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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
7 Perth Glory 6 4 8 22
8 N'castle Jet 5 5 9 20
9 Wellington P 4 4 10 16
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 By Rob Brooks

Melbourne derby headlines A-League as Western Sydney pay price for fans

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson look ahead to the nineteenth round of matches in the Australian A-League.

On-field intrigue has again paired with off-field drama in the A-League this week. Here are five things to watch out for in what promises to be a dramatic round 19:

1. More than just pride on the line

There is no doubt the Melbourne derby has developed into one of the most eagerly anticipated battles on the A-League calendar, and this week's latest instalment is no exception.

That Socceroo defender Alex Wilkinson has recently opted to sign for Melbourne City over Melbourne Victory and will likely...

Newcastle Jets' Milos Trifunovic on 'a different level' - Scott Miller

Milos Trifunovic, right, has now scored in three out of his last four games.

Scott Miller has backed Newcastle Jets striker Milos Trifunovic after the Serbian's brace sealed a 2-1 upset over A-League title-chasers Melbourne City.

Trifunovic, 31, had failed to find the back of the net for seven round but has now scored in three out of his last four games.

Bruno Fornaroli utilised his individual class to peg back the deficit for a 10-man City, but it was not enough for the visitors to grab even a point from the A-League strugglers.

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Trifunovic's tally has climbed to eight...

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Milos Trifunovic brace for Newcastle Jets stuns Melbourne City in A-League

Milos Trifunovic (right) scored twice for Newcastle Jets against Melbourne City FC.

Melbourne City FC suffered a surprise 2-1 defeat at Newcastle Jets in the A-League on Sunday.

City, who are third in the 10-team division, had Jacob Melling sent off in the second half in a disappointing result for John van 't Schip's side.

Milos Trifunovic broke the deadlock for the Jets from the penalty spot early in the second half before doubling his side's lead on 72 minutes.

 By Rob Brooks

From Jets to Sydney for Carney as Garcia looks for more A-League goals

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson preview Round 18 in the Australia A-League, and discuss David Carney's move to Sydney FC.

January saw a flurry of player movement between A-League clubs.

As the teams prepare for round 18 to kick-off, here are five thoughts on the winners and losers of the transfer window:

1. Jets and City lighten the load

The two clubs, who saw last-minute action during the transfer window, will face-off in the final match of the round on Sunday. Newcastle Jets released David Carney to join Sydney FC, hours before the window closed, as Melbourne City did the same for midfielder Erik Paartalu.

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Newcastle's David Carney returns home to Sydney FC in A-League

David Carney has re-joined Sydney FC from Newcastle Jets.

Former Socceroo David Carney has re-joined Sydney FC from A-League rivals Newcastle Jets.

Carney, 32, was part of Sydney's inaugural championship win in the 2005-06 season, scoring seven goals in 38 appearances between 2005 to 2007.

Having spent a large part of his career across various European leagues and also Major League Soccer with the New York Red Bulls, Carney returned to Australia in 2014 to sign for the Jets.

Carney will join the squad immediately and will be available for Sydney's trip...