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James Meredith signs on for another season at Campbelltown

James Meredith joined Macarthur FC just two weeks before their inaugural season kicked off. But despite not having a full preseason, the left back was an integral part of the squad. Meredith played 19 games during the season and scored two goals, both against Melbourne Victory. Now he has been rewarded with another year at… Read more »

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Bulls shooting for place in grand final – and football history

The football gods have smiled on Macarthur FC, who will only have to travel to Kogarah for their elimination final against minor premiers Melbourne City tomorrow. Thanks to another round of Covid-19, the game has been shifted from Melbourne to Sydney, which means City losing their home ground advantage. However, Macarthur FC will still have… Read more »

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Bulls conductor Benat returns for Mariners clash

Denis Genrau has won Socceroos selection for World Cup qualifiers. A-League action returns to Campbelltown tonight when Macarthur FC host Central Coast Mariners as the battle for finals spots heats up. The Bulls and the Mariners are currently teams four and five on the ladder, both on 36 points, with three matches remaining. The team… Read more »

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Macarthur FC need to win big tonight

Macarthur FC go into tonight’s clash with Melbourne Victory at Campbelltown Stadium off the back of a four match unbeaten run. However three of those matches were draws and as the Bulls head into the business end of the A-League season they need to convert them into victories and collect the vital three premiership points… Read more »

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Macarthur FC host Newcastle Jets in crunch match

The Bulls will be without Ivan Franjic, who has a calf injury. Macarthur FC will be desperate to snap a two game losing streak when they host Newcastle Jets tomorrow evening at Campbelltown Sports Stadium. Head coach Ante Milicic admitted today that the two defeats in a row were disappointing. “But we’re back among our… Read more »

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