Posts Tagged "Football"

This transfer window will go down as the biggest yet in recent memory not only because of Neymar’s record £200 million ($340 million) deal to PSG but also because Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea and even Everton to some extent have spent record numbers in trying to achieve their goals.

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Huddersfield Town will be looking to keep their third clean sheet when they host former Premier League champions Leicester City. Join The Roar from 12 midnight (AEST) for live scores.

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In a great day for Australian Football, the Matildas defeated Brazil 2-1 at a sold-out Pepper Stadium.

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Match result: In a great day for Australian Football, the Matildas defeated Brazil 2-1 at a sold-out Pepper Stadium.

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Is there ever a time, situation or event which could force you to change teams? Most of you will say no, if only because being tarred as a bandwagoner is one of the most frowned upon things within sport.

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Football fever has hit Sydney and it all kicks off tomorrow when the Westfield Matildas will play Brazil in the first of a two-game international series at a sold out Pepper Stadium.

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The Football Federation Australia (FFA) is a distracted organisation that is unable to make strategic decisions to improve the footprint of football in this country.

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The Socceroos will head to Malaysia after all for the away leg of their World Cup qualifying playoff next month against Syria.

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Soccer’s civil war is no closer to resolution despite the nine state federations coming to an agreement on how Football Federation Australia’s congress should be structured.

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Melbourne City’s reign as FFA Cup holders ended in lacklustre fashion as Sydney FC eased to a 2-0 quarter-final victory at Leichhardt Oval on Wednesday.

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On a perfectly palatable Leichhardt Oval pitch, on a night sinking into a premature summer balm, the FFA Cup quarter finals staged a rematch of last season’s FFA Cup final.

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As the thirteenth running of the A-League draws ever nearer and excitement builds around what promises to be another gripping season, membership numbers continue to build, new international signings arrive and fresh kits are unveiled.

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Sydney FC entertain Melbourne City in the quarter final of the FFA Cup at Leichhardt Oval in Sydney. Join The Roar for live scores and a blog of the match, starting from 7.30pm (AEST).

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Embattled FFA chairman Steven Lowy is set to remain in his position following reports that consensus on a new congress was reached overnight.

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Thank goodness for the IQ. As expected, I missed the start of the Australia versus Thailand game but was able to catch it on delay. I had to avoid spoilers so unfortunately missed The Roar’s always enjoyable blog.

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Ange Postecoglou, currently being pelted by 140 character-long calls for his dismissal – all of them premature, blind to the fact no one suitable could successfully replace him at such a precarious moment in qualifying – is feeling besieged.

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While the reflection and analysis of Australia’s failure to secure an automatic qualifying spot for Russia 2018 starts to simmer, two things have become obvious.

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With UEFA Champions League football on the horizon, we take a look at how all the English sides will fare on the European stage.

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Crystal Palace have parted ways with Dutchman Frank De Boer, after only four games in charge and 73 days in the top job.

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The Socceroos’ path to the World Cup is about to get even tougher with next month’s qualifying play-off against Syria likely to be played in the Middle East – not in Malaysia.

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