03-Jan-2018 18:00:07 | The Guardian
At the midpoint of the season, Sydney’s dominance puts them in a rosy light, but suggests almost every other team is coming up short
At the midway point of the A-League season, despite some positive sub-plots, only two sides have performed at an encouraging level. Play across the league has been largely reactive, rigid and reliant on chance, and Sydney’s dominance points emphatically towards an overall lack of quality.
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