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Western Melbourne A-League expansion side still without a home

Perth Glory regained their four-point cushion at the top of the A-League and extend their unbeaten run to seven matches with a win over Newcastle Jets. The Central Coast Mariners picked up an early goal, however they couldn't hold onto the lead as Adelaide hit back in the second half. Goals from Ola Toivonen and James Troisi were enough for the home side to hang on to all three points against Sydney FC. The Wellington Phoenix kept Melbourne City in check as they crusied to a 1-0 victory. Two dramatic injury time goals have allowed the Brisbane Roar to draw 2-all with the Western Sydney Wanderers. The Glory prove unable to take advantage of late chances, settling for a share of the spoils. New A-League addition Western Melbourne Group are no closer to a deal on where to play their home games from October. And GMHBA Stadium boss Michael Brown has warned the ambitious franchise they're unlikely to be able to accommodate all their home fixtures at Kardinia Park next season. Western Melbourne were granted entry into the 2019-20 competition after winning a hotly-contested expansion race last season. Their proposal was to play matches out of the Geelong stadium while building a club-owned...

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