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 By AAP

Ex-Western Sydney captain Robbie Cornthwaite: Players unhappy under Gombau

The Wanderers needed a win to advance but came away empty handed after 3-2 defeat at home.

Former Western Sydney captain Robbie Cornthwaite has delivered a biting assessment of Josep Gombau's A-League coaching tenure, saying the Wanderers had been right to sack him.

Cornthwaite, who left the Wanderers in January for Malaysian outfit Perak, said the players weren't happy under Gombau and he criticised the Spaniard's playing style.

"Obviously, it's not nice for anyone to get the sack and, obviously, there were a lot of things that happened surrounding that," he posted in a video published...

 By Rob Brooks

A-League finals: Can anyone beat Sydney FC and the Newcastle Jets?

Riley McGree hit a hat-trick for Newcastle Jets as they smashed the Central Coast Mariners.
The Wanderers needed a win to advance but came away empty handed after 3-2 defeat at home.
Bobo's goal proved the difference in the Big Blue as Sydney FC lifted the Premiers Plate in front of The Cove.
Sarpreet Singh struck twice as Wellington Phoenix came from behind to beat Melbourne City.
Melbourne Victory managed to end their Asian Champions League campaign on a high with a win over Shanghai.
Sydney FC failed to advance to the last 16 of Asian Champions League after disappointing 0-0 draw against Shanghai Shenhua.

This A-League season has been a two-horse race, but with Sydney FC and Newcastle Jets showing glimpses of vulnerability over the past month, could one of the remaining four teams steal championship glory?

That will certainly be the goal for Melbourne City, Melbourne Victory, Adelaide United and Brisbane Roar when the finals series kicks off this weekend.

Both matches in week one of the finals will be held at AAMI Park in Melbourne, with City hosting Brisbane on Friday before the Victory welcome...

 By AAP

Western Sydney Wanderers sack manager Josep Gombau after missing finals

The Wanderers needed a win to advance but came away empty handed after 3-2 defeat at home.

Western Sydney coach Josep Gombau has been sacked less than six months into his three-year A-League contract.

It's understood chief executive John Tsatsimas told Gombau the news on Thursday morning, four days after the Wanderers failed to make the finals in his first season in charge.

A short club statement said the call had been made "following a review of the season," one massively disappointing considering the strength of the squad on paper.

It now faces the critical decision of installing a...

 By AAP

Allianz Stadium pitch condition under-fire from Sydney FC

Sydney FC failed to advance to the last 16 of Asian Champions League after disappointing 0-0 draw against Shanghai Shenhua.

Sydney FC players have denounced the standard of Allianz Stadium's pitch and expressed relief it will be re-turfed in time for their A-League semifinal.

Commensurate with heavy cross-code traffic this time of year, the Sky Blues played their final AFC Champions League group game -- a goalless draw with Shanghai Shenhua -- on a bumpy surface.

Polish star Adrian Mierzejewski led the criticism, bemoaning the way it broke up his side's attacking style.

"I believe everyone sees what kind of pitch [there]...

 By AAP

Central Coast Mariners axe seven players after woeful A-League season

Riley McGree hit a hat-trick for Newcastle Jets as they smashed the Central Coast Mariners.

A-League wooden spooners Central Coast are set for a major recruiting drive after axing seven players, including New Zealand international Storm Roux.

Roux, who played 105 games with the Mariners in four injury-hit years, has been released from the final year of his contract to pursue his career elsewhere.

Matchday regulars Roux, Liam Rose, Blake Powell and Peter Skapetis, as well as fringe players Jacob Poscoliero and Josh Bingham, have also been released.

Goalkeeper Tom Glover, who joined on a...