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Football takes fight to Australian trolls

Taking the fight to trolls; wobbly Wanderers; five A-League youngsters taking their chances; and much more. ESPN's Australian football wrap is back.

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Mariners beat Perth with Urena strike

Costa Rica international Marco Urena has broken his A-League duck to help lift Central Coast to a thrilling 2-1 win over Perth Glory at HBF Park.

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Maclaren double earns City A-League win

Jamie Mclaren continued his great scoring record against Western Sydney as Melbourne City overcame prematch disruptions to secure a 2-0 away win.

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Western Utd leaves door open for exiled Burgess

Max Burgess has likely played his last game for WU, with club granting his request to return home to see out the remainder of his contract.

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Jets sink battling Victory in A-League

Melbourne Victory's miserable start to the A-League season has gone from bad to worse with a 1-0 loss to Newcastle at AAMI Park.

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Guarrotxena stars as United down Bulls

Iker Guarrotxena was right at home as he led Western United to a statement 4-1 victory over A-League newcomers Macarthur FC.

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Mariners paying compliments to Sydney FC

Why are the Mariners performing so well? And what do Australia's member federations think of the proposed second division? Here's the wrap.

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Phoenix set to lose DeVere for three months

Wellington's troubled start to the A-League season has deepened with Luke DeVere set to be sidelined for at least 10 weeks with a knee injury.