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Re: 2014/15 A-League

Postby nzfooty » Fri Nov 14, 2014 3:39 pm

A-League

Round 5
November 9
Central Coast Mariners 0 - 1 Perth Glory
November 8
Newcastle Jets 2 - 2 Melbourne Victory
Brisbane Roar FC 1 - 3 Melbourne City FC
November 7
Wellington Phoenix 1 - 0 Western Sydney Wanderers FC
Adelaide United 0 - 0 Sydney FC

1 Perth Glory 5 / 12
2 Melbourne Victory 5 / 11
3 Sydney FC 5 / 11
4 Adelaide United 5 / 11
5 Wellington Phoenix 5 / 9
6 Melbourne City FC 5 / 5
7 Central Coast Mariners 4 / 3
8 Newcastle Jets 5 / 2
9 Western Sydney Wanderers FC 3 / 0
10 Brisbane Roar FC 4 / 0


FFA Cup

Semi-finals
Bentleigh Greens (2) 0 – 3 Perth Glory (1)
Adelaide United (1) 3 – 2 Central Coast Mariners (1)

Final
Dec 16, Coopers Stadium, Adelaide
Adelaide United (1) v Perth Glory (1)

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Re: 2014/15 A-League

Postby Alex43 » Fri Nov 14, 2014 3:49 pm

nzfooty wrote:A-League

Round 5
November 9
Central Coast Mariners 0 - 1 Perth Glory
November 8
Newcastle Jets 2 - 2 Melbourne Victory
Brisbane Roar FC 1 - 3 Melbourne City FC
November 7
Wellington Phoenix 1 - 0 Western Sydney Wanderers FC
Adelaide United 0 - 0 Sydney FC

1 Perth Glory 5 / 12
2 Melbourne Victory 5 / 11
3 Sydney FC 5 / 11
4 Adelaide United 5 / 11
5 Wellington Phoenix 5 / 9
6 Melbourne City FC 5 / 5
7 Central Coast Mariners 4 / 3
8 Newcastle Jets 5 / 2
9 Western Sydney Wanderers FC 3 / 0
10 Brisbane Roar FC 4 / 0


FFA Cup

Semi-finals
Bentleigh Greens (2) 0 – 3 Perth Glory (1)
Adelaide United (1) 3 – 2 Central Coast Mariners (1)

Final
Dec 16, Coopers Stadium, Adelaide
Adelaide United (1) v Perth Glory (1)


saw central lost to Adelaide but thought it was league, didnt know we were out of the cup
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Re: 2014/15 A-League

Postby nzfooty » Sun Nov 16, 2014 7:20 pm

Alex43 wrote:
FFA Cup

Semi-finals
Bentleigh Greens (2) 0 – 3 Perth Glory (1)
Adelaide United (1) 3 – 2 Central Coast Mariners (1)

Final
Dec 16, Coopers Stadium, Adelaide
Adelaide United (1) v Perth Glory (1)


saw central lost to Adelaide but thought it was league, didnt know we were out of the cup


Did they not play with a higher intensity during the match? Just wondering.

League news:
Asian champions Wanderers still pointless in A-League

And, as posted here:
Professional Footballers Australia has called for the A-League to begin in August so the season can pause for FIFA international breaks


Round 6
Newcastle Jets 0 - 4 Brisbane Roar
Adelaide United 2 - 1 Wellington Phoenix
Sydney 0 - 0 Melbourne Victory
Perth Glory 2 - 1 Western Sydney
Melbourne City 2 - 2 Central Coast

1 Perth Glory 6/+3/15
2 Adelaide United 6/+5/14
3 Melbourne Victory 6/+8/12
4 Sydney 6/+5/12
5 Wellington Phoenix 6/+1/9
6 Melbourne City 6/-2/6
7 Central Coast 5/-3/4
8 Brisbane Roar 5/-2/3
9 Newcastle Jets 6/-9/2
10 Western Sydney 4/-6/0

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Re: 2014/15 A-League

Postby just because » Sat Dec 13, 2014 9:48 am

Off to the Aleague today here in Auckland to see Wellington (with Nathan Burns in hot form) taking on Central Coast (korean connection being ex-Ulsan player Kim Seung-Young)...Phoenix been on fire in recent weeks so hopefully a few goals in it.

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Re: 2014/15 A-League

Postby nzfooty » Fri Dec 19, 2014 2:28 am

Results:

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Round 7
[Nov 19]
Western Sydney Wanderers  0-0 Central Coast Mariners   
[Nov 21]
Melbourne Victory         1-0 Brisbane Roar             
Perth Glory               2-1 Wellington Phoenix       
[Nov 22]
Western Sydney Wanderers  1-1 Newcastle Jets           
Melbourne City            1-2 Sydney FC                 
[Nov 23]
Central Coast Mariners    0-2 Adelaide United   

   

Round 8
[Nov 28]
Melbourne Victory         3-2 Adelaide United           
[Nov 29]
Brisbane Roar             1-1 Perth Glory               
Western Sydney Wanderers  1-1 Sydney FC                 
[Nov 30]
Wellington Phoenix        5-1 Melbourne City           
Newcastle Jets            1-1 Central Coast Mariners   

Round 9
[Dec 3]
Western Sydney Wanderers  0-1 Brisbane Roar
[Dec 4]
Sydney FC                 1-2 Perth Glory               
[Dec 5]
Central Coast Mariners    0-3 Melbourne Victory         
[Dec 6]
Newcastle Jets            1-3 Wellington Phoenix       
Adelaide United           2-0 Western Sydney Wanderers 
[Dec 7]
Melbourne City            1-0 Brisbane Roar             

Round 10
[Dec 12]
Adelaide United           0-1 Brisbane Roar             
Perth Glory               2-0 Newcastle Jets           
[Dec 13]
Wellington Phoenix        1-1 Central Coast Mariners   
Melbourne Victory         3-3 Sydney FC


Table:

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 1.Perth Glory               10   8  1  1  17-10  25
 2.Melbourne Victory         10   6  4  0  24-11  22
 3.Adelaide United           10   6  2  2  15- 8  20
 4.Sydney FC                 10   4  5  1  15-10  17
 5.Wellington Phoenix        10   5  1  4  19-13  16
 6.Brisbane Roar             10   3  1  6  11-13  10
 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
 7.Melbourne City             9   2  3  4  13-19   9 
 8.Central Coast Mariners    10   1  4  5   6-14   7
 9.Newcastle Jets            10   0  4  6   8-21   4
10.Western Sydney Wanderers   9   0  3  6   6-15   3


Source: RSSSF

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Re: 2014/15 A-League

Postby nzfooty » Fri Dec 19, 2014 2:37 am

FFA Cup

Final
Dec 16, Coopers Stadium, Adelaide
Adelaide United 1-0 Perth Glory
(Cirio 67)

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Re: 2014/15 A-League

Postby nzfooty » Wed Jan 07, 2015 11:38 am

Recent results, up to the break for the AFC Asian Cup:

Reverse chronological order:
Western Sydney Wanderers FC 1 - 2 Melbourne Victory

Perth Glory 1 - 2 Adelaide United

Wellington Phoenix 3 - 0 Brisbane Roar FC
Central Coast Mariners 2 - 0 Melbourne City FC

Sydney FC 0 - 0 Newcastle Jets

Melbourne Victory 1 - 2 Perth Glory
Western Sydney Wanderers FC 0 - 0 Central Coast Mariners
Adelaide United 1 - 3 Wellington Phoenix

Newcastle Jets 2 - 5 Melbourne City FC
Brisbane Roar FC 0 - 0 Sydney FC

Wellington Phoenix 1 - 0 Western Sydney Wanderers FC

Central Coast Mariners 3 - 3 Brisbane Roar FC
Melbourne Victory 1 - 0 Newcastle Jets

Melbourne City FC 1 - 1 Perth Glory
Sydney FC 0 - 3 Adelaide United

Sydney FC 0 - 2 Wellington Phoenix

Melbourne City FC 1 - 0 Melbourne Victory
Perth Glory 4 - 1 Central Coast Mariners

Newcastle Jets 2 - 1 Adelaide United

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Re: 2014/15 A-League

Postby nzfooty » Wed Jan 07, 2015 11:57 am

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1. Perth Glory        14  10  2  2  25:15  +10  32
2. Wellington Phoenix 14   9  1  4  28:14  +14  28
3. Melbourne Victory  14   8  4  2  28:15  +13  28
4. Adelaide United    14   8  2  4  22:14   +8  26
5. Sydney FC          14   4  7  3  15:15    0  19
6. Melbourne City     13   4  4  5  20:24   -4  16
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7. Brisbane Roar      13   3  3  7  14:19   -5  12
8. Central Coast M    14   2  6  6  12:21   -9  12
9. Newcastle Jets     14   1  5  8  12:28  -16   8
10.Western Sydney W   12   0  4  8   7:18  -11   4


January 24
Adelaide United v Newcastle Jets
Central Coast Mariners v Sydney FC

January 25
Perth Glory v Melbourne Victory

February 1
Melbourne City FC v Western Sydney Wanderers FC

February 2
Brisbane Roar FC v Wellington Phoenix

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Re: 2014/15 A-League

Postby Alex43 » Thu Jan 08, 2015 11:55 am

ccm has been trying to get a bunch of support from the fans, and get butts into the seats. been averaging around 10,000 a game (just shy of it). owner wants to relocate to sydney, however with a performance like they are showing this season, they wouldnt get any fans. all the central coasters would more than likely dump in protest.
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Re: 2014/15 A-League

Postby Alex43 » Sun Mar 08, 2015 5:00 am

phil moss stepped down. probably best thing to happen to the mariners this season. won't put 100% of the blame on him and the squad isnt strong anyways, but he sure wasnt helping. not starting captin hutch in the derby two weeks ago for what would have been his 200 cap in the league sent the fans into a mental state calling for him to step down
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Re: 2014/15 A-League

Postby Frontierman » Sun Mar 22, 2015 9:29 pm

Wellington Phoenix go 4 points clear after 2-1 win at Brisbane.
*******Come on Incheon*******
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Re: 2014/15 A-League

Postby Alex43 » Tue Jun 02, 2015 10:43 am

aleague bloopers from this year.. how did they get 15 minutes??

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6Bb3MeiM4I
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Re: 2014/15 A-League

Postby nzfooty » Tue Jun 16, 2015 6:33 pm

For completeness sake, final table and the play-offs:

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Final Table:

 1.Melbourne Victory         27  15  8  4  56-31  53 
 2.Sydney FC                 27  14  8  5  52-35  50 
 3.Adelaide United           27  14  4  9  47-32  46 
 4.Wellington Phoenix        27  14  4  9  45-35  46 
 5.Melbourne City            27   9  8 10  36-41  35 
 6.Brisbane Roar             27  10  4 13  42-43  34 
 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
 7.Perth Glory               27  14  8  5  45-35  50  [!]
 8.Central Coast Mariners    27   5  8 14  26-50  23
 9.Western Sydney Wanderers  27   4  6 17  29-44  18
10.Newcastle Jets            27   3  8 16  23-55  17

[!] Perth Glory were classified seventh for breach of salary cap


Playoff Stage

First Round
[May 1]
Adelaide United           2-1 Brisbane Roar             
[May 3]
Wellington Phoenix        0-2 Melbourne City           

Semifinals
[May 8]
Melbourne Victory         3-0 Melbourne City           
[May 9]
Sydney FC                 4-1 Adelaide United           

Final [May 17, Melbourne]
Melbourne Victory         3-0 Sydney FC 


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