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 By Rob Brooks

From Jets to Sydney for Carney as Garcia looks for more A-League goals

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson preview Round 18 in the Australia A-League, and discuss David Carney's move to Sydney FC.

January saw a flurry of player movement between A-League clubs.

As the teams prepare for round 18 to kick-off, here are five thoughts on the winners and losers of the transfer window:

1. Jets and City lighten the load

The two clubs, who saw last-minute action during the transfer window, will face-off in the final match of the round on Sunday. Newcastle Jets released David Carney to join Sydney FC, hours before the window closed, as Melbourne City did the same for midfielder Erik Paartalu.

Jets...

 By Rob Brooks

Melbourne City on the rise, Perth sign Taggart and Lowry for A-League

Have we seen the emergence of a new A-League title favourite? Round 17 will no doubt reveal more about Melbourne City's credentials.

Here are five things to watch over the coming week:

1. Fornaroli and City setting the standard

Melbourne City were irresistible in their 3-1 defeat of Wellington Phoenix last start, indicating the club is poised to finally deliver on its potential of becoming a powerhouse in Australian football and, eventually, on the regional front.

Striker Bruno Fornaroli scored...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Australian Rugby League star Robbie Farah has Steven Gerrard in his sights

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Rugby League star Robbie Farah is desperate for the chance to take on some of his Liverpool heroes.

Australian Rugby League star Robbie Farah is itching to take on the likes of Steven Gerrard, Robbie Fowler and Jamie Carragher.

The trio of ex-Liverpool players are in Sydney to partake in a Liverpool Legends vs. Australian Legends exhibition match on Thursday night, but they might find themselves lining up against a rugby player rather than some retired Socceroos.

The Wests Tigers and NSW Origin hooker is supposed to be working on the sideline as Australian Legends' manager Graham Arnold's assistant,...

 By Rob Brooks

Australian football needs new global star and lucrative TV deal in 2016

It has been a watershed year for Australian football, with the men's national team winning the AFC Asian Cup for the first time, and the women's national side reaching the 2015 World Cup quarterfinals.

But the Socceroos have since failed to achieve those same heights from January, and the A-League has missed a golden opportunity to capitalise on the national team's triumph by failing to attract star players to market the competition.

With this dichotomy of success and near misses so apparent, here...

 By John Duerden

Indonesia's FIFA ban represents an opportunity for Australian football

Australia and QPR midfielder Massimo Luongo sits down for an exclusive interview with ESPN FC's Jason Dasey to discuss his family background, life in Sydney, Indonesian food and more.

Jim Morrison once sang with The Doors: "I've been down so goddamned long, that it looks like up to me."

Indonesian fans can probably hum along to that tune. The country's international ban handed out by FIFA will soon pass the six month mark and is set to stretch into 2016, and there doesn't seem to be much urgency in football circles to shake off the shackles of suspension.

After the chaos of the past decade with the president of the Football Association of Indonesia -- the PSSI -- in jail at various...

 By Jason Dasey

Socceroos' midfielder Massimo Luongo fights for starting spot at QPR

Australia and QPR midfielder Massimo Luongo sits down for an exclusive interview with ESPN FC's Jason Dasey to discuss his family background, life in Sydney, Indonesian food and more.

LONDON -- From becoming a national hero and being named on the preliminary FIFA Ballon d'Or list, to sitting on the bench on a cold Saturday afternoon in Birmingham; Massimo Luongo's life is anything but predictable.

Nine months after his player of the tournament award as Australia won the AFC Asian Cup for the first time, the 23-year-old midfielder is still fighting to establish himself at Queens Park Rangers in the English League Championship.

Luongo made the move from third tier Swindon Town...