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Second Sydney A-League team back on agenda

A second Sydney team for Australia's domestic football competition is back on the agenda according to recent reports.

The Daily Telegraph suggests that 'former Perth Glory owner Nick Tana and ex-Soccer Australia Chairman, Remo Nogarotto, are being lined up for a sensational return to the game, as the front men for a new Western Sydney franchise.'

Last A-League season there were plans for a club to be constructed in western Sydney but we saw the failed bid of the Western Sydney Rovers which was led by Ian Rowden.

Now there are fresh plans to set up a club to share New South Wales' state capital's market currently owned by Sydney FC with Tana believed to be keen to invest significantly.

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