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Brisbane Roar vs Ulsan - AFC Champions League (ACL) Preview

Brisbane Roar vs Ulsan - AFC Champions League (ACL) Preview

Brisbane Roar vs Ulsan - AFC Champions League (ACL) Preview

Brisbane Roar vs Ulsan - AFC Champions League (ACL) Preview

While pre-match discussion has focused on player departures at Brisbane Roar, coach John Aloisi has revealed he's set to sign a new contract.

Brisbane Roar captain Matt McKay has urged his team to "prove Australian football's still strong" ahead of their final AFC Champions League (ACL) group match versus Ulsan.

Adelaide United's loss to Jiangsu Suning on Tuesday night confirmed the A-League won't have a club in the ACL Round of 16 for the second time in three years.

Coming up against Ulsan on Wednesday, McKay claimed the K-League club would provide Brisbane with an opportunity to gain some positive momentum ahead of 2017-18.

Ulsan crushed Brisbane Roar 6-0 in February.

"We're out there to win," Brisbane Roar's skipper told reporters on Tuesday.

"We want to end the season on a positive note… we want the players that are staying to be in a positive mood going into the off-season so when we arrive back early July to start pre-season that we're ready and raring to go to make ourselves a better team.

Brisbane Roar's 3-0 loss away to Group E leaders Muangthong United a fortnight ago ended the Queensland-based club's hopes of advancing to the knockout stages of the ACL.

Ulsan can't advance either as they are level on four points with Roar, although the K-League outfit - which is the home of former Brisbane midfielder Dimitri Petratos - have won their past three domestic matches.

The lead-up to Brisbane Roar's last match of the season has been dominated by discussion of player departures, with veteran midfielder Thomas Broich pulling out of what would have been his final match for the club with an ankle injury.

Brandon Borrello and Jamie Maclaren are both reportedly set to move to Germany, and coach John Aloisi insisted such interest in Brisbane Roar's players is a good thing.

"That means we're doing something right at this football club," he said.

"As a football club, as coaches, you look at that and… if you can help someone progress and develop as a player and create interest in overseas clubs then we're on the right path, and we know that."

Aloisi added that he's agreed to a contract extension with Brisbane Roar but has yet to sign the deal as his agent is in Europe, but the 41-year-old is excited to have his future all-but organized.

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Betting tips - AFC Champions League (ACL) : Brisbane Roar vs Ulsan - Over 2.5 Goals