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A-League

Recycle FC. Matt Windley takes a look at which clubs come out on top in terms of 'recycling' players who have played elsewhere in the A-League. 

Meanwhile, 19-year-old Daniel Arzani (pictured) showed just what a talented youngster who's given a chance can do with his assists for both of Ross McCormack's goals for Melbourne City.

Ben McKay writes that Arzani gave life to a "desperately poor" City side who didn't really deserve to win.  

Melbourne Victory squander their chances with the 1-1 draw v Central Coast Mariners. It was a "moment of sloppiness" according to Anthony Colangelo. 

Kevin Muscat says he makes no apologies for the way the team approached the match, the first of three within one week. 

No rest for Adelaide United under Marco Kurz. Some tough love (and work) on its way. 

Western Sydney Wanderers are not happy with the elbow Brendon Santalab copped from Massimo Maccarone, which left Santa bloodied and Maccarone unpenalised. 

Robbie Slater thinks Sydney FC could be an A-League All Stars. Of course he does. 

W-League

Good on Canberra United for pumping out the regular stories. Today, we hear from 18-year-old Nicky Flannery, who's been wearing a moon boot for most of the season, and has become the Chief Morale Booster for the team. 


a-league, w-league