Janek is a freelance journalist based in Berlin. He previously worked at the Newcastle Herald.
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The A-League’s active support went to extreme measures to have their voices heard over the FFA’s much-maligned banning process, yet now they must unite again to condemn minorities who continue to tarnish the game’s reputation.
When supporters bail early from a football match, a contest they have paid hard-earned dollars to attend and enjoy, you know the situation is dire.
The Socceroos’ success at the 2015 Asian Cup was supposed to herald a new bright era for Australia’s development under the FFA. Yet the federation’s youth teams have faltered, unable to match their senior colleagues at the highest level.
When you attend your first Sydney derby at Parramatta Stadium, you expect to be blown away. You expect a cracking contest, a match where both clubs are giving everything in order to claim bragging rights over their fierce rivals, both on and off the pitch.
Australia’s qualification for the Rio Olympics took a huge blow early Friday morning, as the Olyroos fell in their opening AFC Under-23 Asian Cup game 1-0 to the United Arab Emirates.
Football fans can be a hysterical, fickle bunch.