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Kuzmanovski, Gameiro, Colazo, Rose released by Melbourne City

Nicolas Colazo
Former Boca Juniors player Nicolas Colazo failed to shine in the A-League this season.

The off-season cull has begun at Melbourne City, with four players leaving the A-League club.

Sidelined pair Steve Kuzmanovski and Corey Gameiro -- who both missed the 2016-17 campaigns with ACL injuries will not see their contracts renewed.

Marquee winger Nicolas Colazo and veteran fullback Josh Rose have also reached the end of their playing deals and have left the club.

The decision...

Tim Cahill labels Melbourne City's season a 'failure' after finals exit

Tim Cahill has been shattered by Melbourne City's early A-League finals exit, calling on the club to hold underperformers accountable.

At their time of reckoning, City were lacklustre and timid in Sunday night's elimination final with Perth Glory.

The 2-0 loss means City make their earliest finals exit in three years.

Socceroos great Cahill confesses to being dumbstruck by the defeat, because the club had the talent to be champions.

"I can't believe the season's over. I honestly can't," Cahill said...

Melbourne City credits 'nutcase' Dino Djulbic for Perth's elimination final win

Melbourne City defender Michael Jakobsen and manager Michael Valkanis have both singled out Dino Djulbic as Perth Glory's elimination final matchwinner.

The veteran defender was a major difference between the two sides, putting in an inspired shift at the heart of Perth's defence at AAMI Park.

He was disciplined, subduing star City man Bruno Fornaroli in Glory's 2-0 win.

He was poised, switching to mark Tim Cahill -- the competition's most deadly aerial threat -- at set pieces.

And he was crazy-brave,...

Tim Cahill warns opponents not to underestimate Melbourne City

Tim Cahill has dared A-League opponents to write off Melbourne City for the title.

The odds are stacked against City, who face Perth on Sunday night in an elimination final for a place in the final four.

They've beaten top-six opposition just twice all season, the last being three months ago -- a 1-0 win over Western Sydney.

And City have losing form against the Glory -- the latest of two losses this season coming last Sunday in a madcap 5-4 loss in Western Australia.

Despite the ominous record,...