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Kerr stars as Matildas beat Brazil again

Sam Kerr bagged a double as the Matildas eclipsed Brazil in Newcastle 3-2.

Gold Coast plot South's FFA Cup downfall

Gold Coast City coach Grae Piddock says his side's last FFA Cup win over South Melbourne was the most satisfying of his career.

Wanderers in best A-League shape: Popovic    

Coach Tony Popovic says Western Sydney are primed for A-League success after one of their best pre-seasons.

Mile Jedinak set to make Socceroos return    

Skipper Mile Jedinak has been named in Australia's 30-man preliminary squad for their World Cup play-off against Syria.

Budzinski as A-League marquee for Melbourne City

Polish midfielder Marcin Budzinski is joining injured striker Bruno Fornaroli as one of the two Melbourne City marquees for the imminent A-League season.

Vargas adds potency to Jets' front third

Newcastle's marquee man Ronald Vargas has trained with the A-League club for the first time since his arrival from Greek club AEK Athens.

City unsure on Fornaroli replacement    

Melbourne City want to find a replacement for injured captain and marquee Bruno Fornaroli but concede it might not happen.

City add Budzinski as A-League marquee    

Polish midfielder Marcin Budzinski joins injured striker Bruno Fornaroli as one of two Melbourne City marquees for the upcoming A-League season.

Matildas put faith in golden generation

A group of early 20-somethings - Sam Kerr, Steph Catley, Caitlin Foord, Alanna Kennedy and Emily van Egmond - is firing the Matildas to success.

PFA Awards fete Kerr, Mooy, Salisbury    

Matildas striker Sam Kerr and Socceroos midfielder Aaron Mooy have been voted by their peers as Australia's best soccer players at the PFA Players' Awards.

Kerr, Mooy claim top gongs at PFA Awards    

Matildas striker Sam Kerr and Socceroos midfielder Aaron Mooy have been voted by their peers as Australia's best soccer players at the PFA Players' Awards.

Matildas relish domination of Brazil    

For Sam Kerr, knowing that Marta and her Brazil team are now viewed as underdogs is a sign the Matildas can realise their goal of becoming the world No.1.

Evergreen De Vanna closing in on Cahill    

It's not lost on star Matildas forward Lisa De Vanna that she needs only six goals to become Australia's record scorer of either gender.

Matildas have world's best attack: Stajcic    

In a sign of just how far the Matildas have come, their coach has made a statement about where the team's front three sit among the world's best.

Jets hand Phoenix another pre-season loss    

Newcastle Jets have beaten Wellington Phoenix 2-1 in an all A-League pre-season encounter in Edgeworth.

De Vanna, Kerr on target in Matildas win    

The Matildas have kicked off their two-match friendly series against Brazil with a 2-1 in Penrith.

Muscat brings George to A-League's Victory    

South American-born Dutch attacker Leroy George has signed for Melbourne Victory on a one-year A-League deal.

Venezuelan star Vargas joins A-League Jets

Newcastle Jets intend on making their A-League season a lot more successful than their last by securing Venezuelan international Ronald Vargas.

FIFA starts planning for FFA takeover

FIFA has begun approaching potential candidates for the 'normalisation committee' that could replace the FFA board if there is no end to soccer's congress saga.

Matildas marvel at Brazil's Marta    

Matildas coach Alen Stajcic and defender Steph Catley say Australian fans should enjoy a rare sight of Brazilian legend Marta on home soil.

Stajcic wants no Matildas let-up    

The Matildas have won five of their seven internationals this year and coach Alen Stajcic wants two more victories against Brazil in the next week.

Ange used Hughes legacy to lift Socceroos    

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou used the fate of beloved cricketer Phillip Hughes as a motivator for his side at the Confederations Cup.

'Scary' Sydney FC lay down early marker    

Sydney FC were easy victors in their first major test ahead of the A-League season, yet Graham Arnold says his side can improve significantly.

Matildas Kerr uneasy with world's best tag    

Sam Kerr says she is determined to help the Matildas reach their lofty goal of being the world's No.1 soccer team.

Socceroos to play Syria in Malaysia

The away leg of Australia's World Cup qualifying playoff against Syria will be held in Malaysia, despite moves for it to be played in the Middle East.

Sky Blues end cup reign of lacklustre City

Sydney FC earned a dose of revenge for last season's FFA Cup final defeat against Melbourne City with a one-sided 2-0 win to reach the semi-finals.

No consensus reached in FFA congress war    

The A-League clubs and PFA say they won't back a new FFA congress model that has reportedly been agreed to by the nine state federations.

Jets will land quality import: Merrick    

Newcastle coach Ernie Merrick says the club will sign an import with the quality to take an A-League game by the scruff of the neck.

Newcastle Jets on the verge of signing Argentinian Rodriguez

Patito Rodriguez of Santos in action in the Brazilian Series October 9, 2014

Newcastle Jets are about to sign Patito Rodriguez of Argentina in an A- League deal according to overseas reports.

Matildas spread wings overseas    

Against Brazil this week, the Matildas could potentially field a side consisting of just overseas-based players for the first time.

Melbourne City in an A- League deal with Carrusca

Marcelo Carrusca of the United takes a Penalty kick in a round 27 A-league match against Western Sydney on April 15,2017

Former Adelaide United star Marcelo Carrusca has signed a year-long A- League deal with Melbourne City.

Well-supported Matildas feeling the love

Matildas mainstays Elise Kellond-Knight and Steph Catley are walking on air thanks to the support they've received from the Australian sporting public.

Aust soccer siding with marriage equality    

Matildas coach Alen Stajcic says soccer is a leader in Australian sport in delivering equality for all participants and fans.

Melbourne City confirm Carrusca deal    

Former Adelaide United star Marcelo Carrusca's move to Melbourne City has finally been made official.

Bergers 'drained' ahead of FFA Cup clash

Heidelberg United coach George Katsidis has doubts over whether his side will be mentally ready for their FFA Cup clash with Adelaide United.

Newcastle Jets set to sign Argentine star    

The Newcastle Jets are set to sign Patito Rodriguez, a former teammate of Neymar at Santos, according to reports from overseas.

Luke Brattan wants hard-nosed City    

Luke Brattan says Melbourne City are likely to sign an injury replacement for hurt skipper Bruno Fornaroli before the start of the A-League season.

Socceroos set for another Middle East trip    

The Socceroos' hopes of heading to Malaysia instead of the Middle East in their do-or-die clash with Syria next month appear to have been dashed.

Sydney even better than last year: Arnold    

Graham Arnold reckons Sydney FC have a better squad now than the one that swept all comers in the A-League last season.

How the new W-League pay deal stacks up

A look at how the W-League's breakthrough pay deal compares with other leading women's sports in Australia.

Promo push planned after W-L pay deal

Plans are afoot to increase the public profile of the W-League after the introduction of a breakthrough new CBA and $10,000 minimum wage.

In-form Leckie on target again for Hertha    

Socceroos star Mat Leckie scored his third goal in as many games as Hertha Berlin drew 1-1 with Werder Bremen.

A-League Phoenix lose to Sydney club side    

Wellington Phoenix have been beaten 2-1 by semi-professional Sydney outfit Blacktown City in the first match of the A-League side's pre-season tour.

Roar confirm deal for Frenchman Bautheac    

French attacking midfielder Eric Bautheac will officially become a Brisbane Roar player next week, when he is expected to sign an A-League contract.

Derby hammer Irvine's Hull in Championship    

Socceroos midfielder Jackson Irvine played the last 20 minutes on his Hull City debut, in a 5-0 loss at Derby in the English Championship.

Public support needed for Postecoglou: FFA    

Football Federation Australia boss David Gallop says the public needs to accept Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou will remain in his position.

Phoenix confirm A-League pre-season games

Wellington have confirmed three games on a week-long A-League pre-season trip to Australia including matches against Central Coast and Newcastle.

Too few Socceroos in top leagues: Emerton    

Former Socceroos star Brett Emerton says more Australian players need to improve their club situations to benefit the national team.

Sydney to host Socceroos' WC qualifiers

Sydney's ANZ Stadium is poised to host two matches that will determine Australia's participation at next year's World Cup in Russia.

What went wrong for the Socceroos?

Australia have fallen short of direct World Cup qualification. So what went wrong?

Bosnich lashes Ange's lab rat Socceroos    

Robbie Slater and Mark Bosnich have unleashed anti-Ange Postecoglou tirades after the Socceroos' World Cup fortunes headed south.

Socceroos' rocky road to Russia goes on

The story of Australia's failure to clinch direct qualification for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

Socceroos forced into World Cup play-offs

The Socceroos have been forced down the intercontinental play-off path to the 2018 World Cup in Russia after Saudi Arabia's 1-0 win over Japan.

Socceroos not rewarded for effort: Cahill

Australian skipper Tim Cahill was stunned that the Socceroos' dominance of Thailand was not reflected in the final scoreline.

Socceroos team ratings from Thai showdown

How the Socceroos rated in the 2-1 World Cup qualifying win against Thailand in Melbourne.

Postecoglou still dreaming of Russia

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou was exasperated by Australia's inability to beat Thailand by a greater margin but is moving on to his next challenge - Syria.

Australia's win over Thailand at a glance

A look at the key players and moments that shaped Australia's 2-1 World Cup qualifying win over Thailand.

Dramatic win for Socceroos over Thailand    

It took Ange Postecoglou's side 45 shots, but the Socceroos have beaten Thailand 2-1 in their World Cup qualifier in Melbourne.

Socceroos boss unruffled by attacks    

The criticism keeps coming for Ange Postecoglou, and the Socceroos boss couldn't care less.

Postecoglou drawing on Cockerill legacy    

Socceroos boss Ange Postecoglou will use the legacy of journalist Mike Cockerill to help inspire his team ahead of their World Cup qualifier with Thailand.

Socceroos hoping for Japanese favours

Members of the Australian soccer team familiar with Japanese football says the Samurai Blue won't even consider rolling over against Saudi Arabia.

Perth Glory sign Xavi Torres for A-League    

Perth Glory now have three Spaniards on their list after Xavi Torres joined the A-League club.

Socceroos to play without fear: Cahill    

With a place at the World Cup on the line, Ange Postecoglou is pondering whether to include Tim Cahill in his team against Thailand on Tuesday night.

Postecoglou full of Socceroos faith    

The time of reckoning for Australia's World Cup qualifying chances is upon the Socceroos, and coach Ange Postecoglou is confident.

Irvine relieved to end Hull transfer saga    

Socceroos midfielder Jackson Irvine came into national team camp as a Burton Albion player and leaves as a Hull City man.

Irvine hell-bent on reaching World Cup    

The Socceroos are absolutely desperate to reach their fourth straight World Cup - according to Jackson Irvine, who's gunning to play at his first.

Mooy, Juric in Socceroos mix    

Trent Sainsbury has been given just light training duties after pulling up sore from Australia's World Cup qualifying loss to Japan.

What's at stake for the Socceroos    

The World Cup qualification scenarios facing the Socceroos ahead of their final group B game on Tuesday.

Socceroos see need for speed    

Mat Leckie says there's no lack of belief in the Socceroos squad despite their sluggish display in Saitama against Japan.

Matildas sell out Brazil clash    

The world-beating feats of the Matildas has led to tickets selling out for their friendly match with Brazil in Penrith.

Socceroos face up to qualifying reality    

Stand-in Socceroos skipper Mark Milligan says Australia's players are still confident of qualifying despite losing complete control of their World Cup destiny.

Socceroos put faith in AAMI Park fortress    

Socceroos midfielder James Troisi says he wants raucous support in a World Cup qualifier with Thailand that comes just three days after an AAMI Park NRL game.

Socceroos to stay the World Cup course    

Aaron Mooy has recovered from the virus that kept him out of Australia's 2-0 loss to Japan, and is on track to play against Thailand on Tuesday night.

Milligan is better in midfield    

Trent Sainsbury reckons midfield is the position where the Socceroos can get the most out of versatile stand-in skipper Mark Milligan.

Sky Blues junior Kalik re-joins Sydney FC    

Former Sydney FC junior Anthony Kalik has returned to the Sky Blues on a season long A-League loan.

Smith's rustiness a worry for Socceroos    

Under-fire Socceroo Brad Smith will have played as many international games as he has club league fixtures if he features against Thailand on Tuesday.

Socceroos missed Mooy's magic in Japan    

Midfielder Massimo Luongo reckons Socceroos star Aaron Mooy's midfield nous could have given them the "spark" they missed in Thursday's 2-0 loss to Japan.

Ryan facing battles for club and country

Socceroos goalkeeper Mat Ryan has new competition at his Premier League club after a deadline deal day for Tim Krul.

A snapshot of Australia's loss to Japan

A look at the key players and moments that shaped Australia's 2-0 World Cup qualifying defeat to Japan.

Troisi blames 'kink' in Socceroos chain    

The Socceroos went away from the things that worked so well in the Confederations Cup in their 2-0 loss to Japan, James Troisi says.

Socceroos won't go 'kamikaze' in Melbourne    

Jackson Irvine believes the Socceroos won't go "kamikaze" in pursuit of a big win over Thailand to stay in the hunt for direct World Cup qualification.

Socceroos need to be at their best: Leckie

The Socceroos need to play "one of the best games we have" against Thailand in Melbourne next week, attacker Mathew Leckie says.

Socceroos team ratings from Japan showdown

How the Socceroos rated in the 2-0 World Cup qualifying defeat against Japan in Saitama.