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Wanderers' suffering a barrier holding A-League grand final at new stadium

The Age Monday, 8 April 2019
Could Sydney FC lift the A-League title at Bankwest Stadium before the Western Sydney Wanderers have had a chance to play there?
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Son Heung-min believes Kevin De Bruyne does not understand what it means for Tottenham to play at home again after the Manchester City midfielder said he "does not care" about their new stadium. Spurs host City in the Champions League quarter-final first leg in what will be just their second game at...

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