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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
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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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Former Getafe winger Diego Castro joins Perth Glory for new season

Diego Castro played a decade in the top two divisions of his native Spain and faced up to Real Madrid.

Perth Glory have become the latest A-League club to sign a Spanish player with the arrival of former La Liga winger Diego Castro Gimenez as their marquee player for the 2015-16 season.

The 33-year-old is a veteran of a decade in the top two divisions of Spanish football with Sporting Gijon, Getafe and Malaga.

Castro is known for his goal-scoring prowess, striking 39 times in 170 games at Gijon and on 18 occasions in 129 matches for Getafe, his most recent club.

Perth Glory owner Tony Sage hailed...

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Jamie Harnwell cuts ties with Perth Glory over W-League fallout

Former Perth Glory star Jamie Harnwell guided the club to a surprise W-League Premiers Plate win last season.

Perth Glory legend Jamie Harnwell has described being asked to re-apply for his job as W-League coach as "a kick in the guts", prompting the former player to cut his ties with the Western Australian club.

Glory last week took over control of the their women's side, who had been previously run by Football West, the state's governing body. Harnwell was coach for four years and took the side to last season's W-League Grand Final after winning the Premiers' Plate.

"I'm not going to apply, I've had enough...

 By Jason Dasey

Ex-Perth Glory boss Alistair Edwards working miracles at Real Mulia

Former Malaysia Cup hero Alistair Edwards is now Technical Director at Malaysian third tier side Real Mulia, Photo credit: Real Mulia FC.

Former Australia striker Alistair Edwards has scaled the heights of Asian and international football, winning a major Cup final, representing his country at senior level in Argentina and coaching in the A-League.

Now he's at a little-known Malaysian third division club, expected to work wonders -- and yet he wouldn't want it any other way.

Since January, the one-time lethal forward of Singapore and Malaysia -- and, more recently, head coach of Perth Glory -- has been Technical Director of fledgling...

Melbourne Victory reach A-League grand final with win over City

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ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson preview the Australian A-League Grand final between Melbourne Victory and Sydney FC, a final which may have been waiting for quite some time.

MELBOURNE, Australia -- The Melbourne Victory advanced to their first A-League grand final in five years with a 3-0 win over crosstown rival Melbourne City on Friday.

Besart Berisha and Kosta Barbarouses put the Victory into a comfortable lead within 30 minutes.

Archie Thompson added the third Victory goal with three minutes remaining in front of 50,871 spectators.

The Victory, who finished in first place during the regular season, will play the winner of Saturday's other...

 By Jason Dasey

How former Spurs star Gary Stevens went from hero to zero in Thailand

Former England defender Gary Stevens was 'rested' by TPL side Army United. Photo credit: Paul Murphy

The increasingly fleeting nature of professional football is often in contrast to the longer term loyalty of fans. That was underlined last weekend when an admirer of ex-England defender-turned-coach Gary Stevens flew 9500 kilometres to see his hero on the touchlines for Thai Premier League club Army United FC.

Little did the traveller know that former Tottenham Hotspur star Stevens had been "rested" by the club just 24 hours before Army's Saturday trip to BEC Tero Sasana.

"Rested" is the new buzzword...