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A-League: Mariners move to second spot Video

A-League news Jan 25, 2014
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By ESPN Staff
Oct 12, 2014

Highlights: Brisbane Roar 1-2 Adelaide United

Defending A-League champions Brisbane Roar suffered a shock 2-1 loss to Adelaide United in their opening game of the new campaign

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Oct 6, 2014

Matt Acton returns to Brisbane Roar for the new A-League season

Goalkeeper Matt Acton is looking forward to his homecoming to Brisbane Roar ahead of the 2014-15 A-League season following a stint with Yangon United in Myanmar.

Australian champions Brisbane Roar have welcomed goalkeeper Matthew Acton back to the club on a short-term contract as replacement for veteran Michael Theo, who broke his wrist in training two weeks ago.

Townsville-born Acton, 22, spent seven years at the Roar before a mutual parting in May two days after the 2014 A-League Grand Final against Western Sydney Wanderers.

He recently completed a brief stint with Yangon United FC in the Myanmar National League. Acton started all 14 of the club's matches...

Sep 30, 2014

Matt Acton: Playing in Myanmar has helped me grow as a footballer

Acton played second fiddle to Michael Theo during his A-League stint with Brisbane Roar.

Former Brisbane Roar goalkeeper Matt Acton insists he wants to stay in Asia and continue to develop as a player as his short-term deal with Myanmar champions Yangon United FC comes to an end.

Acton, who won three A-League titles as the Roar's No. 2 keeper, was offered the chance to join Yangon two days after the 2014 Grand Final against Western Sydney Wanderers in May.

And, while he admits he knew almost nothing about the land formerly known as Burma, Acton says the experience has left him wanting...

 By PA Sport
Apr 12, 2014

Wanderers spoil Kewell's farewell match

Harry Kewell of the Heart is lifted off the field after playing his final match and retiring from football during the round 27 A-League match between Melbourne Heart and the Western Sydney Wanderers at AAMI Park on April 12, 2014 in Melbourne, Australia.
Harry Kewell played the final game of his career as Melbourne Heart lost 3-2 to Western Sydney Warriors.

Western Sydney Wanderers ruined Harry Kewell's farewell party as they scored twice late on to beat the Melbourne Heart 3-2 at AAMI Stadium

Kewell's final game following a glittering career -- including two World Cup finals appearances and winning the 2005 Champions League with Liverpool -- looked set to end with a win as the Heart led 2-1 with 10 minutes...

Apr 5, 2014

Wanderers draw keeps race open

Tomi Juric celebrates his equaliser for the Wanderers.
Tomi Juric celebrates his equaliser for the Wanderers.

The race to claim the coveted second spot in the A-League will go into the final round of the regular season after Western Sydney Wanderers were held to a 1-1 draw by premiers Brisbane Roar on Saturday.

The hosts trailed to a 35th-minute goal from Liam Miller, but hit back through Tomi Juric after 61 minutes, leaving the Wanderers in the top two on goal difference only from Central Coast Mariners ahead of next weekend's finale.

The Mariners' own challenge was hit...