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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2015/2016 Season

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4 Melbourne C 13 5 9 44
5 Perth Glory 13 4 10 43
6 Melbourne V 11 8 8 41
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Rhys Williams still harbours Socceroos, Premier League dreams

Rhys Williams
Rhys Williams' Middlesbrough career was cruelled by a succession of achilles injuries.

Forgotten Socceroo Rhys Williams has put his international dreams on the backburner while he attempts to reignite his stalled career at Perth in the A-League.

Williams has been ravaged by injuries over the past three years, with two achilles tendon ruptures cutting short his promising career at Middlesbrough -- a club he once captained.

The 27-year-old still harbours dreams of playing in the Premier League, and featuring for the Socceroos again.

But for the moment, it's all about playing soccer...

Perth Glory coach Kenny Lowe handed two-year contract extension

Perth Glory coach Kenny Lowe and Andy Keogh
Perth Glory coach Kenny Lowe has signed on for two more years.

Perth Glory's bid to become the best team in the A-League is a step closer after re-signing coach Kenny Lowe, but former Socceroos goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer won't be part of the club's bold plans.

Lowe's two-year contract extension ties him to the club until the end of the 2018-19 season, putting him on track to eclipse Mich d'Avray (2001-04) as Glory's longest-serving coach.

The 54-year-old has played a key role in assembling one of the best squads in the A-League, with his previous stint at the...

Perth Glory re-sign A-League player of the season Diego Castro

Perth Glory's Diego Castro
Perth Glory have re-signed Diego Castro for the 2016-17 season.

Perth Glory have re-signed the A-League's player of the season, Diego Castro, for the 2016-17 campaign.

The Spanish winger who scored 13 goals last season, went on to be named the A-League's player of the year and has signed on to stay with the club for the 2016-17 season.

"After the year we've just had, I feel we have a lot of unfinished business at Perth Glory and I want to win a championship," Castro said.

"Nothing more would make me happy than to be part of a revitalised team that's ready to...

 By Rob Brooks

A-League Report Cards: Adelaide United top the class, CCM fail

Adelaide United has claimed its first A-League title with a 3-1 victory over the Western Sydney Wanderers in the Grand Final.

Rob Brooks casts his eye over the best and worst of the 2015-16 A-League season.

ADELAIDE UNITED
Grade: A+
Regular season finish: First
Top goal-scorer: Bruce Djite (11)
Player of the season: Isaias. The Spaniard blended dogged defence with expert distribution, and scored from a sublime free kick in the Grand Final.
Overall: The Reds collected the premiership/championship double on the back of an astonishing run which saw them lose just one of their last 21 matches. That did not seem likely after...




 By PA Sport

Perth Glory signs Socceroo Chris Herd after Chesterfield exit

Chris Herd
Chris Herd made 24 appearances for Chesterfield during his short stint at the club.

Midfielder Chris Herd has left Chesterfield to join Australian A-League side Perth Glory.

The former Aston Villa trainee was signed by previous Spireites boss Dean Saunders in September on a contract until January, with his stay at the Proact Stadium then extended for the remainder of the campaign.

But with Chesterfield having just one League One match left to play, and with their survival now assured, Australian Herd has been allowed to leave and return to his homeland to realise an ambition to...