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Wiser Wanderers Eye Grand Final Holy Grail

Ante Covic admits Western Sydney turned up expecting to win last year's Hyundai A-League grand final and is adamant they have learned the lessons to go one step further next weekend.

The Wanderers shot-stopper was part of the side that failed to produce on the final day of last season, going down 2-0 to Central Coast.

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Muangthong Go On Top After Win Against Samut Songkhram

Muangthong United beat Samut Songkhram 4-2 to grab a vital three points in the Thai Premier League. The win takes Muangthong to the top of the league with 23 points in 10 games and leaves Samut Songkhram firmly entrenched in the relegation zone.

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Battle Of The Keepers At Bentleigh

Many coaches would tell you just how important it is to have a quality keeper between the posts for their team to be successful.

With high calibre goalkeepers Alistair Bray and Stuart Webster on their books, Bentleigh Greens have a luxury that many teams in the league would die for.

Just who to select is a tough decision for head coach John Anastasiadis, who is delighted to have to make such a difficult choice every week.

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Battle Of The Keepers At Bentleigh

Many coaches would tell you just how important it is to have a quality keeper between the posts for their team to be successful.

With high calibre goalkeepers Alistair Bray and Stuart Webster on their books, Bentleigh Greens have a luxury that many teams in the league would die for.

Just who to select is a tough decision for head coach John Anastasiadis, who is delighted to have to make such a difficult choice every week.

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Mariners Happy To Fly Under The Radar

Central Coast Mariners coach Phil Moss hopes his team are being overlooked leading into the Hyundai A-League finals series after registering a determined 2-1 win over Melbourne Heart on Sunday.

The reigning champions recovered from conceding Orlando Engelaar's extraordinary goal, struck from within the Dutchman's own half, to score twice and claim all three points at AAMI Park.

The win means the Mariners are still in the hunt for a top-two finish with three rounds of the regular season remaining.

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