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City's McCormack cleared of ACL injury

Melbourne City have dodged a bullet after scans on Sunday cleared star striker Ross McCormack of an ACL injury.

VAR killing football for fans: Okon    

Angry Mariners coach Paul Okon has pledged to appeal red cards handed to Wout Brama and Jake McGing from Saturday night's loss.

Mooy bags a brace as Terriers beat Watford    

Socceroos midfielder Aaron Mooy scored twice as Huddersfield shocked in-form Watford 4-1 at Vicarage Road.

Jets seeking better forward combination    

Newcastle Jets A-League coach Ernie Merrick has hinted at an imminent reinforcement to his high-flying squad.

Italiano catches eye of Bundesliga club    

Perth Glory youngster Jacob Italiano appears headed for the German Bundesliga after an impressive start to his A-League career.

VAR drama mars Wanderers A-League revival

Western Sydney's 2-0 A-League win has been marred by more VAR controversy, with two yellow cards upgraded to red for Central Coast's Wout Brama and Jake McGing.

Late penalty gives Jets A-League win

A controversial late penalty has given second-placed Newcastle a 2-1 A-League home win over Adelaide United.

Muscat channels pressure into performance    

Melbourne Victory travel to bogey venue Suncorp Stadium on Sunday in seventh place with two wins and 10 points from 10 A-League games.

Arnold happy with A-League video review    

Sydney FC beat Melbourne City in the A-League on Friday night and Sky Blues coach Graham Arnold says the controversial VAR system was used to perfection.

Sky Blues' feisty A-League win over City

Sydney FC have continued their winning ways with a tough 3-1 A-League victory over a 10-man Melbourne City.

Matildas go to fourth in world soccer

Australia's women's soccer team are ranked fourth in the world, the highest spot the Matildas have been.

Sky Blues fly with De Vanna W-League brace    

Sydney FC's recent good W-League form has hit new heights with a fourth-straight victory, a clinical 3-0 win over two-time champions Canberra United.

Clean sheet not the A-League goal for Moss    

Glen Moss will play his fourth A-League game between the Newcastle posts against Adelaide United as Jack Duncan continues his recovery from a foot injury.

Wanderers need win over Mariners: Risdon    

Western Sydney A-League defender Josh Risdon is hoping a sorely needed win can ease the pressure on players after their Sydney derby disaster.

Matildas star Foord back in Sky Blue    

Matildas start Caitlin Foord has re-signed with Sydney FC and will slot straight into the squad for the home W-League fixture against Canberra United.

Glory won't risk Taggart yet in A-League    

Perth will again be without star strike duo Adam Taggart and Andy Keogh for the Glory's A-League clash with Wellington.

De Silva at home for World Cup calling    

The World Cup is calling, and it's why Mariners star Danny De Silva is going nowhere this A-League season.

Effort, not change needed in AL: Victory    

Melbourne Victory sit outside the top six on the A-League table after 10 games but captain Carl Valeri believes it's not the time for wholesale change.

A-League boss ticks off on Star Wars round

The sight of stormtroopers leading A-League players onto the field was met with widespread mockery, but FFA executives say the themed round was a success.

Where's the fans? A-League fails to spark

The looming Big Bash League season has prompted A-League chiefs into action to prevent a further decline in crowds.

Popovic sacked by Turkish club: reports    

Former Western Sydney coach Tony Popovic has reportedly been sacked by his Turkish Super Lig club Karabukspor.

Sydney FC keen to keep Buijs long term    

Off-contract Dutchman Jordy Buijs insists he's happy with life at Sydney FC and expects to begin talks about a new deal soon.

Sydney FC out to exploit City 'weaknesses'    

Melbourne City's defence may have improved but Warren Joyce's A-League side is still strewn with weaknesses, says Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold.

Kamau misses City's big A-League test    

A knee strain to Bruce Kamau will sideline the young Melbourne City winger from the club's biggest game of the A-League season to date.

Arnold dismisses report of Socceroos offer

Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold says it's flattering to be talked about for the Socceroos job but insists he's not been approached.

No Victory grudges for Ben Khalfallah    

Fahid Ben Khalfallah will get another shot at facing former A-League side Melbourne Victory if the veteran winger is declared fit to return from injury.

World Cup carrot dangling for Wilkinson    

He wants it, but Sydney FC stopper Alex Wilkinson isn't pinning his hopes to a second World Cup coming with the Socceroos.

The year in Australian soccer

The Age, and the end, of Ange -- the coming of Sam Kerr -- and silverware for Sydney FC; 2017 in Australian soccer had it all.

Peru fined for lasers aimed at All Whites

FIFA have fined Peru more than $A16,000 for two breaches during their World Cup qualifying play-off against New Zealand.

In-form Meredith targets Socceroos recall    

Socceroos defender James Meredith has been outstanding for Millwall this season and hopes it will attract the attention of the new coach and earn him a recall.

Socceroos coach must be Aussie: Merrick    

As FFA's panel of experts scours the globe for Ange Postecoglou's successor, Ernie Merrick added his voice to the chorus in favour of a local appointment.

Jets seek back-up amid more injury woes    

Irish striker Roy O'Donovan has joined Venezuela's Ronald Vargas on Newcastle's long-term injury list in a cruel blow to their high-flying A-League campaign.

City can be stronger without Cahill    

It's a case of no Tim Cahill, no worries for Melbourne City's midfield tyro Stefan Mauk.

Injuries to test Glory's A-League depth

Perth Glory will be without a host of first-team regulars in Saturday night's A-League clash with Wellington Phoenix.

Jets stung by O'Donovan injury blow    

A second groin problem this season has effectively ruled Jets star striker Roy O'Donovan out of the A-League regular season.

Sky Blues show different A-League gear    

Sydney FC showed up Western Sydney in Saturday night's A-League derby to make a statement win.

A-League round 10 snapshot

An overview of what happened in round 10 of the A-League 2017-18 season.

Ross the boss earns City A-League win    

Melbourne City's post-Tim Cahill phase has begun with a win - earned by the striker that kept the Socceroo out of the team.

Fishlock revives City, Jets fly high    

Big-spending Melbourne City returned to winning form, while a stunning victory for Newcastle Jets created a three-way tie at the W-League summit.

Fishlock stars in City's W-League win    

Melbourne City are back in the W-League's top four after a 2-1 home win over Canberra United on Sunday.

No new A-League faces on Phoenix radar yet    

Coach Darije Kalezic says he will be concentrating on Wellington's A-League match against Perth before thinking about a replacement for Gui Finkler.

Glory's A-League injury woes hit a new low    

Perth Glory's 2-1 loss to Newcastle was further soured by injuries to defender Alex Grant and midfielder Xavi Torres.

Matildas embrace 'tough' Asian Cup foes    

Matildas coach Alen Stajcic is embracing a tough draw for the Women's Asian Cup in Jordan next April.

Gombau takes blame for heavy derby defeat    

Coach Josep Gombau has taken the blame for Western Sydney's record 5-0 derby drubbing to Sydney FC, but remains adamant his A-League project will come good.

Jets 'charged with theft' after 2-1 win    

An own goal from Glory defender Jeremy Walker gifted Newcastle a 2-1 win at nib Stadium on Saturday night.

Matildas dealt Japan in Asian Cup draw    

Matildas coach Alen Stajcic is embracing a tough draw for the Women's Asian Cup next April.

Five-star Sydney FC rout sorry Wanderers    

Five-star Sydney FC have rediscovered their A-League derby dominance in a 5-0 walkover of the Wanderers at ANZ Stadium.

Bautheac injured in Roar's scoreless draw    

Brisbane Roar and Wellington Phoenix have fought out a dour 0-0 draw in Saturday's A-League clash on the Gold Coast.

Siemsen at the double as Sydney win derby    

Young Matildas striker Remy Siemsen has netted twice as the Sky Blues beat Western Sydney 3-1 in the first top-tier female fixture held at ANZ Stadium.

De Silva creating headlines for Mariners    

Melbourne City take on Central Coast in an A-League top-four clash at AAMI Park on Sunday.

No time to panic for Victory boss Muscat    

Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat has vowed to remain calm despite team's patchy A-League form.

Nine-man Adelaide deny Victory    

Adelaide United have defeated Melbourne Victory 2-1 despite being reduced to nine men in a Friday night A-League thriller.

Lack of gametime behind Cahill's City exit    

Tim Cahill has confirmed it was a lack of A-League gametime that led to his decision to leave Melbourne City in pursuit of a fourth World Cup appearance.

Arnold lays out blueprint for WC success    

Socceroos coaching candidate Graham Arnold has laid out his blueprint for World Cup success, declaring winning at all costs must trump everything else.

Glory play down Andy Keogh AL injury fears    

Perth Glory coach Kenny Lowe is confident both Andy Keogh and Diego Castro will return from injury against the Jets at nib Stadium on Saturday night.

Coaches, supporters seeking voice at FFA

Coaches and supporters could be part of a new-look FFA congress after an open invitation from FIFA to meet with special interest groups early next year.

Gombau cagey on Riera Sydney derby fitness    

It's his first Sydney derby, and new coach Josep Gomabu has declared the Wanderers' game plan will not change just because there are teething problems.

Finkler and Wellington Phoenix part ways    

Brazilian midfielder Gui Finkler and the Wellington Phoenix have agreed to mutually end the marquee signing's two-year contract six months early.

Battling Roar ready for comforts of home    

Brisbane Roar have five of their next six A-League matches at home and coach John Aloisi sees it as the perfect chance to set up the rest of their season.

Arnold 'flattered' by Wanderers approaches    

Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold says he's flattered the Wanderers want his backline but says his off-contract stars won't be going anywhere.

Cahill exit no distraction for City: Joyce    

Coach Warren Joyce is determined to focus on the clash with Central Coast rather than the departure of Tim Cahill.

Papadopoulos left hanging by AL judiciary    

Avraam Papadopoulos is being made to wait far too long to find out his punishment for spitting, Brisbane Roar coach John Aloisi says.

Papadopoulos out for 7 games for spitting

Avraam Papadopoulos has been suspended for seven games for spitting at Matt Simon while playing Sydney FC.

Phoenix have the will to win: Vidosic    

Dario Vidosic says the Phoenix are angry and unhappy with their position on the A-League ladder, and need a win over Brisbane to reignite their season.

Europe's Socceroos in final Cup countdown

A closer look at how the Socceroos' European contingent are faring as the halfway stage of the season approaches ahead of next year's World Cup.

Sydney FC can damage Wanderers: O'Neill    

Sydney FC are still looking to properly "put a team to the sword" and midfielder Brandon O'Neill senses the time is right against the Wanderers on Saturday.

Gombau set to shop for attackers: Baccus    

Kearyn Baccus has outlined why the balance of the squad Josep Gombau inherited from Tony Popovic is not well suited to the Spaniard's attack-first philosophy.

Walker relieved that Glory gave him a shot    

Perth Glory injury fill-in Jeremy Walker wants his second stint in the A-League to become a long one.

Victory eye shot up A-League ladder    

Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat believes his side answered A-League questions by responding to a 2-0 deficit against Wellington Phoenix last week.

Lowy, FFA avoid sack but FIFA takes reins    

FIFA has decided to allow for a congress review working group to be established in Australia "provided that FIFA and AFC are fully involved in the process".

Cahill has next club lined up: Muscat    

Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat has wished Tim Cahill well after he departed Melbourne City.

Schwarzer wants long-term Socceroos coach

MARK SCHWARZER of Leicester in action during the Capital One Cup at The King Power Stadium in Leicester, England  Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images

Goalkeeping great Mark Schwarzer, who's helping the FFA select the next Socceroos coach, wants a long-term commitment to the role.

Auckland City ousted from Club World Cup    

Auckland City FC have lost to UAE champions Al Jazira 1-0 despite dominating their first-round match at the FIFA Club World Cup.

Victory chalk up W-League decade    

Melbourne Victory's W-League coach Jeff Hopkins says his players will need no extra motivation for their with Adelaide - but they'll get it anyway.

Sydney FC, Victory get tough Asian tests

Sydney FC's toughest Asian Champions League test will come from China's Shanghai Shenhua, while Melbourne Victory must face J-League winners Kawasaki.

Ninkovic not 100 per cent for Sydney derby    

Milos Ninkovic is still not back in full training three days out from the second Sydney derby of the A-League season.

McKay anoints Caletti as Roar successor    

Matt McKay believes Brisbane Roar teenager Joe Caletti can replicate his longevity in the A-League and become the club's next "generational player".

City and A-League unfulfilled by Cahill

	TIM CAHILL passes during an Australia Socceroos training session at ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia  Photo by Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images

Tim Cahill's A-League deal with Melbourne City has ended, without player, coach or code enjoying the full benefit that each intended.

O'Donovan, Brown in mix for Perth return

Jets defender Nikolai Topor-Stanley says Roy O'Donovan and Wayne Brown got through training on Wednesday ahead of a potential A-League return in Perth.

Milligan backs Cahill over City walkout    

Tim Cahill is making the right decision in leaving Melbourne City in search of more club time according to Socceroos teammate Mark Milligan.

Tim Cahill in the A-League: by the numbers

A closer look at Tim Cahill's one-and-a-half season stint with Melbourne City in the A-League.

Tim Cahill's career at a glance

A snapshot at the career of Socceroos great and departing Melbourne City player Tim Cahill.

Cahill departs A-League's Melbourne City    

Socceroos legend Tim Cahill has left A-League club Melbourne City with immediate effect after a stand-off with coach Warren Joyce over game time.

Sky Blues, Victory to learn ACL groups

Representatives of Sydney FC and Melbourne Victory gather in Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday to learn their Asian Champions League 2018 group opponents.

The state of the Socceroos coaching race

Sven Goran Eriksson is the highest-profile manager to publicly declare interest in the vacant Socceroos' coaching job.

No call on Socceroos coach until February

Football Federation Australia has announced it won't appoint a new Socceroos coach until the middle of February.

Roar hoping for scheduling help from FFA    

Brisbane Roar coach John Aloisi expects next month's scheduled away trip to the Central Coast will be postponed due to AFC Champions League demands.

Australia in the dark over FIFA takeover

A day after FIFA met to determine whether the world governing body should seize control of the Australian game, FFA's top brass remained in the dark.

CEO Robson to depart Melbourne Victory

Ian Robson has resigned as chief of A-League club Melbourne Victory to take up a position with Rowing Australia.

FFA board's fate could be sealed overnight    

A meeting of FIFA's member associations committee in Zurich overnight will have huge implications for the future of soccer in Australia.

Okon keeps rising Mariners' focus in check    

The Mariners are back, but coach Paul Okon is determined not to let outside noise affect his rejuvenated A-League squad's progress.

Victory's tenacity reaps A-League rewards    

Kevin Muscat believes Melbourne Victory's hard work is finally starting to pay off after his side fought back from 2-0 down to beat Wellington.

A-League round nine snapshot

A quick overview of what happened in round nine of the A-League 2017-18 season.

Phoenix lack winners, laments Kalezic    

Wellington coach Darije Kalezic says his team lacks a winning mentality following their fifth loss in eight A-League matches.

Brisbane hit W-League summit    

Brisbane Roar have collected an impressive win at Canberra United to move equal top in the W-League, while champions Melbourne City again flopped.

Powell strikes late to sink gritty Glory    

Central Coast Mariners have strung together back-to-back A-League wins for the first time since February, downing Perth 1-0 in Gosford.

'It's a process': Gombau answers critics    

In a worrying prelude to this week's Sydney derby, the Wanderers' encouraging start against Brisbane finished in a forgettable 2-0 loss.

Melbourne victory boosts self-belief    

Melbourne Victory have received a crucial boost in self-belief after overcoming a two-goal half-time deficit to beat Wellington Phoenix 3-2.

Jets, City split on A-League video review    

Newcastle Jets coach Ernie Merrick is a fan of the video assistant referee but Melbourne City counterpart Warren Joyce is not.

Vidmar appointed Melb City assistant coach    

A "delighted" Tony Vidmar has joined A-League side Melbourne City's coaching team, announced as Warren Joyce's senior assistant.

Socceroos flashback to France win

France is Australia's toughest group stage opponent at the 2018 World Cup but the Socceroos have defeated before.

Muscat is Melb City's man to beat Jets

Melbourne City are back in the winners lists after upsetting Newcastle Jets at home, and in the rain, 2-1 to snap their month-long winless streak.

Roar snatch win as injuries hit Wanderers    

Ivan Franjic marked his return to Brisbane with a sweet second-half strike to complement Massimo Maccarone's opener in Saturday's 2-0 win over the Wanderers.

Mariners aiming for A-League's top four    

The Mariners host the Glory in the knowledge a victory would lift them into the top four and generate valuable momentum heading into a busy summer.

Reaction to Australia's World Cup draw    

Reaction from caretaker coach Ante Milicic and all-time Australian leading cap-winner Mark Schwarzer to Australia's World Cup draw.

Milicic sees upside in Australia's draw    

The Socceroos' World Cup draw is a logistical gift according to stand-in coach Ante Milicic - and could even see Australia cheered as a home team.

Phoenix defender returns with high hopes    

Phoenix defender Scott Galloway returns from a four-week injury break to boost Wellington's back four in their A-League clash against Melbourne Victory.

Guide to Australia's World Cup opponents

Everything you need to know about France, Denmark and Peru - Australia's three group-stage opponents for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.

Australia's history at World Cups

How the Socceroos fared at their four previous World Cup appearances.

How the groups will line up in Russia

A look at the eight groups who will contest the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia next June and July.

Arnold hails Sydney FC's strength of mind    

Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold says spending much time on erasing self-doubt from his A-League players is paying rich dividends.

Socceroos face France, Denmark in Russia

Australia will begin their 2018 World Cup campaign against 1998 champions France, with matches to follow against Peru and Denmark.

Sydney FC beat Adelaide United in A-League    

Brazilian striker Bobo has scored the winner as Sydney FC downed Adelaide United 1-0 in their A-League match in Adelaide.

Papadopoulos made to wait on spit verdict    

Brisbane Roar defender Avraam Papadopoulos is unlikely to learn the extent of his A-League ban for spitting until early next week.

Tensions high as FIFA intervention looms

FIFA has been urged to sack the FFA board by one Australian soccer stakeholder while the players union says it's clear the sport needs immediate reform.

Kalezic eases pressure on young Nix keeper    

Teenage goalkeeper Keegan Smith will warm the bench for a second successive week when Wellington Phoenix meet Melbourne Victory this weekend.

Patience needed for Gombau's Barca style    

Josep Gombau has only been at the helm for two A-League games but has already tweaked predecessor Tony Popovic's possession-based style to his Barcelona roots.

Joyce to reshape A-League's City    

Melbourne City coach Warren Joyce is considering re-fashioning his A-League squad as they chase a return to winning ways.

Who will Australia draw at the World Cup?

Who will Australia face at the 2018 FIFA World Cup finals? The Socceroos' three group stage opponents will become clear on Saturday morning (AEDT).

FFA chaos won't stop hunt for Roos coach    

FFA will not wait until Australian soccer's governance chaos is resolved before appointing a panel to choose former coach Ange Postecoglou's successor.

Socceroos to soon learn World Cup foes    

Last time out it was Spain, Chile and the Netherlands - which three teams will Australia draw for the 2018 World Cup group stage?

How FFA crisis could affect Roos, Matildas

Australian football's spiteful power struggle has potentially catastrophic ramifications for the Socceroos and Matildas.

Muscat bullish on Victory A-League hopes    

In-doubt pair Rhys Williams and Lawrence Thomas have flown to New Zealand on Friday morning as part of Melbourne Victory's squad to play Wellington Phoenix.

Milicic won't be drawn on speculation    

Interim Socceroos coach Ante Milicic is staying coy on whether he's a candidate for the national team job in the long term.

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