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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2017/2018 Season

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3 CC Mariners 0 0 0 0
4 Melbourne C 0 0 0 0
5 Melbourne V 0 0 0 0
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 By AAP

Melbourne City close in on James Troisi, sign Stefan Mauk

Melbourne City's Thomas Sorensen has revealed that lack of motivation and his health are the reasons behind his decision to retire.

Melbourne City have signed midfielder Stefan Mauk but are playing a waiting game on Socceroo James Troisi as the A-League club look to build a squad to challenge for the title.

That push might not include Anthony Caceres, however, who is reportedly hoping to move to the United Arab Emirates.

Mauk, 21, after leaving City in January last year following 47 appearances, has returned on a one-year loan deal from NEC in the Netherlands.

The bright midfielder was swapped for Adelaide United utility Osama...

 By AAP

Thomas Sorensen confirms retirement from professional football

Melbourne City's Thomas Sorensen has revealed that lack of motivation and his health are the reasons behind his decision to retire.

Thomas Sorensen has hung up his gloves but may not be lost to the A-League, as he considers a coaching role with Melbourne City.

The Danish goalkeeper announced his retirement on Monday after a decorated 24-year career, including more than a decade in the Premier League.

In his two seasons at City, Sorensen became a fan favourite.

He was named the A-League's goalkeeper of the year in his first campaign but was bizarrely overlooked in season two despite a series of howlers from first-choice custodian...

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Ivan Franjic leaves Melbourne City for K-League side Daegu FC

Ivan Franjic
Ivan Franjic made 39 appearances for Melbourne City, scoring one goal.

Asian Cup winner Ivan Franjic has left A-League club Melbourne City for a first stint in Asian football.

City have released the 29-year-old after two injury-plagued seasons to sign with Korean side Daegu FC.

He told the club's website he was eager for a new challenge.

"We know that the K-League is a high-level league," he said.

"I left Melbourne City to try myself out and to challenge myself. I will do my best to finish the season at the highest possible position of Daegu FC."

Daegu FC described...