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Muangthong goalpost slices keeper's arm open, Brisbane to file complaint

Brisbane Roar's Asian Champions League adventure ended with a disappointing defeat to Muangthong United.
Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts review the latest AFC CL matches, with Muangthong United making history over Brisbane Roar.

The A-League players' union is demanding answers after Brisbane Roar goalkeeper Jamie Young suffered a gruesome injury in Thailand that has put him in doubt for Sunday's semifinal against Melbourne Victory.

The Roar are fuming after Young's arm was cut open during their 3-0 AFC Champions League defeat away to Muangthong United on Wednesday night.

Young required 26 stitches after colliding with a rusty hook on the post as he tracked Spanish striker Xisco's opening goal in the first half.

He has been...

Marco Rojas a 'better player' compared to first stint with Melbourne Victory

Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts look ahead to the A-League semifinals, as well as give thoughts and predictions on each tie.

Marco Rojas believes he's playing better football now than he did in his Johnny Warren Medal-winning first A-League stint with Melbourne Victory.

But irrespective of whether he get the nod for a second top going at the FFA awards night on Monday, he'd prefer a first taste of club success.

For all of his talents, Rojas has never tasted club glory.

The closest he has come was in 2013, when Ange Postecoglou's Victory were bundled out at the semifinal stage by eventual champions Central Coast.

The chance...

 By Jason Dasey

Brisbane Roar legend Thomas Broich dreams of Thailand swansong

Brisbane Roar's Asian Champions League adventure ended with a disappointing defeat to Muangthong United.
Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts review the latest AFC CL matches, with Muangthong United making history over Brisbane Roar.
The veteran, Thomas Broich drops a bombshell on Finals eve.

In terms of what he's produced on the pitch, three-time A-League champion Thomas Broich is arguably the greatest foreigner to have played in Australia. Now, after his final Asian Champions League road trip with Brisbane Roar in Thailand, the 36-year-old German is eyeing a swansong in the Land of Smiles.

Broich was the senior member of a young and raw Brisbane side --- most of the squad stayed behind in Australia to prepare for Sunday's A-League semifinal against Melbourne Victory -- who lost 3-0...

Football Federation Australia to close soccer's Centre of Excellence

FFA chief executive David Gallop believes that resources can be better used in a decentralised and expanded system.

Football Federation Australia is closing its Canberra-based Centre of Excellence, with hopes A-League clubs can fill the breach for player development.

Socceroos Mark Viduka, Ned Zelic, John Aloisi, Carl Valeri and Lucas Neill -- among many others -- forged storied careers after spending time at the AIS-linked centre.

The program will end in August of this year, ending the AUS$1.6 million annual investment.

FFA chief executive David Gallop says the centre had "served Australian football well over...