Susaeta: A-League restart could prove dangerous (1:01)
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A-League moves step closer to resumption

Football Federation Australia (FFA) have announced a competition restart plan that involves a 35-day schedule of a constant stream of matches.

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Fowler defends decision to coach in A-League

Robbie Fowler believes his decision to move to Australia was a gamble that paid off and that his Roar side would've been A-League title contenders.

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A-League set for August 1 restart - sources

Details are yet to be confirmed, but the hub model is thought be the preferred option, with Sydney the front-runner to host the remaining fixtures.

Viduka: FFA never contacted me (1:25)
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Viduka, Bosnich join FFA development panel

Mark Viduka is among four former Socceroos captains appointed to a high-powered think tank charged with discussing football's future in Australia.

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Palace, West Ham postpone Australian tour

The inaugural Queensland Champions Cup featuring Crystal Palace and West Ham United scheduled for July has been postponed due to the coronavirus.

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A-League facing May 31 contract roadblock

The host broadcaster's commitment to the league is in doubt but A-League players remain hopeful they can finish the 2019-20 season on the pitch.

Viduka: People running Australian football don't have a clue about the game (3:21)
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No revenue, no pay: WSW stand down squad

Western Sydney Wanderers have become the latest A-League club to stand down players without pay due to the coronavirus, sources have told ESPN.