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Durante delighted with Phoenix response

andrew-duranteWellington Phoenix hope the win over Melbourne Heart is a sign of the way they will finish the A-League season.

Now that the Finals Series is out of reach for the New Zealand club, skipper Andrew Durante says the players are able to play without pressure. That produced a quality 90 minute display against John Aloisi's side in Dunedin, with the Phoenix dominating far more than the 1-0 scoreline suggests.
The club's owners and fans have been hoping all season to see Wellington play attacking, possession-based football. The fact that it has taken so long to arrive is frustrating, but Durante sees positives ahead for his side.
"Victories have been few and far between and it is such a good feeling coming off after having won a game. It hasn't happened often enough this season," Durante said. "We said before the game, we've got nothing to lose, let's just get out there and go for it and throw everything at them and don't fear anything.
"It was a really good mentality out there and we really put them under the pump. It was a shame it was only 1-0, it could have been four or five."
It was a first win for caretaker coach Chris Greenacre, who took over last week after Ricki Herbert's resignation. Greenacre had admitted after the 2-1 home loss to Newcastle Jets on Wednesday that the club had gone flat, but the players responded superbly against the Heart.
It was an immediate response, too, with Jeremy Brockie hitting the crossbar after just two minutes. The Phoenix rattled the woodwork twice more before Brockie netted with a sweet volley after a run and cross from Paul Ifill.
Wellington are 8.50 to beat Western Sydney, who are 1.36. The Phoenix are 19.00 to win 1-0.
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McGlinchey backs Mariners to bounce back

graham-arnoldCentral Coast Mariners are unfazed by the prospect of being the chasers in the final phase of the A-League season.

For so long, Graham Arnold's side have looked firm favourites to secure the Premier's Plate. But their 14-week run at the top of the league came to an end when they failed to turn a dominant performance against Western Sydney onto the scoresheet.
The Mariners succumbed to Labinot Haliti's late effort at Bluetongue Stadium, as the Wanderers pulled off their eighth straight win. But playmaker Michael McGlinchey says the premiership chase is far from over.
"We certainly haven't given up on catching them," said the New Zealand international. "Our confidence is unaffected and we won't be changing anything in our approach or the way we play."
With four rounds remaining, Western Sydney look to have much the easier schedule. For McGlinchey, though, the interesting question is how the Wanderers react to the pressure of being at the top of the table.
"They are top of the league and they are the favourites now – but with that comes a pressure and an expectation all of its own," said McGlinchey, who signed a new two-year deal last month.
"It will be very interesting to see how they handle that.
"We know from our own experience in losing in Perth the other week that teams at the bottom can spring all sorts of surprises in the A-League and that no result is ever nailed on."
Central Coast spurned a golden chance to take something out of the game on Saturday, when goalkeeper Mat Ryan missed a penalty. They also saw an effort from Daniel McBreen hit the underside of the crossbar. Now, they need to knuckle down for the trip to Sydney FC on Saturday at Allianz Stadium, before they tackle Brisbane Roar (home), Adelaide (away) and Melbourne Heart (home).
Central Coast are 2.05 to beat Sydney FC, who are 3.60. The Mariners are 9.00 to win 1-0.
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Wanderers keep foot on the pedal

Tony-PopovicComplacency is a no-no at Western Sydney Wanderers, insists coach Tony Popovic.

The A-League debutants pulled off two remarkable feats with Saturday night's 1-0 win over Central Coast Mariners. It was the Wanderers' eighth straight victory, and put them on top of the table for the first time. Having worked so hard to get to the summit, though, Popovic is not about to let his players rest on their laurels. To that end, Wellington Phoenix's surprise 1-0 win over Melbourne Heart in Dunedin on Sunday may have helped.
The Wanderers host the New Zealand side at Parramatta Stadium on Sunday, in a top-versus-bottom clash. All the pundits will be predicting Popovic's side secure a ninth consecutive win, but the Phoenix showed they are not willing to write off their season as they produced a quality performance against the Heart.
''Eight wins in a row shows they're not complacent,'' Popovic said of his players. ''They certainly won't be this week. That doesn't guarantee a result for us against Wellington but I can guarantee you they will be well prepared.''
The win against the Mariners was Western Sydney's 15th of the campaign, and another clean sheet meant they have conceded just 18 goals in their 23 games - the fewest in the competition. Popovic's side moved two points clear of Central Coast at the top of the table after substitute Labinot Haliti scored a late winner.
Popovic said: ''You can't take anything away from [Central Coast]. They're a great side, and we can't relax at all because if we don't get the results at the end of the year, I'm sure they'll be above us."
Western Sydney are 1.36 to beat Wellington Phoenix, who are 8.50. The Wanderers are 6.50 to win 1-0.
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Discipline an issue for Sky Blues

frank-farina-01Sydney FC coach Frank Farina has drummed into his players that they must be more disciplined away from home.

The Sky Blues have seen five players sent off in their past four away games. Playing with a full 11 players is a must, says Farina, if the club is to go all the way this season.
Having spent so much of the campaign in the doldrums, Sydney have picked themselves up and moved right back into contention for the Finals Series. The last thing the Sky Blues coach wants is for their hard work to be undone by a lack of discipline on the road.
The club's last away win came on 9th December, since when they have picked up just two points from seven away games. Fabio Alves has been sent off twice in that time, and his red card contributed to another loss as Sydney went down 2-1 to Perth Glory. Alessandro Del Piero's stunning strike from 27 metres counted for little as the Glory scored through Chris Harold and Shane Smeltz in the first half.
Farina said: "You've got to try to keep 11 men on the park if you're going to have a chance, and we haven't done that.
"It's killing us. It's making it really hard for the rest of the players that do stay on.''
Sydney will hope to remain in contention for the top six by picking up results against Central Coast and Melbourne Victory in their next two games, both of which are at home. They then wrap up the regular season by travelling to Western Sydney and Brisbane Roar.
Socceroos skipper Lucas Neill is a doubt for Saturday night's clash with the Mariners, after pulling up tight in his calf after the Glory game.
Sydney FC are 3.60 to beat Central Coast, who are 2.05. The Sky Blues are 13.00 to win 1-0.
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Monfries signs for Power

Port Adelaide have signed former Essendon forward Angus Monfries, after the Bombers agreed to the trade on Monday.

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In exchange, the Power gave up pick 48 to Essendon, for whom Monfries played for eight seasons. The 25-year-old has played 150 games since being drafted in 2004.
We thank Angus for all his hard work over the years, and we wish him all the best for the next chapter in his career.James Hird
Peter Rohde, Port's general manager of football, said: "Angus is a player with great character who has been shown to have a really good record of durability throughout his time at Essendon.
"He will bring us flexibility, too, because although he's played most of his AFL football as a forward, we can see him getting regular opportunities and performing to a high standard in our midfield as well as going forward.
"Angus was very highly rated when he was first drafted and we have certainly always held him in that regard."
Essendon coach James Hird said he was sad to see a player of Monfries' calibre leave. The Bombers had made him an offer but it was less than Port had been willing to pay.
Bird said: "He has made a decision to secure his financial future and we have to respect that.
"We thank Angus for all his hard work over the years, and we wish him all the best for the next chapter in his career."
Monfries said: "I am someone who likes to get the best out of themselves and coming to Port Adelaide I'll work to get more opportunities to do that.
"I think I can play a number of roles. I can play up forward but I am confident that I can push up into the midfield and get more involved in games."
Port Adelaide are 251.00 to win the 2013 Grand Final while Essendon are at 15.00.

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