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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
7 Perth Glory 0 0 0 0
8 Sydney FC 0 0 0 0
9 Wellington P 0 0 0 0
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 By Nicolas Anil

Ken Ilso, Zach Anderson to leave Malaysia Cup champions Kedah

Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson break down Singapore and Malaysia's recent poor home outing in the Asian Cup.
Malaysia midfielder Brendan Gan opens up about his recovery from knee injury, free agency and his ambition for a comeback.
ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson look ahead to Selangor's clash against Kedah, while JDT travel to Melaka United.

Kedah must brace themselves for a rebuilding phase ahead of their 2018 campaign after striker Ken Ilso and defender Zac Anderson announced their departures at the end of this season.

The key import players released the news over the weekend after the 3-2 victory over Selangor in the quarterfinals of the Malaysia Cup.

Given that Kedah will contest the AFC Cup next season, it came as a surprise for the team who are reigning Malaysia FA Cup and Malaysia Cup champions.

The state side are also second...

 By AAP

A-League champs Sydney FC will be better than last year - Graham Arnold

Steve Corica & Graham Arnold
Coach Graham Arnold, right, says Sydney FC are looking forward to facing reigning FFA Cup champions Melbourne City.

Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold believes he has an even better squad at his disposal now than the one that swept the A-League last season as they hunt the only piece of silverware that eluded them.

The Sky Blues take on FFA Cup holders Melbourne City in Wednesday night's quarterfinal at Leichhardt Oval.

It is a rematch of last year's tournament decider, which City won 1-0 -- one of only two losses Sydney suffered across their 2016-17 campaign.

Arnold has a fully fit squad of 20 players, and after...

 By AAP

Luke Wilkshire, Adrian Mierzejewski set to make Sydney FC debuts

David Carney says he's happy with his decision to leave the Newcastle Jets after winning the A-League grand final with Sydney FC.

Sydney FC will roll out key signings Luke Wilkshire and Adrian Mierzejewski in Tuesday's FFA Cup clash, with Graham Arnold keen to put A-League rivals on notice.

The Sky Blues lost just two games during their 2016-17 campaign that broke all manner of records and ended with both the A-League championship and premiership. The first defeat was in last year's FFA Cup final.

Sydney FC coach Arnold has spoken about his desire to capture that silverware, which his team will be one step closer to if they...

 By AAP

Poland international Adrian Mierzejewski joins Sydney FC

Adrian Mierzejewski
Adrian Mierzejewski, 30, brings a wealth of AFC Champions League experience to A-League champions Sydney FC.

Sydney FC have announced a deal with Poland international winger Adrian Mierzejewski.

The 30-year-old winger has signed a three-year contract with the A-League champions, in what coach Graham Arnold has described as a "major coup."

"He is a player I believe will add more of the x-factor to our front line," Arnold said.

"After speaking to Adrian, he ticked all the boxes with his character and I look forward to working with him."

Former Polonia Warsaw ace Mierzejewski was the Polish league's Player...

 By AAP

Sydney FC close to signing 'outstanding' player - Graham Arnold

Steve Corica & Graham Arnold
Sydney FC boss Graham Arnold, right, is busy planning his A-League title defence.

Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold believes he's close to landing an "outstanding" signing that will help push the A-League record-breakers beyond their feats of last season.

The reigning champion coach was talking confidently ahead of his side's first competitive hit-out of the season.

The Sky Blues head to the Northern Territory for the first time in the club's history for their FFA Cup round of 32 clash with Darwin Rovers.

That trip will come too soon for a new signing or two, but Arnold said there...