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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Sydney FC 7 2 0 23
2 Melbourne C 5 2 2 17
3 Melbourne V 4 2 2 14
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Melbourne City hold Brisbane Roar in fierce contest

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A highly controversial equaliser rescued a point for Melbourne City at home to Brisbane Roar.

An under-strength Melbourne City have paid the price for their FFA Cup exertions, limping to a 1-1 A-League draw with Brisbane Roar.

The Roar brought discipline and verve to on Saturday night's contest, and were good value for their lead when Jamie Maclaren netted on 38 minutes.

A brain fade from Jade North allowed Nicolas Colazo to equalise early in the second half, setting up a hectic finish to the match.

The prematch war of words between coaches John van 't Schip and John Aloisi always threatened...

Van 't Schip wants Brisbane Roar's John Aloisi to focus on his own team

John Van't Schip says the attacking style Brisbane Roar played under Ange Postecoglu is no more under John Aloisi.

Tensions between Melbourne City and Brisbane Roar are at boiling point after John Van 't Schip lashed out at John Aloisi for "whining like a baby" about their physical style.

Ahead of Saturday's A-League clash at AAMI Park, Van 't Schip suggested Aloisi should be congratulating his old side for their breakthrough FFA Cup victory instead of criticising them so often.

Aloisi described them as the "most aggressive team in the league" after their uncompromising 1-0 win over Sydney FC on Wednesday night.

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"We...

FFA Cup tackle puts Tim Cahill in doubt for Brisbane Roar clash

Melbourne City boss John Van't Schip calls on his players to maintain their desire to win game after game.

Hobbled Melbourne City superstar Tim Cahill will struggle to recover in time for Saturday night's A-League clash with the Brisbane Roar after the club's historic FFA Cup win.

The 36-year-old was limping around following full-time after a crunching tackle required his substitution in the 61st minute of the 1-0 win over Sydney FC at AAMI Park.

Cahill, who scored the match winner with a deft header in the 53rd minute on Wednesday night, appeared to hyperextend his left knee when Josh Brillante came...