Melbourne City played an hour with 10 men but still managed to snare an A-League point from Central Coast on Sunday.
The eighth-placed Mariners were twice in front in Gosford but twice let their depleted visitors back into the game, punished in the 86th minute by a Marcin Budzinski goal for a 2-2 draw.
Alan Baro captured an early lead and the hosts appeared well in control after Harrison Delbridge was given his marching orders in the 27th minute, only for Ross McCormack to spoil the Gosford party...
Marcelo Carrusca has left Melbourne City to reunite with former A-League coach Josep Gombau at Western Sydney.
Carrusca, 34, had made just three substitute appearances for City and his departure suits all parties.
He arrived in Melbourne after being made surplus to requirements at Adelaide United, where he worked with Gombau and won a title under his successor, Guillermo Amor.
The Argentine, finding fitness and game time at City hard to come by, is happy to head north to the Wanderers in search of...
Daniel Arzani is the Melbourne City whiz kid ready to take the A-League by storm, but Perth Glory coach Kenny Lowe says he would rather have Jacob Italiano in his side.
Arzani tormented Glory on Tuesday night in City's 2-0 win at nib Stadium.
The 19-year-old set up both of Ross McCormack's first-half strikes by drawing fouls from Glory's befuddled defenders.
Arzani also set up McCormack's double in the 2-1 win over Wellington last week.
Lowe was impressed by Arzani's flashy skills. But he said the...