It's been almost a month since the 2019 Grand Final was played and we're seriously missing the Hyundai A-League action.
So to compensate for the wait before the new 2019/20 season gets underway, we're looking back at some memorable 2018/19 moments.
We start our reflection with Adelaide United. The Reds endured a roller-coaster season but still won silverware and made the top four, while one of their stars was rewarded with a Caltex Socceroos recall.
Here's four of Adelaide's standouts moments.
Goodwin’s FFA Cup 2018 Final double
We were just a few weeks into the 2018/19 season when Adelaide landed the first piece of silverware on the domestic calendar: the FFA Cup 2018.
In a repeat of the FFA Cup 2017 decider, United took on Sydney FC but this time in front of their home fans with more than 14,000 cramming into Coopers Stadium.
And they were treated to a Craig Goodwin masterclass as the returning winger scored two 'worldies' – a stunning free-kick opener and an equally emphatic volleyed winner with his weaker right foot to sink the Sky Blues 2-1.
It was the continuation of Goodwin's incredible start to the campaign. He went on to score 10 goals and provide nine assists in 29 appearances in the Hyundai A-League.
His form not only saw the Reds make the Hyundai A-League Semi Finals but earned the 27-year-old a call-up to Graham Arnold’s Caltex Socceroos squad to face Korea Republic in June.
Comeback for the ages against Roar
When it comes to gripping drama, amazing comebacks and brilliant goals, Adelaide’s Round 17 clash with Brisbane Roar had all of it… and even more.
On a crazy night at Coopers Stadium, the Reds appeared to be on the end of a sobering defeat after Ken Ilso was sent off early before Roar raced to a 3-0 lead inside 43 minutes via Henrique, Dylan Wenzel-Halls and Adam Taggart.
But a goal from skipper Isaias in first-half stoppage-time sparked arguably the greatest fightback in Hyundai A-League history.
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And when Roar had Dane Ingham and Jamie Young sent off in the second half, momentum completely flipped the Reds' way, with Craig Goodwin lashing in his side's second and George Blackwood heading Adelaide level with 15 minutes to go.
There would be more drama in the seventh-minute of injury-time as Nikola Mileusnic headed in from close range to spark amazing scenes inside Coopers.
Blackwood sinks Mariners at the death
Blackwood played in fits and starts for Adelaide in the first half of the season but it was this late winner in Round 16's clash with the Mariners that saw the young striker win consistent starts at the tail end of the campaign.
It looked as though United were going to be held by the Mariners with scores level at 1-1 into injury time until Blackwood, summoned off the bench in the second half, nodded Scott Galloway's cross home from close-range to gift the Reds a 2-1 win.
It was Blackwood’s first goal of the campaign and the relief was evident in his celebration of the crucial match-winner.
Semi Final epic in Perth
It will go down as one of the greatest finals matches in Hyundai A-League history and the Reds more than played their part.
Adelaide had edged Melbourne City 1-0 in a 120-minute Elimination Final contest just five days earlier, but Kurz's side again showed their fighting qualities against Premiers Perth Glory in May's Semi Final.
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Diego Castro's brace had the Reds on the brink of elimination with 10 minutes remaining, but Adelaide weren't dead, with Baba Diawara restoring hope and Ryan Kitto equalising right at the death.
Scott Neville put Glory ahead in the first half of extra-time but again the Reds rallied: Michael Marrone burying a superb header in the 115th minute to make it 3-3 and send the game to penalties.
Despite keeper Paul Izzo making three saves in the shootout, counterpart Liam Reddy made four, and Glory prevailed 5-4 on penalties to win a Hyundai A-League classic.