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Sports - Football

Brisbane needs a second stadium: Roar

Brisbane Roar managing director Mark Kingsman reckons the city desperately needs another venue to take the pressure off the in-demand Suncorp Stadium.

A-League draw flexible around ACL calendar    

The 2017-18 A-League draw includes two split rounds to help clubs meet the demands of contesting Asia's premier tournament on top of domestic commitments.

FFA used 'improper payments' in Cup bid

A FIFA report says there's strong evidence suggesting Australia used improper payments in its bid to win the right to host the 2022 World Cup.

FFA considered opening-round FIFA break

Melbourne Victory will host a grand final rematch against champions Sydney FC in round one of the A-League, while FFA again decided against FIFA window breaks.

Moss joins Sydney FC as assistant coach    

Former Mariners coach Phil Moss will work alongside Steve Corica as Sydney's second assistant coach next A-League season.

Socceroos’ eyes on the World Cup qualifiers - Ange

Ange Postecoglou coach of Australia reacts during a Confederations cup Group B clash in Russia

Australian coach Ange Postecoglou is of the opinion that the exposure received at the Confederations Cup will be of immense value when preparing for the 2018 World Cup, while the players are on notice to fix up their acts to support the team’s cause also according to him.

Socceroos focus shifts to Japan qualifier

Socceroos boss Ange Postecoglou says the exposure the Australian players received during the Confederations Cup should set them up well for the 2018 World Cup.

Luongo grateful for Russian redemption

Massimo Luongo says the Socceroos can only be served well by having multiple options in midfield as they showed in the Confederations Cup.

McKinna sealed Jets move: O'Donovan    

Roy O'Donovan says it was Jets chief executive Lawrie McKinna who finally tipped the scales in favour of an A-League move up the F3.

Roos in an early exit from Confeds Cup

Mark Milligan of Australia Attempts to stop Alexis Sanchez of Chile from scoring at their Confederations Cup group B match in Russia.

According to Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou he is devastated by his side’s inability to turn dominance in to win when they drew 1-1 with Chile at a Confederations Cup group B match in Russia.

Merrick seeking two more Jets attackers    

Ernie Merrick's tenure at the Jets began in earnest on Monday when the dual championship-winning coach oversaw the team's first pre-season training session.

Roos headed in right direction: Cahill    

Australia's two Confederations Cup skippers, Tim Cahill and Mark Milligan, believe they've picked up momentum in Russia to help in World Cup qualifying.

Ange vindicated on selection shake-up

Australia's two skippers at the Confederations Cup - Mark Milligan and Tim Cahill - have reflected on the tournament.

A snapshot of Australia's draw with Chile

A look at the key players and moments that shaped the Socceroos 1-1 Confederations Cup draw with Chile.

Rating the Socceroos against Chile

Player ratings for Australia's 1-1 draw with Chile at the Confederations Cup.

Russian Roos regret will haunt Ange

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou says he is shattered by his side's inability to turn dominance into a win over Chile at the Confederations Cup.

Socceroos fall just short against Chile

Australia played with style and confidence against the South American champions but had to settle for a draw at the Confederations Cup.

Ange in Socceroos shakeup shock

Tim Cahill will play his 100th match for the Socceroos at the Confederations Cup as one of six inclusions against Chile.

Lowy unfazed by dual A-League deadlines

FFA chief Steven Lowy says the time to resolve key issues facing the sport - club funding deals and improved governance - is now.

Key challenges facing Australian soccer

Six key challenges facing Australian soccer.

Socceroos face up to Chile mountain

Can Australia do the impossible and beat South American champions Chile by two goals to reach the last four of the Confederations Cup?

Cahill to join century club at Confed Cup    

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou has called Tim Cahill a "great Australian" ahead of his 100th cap for his country.

Portugal dominate winless All Whites

New Zealand have finished the Confederations Cup in Russia without a win, beaten 4-0 by world No.8 Portugal in St Petersburg in their final match.

Cahill backs new City coach Joyce

Socceroos striker Tim Cahill can't wait for the next A-League season to get started under new coach Warren Joyce.

Chile ageing talk means nothing to Cahill

Socceroos veteran Tim Cahill is all too familiar with Sunday's crunch Confederations Cup opponents Chile.

Can the Socceroos thump Chile?

Australia's record away from home suggests beating Chile by the required margin will require an out-of-the-box performance.

Cahill set for 100th Socceroos cap

Already Australia's leading goalscorer, Tim Cahill will become just the second Socceroo to play 100 caps if he takes the field against Chile.

Socceroo swaps Santorini for St Petersberg

Alex Gersbach's performance against Cameroon has delighted Socceroos staff and has the youngster dreaming of a World Cup berth.

Simon driven by potential home World Cup    

Should Australia be successful in its ambitious bid to host the Women's World Cup, Matildas striker Kyah Simon wants in.

Socceroos up for Chile Confeds contest    

Tomi Juric says facing Chile at the Confederations Cup represents the Socceroos' greatest challenge.

Perth give Nichols another A-League chance    

Three weeks after admitting to cocaine possession, Mitch Nichols has signed a two-year deal that will see him return to A-League side Perth Glory.

Gersbach praised for Socceroos showing

Ange Postecoglou's decision to throw Alex Gersbach into action against Cameroon was vindicated with a bright performance from the 20-year-old.

Rating the Socceroos against Cameroon

Player ratings for Australia's 1-1 draw with Cameroon at the Confederations Cup.

A snapshot of Australia 1-1 Cameroon

A look at the key players and moments that shaped the Socceroos 3-2 Confederations Cup loss to Germany.

Socceroos want to take it slow

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou says he saw "progression" from his team in their 1-1 draw with Cameroon.

Socceroos draw sets up Chile showdown

Mark Milligan's penalty on the hour mark has earned Australia a draw against Cameroon in the Confederations Cup.

Socceroos switch two for Cameroon clash    

Alex Gersbach and Robbie Kruse have been brought in to the Socceroos line up for their clutch Confederations Cup match with Cameroon.

Sydney FC snap up ex-City midfielder Retre    

In former Melbourne City man Paulo Retre, Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold believes he's found a player to match his champions' winning mentality.

Goalkeeper Kennedy completes Mariners move    

Having agreed to terms with Central Coast back in March, goalkeeper Ben Kennedy has put pen to paper with the Mariners.

Theo and Papadopoulos to continue with Brisbane Roar

Roar Goalkeeper Michael Theo makes a save during a round nine A- League match against Melbourne FC

In an effort to boost their chances in the A-League season Brisbane Roar has re-signed goalkeeper Michael Theo and defender Avram Papadopoulos for their upcoming campaign.

Brisbane Roar re-sign Theo, Papadopoulos

Brisbane Roar have re-signed goalkeeper Michael Theo and defender Avram Papadopoulos for the next A-League season.

Mexico critical of NZ's poor sportsmanship

Mexico officials have said New Zealand are responsible for the spiteful nature of their Confederations Cup match.

My finishing wasn't good enough: Wood

Skipper Chris Wood is carrying a chunk of the blame for his New Zealand team's failure to beat Mexico at the Confederations Cup.

Several Socceroos on the move

We take a look at the Socceroos players who have recently been on the up and on the move.

Postecoglou praises Vukovic's big move    

Danny Vukovic is the latest Australian to move up the football chain this off-season, set to move to Belgian football.

Mexico overcome NZ in fiery Confed clash

New Zealand's Confederation Cup qualifying hopes are over but their pride is restored after a 2-1 loss to Mexico in a fiery contest.

Cameroon have Aussies all wrong: Ange

Like Australia, Cameroon - their next opponent at the Confederations Cup - want to avoid a second slow start, and must avoid defeat to stay in the tournament.

Postecoglou ready to re-shape Socceroos    

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou says Cameroon will be just as challenging a task as world champions Germany at the Confederations Cup.

Criticism not bothering Socceroos    

Socceroos attacker Robbie Kruse says he's desperate to start in Australia's Confederations Cup-defining clash with Cameroon.

Released Vukovic close to Belgium move    

Danny Vukovic is set to sign with Belgian club Genk, where Socceroos teammate Mat Ryan had played last season on loan.

Juric shuts out noise en route to the top    

It's not all that long ago that Socceroos striker Tomi Juric allowed outside forces to impact his confidence - and therefore his form.

Vukovic nears move to Belgium: report    

Danny Vukovic is reportedly in advanced discussions for a three-year deal at Belgian club Genk, where Socceroos teammate Mat Ryan played on loan last season.

Ninkovic in FIFA 17's rest of world team

Milos Ninkovic features in the first XI of FIFA 17's rest of world team of the season alongside the likes of Taison and Darijo Srna.

Victory back Ansell joins Portuguese club    

Australian Nick Ansell has a chance to play in the Portuguese Primeira Liga next season after signing with CD Tondela.

Sloppy Socceroo stuff must end: Ryan

Mat Ryan has given an honest but blunt assessment of the errors in Australia's first-up loss at the Confederations Cup.

Socceroos study up on African champs    

Australian coach Ange Postecoglou is certain to change up his starting side to face Cameroon in their second Confederations Cup group match.

Roos still good for the semis - Cahill

The Socceroos lost 3-2 to the world champions Germany in their first outing in Russia at the Confederations Cup but will still be able to reach the semi-finals if they play well at their next game with Cameroon according to Tim Cahill their top goal scorer.

Cahill, Ange back Roos to bounce back    

After a first-up loss to Germany, the Socceroos' hopes of qualifying for the Confederations Cup semi-finals now rest on their clash with Cameroon.

Low praises Postecoglou's Socceroos

The Socceroos are "bold and cheeky" according to Germany coach Joachim Low.

A snapshot of Australia's loss to Germany

We take a look at the key players and moments that shaped the Socceroos 3-2 Confederations Cup loss to Germany.

Rating the Socceroos against Germany

Player ratings from Australia's 3-2 loss to Germany in the Confederations Cup opener on Monday night.

Rogic wows on Confederations Cup stage

Tom Rogic was Australia's best player against Germany, scoring once and playing a hand in the other, in the Socceroos 3-2 loss.

Socceroos puzzled by slow Sochi start

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou will mount an inquiry into his side's poor opening stanza that led to a 3-2 defeat by Germany at the Confederations Cup.

Germany too good for Socceroos in Russia

The Socceroos fought back into their Confederations Cup opener with Germany but fell short, losing 3-2 to the world champions.

Luongo, Wright make Socceroos cut

Mark Milligan has been handed the captain's armband for the Socceroos' Confederations Cup opener with Germany.

Winning things isn't automatic: City coach    

Melbourne City have confirmed Warren Joyce is the man tasked with steering a well-equipped but under-achieving team to the next level next season.

FFA eyes global penetration with new deal

Football Federation Australia has signed a deal with global sports promoters IMG to market the A-League overseas.

Holland returns to Austria with LASK Linz

Recently-promoted Austrian Bundesliga club LASK Linz have snapped up free agent James Holland on a two-year deal.

Ex-Man U youth coach named City boss    

Melbourne City have confirmed Warren Joyce is the man tasked with steering a well-equipped but under-achieving team to the next level next season.

Brisbane's Oar set for move to Cyprus    

Brisbane Roar's Tommy Oar is reportedly considering a transfer to Cypriot club APOEL FC.

Germans brace for fast and furious Aussies

Germany expect Australia to leave the ball to them and set up as a counter-attacking side in their Confederations Cup meeting.

Roos nothing to lose in Russia: Cahill

Tim Cahill can reach two major milestones at the Confederations Cup - notching 100 caps and 50 goals - but the Socceroos ace says he'd rather win it.

Coach Grumpy re-emerges in Russia

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou has blown his top at the suggestion he was "irritated and prickly" ahead of the Confederations Cup.

Wright wants Socceroos redemption in Sochi

The Socceroos want a slice of redemption for their heavy loss to Brazil when they begin their Confederations Cup campaign against Germany.

Socceroos Confeds Cup selection battles    

The major selection battles facing Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou through the Confederations Cup.

Roos' rotation crucial for Russian success    

Ryan McGowan says Socceroos players have been warned to expect heavy player rotation throughout the Confederations Cup.

Australia v Germany at a glance

Your guide to the Socceroos meeting with the world champions at the Confederations Cup

Socceroos ready for Germany test    

Robbie Kruse has overcome a knee knock to ensure every Socceroo is fit and ready for their imposing Confederations Cup opener against Germany.

Gersbach wants club place back

Socceroo Alex Gersbach says he'll win back his spot at Rosenberg in order to fulfil his career ambitions of playing at the World Cup next year.

Australian Confederations Cup squad penpix

Penpix of the Socceroos squad for the Confederations Cup in Russia.

Socceroos transfer talk hushed for Confeds

Socceroos stalwart Mark Milligan insists all focus is on the Confederations Cup despite transfer speculation dominating talk ahead of the tournament in Russia.

Australia's Confederations Cup Guide

A guide to the Socceroos' schedule and their opponents at the Confederations Cup in Russia.

Postecoglou's confidence spreads in Russia    

Socceroos defender Milos Degenek says Germany's decision to leave older stars at home for the Confederations Cup doesn't weaken their squad.

Bolter Jeggo wants first cap in Russia    

Midfielder Jimmy Jeggo wants to win his first Socceroos cap in Russia and to be Australia's X-factor at the Confederations Cup.

Langerak ready for Postecoglou's call-up    

Mitch Langerak insists he is not out to fight Mat Ryan for the Socceroos' No.1 goalkeeper spot and just wants to contribute where he can.

FIFA, World Cup refute labour charges

A Human Rights Watch report, which stated 17 deaths had occurred and malpractice was rife during the construction of 2018 World Cup venues, has been dismissed.

Socceroos to make late call on skipper    

Mark Milligan, a key contender for Australian captain at the Confederations Cup in Russia, says he is more concerned about being ready to start against Germany.

City sign glovesman Galekovic in A-League    

Former Adelaide United veteran Eugene Galekovic has signed a two-year deal with Melbourne City in the A-League.

I had doubts, but I have faith now    

On the verge of signing a club-record deal to stay with Huddersfield Town, Aaron Mooy hopes his whirlwind ride has prepared him English Premier League life.

Confederations Cup honours roll

Winners, finalists and hosts of the Confederations Cup

Russia readies for Confederations Cup

Australia is one of the nations that stands to benefit most from participation in the Confederations Cup in Russia.

Last-in Socceroos complete Confeds line-up

The Socceroos have finally touched down in Russia with Ange Postecoglou's side the last team to arrive for the Confederations Cup.

Kiwis lapping up time in football sunshine

New Zealand's are licking their lips at the unlikely prospect of a Confederations Cup date with the Socceroos as they lap up their rare time in football's sun.

No Socceroos culture shock in Sochi    

Few countries conjure the sort of mystique to the outsider than Russia, the host of soccer's Confederations Cup.

Germany familiar foes for Socceroo Leckie

After six years playing in Germany, Socceroo Mathew Leckie will face Confederations Cup foes Germany with valuable insight on how to tackle the world champions.

Real defends Ronaldo over tax fraud claims    

Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo has denied through his management that he committed tax fraud in Spain.

Ange positive on Confederations Cup chances    

Less than a day after the 4-0 trashing by Brazil at the MCG, Aussie head coach Ange Postecoglou is highly positive about their Confederations Cup campaign in Russia.

Hrustic hungry for Confederations Cup shot    

Should Ajdin Hrustic play any minutes at the Confederations Cup his international future will be officially tied to Australia.

Ambitious Ange aiming to win Confeds Cup    

Even Tuesday night's 4-0 MCG thrashing couldn't dampen Ange Postecoglou's belief about what Australia can achieve at the Confederations Cup.

Topor-Stanley returns to A-League's Jets    

Former Western Sydney defender Nikolai Topor-Stanley has signed with Newcastle on a two-year A-League deal.

Ronaldo denies accusations of tax fraud    

Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo has denied through his management that he committed tax fraud in Spain.

Roos critics no issue for Ange    

Ange Postecoglou didn't achieve all his objectives against Brazil but he's at least confident the Socceroos are in good physical nick for the Confederations Cup

Victory never made me an offer: Troisi    

James Troisi says he wanted to stay at Melbourne Victory but said the club, contrary to other reports have never made him a new offer.

Sydney FC re-sign Carney on one-year deal    

Veteran utility David Carney is one of the last of Sydney FC's core squad to re-sign, committing to a one-year deal in a bid to stock up on more silverware.

Changed Brazil looks forward to the Aussie match    

Brazil’s coach Tite has made eight changes to the side that lost to Argentina last week naming Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho as the Captain for the Socceroos game on Tuesday night.

3 vie for Socceroos’ top goalie spot    

Australia boasts three top glovemen in their lineup making the goal keeper selection for coach Ange Postecoglou that much difficult.

Petratos joins A-League side Newcastle

Newcastle have signed Dimitri Petratos, the former Brisbane Roar midfielder who slipped through the A-League club's grasp earlier this year.

Barbarouses back at A-League's Victory

Melbourne Victory have signed former striker Kosta Barbarouses on a two-year A-League deal after his release from Wellington.

Jedinak ruled out of Confederations Cup

Socceroos skipper Mile Jedinak has withdrawn from the Brazil friendly and Confederations Cup with a groin injury.

Australia to bid for Women's World Cup

The 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup is on the agenda with Australia set to launch a bid to host the tournament on Tuesday.

Socceroos go down 4-0 to classy Brazil

A hideous start handed Brazil an early lead as the Socceroos were outclassed 4-0 at the MCG on Tuesday night.

Brazil make eight changes for Socceroos    

Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho is one of only three players retained in Brazil's starting line-up alongside Paris Saint-Germain's Thiago Silva and Paulinho.

Socceroos three-way 'keeper duel heats up

It's an unusual situation for Australia to have at their disposal three fit glovemen all boasting form fine enough to assume the No.1 spot.

Cahill on toes as fourth World Cup beckons

Veteran Socceroos striker Tim Cahill knows if he's to reach the 2018 World Cup in Russia as a 38-year-old, the focus must be the here and now.

Ange hints at changes for Brazil friendly

Tuesday night's MCG hit-out with Brazil is the last chance for some Socceroos players to get valuable conditioning before the Confederations Cup.

Milligan back in Roos frame for Brazil

Mark Milligan has served his suspension and is eager to get minutes in against Brazil before the Socceroos leave for Russia and the Confederations Cup.

Brazil scouted Socceroos' Saudi qualifier

Brazil sent a scout to see the Socceroos beat Saudi Arabia last week in a bid to glean as much information as possible before Tuesday night's clash at the MCG.

Socceroo's swipe at 'nit-picky' critics

Socceroos defender Trent Sainsbury has expressed frustration over what he perceives as unfair criticism of Australia's national team.

Injured Socceroo Smith out of Confeds Cup

Socceroos defender Brad Smith has confirmed his hamstring issue is serious enough to warrant his withdrawal from the Confederations Cup in Russia.

Behich back for more with the Socceroos

After a solid 45-minute Socceroos return against Saudi Arabia, Aziz Behich is hoping for another chance to cement his spot in coach Ange Postecoglou's set-up.

Italiano staying with Phoenix in A-League

Wellington Phoenix have retained goalkeeper Lewis Italiano for the next A-League season.

Socceroos can cause Brazil issues: Irvine

Midfielder Jackson Irvine believes the 48th-ranked Socceroos have the skill and mettle to dictate terms against world No.1 Brazil at the MCG on Tuesday.

Jesus avoids serious injury after MCG blow

Gabriel Jesus has avoided serious injury after being stretchered off during Brazil's loss to Argentina after copping an errant elbow from Nicolas Otamendi.

Injured Brazil striker Jesus in hospital

Gabriel Jesus was stretchered off late in Friday night's 1-0 loss to Argentina after copping an errant elbow from Manchester City teammate Nicolas Otamendi.

Argentina see off Brazil at packed MCG

Argentina have scored a 1-0 win over world No.1 Brazil in a high-quality friendly at the MCG.

Jedinak hails high-flying Socceroos    

According to Socceroos captain Mile Jedinak the emerging talent in the Australian squad has vast potential and could make a huge impact at the world cup qualifier Thursday night against Saudi Arabia.

Argentina v Brazil at a glance

What to look out for when world No.1 Brazil play world No.2 Argentina at the MCG on Friday night.

Socceroo Mat Ryan coy on club future

Socceroo goalkeeper Mat Ryan is coy on speculation linking him with a move to the English Premier League.

Socceroo Kruse doesn't care about critics

Socceroo Robbie Kruse says he couldn't care less about his critics.

Postecoglou urges patience with Socceroos

Coach Ange Postecoglou has called for patience with his Socceroos, who downed Saudi Arabia 3-2 in a World Cup qualifier on Thursday night.

Rogic is a hell of a player: Postecoglou

Celtic and now Australia match-winner Tom Rogic is a "hell of a player", according to Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou.

Socceroos ratings against Saudi Arabia

Socceroos player ratings from the World Cup qualifier against Saudi Arabia in Adelaide on Thursday night.

Socceroos down Saudis in Cup qualifier

The Socceroos beat Saudi Arabia 3-2 in Thursday night's World Cup qualifier at Adelaide Oval.

Argentina must be Barca for Messi: coach

New Argentina manager Jorge Sampaoli will oversee Lionel Messi for the first time in Friday night's blockbuster with arch-enemies Brazil at the MCG.

Socceroos coach used to negativity

Coach Ange Postecoglou says he's getting used to negativity surrounding his Socceroos ahead of Thursday night's World Cup qualifer against Saudi Arabia.

Mooy welcome in City firsts: Fernandinho

Manager Pep Guardiola has sung his praises, and midfielder Fernandinho says Aaron Mooy would be welcome in Manchester City's first team.

Fernandinho expects to beat Argentina

The South American powerhouses have ramped up preparations for the latest chapter of their rivalry, to be played at a sold-out MCG on Friday night.

Saudis say all pressure is on Socceroos

Saudi Arabia's coach says all the pressure is on Australia in Thursday night's World Cup qualifier in Adelaide.

Jedinak excited by emerging Socceroos

Socceroos captain Mile Jedinak says he's excited to witness the development of some of the emerging talent in the Australian squad.

Ante Juric is new Sydney FC W-League coach

Ante Juric has been named as the Sky Blues' new coach, replacing Dan Barrett and tasked with guiding the W-League's most-stable team to their full potential.

Ange praises Socceroo resourcefulness

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou says he could pick three different teams and be confident of Australia winning their World Cup qualifier against Saudi Arabia.

Payback time for Socceroos players: Ange

Coach Ange Postecoglou says it's time for his players to make a return on the investment put into them in recent years.

Phoenix coach Kalezic eyes A-League title

Wellington Phoenix don't need the financial resources of the big Australian A-League clubs to threaten as title contenders, new coach Darije Kalezic says.

Australia v Saudi Arabia at a glance

Key facts about Australia's World Cup qualifier against Saudi Arabia.

Australia v Saudi Arabia head-to-head

Head-to-head record between Australia and Saudi Arabia ahead of their World Cup qualifier.

Australia v Saudia Arabia key players

Key players in Australia's World Cup qualifier against Saudi Arabia.

Socceroos in dark about starting line-up

Socceroos players won't be told the starting line-up until match day for Thursday's World Cup qualifier against Saudi Arabia.

Socceroo turned down twenty-fold wage rise

Socceroo Jackson Irvine says he turned down an offer from a Chinese club that would have increased his wage by twenty-fold.

Socceroos oblivious to pressure: Irvine

Socceroos players aren't dwelling on the high-stakes of Thursday's World Cup qualifier against Saudi Arabia, midfielder Jackson Irvine says.

Juric aims to fill Socceroos' scoring void

Striker Tomi Juric says he's keen to step out of Tim Cahill's shadow and become a major scoring threat for the Socceroos.

Adelaide United tight-lipped on next coach

Adelaide United are declining to comment on speculation the A-League club is close to signing German Marco Kurz as their next coach.

I have no idea about my future: Aaron Mooy

Socceroos midfielder Aaron Mooy says he has no idea what his future holds amid rumours he's a transfer target of several EPL clubs.

Nix eye fresh start without Barbarouses

Kosta Barbarouses has cut short his contract with the Phoenix but the A-League club are hoping to kick-start a change in fortunes when they name a new coach.

Ryan relishes scrap for Socceroos spots

Goalkeeper Mat Ryan says he's the perfect example of the battle for spots in the Socceroos side for Thursday's World Cup qualifier against Saudi Arabia.

Socceroos to attack early: Massimo Luongo

The Socceroos will launch early attacking assaults on Saudi Arabia in Thursday's World Cup qualifier, midfielder Massimo Luongo says.

Ronaldo fires Real to Champions League win

Real Madrid have successfully defended their Champions League title, beating Juventus 4-1 in the final.

I'm living a fairytale: Socceroos striker

Socceroos striker Jamie Maclaren says he feels like he's living a fairytale, playing for his country and signing with German club Darmstadt 98.

Socceroos' new style is a weapon: Leckie

Winger Mathew Leckie says the Socceroos' fresh formation will ultimately prove one of the nation's biggest weapons.

Ten's A-League TV deal a mixed bag: expert

Fox Sports' deal to simulcast its coverage of A-League matches on Network Ten should not be viewed as a huge success by the FFA, according to an analyst.

Exhaustion no issue for Socceroo Mooy

Aaron Mooy is keen to link up with the Socceroos despite Huddersfield's gruelling Premier League promotion-winning campaign.

Ten to simulcast Fox A-League coverage

Fox Sports has announced it has struck a deal with Football Federation Australia to simulcast its coverage of Saturday night A-League matches on Network Ten.

Nichols gets four games for cocaine charge

Former Western Sydney midfielder Mitch Nichols has accepted a four-game ban after his arrest last month for drug possession.

New Phoenix A-L coach recruiting already

Wellington have yet to name their new coach, but he is already working on next season's A-League roster for the Phoenix.

A-L coaching trio joins Socceroos staff

Kevin Muscat, Ross Aloisi and Darren Davies will join an expanded Socceroos coaching staff at the Confederations Cup.

Maclaren's transfer a good move: Ange

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou says striker Jamie Maclaren has made a good move by leaving Australia for Germany's second division.