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 By Rob Brooks

Western Sydney and Adelaide set for Spanish-themed A-League Grand Final

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts preview the A-League grand final clash between Western Sydney Wanderers and Adelaide United.

History will be made in the A-League this weekend as Adelaide United and Western Sydney Wanderers contest the Grand Final on Sunday. Neither team has won the championship before, but either would be a worthy winner.

Here are five things to keep an eye on as these two sides do battle one last time this season:

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1. Wanderers' emotional high must be sustained

At 3-0 down after 23 minutes in their semifinal at home to Brisbane Roar, Western Sydney Wanderers' fans could scarcely believe what they were...

Gabe Marzano embodies Anzac spirit, pursues Sydney challenge

Gabrielle Marzano of Brisbane Roar and Elizabeth Milne of Adelaide United challenge for the ball during the round three W-League match on November 1, 2015
Gabe Marzano balances her defence force commitments with a promising career in the W-League.

The history of serving sportsmen is well documented, all the way back to World War I and the birth of the Anzac legend. The concept of women in that arena is a much more recent development.

Courage, initiative, respect and teamwork are core values of the Australian Armed Services. Coupled with attributes, such as the will-to-win, dedication to duty, honour, honesty and mateship, it is easy to see why a soldier embodies the qualities also desired by elite sporting teams.

Footballer Gabrielle 'Gabe'...

 By John Duerden

Top five matchups in 2018 AFC World Cup final round qualification

South Korea manager Uli Stielike assesses his side's draw in the third round of AFC World Cup Qualifying.

Now that the draw for the 2018 AFC World Cup final qualifying round is out, it is time to take a closer look into which of the region's top players will be up against one another as the games play out.

There will be some fascinating matchups over the coming months, as the best teams on the continent fight it out over the course of 10 games.

Only four Asian nations will be guaranteed World Cup spots, with another two facing more playoffs for a chance to make it to Russia 2018.

The matches begin in...

Ange Postecoglou, Australia confident ahead of World Cup qualifying draw

Asia's heavyweights still stand between the Socceroos and a fourth consecutive World Cup, but coach Ange Postecoglou is quick to point out that his side is one of those big hitters.

And far from being fearful of drawing tough opponents in the last qualifying phase, he's betting that most will be praying they won't have to face Australia.

The Socceroos' final tasks will become known in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday when the 12 remaining Asian confederation countries are drawn into two groups of six for...

 By Jason Dasey

Ange Postecoglou on verge of becoming Australia's greatest coach

Head coach Ange Postecoglou sits down with ESPN FC's Jason Dasey to discuss the future of Australia's national football team.

Last August's AFC national coaches conference gave a hint of Ange Postecoglou's growing stature as one of Asia's top football brains. Gerard Houllier and Carlos Queiroz were supposed to be the star attractions, but the appearance of the Australian boss in Kuala Lumpur arguably created more interest.

Houllier won five major trophies with Liverpool but he did have Steven Gerrard, Michael Owen and Robbie Fowler in his squad. As Sir Alex Ferguson's long-time assistant, Queiroz was part of one of Manchester...

FFA's failure to fund Matildas training camp all down to poor planning

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Leena Khamis, left, and Kyah Simon, right, stretch during a Matildas team training session.

Newsflash: Australia's top ranked football side can't afford a training camp. Really?

After climbing to fifth in the FIFA Women's World Rankings, there is apparently not enough money in the kitty at the moment to gather the Matildas together for a camp to prepare for the Olympic Games.

Yes, this is the same Matildas side welcomed home with great fanfare from the qualifying tournament in Japan just a fortnight ago, when it seemed everyone wanted a piece of the action.

The Prime Minister of Australia...