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Sydney FC can still retain the A-League Premiers Plate - Adam Le Fondre

Central Coast Mariners found themselves the leaders at halftime but couldn't keep it as Sydney hit back in the second half.
Perth Glory extend their unbeaten run to 10 games as they increase their lead at the top of the A-League.
The Western Sydney Wanderers claim back-to-back wins for first time since February 2018.
The Newcastle Jets scored two fantastic second half goals to zoom away from Melbourne City.
Wellington Phoenix scored first against the run of play before a Keisuke Honda penalty meant the two sides would share the points.

Sydney FC star Adam Le Fondre insists the race for the Premiers Plate is not over despite sitting 10 points behind ladder leaders Perth with eight games to go.

The Sky Blues appeared a major threat for the Glory for most of the season, however have dropped five points to lowly sides over the past fortnight.

However Le Fondre refused to concede their hopes of a first-place finish is over.

"I don't think we're going to chuck the towel in and go 'Here, you can have it.' We'll go to the next game and...

McCaskill steers Sydney FC to W-League title against Perth Glory

Sydney FC celebrate after winning the W-League title with a Grand Final win over Perth Glory.
Sydney FC celebrate after winning the W-League title.

American forward Savannah McCaskill inspired Sydney FC to the W-League title, scoring twice in a pulsating 4-2 Grand Final win over Perth Glory.

McCaskill gave the Sky Blues a half-time lead on Saturday after Sam Kerr's penalty had cancelled out Sofia Huerta's long-range opener.

She made it a two-goal cushion midway through the second half at Jubilee Oval before Glory defender Alyssa Mautz pulled one back in the 68th minute.

Any thoughts of a comeback ended when Chloe Logarzo drove home from just...

Caitlin Foord ready to banish W-League Grand Final demons

Alen Stajcic has described the personal and professional impact of the saga over his dismissal as Matildas head coach.
Speaking to the media for the first time since being axed as Matildas head coach, Stajcic says he remains in the dark about the reasons for his dismissal.

Last year's W-League Grand Final was a miserable affair for Sydney FC forward Caitlin Foord, even before she watched her team lose.

The Matildas star ruptured a ligament in her right foot during last year's semifinal which ruled her out of the 2018 decider and kept her sidelined for several months.

A frustrated spectator at the best of times, watching her teammates slump to a 2-0 defeat to Melbourne City only added to the personal pain of her foot injury.

Now 12 months later Foord's situation before...

Sydney FC to face Perth in W-League Grand Final after Brisbane win

Sofia Huerta of Sydney is congratulated by team mates after scoring a goal
Sofia Huerta celebrates scoring her goal.

Sydney FC can avenge their 2018 W-League Grand Final heartbreak next week after their semifinal win over Brisbane.

The Sky Blues booked a home grand final against Perth with a 2-1 win over the Roar on Sunday night at Dolphin Stadium in Brisbane's north. Goals in either half to Caitlin Foord and Sofia Huerta secured the win despite a late strike by the Roar's Japanese star Yuki Nagasato which made for a tense final few minutes.

Ecstatic Sydney coach Ante Juric said he was delighted to be getting...