2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
1-3-2, 10th in Australian A-League Men
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3dAnte Jukic

Do A-Leagues know what to do with players?

Is recruitment in Australian football geared to cap facilitation or balancing profiles, player attributes and ceilings, and potential earnings?

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Mariners pile more ALM misery on Wanderers

Cy Goddard's first A-League Men's goal and a curling free kick from Oliver Bozanic sealed a 2-0 win for Central Coast over Western Sydney.

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Woe for Wanderers as Bulls claim ALM win

Macarthur FC cranked up the pressure on Western Sydney Wanderers coach Carl Robinson after they claimed a 2-0 win in the A-League Men.

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Western Sydney held to draw by Newcastle

Western Sydney coach Carl Robinson had to thank two defensive blunders from his old side Newcastle as the Wanderers laboured to a 2-2 draw.

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63dJoey Lynch

Teething issues mar A-League Men's new dawn

The weekend served as a potent reminder that not every premiere is a pretty one. On and off the pitch, this A-Leagues reboot has its question marks.

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68dJoey Lynch and Ante Jukic

A-League Men club-by-club guide

After an offseason of twists and turns, the ALM is finally set to return on Friday. Here's all you need to know ahead of the 2021-22 campaign.

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A-League Men introduces two-leg semifinals

Australia's A-League Men introduces two-leg semi-finals for the playoffs, to give more of an advantage to the top two teams from regular season.

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Wanderers dealt damaging loss vs. Phoenix

Wellington Phoenix dealt Western Sydney a major A-League blow with a 2-1 win at Bankwest Stadium all but ending the Wanderers' finals hopes.

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Western Sydney Wanderers sign Scott McDonald

Western Sydney Wanderers have signed former Brisbane Roar attacker Scott McDonald on a short-term deal, the A-League club announced on Wednesday.

RankingsAustralian A-League Men

Goal Difference-210th
Goals Scored7Tied-7th
Goals Conceded9Tied-7th