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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Adelaide Utd 0 0 0 0
2 Brisbane 0 0 0 0
3 CC Mariners 0 0 0 0
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Brisbane Roar owners to do damage control after Daniel Cobb exit

Australian head coach Ange Postecoglou says the A-League matches up with the likes of overseas leagues.
Brisbane Roar fans
A local consortium are ready to step in and help crisis-hit club Brisbane Roar.

The parlous state of Brisbane's finances is set to be laid bare as the embattled A-League club begin sifting through the wreckage of Daniel Cobb's reign as managing director.

AAP understands the Roar are on the brink of financial collapse unless owners the Bakrie Group can provide an instant and significant cash injection to the club.

Cobb was sacked on Wednesday by the Bakrie Group.

The extent of the problems he has left behind are only just coming to light.

With six weeks to go until the start...

Australian Consortium keen on buying over A-League side Brisbane Roar

Australian head coach Ange Postecoglou says the A-League matches up with the likes of overseas leagues.
Brisbane Roar fans
A local consortium are ready to step in and help crisis-hit club Brisbane Roar.

A local consortium is waiting in the wings to rescue crisis-torn A-League club Brisbane Roar.

AAP understands a group of Brisbane business identities is prepared to buy the club and pick up the pieces following the farcical reign of Daniel Cobb, sacked as Roar managing director on Wednesday by owners the Bakrie Group.

The new consortium has been active for several weeks and is organised by former state politician Robert Cavallucci, who had been part of an advisory board set up by former Roar CEO...

Daniel Cobb quits Brisbane Roar as Bakrie Group crisis gets out of control

Tim Cahill has added some star power to the A-League for the upcoming season.
Brisbane Roar fans
Brisbane Roar's financial crisis deepens.

Daniel Cobb has quit as Brisbane's managing director and says he will submit a final "take it or leave it" offer to buy the A-League club from their Indonesian owners.

In an escalation of the crisis surrounding the three-time A-League champions, Cobb claimed he had paid the Roar's bills -- including player and staff wages -- out of his own pocket for the past three days but was no longer willing to work with the Bakrie Group .

It comes after Cobb's accusations that the Bakries had reneged on a promise...

Brisbane Roar's Daniel Cobb set for showdown with Indonesian owners

ESPN's Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson discuss how Tim Cahill will fair with his new club of Melbourne City in the A-League.
Brisbane Roar fans
Brisbane Roar's preseason has been shrouded with controversies.

Brisbane Roar managing director Daniel Cobb is set for a showdown with the A-League side's Indonesian owners after accusing them of failing to inject $1.1 million into the club as promised.

Cobb met with Football Federation Australia chief executive David Gallop on Tuesday to discuss the numerous issues currently plaguing the Roar, including Monday's failure to pay monthly wages to players and staff on time.

All club employees have now been paid and all superannuation payments are up to date, according...

PFA slam crisis-hit Brisbane Roar for late wages to players and staff

ESPN's Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson discuss how Tim Cahill will fair with his new club of Melbourne City in the A-League.
Brisbane Roar fans
Brisbane Roar's preseason has been shrouded with controversies.

The A-League players' union says it is "unacceptable" players and staff at Brisbane Roar have been paid late once again.

Employees at the Roar were due their monthly wages on Monday but they weren't delivered due to a "technical" glitch, according to under-fire managing director Daniel Cobb.

As of Tuesday, all bar one player has been paid, while the status of payments to other club staff is unknown.

Professional Footballers Australia (PFA) has also revealed the Roar is one month behind on superannuation...