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Paul Williams is an Adelaide-based football writer. Specialising in Asian football, he writes about the beautiful game for a host of publications including FourFourTwo Singapore, FourFourTwo Arabia, FOX Sports Asia and Arab News, and also co-hosts The Asian Game podcast. You can follow him on Twitter @PaulWilliams_85.

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April 2017

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A-League All Stars are the key to Asian football

A-League All Stars are the key to Asian football

8 Nov 2017

Whether we like it or not, football runs fourth in Australia when it comes to professional sports – behind AFL, rugby league and cricket. The battle for relevancy is real.

The A-League season is starting a week too early

The A-League season is starting a week too early

3 Oct 2017

Some people, including myself, would say too much football is never enough. But in the Australian sporting landscape, when most major media outlets are still digesting the AFL and NRL grand finals, is too much football too much?

Okon masterminding a Mariners renovation

Okon masterminding a Mariners renovation

10 Aug 2017

Australia loves a renovation.

Wheels falling off Adelaide wagon

Wheels falling off Adelaide wagon

6 Jul 2017

Cast your mind back to just over 12 months ago and the euphoric scenes at the Adelaide Oval when Adelaide United broke their 11-year drought to be crowned champions of Australia.

Will the Socceroos make the World Cup and does Australia even care?

Will the Socceroos make the World Cup and does Australia even care?

7 Jun 2017

To say there is a buzz around Adelaide ahead of Thursday’s crucial World Cup qualifier against Saudi Arabia is probably overstating things a touch. It’s more of a light hum.

Pressure builds on Sydney FC

Pressure builds on Sydney FC

3 May 2017

Pressure. It can do funny things to people; people at the top of their game, people so normally clinical in what they do.