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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

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6 N'castle Jet 0 0 0 0
7 Perth Glory 0 0 0 0
8 Sydney FC 0 0 0 0
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Josh Risdon called up to the Socceroos as Bailey Wright's injury replacement

Andy Keogh & Josh Risdon
Perth Glory's Josh Risdon, right, has been called into the Australia squad to face Iraq and the U.A.E.

A toe injury has forced defender Bailey Wright out of the Socceroos squad for the World Cup qualifiers against Iraq and the United Arab Emirates.

Coach Ange Postecoglou ruled England-based Wright out on Sunday, calling in Perth Glory's Josh Risdon to replace him.

"Bailey has a minor injury that he has been nursing and although he played for Preston overnight we thought it better for him to stay in the U.K.," Postecoglou said.

"We have two tough matches in quick succession and will need everyone...

Western Australia push to launch a second Perth A-League team

Perth Glory fans
A Perth A-League derby could be on the cards in the near future.

A second Perth-based team could be introduced in the A-League within the next three years if an ambitious plan by Football West comes to fruition.

The governing body of Western Australia soccer wants to secure a second A-League licence for Perth, and it believes it can have a team up and running in the next three to five years.

Football West chairman Liam Twigger believes a second Perth-based side would boost soccer's footprint in WA, and increase interest in Australia's top-tier competition.

Tim Cahill has added some star power to the A-League for the upcoming season.

"We...

A-League side Perth Glory sign Serbia international Milan Smiljanic

Serbian midfielder Milan Smiljanic
Perth Glory have signed Serbian international midfielder Milan Smiljanic as their final visa spot.

Perth have filled their last visa spot with the signing of Serbian international midfielder Milan "Lola" Smiljanic for the upcoming A-League season.

The Swedish-born 29-year-old, heads to the Glory following stints with Belgrade powerhouse FK Partizan, La Liga side Espanyol and, more recently, Israeli outfit Maccabi Netnaya.

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts assess the shocking defeats of Adelaide United and Central Coast to semi-pro sides in the FFA Cup.

Smiljanic is the second Serbian player set to wear the Glory jersey this season, joining compatriot Nebo Marinkovic.

The pair played together at FK Partizan and also represented...

Diego Castro's absence won't hurt Perth Glory - Kenny Lowe

Perth Glory's Diego Castro
Diego Castro made 26 appearances for Perth Glory last season, scoring 13 goals.

Perth Glory hopes it will be a case of no Diego Castro, no worries when they take on Brisbane Roar in Wednesday night's FFA Cup showdown at Ballymore Stadium.

Castro was the star of the A-League last season, winning the Johnny Warren Medal as the competition's best player.

The 34-year-old Spaniard has re-signed with Glory for the coming season, but he won't arrive in Perth until later in August after being granted extra leave during the preseason.

Glory coach Kenny Lowe has assembled a star-studded...

 By Nicolas Anil

Former Selangor hero David Mitchell keen on role after Zainal exit

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey gives an inside look at the 2015 Malaysia Cup final as Selangor were crowned champions for the 33rd time.

Former Selangor and Australia striker David Mitchell who is now a Malaysia-based coach
David Mitchell believes he and Mehmet Durakovic could be a Selangor dream team.

Malaysia Cup winner David Mitchell believes he could forge a dream combination with former teammate Mehmet Durakovic and turn Selangor into a formidable force once again.

The two Australians played side-by-side when Selangor won the 1995 edition, with Mitchell scoring the first ever Golden Goal in a Malaysia Cup final to inspire the Red Giants to a 1-0 triumph over Pahang.

With Zainal Abidin Hassan sacked on Sunday after four consecutive losses, and a replacement yet to be found, the former Chelsea...