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Brosque calls on A-League to scrap Grand Final

Departing legend Alex Brosque has suggested scrapping the A-League playoffs and Grand Final after Sydney FC's win on penalties over Perth Glory in this year's showpiece event.

Last year's championship failure didn't sit comfortably with Brosque and neither did this year's win, even though his team took the title over the regular season's top performers.

And Brosque has suggested doing away with the A-League finals series -- and with it the premiership -- while awarding the title of champions to...

Dino Djulbic's long road from war-torn youth to A-League Grand Final

Outgoing Bayern Munch winger Franck Ribery leaves the door open to joining former Bayern Munich star Markus Babbel at the Wanderers.

When Perth Glory defender Dino Djulbic steps out for Sunday's A-League Grand Final against Sydney, his late father Esad will be at the forefront of his mind.

Djulbic was just nine years old when he and his family fled war-torn Bosnia. His father stayed behind to fight in the war.

A few months later, Djulbic was given the devastating news that his father had died. For three long months Djulbic and his family grieved until a phone call changed their lives forever.

"Someone rang up and said that he's...

Sam Kerr set to make history at Dolan Warren Awards

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Matildas captain Sam Kerr could write a piece of Australian football history on Monday night at the Dolan Warren Awards in Sydney.

The awards night will bestow the Johnny Warren Medal to the A-League's best player, and the Julie Dolan Medal to their counterpart in the W-League.

Kerr, after another prolific season for Perth Glory, could be the first person -- male or female -- to win the most prestigious individual prize in Australian football three times.

The 25-year-old, currently in action for...