisbane Roar.

Melbourne City ground out a 1-0 home victory over Brisbane Roar to reinforce their hold on a playoff place.

The victory puts sixth-placed Melbourne eight points ahead of reigning champions Brisbane with just five games remaining, although there is only one place between the teams in the table.

The decisive goal was scored by Jonatan Germano early on, and a Roar side missing Thomas Broich and...

Former Brisbane Roar manager Mike Mulvey takes over as Sabah coach

Mike Mulvey has been appointed head coach of Malaysian side Sabah FA soon after becoming technical director.

Former Brisbane Roar boss Mike Mulvey has taken over as head coach of Sabah FA, less than a month after accepting a technical director role at the Malaysian Premier League club.

Mulvey has replaced local coach Justin Ganai who will now oversee Sabah's President's Cup side.

Sources tell ESPN FC that Mulvey has been unofficially coaching Sabah in their most recent matches which saw a 4-1 victory over Kuala Lumpur SPA on March 6 and a 2-0 win against Kuantan FA on March 13.

Sabah are in first place...

Western Sydney off bottom of A-League thanks to Kerem Bulut brace

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Kerem Bulut celebrates one of the two goals he scored in a thumping victory.

Western Sydney Wanderers climbed off the bottom of the A-League standings on Wednesday with a thumping 4-1 win at the Brisbane Roar.

Nikita Rukavytsya put the struggling visitors ahead with a first-time finish after 20 minutes and, although Jonathan Aspropotamitis' own goal got the hosts level in the 41st minute, Kerem Bulut restored the Warriors' advantage before the interval and they never looked back.

Romeo Castelen extended their advantage with a fine third goal after a great pass from Yojiro...

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Marc Janko inspires Sydney FC to thrilling victory over Brisbane Roar

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Sydney FC celebrate the victory with their supporters after the final whistle.

Marc Janko struck a hat trick as Sydney FC ran out 5-4 winners against Brisbane Roar to climb up to second in the A-League.

It was Brisbane who took an early lead, with Henrique opening the scoring inside five minutes, before Matthew Jurman netted an equaliser just two minutes later.

Janko then scored the first of his three goals from the penalty spot to edge Sydney in front, adding two more -- including another spot kick -- in the second half.

With the home side looking like strolling to victory,...

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Brandon Borrello seals Brisbane Roar vs. Western Sydney Wanderers

Brandon Borrello scored the game's only goal for Brisbane Roar against Sydney Wanderers.

Brisbane Roar continued their A-League revival with a 1-0 win over last-placed Western Sydney Wanderers.

Brandon Borrello netted the only goal of the game eight minutes after half-time as reigning champions Brisbane made it 13 points from a possible 15 since the start of February -- having previously only won three of their opening 13 matches.

The win lifts Brisbane up to sixth place, eight points behind Adelaide United in fifth but with two games still in hand.

Melbourne City had been sixth but...