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UAE in World Cup last chance saloon

A poor pitch and slow ticket sales add to the disadvantages that Australia will face against United Arab Emirates in their World Cup qualifier.

Cahill or Juric? Socceroos' goal puzzle

Will Tomi Juric or Tim Cahill start as striker in Tuesday night's World Cup qualifier between the Socceroos and UAE?

Hungry Socceroos out to get physical

Socceroos captain Mile Jedinak has vowed to regain the physical ascendancy over their World Cup qualifying opponents UAE on Tuesday night.

Durante torn by big Phoenix win

Wellington A-League captain Andrew Durante, away on international duty, was both proud and frustrated by Wellington's 5-0 win over Newcastle Jets.

Sydney can be best in AL history: Brosque

Skipper Alex Brosque says Sydney FC's latest achievements have made the players acutely aware what a remarkable chance they have at making A-League history.

Smith ready to leave EPL for game time

Brad Smith is one of few Australians in the English Premier League but concedes he will soon need to change that if he doesn't spend more time on the park.

Sydney far too good for Perth in A-League

Premiers' Plate winners Sydney FC have cruised to victory at Perth Glory to set a record for most points in an 27-round A-League season.

Phoenix embarrass sorry Jets in A-League

A depleted Wellington Phoenix have found late-season goalscoring form with a 5-0 A-League victory over the hapless Newcastle Jets.

Postecoglou mulls Socceroos switch-up

James Troisi is a likely starter for the Socceroos against United Arab Emirates with playmaker Aaron Mooy suspended.

Another record for A-League leaders Sydney

Sydney FC have set one A-League record and equalled two more with a 3-0 win away win over Perth Glory a day after securing the Premiers Plate

Cahill confident of World Cup berth

For the Socceroos, home is where the heart is - Australia have lost just one of their past 56 home World Cup qualifiers since 1981.

Roar not in turmoil, Aloisi praises fight

Brisbane Roar bosses have said the character of their A-League team shows they are heading in the right direction.

Milligan vows to fix Socceroos leaks

Australia's utility man Mark Milligan says he's happy to do whatever job is required for the Socceroos as they attempt to reach the World Cup.

My Roos role more than just goals: Leckie

As he readies for another potential World Cup qualifying start against the UAE, Mathew Leckie points out there's more to his game than scoring goals.

Roar win hands Sydney FC Premiers' Plate

Sydney FC have their first A-League silverware in seven years after the Brisbane Roar scored a 1-0 over the Melbourne Victory at Suncorp Stadium.

Reds rise from bottom after Mariners win

A Baba Diawara brace has helped Adelaide defeat Central Coast for the Reds' first away win of the A-League season.

A-League video replay priority is accuracy

FFA's director of referees is confident most video replay teething issues have been eliminated, a fortnight before they're introduced in the A-League.

Phoenix harbour faint A-League hopes

Wellington Phoenix must win against Newcastle Jets this weekend if they are to keep their faint A-League play-off hopes alive, co-coach Chris Greenacre says.

NZ ease to victory over Fiji in soccer WCQ

New Zealand has cruised to a 2-0 win over Fiji in their Oceania World Cup qualifying match, with second-half goals to Chris Wood and Marco Rojas.

Socceroos urge patience with new system

The Socceroos arrived back in Australia hours late on Saturday after delays and now shift their attention to Tuesday's World Cup qualifier with UAE.

Lowe says Sydney the best ever - possibly

Perth Glory can close to within one point of third spot if they beat Sydney FC at nib Stadium on Sunday.

City hopeful on Jakobsen's fitness

Melbourne City coach Michael Valkanis is hoping he will have the man he rates the A-League's premier defender back in harness next week

A-League veteran Santalab setting records

Western Sydney's veteran striker Brendon Santalab is defying footballing logic by becoming more prolific as he gets older

Socceroos call-up a 'surprise' to Langerak

Mitch Langerak admits he was surprised by Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou's decision to hand him a start against Iraq on Thursday.

Record-setting Santalab is Wanderers' hero

Veteran striker Brendon Santalab has set a Western Sydney Wanderers season goalscoring record with a hat-trick in their 3-1 A-League win over Melbourne City.

Mariners A-League boss has goal in mind

Lowly A-League clubs Central Coast Mariners and Adelaide United will be looking to move away from the bottom of the ladder when they meet on Saturday.

Irvine thrilled with first Socceroos start

Jackson Irvine says the gloss was taken off his starting debut by the Socceroos' inability to protect their lead in their World Cup qualifier against Iraq.

Understrength Victory will fight: Muscat

Melbourne Victory manager Kevin Muscat has guaranteed Christian Theoharous his A-League debut in Saturday night's match against Brisbane.

Roar's Theo explains A-League 'assault'

Brisbane goalkeeper Michael Theo says collecting Adelaide United's Dylan McGowan with a stray elbow wasn't intentional.

Phoenix plead for international breaks

Wellington Phoenix amplify their demands to the FFA that it introduces an international window to the A-League.

Socceroos bullied on the ball: Jedinak

The Socceroos are usually strong on the ball and in the air but skipper Mile Jedinak concedes they lost the physical battle against Iraq.

Socceroos player ratings against Iraq

How each Socceroos player fared in Thursday's World Cup qualifier with Iraq in Tehran.

Taking risks is just who I am: Postecoglou

Those who want the Socceroos to play it safe in World Cup qualifying should wait for the next coach, Ange Postecoglou says.

Socceroos in huge selection shake-up

Ange Postecoglou will deploy a three-man Socceroos defence in a huge selection surprise in Thursday's World Cup qualifier against Iraq.

Ross Aloisi banned for four A-League games

Ross Aloisi and Craig Moore have both copped bans for their actions in Sunday's controversy-plagued A-League clash in Adelaide.

Wanderers out to cement sixth against City

Wanderers playmaker Mitch Nichols says the key to consolidating a top-six A-League spot is keeping calm and capitalising on last week's about-turn.

Jakobsen no certainty for Melb City return

Danish centre-back Michael Jakobsen will be closely monitored by Melbourne City's medical staff before a possible return after a seven-week break.

Victory turn to youth for Roar clash

In order to keep the A-League title race alive, Melbourne Victory must beat Brisbane Roar without James Troisi, Besart Berisha, Marco Rojas and Jai Ingham.

Big things to come from Socceroo Irvine

Socceroos skipper Mile Jedinak has hailed the rise of midfielder Jackson Irvine, who is mounting an increasingly strong case for his first international start.

Southgate calls out shameful England fans

England manager Gareth Southgate has not been in the job long but he is already putting the nation's disrespectful supporters, and players, on notice.

Iraq better than results show: Postecoglou

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou says Thursday night's World Cup qualifying opponents Iraq are far more lethal than what recent results would suggest.

Jedinak embracing likely defensive switch

Socceroos captain Mile Jedinak will remain a midfielder for his country but says he's feeling "positive" about a mooted switch to Aston Villa's midfield.

Sydney FC granted wish to postpone Plate

FFA has granted the Sky Blues' wish to postpone their inevitable Premiers' Plate presentation until their final-round home game against Newcastle on April 15.

Guide to Socceroos' World Cup qualifier

A snapshot of Australia's World Cup qualifier against United Arab Emirates in Sydney on Tuesday night.

World Cup spot not enough for Postecoglou

Just qualifying for next year's World Cup in Russia won't satisfy Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou as he approaches Thursday's crucial clash against Iraq.

No Tehran bedlam for Socceroos 20 years on

Twenty years on, the memories of Tehran are flooding back for long-time Socceroos physiotherapist Les Gelis.

A-League golden boot not Fornaroli's focus

Tim Cahill's A-League absence might hurt Melbourne City's hopes against Western Sydney, but it could help Bruno Fornaroli's golden boot chances.

Phoenix put Sydney A-League horror to bed

Wellington Phoenix have said negatives have been cast to one side as their A-League campaign enters a life-support phase.

Socceroos set for scrapfest on dodgy pitch

The Socceroos are set to encounter yet another dodgy pitch in Thursday night's World Cup qualifier against Iraq at Tehran's PAS Stadium.

Cahill sees something special in McGree

Tim Cahill has hailed the selection of Socceroos rookie Riley McGree and says he wants to help the 18-year-old develop his game.

Socceroo Cahill still as hungry as ever

He's 37 and his body is showing signs of wear and tear but Tim Cahill says he won't be losing the appetite to play at the highest level any time soon.

No Rogic could be a good thing: Luongo

Massimo Luongo believes the absence of star Socceroo Tom Rogic could bear a silver lining as they look to get their World Cup qualifying campaign back on track.

The decision that prolonged Santa's career

It wasn't until well after Brendon Santalab joined Western Sydney that he fully understood the extent to which that decision would lengthen his career.

Troisi hoping for Victory marquee offer

Returning Socceroo James Troisi says he would welcome the chance to stay at Melbourne Victory as he is reluctant to take another "gamble" overseas.

I'm close to Inter Milan debut

Trent Sainsbury believes he is closing in on an Inter Milan debut but concedes he needs to start playing soon to keep his Socceroos ambitions alive.

Socceroo Milligan's future up in the air

Mark Milligan is unsure of where he'll play next season or if he'll figure in Australia's crucial World Cup qualifier against Iraq in Tehran on Thursday night.

Fans abuse McGowan over dad's crime

Adelaide defender Dylan McGowan says he has been abused by A-League fans for his father's murder conviction.

Parkhouse played down virus: Phoenix coach

An irate Des Buckingham has criticised Adam Parkhouse after revealing there was more to the defender's subpar display against the Wanderers than met the eye.

A-League snapshot for round 23

A snapshot of the A-League after round 23

A-League's six all but set after 23 rounds

In trouncing Wellington 3-1 on Sunday, the Wanderers have climbed five points clear of the seventh-placed Phoenix and six ahead of eighth-placed Newcastle.

Ross Aloisi and Craig Moore cited by FFA

Adelaide United defender Dylan McGowan says there should be repercussions if Brisbane assistant coach Ross Aloisi is found to have struck a Reds assistant.

WSW demolish Nix for first Spotless win

In disposing of a hapless Wellington 3-1, the Wanderers have nabbed their first win at Spotless Stadium this A-League season.

Coaches clash in A-League tunnel

Brisbane Roar assistant coach Ross Aloisi could be investigated for a clash with a rival coach after Sunday's A-League game in Adelaide.

Fallen Brandan spurs City's A-League hopes

Melbourne City played with the spirit of sidelined terrier Fernando Brandan in their 4-0 A-League win over Newcastle.

Cahill sparks City A-League rout of Jets

Tim Cahill, Nick Fitzgerald and Bruno Fornaroli have scored in Melbourne City's routine dismissal of Newcastle Jets on Saturday night.

Burns in, Jeggo out of Socceroos squad

Nathan Burns has earned a late Socceroos call-up to replace the injured Jimmy Jeggo for upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Iraq and the UAE.

Composure the key against Phoenix: Popovic

The inconsistent Wanderers shone when the stakes were highest against FC Seoul. Now they face an equally pivotal A-League clash with Wellington.

Elrich rallies Adelaide United's Red Army

Before Adelaide United's game against Brisbane, defender Tarek Elrich has pleaded with fans not to abandon the battling A-League club.

No new model agreed in FFA talks

FFA chairman Steven Lowy has fallen short of agreement on a new governance model in crunch talks to reform the sport.

Phoenix's McGlinchey left out of WSW trip

Wellington playmaker Mike McGlinchey will not travel with the side to Sydney to take on the Wanderers in the A-League due to a lack of match-fitness.

Tim Cahill primed for A-League test v Jets

Michael Jakobsen's spell out with a calf injury will lengthen to six weeks and he has been ruled out of Melbourne City's A-League clash with Newcastle.

Socceroos golden gen 'won nothing': Kewell

Australian Harry Kewell says the current Socceroos squad shouldn't be criticised as they've already achieved more than his 'golden generation' ever did.

Aussie Ryan's Genk reach Europa quarters

Socceroos goalkeeper Mat Ryan's Belgian club Genk have progressed to the quarter-finals of the Europa League after drawing with Gent.

A-League round-23 preview panel

A preview panel of the second half of the A-League's split round 23.

Victory bans fans involved in Sydney brawl

Melbourne Victory have moved to ban supporters involved in a wild brawl in Sydney earlier this month, in which road signs were allegedly used as weapons.

Victory marquee Bozanic bound for J-League

Ventforet Kofu have confirmed Oliver Bozanic has agreed to a deal with the J-League side and is set to join them at training straight away, pending a medical.

Wanderers gain confidence from ACL win

Tony Popovic says the Wanderers' ACL victory over FC Seoul has injected much-needed belief into his A-League squad.

Adelaide boss wants more after ACL draw

Adelaide United coach Guillermo Amor wants more from his players after Wednesday night's 3-3 draw against Korea's Jeju United in the Asian Champions League.

Wanderers edge Seoul 3-2, revive ACL hopes

The Wanderers have given Australian football a much-needed shot in the arm, keeping their ACL hopes alive with the country's first win in this year's tournament

Adelaide draw with Jeju in ACL game

Adelaide United have drawn 3-3 with Korea's Jeju United in Wednesday night's Asian Champions League match in Adelaide.

Next-gen Socceroos gather in Spain

Olyroos coach Josep Gombau will bring together 22 of Australia's brightest Socceroos prospects for a development camp in Spain.

City's Brattan shooting for Europe move

Luke Brattan says he has no idea where he'll be playing next season but he knows exactly the challenge over the next two months.

Put faith in youth, Ange urges AL coaches

Ange Postecoglou has bemoaned the lack of young talent being given a chance to show what they can do in the A-League.

Aloisi insists Asian hopes remain alive

John Aloisi believes Brisbane Roar can still climb off the AFC Champions League canvas after a deflating 3-0 defeat to Japanese powerhouse Kashima Antlers.

Brisbane cop another heavy defeat in Japan

Brisbane Roar are still searching for a maiden AFC Champions League win after losing 3-0 to reigning Japanese soccer champions Kashima Antlers.

Wanderers battle FC Seoul for ACL survival

A third-straight defeat in the ACL for the Wanderers against FC Seoul on Wednesday will almost certainly spell an early exit from Asia's premier tournament.

Socceroos WC qualifying state of play

Where things sit for the Socceroos on the road to Russia 2018 after Thursday night's 1-1 draw against Iraq in Tehran.

Galekovic could leave Adelaide United

Captain Eugene Galekovic may leave Adelaide United at the end of the season as he prepares to return for their Asian Champions League game on Wednesday night.

McGree could get Socceroos game time: Ange

Coach Ange Postecoglou has confirmed his 23-man squad for the Socceroos' World Cup qualifiers against Iraq and the UAE, with Riley McGree surviving the cut.

Misery for Mourinho as Chelsea beat ManU

Chelsea have reached the semi-finals of the English FA Cup after beating defending champions Manchester United 1-0 at Stamford Bridge.

Intrigue as Ange readies to trim Socceroos

Coach Ange Postecoglou will shave his extended 30-man squad down by seven players on Tuesday after watching his selections in action over the weekend.

Recharged Roar ready to go in Japan

Brisbane Roar coach John Aloisi is confident his side will give a much better account of themselves in the AFC Champions League after a handy nine-day break.

Arnold uses break to hurt Sydney FC squad

Sydney FC Graham Arnold will use a 16-day break to 'hurt the boys" in a bid to prevent even a whiff of complacency sneaking into their title push.

Socceroo Juric underlines his ambition

Socceroos striker Tomi Juric says he has heard coach Ange Postecoglou's call for more ambition from his players loud and clear.

No let up for Victory in A-League: Muscat

Melbourne Victory are aiming to take as much momentum as they can into the A-League finals after their 4-1 win over Perth Glory at AAMI Park.

Victory beat Glory, tighten grip on second

Melbourne Victory have won an entertaining A-League encounter against Perth Glory at AAMI Park, to keep the Premiers' Plate chase alive.

Okon slams 'embarrassing' Allianz pitch

Paul Okon has declared Central Coast's loss to Sydney FC should not have been played because Allianz Stadium's multi-purpose pitch was in such a poor state.

Necevski gives Okon selection conundrum

Mariners coach Paul Okon has a tough goalkeeping selection decision ahead after Ivan Necevski's stellar performance against Sydney FC in Paul Izzo's absence.

Sydney down Mariners to close in on Plate

Sydney squeezed out a 1-0 win over Central Coast at Allianz Stadium on Friday night to come within touching distance of the Premiers' Plate.

Victory not bothered by poor Perth record

Melbourne Victory haven't banked a win against Perth in their past eight A-League games but Melbourne coach Kevin Muscat is happy with his side's form.

Grant fits Roos right-back mould: Arnold

Rhyan Grant's impressive work rate and attacking prowess fits Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou's ideal right-back model, says Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold.

Socceroo Rogic edging closer to return

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers says Socceroos striker Tom Rogic should be back in action within a month after he returned to training.

A-League round 23 preview panel

Preview panel for round 23 in the A-League.

McGree pick shows Ange still on Roos hunt

If Ange Postecoglou's latest extended Socceroos squad is anything to go by, young Australian World Cup hopefuls still have reason to dream.

McGree stunned by Socceroos call-up

Adelaide United's Riley McGree says being included in the Socceroos squad is unexpected to say the least.

Sydney FC won't celebrate Premiers' Plate

To celebrate winning the Premiers' Plate would be doing exactly what A-League rivals want, Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold says.

Aubameyang hat-trick leads BVB into eight

Borussia Dortmund are into the Champions League's last eight with a 4-0 win over Benfica featuring a hat-trick by Gabon international Pierre Emerick Aubameyang.

Barca's heroics won't be forgotten: coach

Barcelona's stunning 6-1 win over PSG will remain in the minds and hearts of Barcelona fans for a long, long time says coach Luis Enrique.

Matildas finish fourth at Algarve Cup

Australia have lost their third-place match at soccer's Algarve Cup in Portugal, the Matildas going down in a penalty shootout to Denmark.

Evolve your game, Ange tells Maclaren

Brisbane striker Jamie Maclaren might be scoring at better than a goal every two games in the A-League but Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou wants more from him.

Spiranovic's Socceroos future uncertain

Socceroos centre-back Matthew Spiranovic has suffered a "complicated" pre-season quad injury that could keep him out for a significant period.

Vukovic, Grant to grab Socceroos chances

Sydney FC pair Danny Vukovic and Rhyan Grant are pinching themselves after being named in the Socceroos' extended squad.

Williams puts bitter Glory spat behind him

Perth Glory defender Rhys Williams says he was thrilled and surprised after learning of his Socceroos' call-up for upcoming World Cup qualifiers.

City's Brandan injures ACL, season over

Fernando Brandan will miss the rest of Melbourne City's A-League campaign after injuring his anterior cruciate ligament at training.

Sydney has mental edge over us: Valeri

Melbourne Victory captain Carl Varleri admits A-League leaders Sydney FC have a mental advantage over his side after beating them three times this season.

Wright, Irvine score in Championship

Socceroos defender Bailey Wright has scored his maiden goal in the English Championship in Bristol City's 1-1 draw with Norwich.

Ange puts Cahill and Roos trio on notice

Tim Cahill, Nathan Burns, Trent Sainsbury and Brad Smith are no guarantee of making the Socceroos' final squad for March's World Cup qualifiers.

Glory want home final and ACL berth

Perth Glory midfielder Richard Garcia says the club will be aiming for all three points when they take on Melbourne Victory at AAMI Park on Saturday.

Troisi set to bolt into Socceroos squad

Intrigue surrounds several positions as Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou prepares to name his extended 30-man squad for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers.

Matildas to play for third at Algarve Cup

The Matildas will face Denmark to decide third place in soccer's Algarve Cup, with Canada and Spain meeting in the final.

Wollongong AL expansion fight escalates

Their own regional governing body supports southern Sydney's bid, but the Wollongong Wolves are resolved to continue their drive for a standalone A-League team.

Jets coach Jones cops one-match ban

The A-League match review panel has determined Mark Jones committed "offensive, insulting or abusive language and/or gestures against a match official".

Southern Sydney A-League bid confirmed

Football commentators Les Murray and Craig Foster lead an A-League expansion bid for southern Sydney and Illawarra, with backing from a Chinese property giant.

Angry Aloisi denies Adelaide A-League link

Brisbane Roar coach John Aloisi has rubbished a report linking him with a potential move to Adelaide next season.

Quickfire Bolotti treble seals Torino win

Andrea Belotti continued his impressive season by scoring an eight-minute hat-trick in Torino's 3-1 win over Palermo.

Smeltz calls on A-League to change fixture

Wellington Phoenix striker Shane Smeltz says the A-League side's round 24 match against Newcastle should be moved as it falls just one day after NZ play Fiji.

Below the surface, AL battle intensifies

Well below Sydney FC and Melbourne Victory, the contest for a top-four spot and home elimination final is intensifying.

A-League snapshot for round 22

A snapshot of round 22 in the A-League.

Run home for A-League finals contenders

How the A-League's finals lot looks with four rounds remaining.

Roar beat Jets to stay fourth in A-League

Brisbane have beaten the Jets 3-1 in Newcastle to hang on to fourth place on the A-League ladder.

City edge Mariners in A-League thriller

Melbourne City have edged Central Coast 3-2 in a frenetic Gosford encounter to go third and leave the Mariners' A-League finals hopes all but dead.

Reds reject Aloisi coaching links as false

Adelaide say it would be "incredibly rude and inappropriate" to approach John Aloisi regarding a coaching contract and there's been no contact with Brisbane.

Barca and Real earn big La Liga wins

Barcelona have routed Celta Vigo 5-0 and Real Madrid have beaten Eibar 4-1 in Spain's La Liga.

Twain from Spain fall on plain Cologne

Bayern Munich's Spanish duo of Javi Martinez and Juan Bernat scored their first Bundesliga goals this term as Bayern extended their lead at the top.

Mertens with unusual Serie A celebration

Dries Mertens has scored twice and celebrated in unusual fashion as Napoli beat Roma 2-1 in Serie A, and AC Milan have beaten Chievo Verona 3-1.

Popovic rallies against another ref error

Tony Popovic had reason to fume at A-League referees again on Saturday, but he was at least relieved the Wanderers made it through their gruelling fortnight.

Reds hold Wanderers goalless in A-League

Adelaide United have held Western Sydney to a goalless draw at Spotless Stadium.

Late Castro magic denies Nix A-League win

Wellington have surrendered a two-goal second-half lead to draw 3-3 with Perth in their A-League encounter in Auckland.

Report links Aloisi to lucrative Reds deal

Brisbane coach John Aloisi has again been linked to Adelaide, as the Roar travel to the Hunter in a bid to restore that winning feeling.

City give Jakobsen another weekend off

Michael Valkanis says Danish centre-back Michael Jakobsen is too important for Melbourne City's finals campaign to be risked against Central Coast.

Premiers' Plate belongs to Sydney: Brosque

Captain Alex Brosque is confident in saying Sydney FC have effectively won the Premiers' Plate and Melbourne Victory are "out of ideas" how to beat them.

Sydney under 'enormous pressure': Muscat

Coach Kevin Muscat was dumbfounded by referee Peter Green's failure to show Sydney FC defender Michael Zullo a red card early in Melbourne Victory's loss.

Matildas down Dutch 3-2 in Algarve Cup

The Matildas have held strong for a thrilling 3-2 win over the Netherlands to revive their Algarve Cup soccer campaign.

Bobo strike seals Sydney Big Blue victory

Bobo's second-half strike has lifted the Sky Blues 11 points clear of Melbourne Victory to all but assure Graham Arnold's side of grabbing the Premiers' Plate.

Injured Santalab sidelined for Reds clash

Tony Popovic has revealed veteran striker Brendon Santalab will miss Saturday's crucial A-League clash against Adelaide with a minor injury.

Time short for Nix veterans to claim title

Wellington Phoenix co-coach Chris Greenacre says his older players must step up and lead the side to the A-League finals with six games remaining.

Atletico's Torres discharged from hospital

Atletico Madrid has confirmed Fernando Torres has been released from the hospital after a scary head clash that left him unconscious.

Sydney fly rainbow flag in A-League first

In an A-League first, Sydney FC will be led onto the Big Blue pitch by players from Sydney LGBTIQ football clubs carrying rainbow flags to support Mardi Gras.

Sevilla cut the gap on Barca, Real Madrid

Third-placed Sevilla have reduced the gap on La Liga's big guns with a 1-0 win over Athletic Bilbao, but there was plenty of concern for Fernando Torres.

A-League round-22 preview panel

A preview of all round-22 matches in the A-League.

Why is FFA slow to act on ACL: Muscat

Kevin Muscat says more flexible A-League scheduling must happen now if clubs are to have a chance against their improving Asian counterparts.

Muscat braces for dogfight with Sydney FC

Just as the previous two Big Blues were packed with animosity and controversy, Kevin Muscat anticipates the Sky Blues will turn this one into a "dogfight".

Matildas downed by Sweden in Algarve Cup

Australia have begun their Algarve Cup campaign in Portugal with a 1-0 loss to Sweden.

How the Socceroos in Europe are faring

A closer look at the form of the Socceroos' large European contingent ahead of two crucial World Cup qualifiers against Iraq and the UAE later this month.

Reds performance in ACL loss pleases Amor

Adelaide United very nearly managed to get some points in China but luck and some brilliance from Alex Teixeira conspired against them.

Sydney FC move to lock down Milos Ninkovic

Sydney FC are keen but will have to wait until the A-League season's end to re-sign Milos Ninkovic.

Glory coach Lowe wants to keep the mongrel

Perth Glory will be aiming to continue their hot form when they take on the Wellington Phoenix.

Arnold baulks at Melbourne Victory threat

Sydney FC have a chance to effectively lock up the A-League minor premiership but you wouldn't know it from coach Graham Arnold.

WSW controlled parts of SIPG belting: Popa

Wanderers coach Tony Popovic admits Shanghai SIPG's quality was outstanding but is adamant his side controlled parts of the opening stanza.

Schedule killing A-L teams in ACL: Aloisi

Brisbane Roar coach John Aloisi reckons FFA's inflexibility with scheduling has made it impossible for A-League teams to compete in the Asian Champions League.

Five-star Shanghai destroy WSW 5-1 in ACL

The Wanderers have been destroyed in China by Super League outfit Shanghai SIPG.