From the expertsThe low down from those in the know
Last Friday, Newcastle Jets announced the winning design for its 2013-2014 away kit. There were three kits to choose from but, by popular demand, the winning design was hardly new.
The Central Coast Mariners have already shown they can match Guangzhou Evergrande in terms of performance, but will need to do it again on Wednesday to have any chance of reaching the quarter-finals of soccer’s Asian Champions League.
Football Federation Australia (FFA) boss David Gallop does not believe it would be a “disaster” for the Socceroos to not qualify for the 2014 World Cup.
With the A-League fixtures for next season set to be released tomorrow, featuring a live Friday night free-to-air fixture on SBS2 for the first time, it’s pertinent to ask what type of fixture should kick-off each weekend?
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Tim Cahill has scored a stoppage-time winner against the Los Angeles Galaxy to lift the New York Red Bulls three points clear at the top of Major League Soccer’s Eastern Conference on Sunday.
Ernie Merrick, who steered Melbourne Victory to two A-League soccer titles, is the new coach of the Wellington Phoenix.
It was a message that reverberated around the room last Thursday night, as fans from around New South Wales met at FFA headquarters in Sydney.
English football witnessed the end of an era on Sunday as Alex Ferguson signed off as Manchester United manager with an extraordinary 5-5 draw at West Bromwich Albion in his 1,500th and final game.
Roberto Mancini bade farewell to Manchester City fans by taking out a full-page ad in the local newspaper on Saturday, thanking them for their support during his 3 1/2 years in charge.
The most enthralling fixture this week was arguably not the FA Cup final or even the Europa League decider, it was a game which took place in Asia hosted by an Australian team.
Central Coast haven’t managed more than one away goal in any of their the Asian Champions League (ACL) matches this season.
Harry Kewell’s hopes of featuring in the Socceroos’ squad for next month’s World Cup qualifiers have been dealt a huge blow with the veteran striker released by Qatari club Al Gharafa.
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As a long-time fan, everything that concerns me about current culture at Arsenal Football Club was encapsulated by the celebrations of its players on Sunday.
It’s a question we all have an opinion on, fans and detractors alike. A much-publicised survey came out a few weeks ago, ranking Australia in the top 20 leagues of the world, but is this reasonable?
Last week a football match took place in Gosford between an Australian A-League team and a Chinese Super League team. The Telegraph reported the match as follows.
It was a little embarrassing to see the Arsenal players celebrating like they’d just won the Champions League (CL) trophy when in fact they had just scraped into the final qualifying position for next years top European competition.
These next few weeks are crucial for the Australian men’s national football team and their desperate need to qualify for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
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People from far beyond Europe tune in to watch the final of the UEFA Champions League, arguably the most competitive football tournament in the world. But there’s a problem.
The excitement level of Matchday 38 of the English Premier League won’t be anywhere near as high as last year’s once in a lifetime finish, but there’s still a couple of lines of the script for season 2012-13 left to be written. Join us from 01.00am AEST for all the action.
This week David Beckham, one of world sport’s – or indeed the world’s – most recognised figures, announced he was hanging up his squillion dollar Adidas-sponsored boots.
Another season of European football is coming to a close and once again, the managerial turnstile is in full swing. The time has even come for the most stable and successful club of its generation to be included in the list.
While most eyes in the footballing world are fixated on North London’s tussle for fourth place in the Premier League, a far more unlikely battle for Champions League football is occurring across the Channel.
It’s been a week since the sun set over Old Trafford and Sir Alex Ferguson, arguably the greatest manager in football history, called time on an illustrious career.
An interesting article by Mathew Windley in the Herald Sun caught my eye today, regarding Melbourne Victory’s plans to grow their support.