2018 Season

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2018 Schedule
7-3-4, 4th in Australian A-League
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City beaten by Mariners, not complacency

Melbourne City coach Warren Joyce insists his side didn't fall victim to complacency in their shock 2-1 loss to the Central Coast on Wednesday.

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Anthony Caceres joins Sydney FC on loan

Sydney FC have made their first move of the January transfer window by recruiting Manchester City's Anthony Caceres for the rest of the season.

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WSW booed off after 3rd straight home defeat

Western Sydney's disappointing A-League season reached a new low after the Wanderers were booed by their own fans in a 2-0 loss to Melbourne City.

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Melbourne City beat Jets without Fornaroli

Melbourne City didn't miss forward Bruno Fornaroli in a 3-0 defeat of Newcastle, earned with world-class goals from Riley McGree and Luke Brattan.

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Fornaroli axed by Joyce for Jets visit

Melbourne City coach Warren Joyce has upped the ante in his standoff with Bruno Fornaroli, leaving the star striker out of his squad this weekend.

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Victory upping W-League derby expectations

For the first time since the entry of their crosstown rivals to the W-League, Melbourne Victory don't feel in the shadows of glamour side City.

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Melbourne City return to winning ways

Stunning goals from Ritchie De Laet and Bruno Fornaroli returned Melbourne City to winning ways against Wellington Phoenix.

RankingsAustralian A-League

Goal Difference54th
Goals Scored177th
Assists124th
Goals Conceded121st