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2015/16 A-League

Postby nzfooty » Sun Jun 21, 2015 3:22 pm

Starts October 8

Wiki link to the 2015/16 page.
Soccerway link to the 2015/16 page.

Last season:
Link to the 2014/15 thread.

This is how things finished last season:

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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 


Source: RSSSF

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Re: 2015/16 A-League

Postby nzfooty » Tue Aug 11, 2015 8:44 pm

2015 FFA Cup

Round 32 (link here) being completed tonight. There have been no upsets so far, but three A-League teams will go out tonight (as a consequence of three all A-League clashes).

Link to the 2015 FFA Cup preliminary rounds here (involving 648 clubs!).

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Re: 2015/16 A-League

Postby Alex43 » Wed Aug 12, 2015 10:32 am

nzfooty wrote:2015 FFA Cup

Round 32 (link here) being completed tonight. There have been no upsets so far, but three A-League teams will go out tonight (as a consequence of three all A-League clashes).

Link to the 2015 FFA Cup preliminary rounds here (involving 648 clubs!).


you dont have the previous year link with all 648 clubs do you? i want to see if my profile is still up from the 7-0 spanking we got...
well well well

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Re: 2015/16 A-League

Postby nzfooty » Thu Aug 13, 2015 1:37 pm

Yes, you can go to the qualifying rounds of that season through a link on this page. Who did you play for?

Btw, below a link to a report re the first A-Leagu casualties in the competition (all eliminated by fellow A-League sides). It was a low scoring evening:
Phoenix, Glory and Wanderers progress to last 16 of FFA Cup

Also:
How Zico and Robert Pires influenced Oakleigh Cannons' FFA Cup victory (The Guardian)

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Re: 2015/16 A-League

Postby Alex43 » Thu Aug 13, 2015 6:02 pm

nzfooty wrote:Yes, you can go to the qualifying rounds of that season through a link on this page. Who did you play for?

Btw, below a link to a report re the first A-Leagu casualties in the competition (all eliminated by fellow A-League sides). It was a low scoring evening:
Phoenix, Glory and Wanderers progress to last 16 of FFA Cup

Also:
How Zico and Robert Pires influenced Oakleigh Cannons' FFA Cup victory (The Guardian)


Dobroyd FC... only 6 - 0 it says so that takes a little bit of the shame away.
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Re: 2015/16 A-League

Postby eujin » Thu Aug 13, 2015 10:44 pm

Alex43 wrote:Dobroyd FC... only 6 - 0 it says so that takes a little bit of the shame away.

It takes a little bit of the shame away because although you initially said it was 7-0, it was only 6-0 and so that's better?

What about the shame of not knowing what the score was? :smt110

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Re: 2015/16 A-League

Postby Alex43 » Fri Aug 14, 2015 8:54 am

eujin wrote:
Alex43 wrote:Dobroyd FC... only 6 - 0 it says so that takes a little bit of the shame away.

It takes a little bit of the shame away because although you initially said it was 7-0, it was only 6-0 and so that's better?

What about the shame of not knowing what the score was? :smt110


we were a city league team, which means no one could be bothered with anymore of a commitment that a kickaround mid week and a game. we had to play a state-wide team who had sponsors and handouts for wins, plus like $250 a week (basically only pays rent in sydney). we got the call a week before the game cause they needed a filler team to complete the brackets or whatever and so my first game was an FA cup match. The warmups were brutal as half the guys showed up late and we just warmed up on our own; they looked more professional than an Aleague team. i had to play left back to fill in for someone who didnt come, their right winger was a douche and at 4-0 tackled me from behind. luckily on the fall, somehow my hand made strong contact with his face and all such tackles never came around again. them just giving a 3-0 and letting people wonder if it was a forfeit or not, that would have been much better. or maybe i just lost count... however, not embarrassed. I am an FA Cup player! cant wait to tell that to the grandkids: ur g-ma was the best dancer, singer and model ever and pawpaw lost 6-0 in the Australian FA Cup
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Re: 2015/16 A-League

Postby nzfooty » Wed Sep 02, 2015 6:06 am

FFA Cup

Round 16 results here - no upsets but one or two close matches.

Quarter-finals
(Sep 22 to 30)
Melbourne Victory (1) v Adelaide United (1)
Perth Glory (1) v Western Sydney Wanderers (1)
Hume City (2) v Oakleigh Cannons (2) <--- means there will be at least one lower league team in the semi-finals
Heidelberg United (2) v Melbourne City (1)

Melbourne Victory and Adelaide United drawn together in FFA Cup quarters

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Re: 2015/16 A-League

Postby nzfooty » Sun Oct 18, 2015 12:00 am

FFA Cup

Quarter Finals:

Sep 22
Melbourne Victory 3-1 Adelaide United
Hume City 3-2 Oakleigh Cannons [aet]
Sep 29
Heidelberg United 0-5 Melbourne City
Perth Glory 1-1 Western Sydney Wanderers [aet, pen 4-2]

Semi Finals
Oct 21
Perth Glory (1) v Melbourne City (1)
Oct 28
Hume City (Melbourne) (2) v Melbourne Victory (1)

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Re: 2015/16 A-League

Postby nzfooty » Sun Oct 18, 2015 12:05 am

Hyundai A-League

Preliminary Stage

Table:

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


Round 1
[Oct 8]
Western Sydney Wanderers 1-3 Brisbane Roar
[Oct 9]
Adelaide United 0-0 Melbourne Victory
[Oct 10]
Central Coast Mariners 3-2 Perth Glory
Sydney FC 1-1 Melbourne City
[Oct 11]
Wellington Phoenix 1-2 Newcastle Jets

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