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Newcastle thrashed 8-0 by A-League All Stars

Newcastle's controversial post-season tour of Australia ended in an embarrassing defeat on Friday as they were thrashed 8-0 by the A-League All Stars.

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ALM All-Stars smash young Newcastle Utd team

With Socceroos coach Graham Arnold watching on from the stands, the A-League Men All Stars have thrashed a youth-filled Newcastle United team 8-0.

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Mariners treble chance threatens Popovic Grand Final redemption

It's trivia somewhat infamous in Australian domestic football that Tony Popovic is yet to win on this stage, falling thrice with the Wanderers and once with Perth Glory, and now the Mariners threaten to derail him for a fifth time.

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ALM players arrested for alleged yellow-card fix

Three Macarthur players have been arrested for alleged betting corruption after police claimed they manipulated the number of yellow cards they received in matches.

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The incredible new chapter in Melbourne Derby history

That Melbourne Victory beat Melbourne City 3-2 on penalties and advanced into the A-League semis is now a matter of historical record. Even with the contest long since decided, it still feels incredible that things worked out the way they did.

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A-League's Mariners eye $2.3m AFC Cup payday

After travelling nearly 100,000km on trips to six different countries and being stranded in Kyrgyzstan, the Central Coast Mariners' Asian journey is approaching the finish line.

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Proud and courageous: Leigh Broxham calls time on his career

When it comes to devotion, loyalty, and determination -- to the soul of Melbourne Victory -- there are few more representative than Leigh Broxham. The A-League Men's games record holder spoke exclusively with ESPN about his retirement.

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A-League risks TV blackout amid production crisis

The A-League is hoping to recuperate close to $1 million from broadcast production partner Global Advance, which has gone into administration and sent the competition scrambling to find a last-minute replacement.

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A-League commits: We're a development league

The A-League's pivot towards a "football focus" will bolster the competition's status as a breeding ground for players, according to APL commissioner Nick Garcia.