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AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Sydney FC 17 5 1 56
2 Melbourne V 14 3 6 45
3 Melbourne C 10 6 8 36
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 By Rob Brooks

Brandon O'Neill and Sydney FC aren't blinking on cusp of A-League history

Australia's late surge was not enough as a resilient Iraq held the Aussies to a 1-1 draw in Group B of AFC WCQ.
Mitch Langerak says Australia will lament their missed chances, as Iraq turned things around in the second half.
Sydney FC's Brandon O'Neill
Brandon O'Neill and Sydney FC are one win away from securing the A-League premiership title.

In the career of a typical footballer, winning silverware can be a relatively rare occurrence and might never happen at all. To do so in a manner that may never again be replicated is usually only the stuff of childhood dreams.

However, that's an emerging reality for the team at Sydney FC, who will clinch the A-League premiership this weekend if they can overcome fifth-placed Perth Glory.

The Sky Blues sit clear atop the standings by 11 points with four matches of the regular season remaining,...

Graham Arnold challenges Sydney FC to 'work harder' during break

With four A-League rounds remaining, Graham Arnold will use a 16-day break to flog his squad in a bid to prevent even a whiff of complacency sneaking into Sydney FC's seemingly inexorable title push.

Melbourne Victory, by virtue of Saturday's 4-1 win over Perth, have made the Sky Blues wait another two weeks to lift the Premiers' Plate.

But that first inevitable piece of silverware in seven seasons has never been the target for Arnold, who is more intent on cementing best-ever A-League status by...

Sydney FC on brink of title after beating Central Coast

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Sydney FC can claim the A-League Premiers Plate within 24 hours after a 1-0 win over Central Coast put them on the brink of a first trophy in seven seasons.

The Sky Blues struggled to find a ruthless streak at Allianz Stadium on Friday night but Filip Holosko's seventh goal of the season was enough to extend their lead to 14 points.

It means Melbourne Victory must defeat Perth at AAMI Park on Saturday evening to keep the race alive for another week.

Brandon O'Neill was at the heart of the only...

Rhyan Grant can be Socceroos long-term full-back solution - Arnold

Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts look ahead to all the match-ups in Week 23 of the Hyundai A-League.
Sydney FC defender Rhyan Grant
Sydney FC's Rhyan Grant has been called up to the latest Socceroos squad.

Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold believes Rhyan Grant has what it takes to become the Socceroos' long-term right-back.

The national team's most problematic position is still there for the taking after a string of players tried and failed to nail it down as their own since the 2015 Asian Cup.

Grant himself is still in disbelief over his first senior selection to Australia's extended 30-man World Cup qualifiers squad.

But Arnold says the 26-year-old former Olyroo's impressive work rate and attacking...

Graham Arnold vows Sydney FC will not celebrate Premier's Plate

Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts look ahead to all the match-ups in Week 23 of the Hyundai A-League.
Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold
Graham Arnold has vowed not to celebrate should his team win the Premiers' Plate this weekend.'

Coach Graham Arnold has vowed there'll be no celebrating if Sydney FC make history as the fastest A-League team to win the Premiers' Plate this weekend, determined not to lose momentum in the all-important finals run.

The Sky Blues are 11 points clear at the top and can lift their first trophy in seven seasons if they defeat the Central Coast Mariners on Friday night and Melbourne Victory fail to beat Perth Glory on Saturday.

But Arnold was determined not to lose momentum for the all-important...