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Time waits for no one as Western Melbourne begin recruitment in earnest

Western Melbourne Group were a surprise to many when they won the third Victorian A-League licence, but they are racing to set up for next season.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Ross Aloisi and Rudan emerge as coaching targets of Western Melbourne

Ross Aloisi and Mark Rudan are on the radar to become Western Melbourne Group's head coach, while John Hutchinson has been linked with the assistant's job.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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'Toxic' Smoke Blankets Western Melbourne Suburb [Video]'Toxic' Smoke Blankets Western Melbourne Suburb  00:21

A thick plume of black smoke billowed from a factory fire in West Footscray, Melbourne, on the morning of Thursday, August 30. The Metropolitan Fire Brigade said more than 80 firefighters and 20 fire..

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Huge Plume of Toxic Black Smoke Rises From West Footscray Industrial Fire [Video]Huge Plume of Toxic Black Smoke Rises From West Footscray Industrial Fire  00:39

A huge column of toxic black smoke from an industrial fire in West Footscray billowed over Yarraville and stretched out several more kilometres over the western Melbourne suburbs on August 30...

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West Footscray Industrial Fire Sends Smoke Into Skies Over Melbourne [Video]West Footscray Industrial Fire Sends Smoke Into Skies Over Melbourne  00:35

A huge column of toxic black smoke from an industrial fire in West Footscray stretched out over the western Melbourne suburbs on August 30. More than 80 firefighters and over 20 units, including aerial..

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Hutchinson a target for Western Melbourne

Western Melbourne Group is believed to be tagetting former Central Coast Mariners title winning captain John Hutchinson for an assistant coaching position
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Western Melbourne sign first assistant coach

John Anastasiadis, who has enjoyed great success with Bentleigh Greens, will now get the chance to step up to A-League level with Western Melbourne.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Western Melbourne won't receive funding from FFA to sign Brown

A deal to sign Celtic captain Scott Brown is well and truly alive for Western Melbourne despite not receiving marquee funding from FFA.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Regional venues on Western Melbourne Group's radar

Western Melbourne remains in the process of scouting potential venues to prepare for and play in the A-League in 2019-2020
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

A-League's new clubs will have to hit the ground running

The pressure is on the A-League's newest clubs, Western Melbourne and Macarthur South West Sydney, to deliver on the field from day one.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Western Melbourne believes it is setting a new template for sports bodies

The West Melbourne Group is admant that its funding model for a new stadium will set a new template for how sports bodies fund infrastructure in this country
Brisbane Times - Published

The west wins: Western Melbourne back on national soccer scene

The news that Melbourne’s west would play home to a club in Australia’s national competition for the first time since the days of the Melbourne Knights was met with joy and optimism.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Western Melbourne yet to strike formal agreement to play at Kardinia Park

The Western Melbourne Group have been granted an A-League licence without a formal agreement in place to play games at GMHBA Stadium while their proposed new stadium at Tarneit is being built.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

New Melbourne, Sydney teams to join expanded A-League

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's top club competition, the A-League, will expand to 12 teams by 2020 with a team based in western Melbourne joining next season, Football Federation Australia said on..
SBS - Published

FFA board decides on winning bids as expansion goes ahead next season

A-League expansion will begin next season with Western Melbourne set to enter the competition and South West Sydney to follow a year later.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Two A-League expansion bids won't try again if they miss out

It's looming as now or never for the Southern Expansion and Western Melbourne bids to enter the A-League
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

A-League expansion bidders Western Melbourne linked to Celtic star

Scott Brown, the Scottish champions' captain, is reportedly the target to be the Western Melbourne Group's inaugural marquee.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

West Melbourne A-league bid shows hand

The A-league bidder from western Melbourne is set to reveal its plans.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Health care service changes name over terror link

A WESTERN Melbourne health care service has been forced to change its name to differentiate itself from the terrorist organisation Isis.
Herald Sun - Published

Teens arrested over crime spree

EIGHT teens have been arrested after an alleged crime spree in western Melbourne that involved two aggravated burglaries and a carjacking within an hour.
Herald Sun - Published

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