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Perak want stadium ban lifted for MSL opener against Pahang

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Perak are hoping to have their stadium ban lifted for Saturday's opening game against Pahang.

Perak are fighting to open their 2017 Malaysia Super League campaign against Pahang in front of a capacity crowd on Saturday, instead of an empty stadium, after they were penalised by the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM).

The silver state were fined RM47,500 and given a three-match stadium ban, starting with the 2017 MSL. That followed violent scenes on Aug. 6 last year, which saw their fans clash with Johor Darul Ta'zim supporters.

"We have already appealed, and are waiting to hear the...

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Coutinho demands focus from Liverpool to achieve 'big objectives'

Jurgen Klopp feels his Liverpool side deserved a better result, but is still proud of the attitude he saw from his players.

Brazil forward Coutinho has called for his Liverpool teammates to keep their focus in order to achieve the club's "big objectives" this season.

The 24-year-old recently returned from an ankle injury and came on in the 61st minute in the 1-1 draw on Sunday away to Manchester United at Old Trafford.

Despite taking a lead through a James Milner penalty, United managed a late equaliser through Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Coutinho reckons his team need to rediscover their form to curb a four-game winless streak...

Adelaide chairman Greg Griffin slams FFA over Asian import quota

Adelaide chairman Greg Griffin
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A fuming Griffin claimed clubs are stridently opposed to FFA's decision to introduce a four plus one quota rule from the 2018-19 season, and accused the governing body of acting on political motivations.

The pending change, confirmed by FFA chief executive David Gallop and subject to final review at the end of 2017-18, will not impact clubs' current quota of five foreigners but means one of those players must come from an Asian Football Confederation (AFC) members federation.

It will move Australia's...

Phoenix face season-defining game against Victory - Chris Greenacre

Wellington Phoenix's Chris Greenacre
Chris Greenacre is hoping the Wellington Phoenix can come away with a good result against Melbourne Victory.

Wellington Phoenix face a season-defining game against Melbourne Victory in Tuesday's A-League catch-up match, co-coach Chris Greenacre believes.

Three days after downing the Central Coast Mariners 1-0 at Westpac Stadium, Wellington host the second-placed Victory in a game rescheduled following the magnitude 7.8 Kaikoura earthquake in mid-November.

The Phoenix then go on to host Brisbane Roar on Saturday, completing three games in eight days, and eyeing the chance to move up the ladder from seventh...

Striker Ben Litfin quits Wellington Phoenix to return to Australia

Benjamin Litfin
Ben Litfin will return to Australia in search of more game time.

Former Gold Coast City striker Ben Litfin is leaving the Wellington Phoenix three months after he arrived and will look for a regular football gig in Australia.

The diminutive 21-year-old was signed by Ernie Merrick last October but Merrick has since left the A-League club.

Litfin has terminated his contract by mutual consent and has returned to Australia in a bid to find regular football, Phoenix said on Sunday.

"I enjoyed my time at the Phoenix but when I realised how hard it would be to force...

Brisbane Roar still A-League contender - Thomas Kristensen

Brisbane Roar's Thomas Kristensen
Thomas Kristensen is confident the Brisbane Roar can still challenge for the A-League title.

Poor results and contract dramas have darkened the mood at Brisbane Roar but veteran Thomas Kristensen says they're refusing to let their A-League ambitions fall by the wayside.

The Roar's 3-2 loss to Melbourne Victory last week -- their third defeat in a row -- has left them 11 points adrift of second spot and 16 points behind runaway ladder leaders Sydney FC.

They face the Wellington Phoenix on Saturday at Westpac Stadium, a venue where they have not tasted victory in more than three years.

It...