If A-League clubs were chocolate bars

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The time has come to judge all the A-League teams based on some of the most delicious and not so tasty chocolate bars in the world.

The judgements will be made based off all the teams form this season.

Perth Glory – Kit Kat 

The best side in the business right now warrants a comparison with a chocolate many consider the very best. One word to describe a Kit Kat is satisfying and Perth have definitely been that with their performances in 2018-19.

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Sydney FC – Milky Way 

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A close contender to the Kit Kat, Sydney’s battle to try knock Perth off the top of the standings is much like battle between Kit Kat and the Milky Way. Either way a delightful chocolate bar that represents the formidable Sydney outfit.

Melbourne Victory – Twix 

An absolute classic piece of chocolate for a team with rich history in the competition. Victory finished the campaign in third spot and given that a Twix always produces, it means that Melbourne could still take the championship plate this year.

Adelaide United – Snickers 

Adelaide can be associated with a unit that is eager and hungry to get out on to the pitch and deliver and we all know that Snickers quenches hunger.

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Wellington Phoenix – Original Cadbury chocolate 

The Phoenix haven’t set the A-League alive this season and much like the Cadbury chocolate bars, they do not have any outstanding features, but they have nailed the basics right enough to get themselves into the finals picture this season.

Melbourne City – Hershey’s cookies and creme 

This bar has all the makings of being one of the best, but it just doesn’t seem to hit the heights of the elite. City is an outfit you would describe as having all the tools and facilities  to be one of the best teams, but don’t live up to expectation consistently.

Newcastle Jets – Fry’s Peppermint Cream 

Peppermint is a hit or miss with people and the Jets are certainly a hit and miss as proven over the last two seasons. From the heartache of loosing the grand final in 2017-18 to not even solidifying a spot inside the top six shows there patchy form.

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Western Sydney Wanderers – Cadbury Twirl 

A season with a bit of twirl is what would best describe the Wanderers. At one point they had managed just two wins in 17 matches before salvaging some pride by winning three of their four games after that period.

Brisbane Roar – Areo Orange 

Brisbane used to be your Kit Kat and Milky Way, but now times have changed and now they are a bit of an outcast, like the Areo brand. Maybe the appointment of Robbie Fowler will catapult the Roar back to the brilliant best.

Central Coast Mariners – Bounty 

The worst side in the A-League must be associated with the worst chocolate out there. Nothing much else to mention.

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Feature image: Ngau Kai Yan

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Michael Djordjieski
Bachelor of Sports Media graduate from the University of Canberra. Live and breath everything to do with football.