The A-league's regular season is coming to an end. Before finals football and a topsy-turvy offseason, it's time for another recap.
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With every team back in action, movers and shakers, contenders and pretenders, buyers and sellers have all begun to appear. It's the A-League recap!
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The FFA has confirmed that the A-League will resume on Friday after a 4-month hiatus, with three Melbourne teams in quarantine at a hub in Sydney.
The remainder of the A-League season will play out mainly in NSW because of government travel restrictions imposed to curb the spread of COVID-19.
A-League team will return to training this week after players agreed to a pay-cut but a broadcast deal has yet to be finalised.
Details are yet to be confirmed, but the hub model is thought be the preferred option, with Sydney the front-runner to host the remaining fixtures.
Alen Stajcic says there has never been a more important time for Australia's football leaders to come up with a plan that everyone can support.
Central Coast have become the second A-League club to stand down players and staff as the financial pitch of the coronavirus pandemic hits.
Melbourne City marksman Jamie Maclaren has scored a hat-trick to inspire a 4-2 away win over Central Coast in the first A-League match with no fans.
A condensed A-League season looks set to play out almost entirely in Sydney and Melbourne under a revamped schedule that is close to finalisation.
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Australia's top league continued amid the coronavirus outbreak, as Brisbane beat Central Coast.
Melbourne Victory's chances of playing finals football this season are effectively over, with a Robbie Kruse-sized hole in attack yet to be filled.
Wellington continued their march towards the A-League finals with a 3-1 win over Central Coast on Sunday.
Max Burgess belatedly opened his A-League scoring account in style with a first-half hat-trick in Western United's drought-breaking 6-2 win.
Sydney FC have bounced back from their heavy Asian Champions League loss with a 3-0 victory over Central Coast in Gosford.
Mohamed Toure, 15, became the youngest goal scorer in A-League history as Adelaide United beat Central Coast Mariners 2-0.
Newcastle may just have opened up a dam after finally ending a seven-game winless drought with a scrappy 4-3 derby win over Central Coast.
Western Sydney Wanderers scored their first win under caretaker coach Jean Paul de Marigny with a 3-1 victory over Central Coast Mariners.
Brisbane moved into the top-six and held on to their 17-match undefeated A-League record against Central Coast with a tense 1-0 win in Gosford.
Western United have burst back to form but their 3-0 win over Central Coast has been soured by an injury to mercurial captain Alessandro Diamanti.
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