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Sports - Football

A-League game moved from Spotless Stadium

A day after one Western Sydney Wanderers A-League game at Spotless Stadium was postponed another one has been moved to nearby ANZ Stadium.

Results not far away for Victory: Williams    

Melbourne Victory players remain confident they will snap their winless A-League run soon, says star defender Rhys Williams.

Football Postcast: Brighton v Stoke

The Postcast team take a look at the Monday Night Football between Brighton and Stoke.

Arnie tips ruthless Sky Blues in A-League    

Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold is tipping his side to be more ruthless at home against A-League ladder leaders Newcastle.

Adelaide hope Absalonsen back for final    

Injured Danish import Johan Absalonsen could be a chance of making the Adelaide United bench for next Tuesday's FFA Cup final against Sydney FC.

Football Postcast: 16-11-17

We now know the 32 nations that will compete in Russia next summer at the World Cup and the Postcast team give us their idea of the winner and some bigger priced fancies. The main focus of today's show however is the return of domestic action and in particular the North London derby between Spurs and Arsenal on Saturday afternoon. Bruce Millington is joined by Mark Langdon, Dan Childs and Paddy Power's Adrian Croke to preview the weekend's action.

Is De Silva a World Cup bolter    

Central Coast coach Paul Okon says consistency is the key to his playmaker Daniel De Silva breaking into the Socceroos and pushing for a World Cup spot.

Roos World Cup selection fight starts now

World Cup qualification is now the only certainty for the Socceroos, who will return to clubs all over the world with the sole goal of staying fit and in form.

Reds' late A-League winner over Mariners    

Adelaide United have ended a three-match losing run and earned a 2-1 away win over Central Coast in Gosford.

Pitch problems postpone WSW A-League game

Football Federation Australia has postponed the Western Sydney-Wellington A-League match at Spotless Stadium due to safety concerns with the playing surface.

Pots determined for World Cup draw

Socceroos fans can start dreaming about who they'll face at next year's World Cup in Russia after the last qualification spot was determined.

All Whites fall to Peru, miss World Cup    

Peru have defeated New Zealand 2-0 in their intercontinental 2018 World Cup playoff second leg, winning 2-0 on aggregate.

Simon, Heyman earn Matildas squad recalls    

Kyah Simon and Michelle Heyman are in line to face China next week after earning call-ups to a 21-player Matildas squad.

Struggling Roar plot A-League turnaround    

Brisbane Roar coach John Aloisi is confident his side can start climbing the A-League ladder as they prepare for Friday's clash against Melbourne City.

Ryan can't imagine World Cup without Ange    

A day after qualifying for Russia 2018, Mat Ryan says the Socceroos players are still none the wiser as to Ange Postecoglou's future.

How the Socceroos got their A-League start

Thirteen of the 14 players from Australia's 3-1 win over Honduras have played in the A-League. Here's a closer look at their domestic careers.

A-League the backbone of Socceroos side

All bar one of the Socceroos players who helped seal World Cup qualification have played football in the A-League.

PM congratulates Russia-bound Socceroos

The Socceroos have celebrated their passage to the 2018 World Cup with a public reception in Sydney's Martin Place.

World Cup landmarks await Cahill in Russia    

Tim Cahill's possible appearance at a fourth World Cup in Russia could put him in illustrious company.

The Socceroos' long road to Russia 2018

Australia's journey to the 2018 World Cup in Russia has been more than two years, 22 matches and 12 countries in the making.

Aloisi expects Ange to quit Socceroos job    

John Aloisi says Ange Postecoglou's post-match comments point to his imminent departure as Socceroos coach.

Ange's coaching call by end of month

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou says he'll confirm whether he guides Australia to the World Cup within a fortnight.

Sainsbury poised for long-awaited surgery    

Socceroos backline servant Trent Sainsbury will remain in Australia for surgery.

Socceroos' World Cup journeys at a glance

The Socceroos will return to the World Cup for the fifth time - and the fourth in succession - after qualifying for the 2018 tournament.

Honduras hat-trick career peak for Jedinak

Heroic Socceroos skipper Mile Jedinak says Australia's World Cup qualification playoff win over Honduras will feature prominently on his career highlights reel.

Cahill hints at City exit before World Cup

Socceroos legend Tim Cahill has emphasised the need for regular club minutes before Russia 2018, something he is not getting with Melbourne City.

Postecoglou lauds Jedinak, Rogic after win

Tom Rogic's dancing feet and Mile Jedinak's lethal work combined to deadly effect at ANZ Stadium, sending Australia through to a fourth consecutive World Cup.

Honoured Postecoglou to consider future    

After guiding Australia to the 2018 World Cup in Russia, Ange Postecoglou said coaching the Socceroos has been the greatest honour of his life.

Pinto cagey on future after Honduras loss

Coach Jorge Luis Pinto was quick to castigate media enquiring about his future after Honduras' 3-1 World Cup play-off loss to Australia in Sydney.

Postecoglou to consider future    

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou will sit down with FFA chiefs in the coming days to consider his future in the role.

Australia's win over Honduras at a glance

A look at the key players and moments that shaped Australia's decisive 3-1 World Cup qualifying win over Honduras.

Crowd finally rises to Socceroos occasion

It took 54 minutes for the sell-out crowd at ANZ Stadium to get a true feeling what was at stake in Australia's final World Cup qualifier.

Australia qualify for Russia World Cup

Australia have won the second leg of their final World Cup qualifying play-off against Honduras to qualify for Russia 2018.

Adelaide looking for A-League turnaround

Central Coast will try to maintain momentum and Adelaide will look for some when they meet in the first match of this week's A-League round.

Newcastle buzzing as Jets sit atop ladder    

Newcastle utility Ben Kantarovski says it's an "unbelievable feeling" to be sitting top of the A-League after six rounds.

Wood good to go for All Whites' WCQ    

Chris Wood is likely to start in New Zealand's World Cup play-off second leg against Peru but Tommy Smith remains touch and go.

Postecoglou mulls Socceroos selection    

What are the biggest selection issues facing coach Ange Postecoglou ahead of Wednesday night's final World Cup qualifier?

Elis to bring explosive speed against Roos

Whether it's Aziz Behich or Alex Gersbach, Australia's left wing-back will be up against some supersonic speed in Honduras winger Alberth Elis.

Cahill wants one more Socceroos push

Socceroos legend Tim Cahill says 'it feels like Australia's time' ahead of their crunch World Cup qualifier with Honduras in Sydney.

Cost of World Cup failure far-reaching

There's more than a World Cup berth on the line when the Socceroos play Honduras for a spot at Russia 2018 on Wednesday night.

Honduras continue drone wars    

Honduras coach Jorge Luis Pinto says it's "embarrassing" that in an "advanced country" like Australia a drone has detracted from the spirit of fair play.

A closer look at Australia v Honduras

Key players and information ahead of the second leg of Australia's 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying play-off with Honduras.

Postecoglou to change up Socceroos XI    

The Socceroos will field a different XI to the team that earned a 0-0 draw in Honduras last week, the only question is how many changes they will make.

World Cup reckoning arrives for Socceroos    

The Socceroos will field a different XI to the team that earned a 0-0 draw in Honduras last week, the only question is how many changes they will make.

Jedinak unfazed by Roos penalties prospect    

Fresh off his first full game in five months, Mile Jedinak says Australia's around-the-clock recovery has him ready to go against Honduras again.

Merrick talks down Jets' Sydney showdown    

A win over Sydney FC would be nice but Newcastle Jets coach Ernie Merrick says it wouldn't necessarily prove anything about their A-League title credentials.

Ange's future interlinked with Socceroos

Australia's progression to the World Cup is the main game on Wednesday night but coach Ange Postecoglou's future remains an intriguing sideshow.

Roar will come good in A-League: Holman    

Former Socceroos attacker Brett Holman believes Brisbane Roar can still make something of their A-League season despite a six-match winless run.

Italy top high-profile World Cup absentees

Four-time champions Italy have missed out on World Cup qualification a day before Australia's hopes go on the line against Honduras.

Home comforts a huge boost for Socceroos

The Socceroos have not lost a match during their last 58 'live' home World Cup qualifiers, dating back to a 1981 defeat to New Zealand.

Away goals rule looms large for Roos    

Socceroo stalwart Mark Milligan says the away goals rule is why Australia and Honduras are on an even keel ahead of Wednesday night's World Cup qualifier.

Postecoglou queries pitch for WC qualifier    

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou says every player in his 25-man squad is available for selection in their World Cup qualifier on Wednesday night.

No shame in Mariners' rowdy celebrations    

Central Coast winger Andrew Hoole says the A-League side's boisterous celebrations after beating Sydney FC showed how much the result meant.

Socceroos retirement not on Cahill's mind    

Wednesday night's World Cup qualifier with Honduras could be the last game for Tim Cahill in a Socceroos shirt.

Ex A-League import Miller battles cancer    

Former Perth Glory, Brisbane Roar and Melbourne City midfielder Liam Miller has reportedly been diagnosed with cancer.

Cahill primed for Socceroos crunch time    

Tim Cahill says he'll put his body on the line in Australia's World Cup qualifying play-off second leg against Honduras in Sydney.

Hopeful Honduras arrive, train in Sydney

Honduras have arrived to an enthusiastic welcome from a small group of fans two days before their World Cup playoff game against the Socceroos in Sydney.

Nix grab win despite makeshift defence

Wellington Phoenix have grabbed their first win of the A-League season despite running with yet another mix-and-match defensive combination.

Glory coach rues yet another VAR decision    

Perth coach Kenny Lowe has been left decrying another video assistant referee decision that went against the Glory in their 5-2 loss to Wellington Phoenix.

A-League round six snapshot

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

Jets top as A-League anarchy prevails

Seven months after the Jets claimed the A-League wooden spoon, Ernie Merrick's rejuvenated side have finished the round first for the second time this season.

Joyce fears missed chances could bite City    

Melbourne City have climbed to second on the A-League ladder but coach Warren Joyce wants more from his men.

Who are the fresh Socceroos for Sydney leg

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou has options at his disposal for the second leg of their World Cup playoff against Honduras.

Second-leg specialists to lift Socceroos

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou is set to ring the changes to his team in Sydney to help ensure freshness for the second leg of their World Cup playoff.

Wasteful City in 1-1 draw with Wanderers    

Western Sydney have welcomed new coach Josep Gombau with a 1-1 draw against Melbourne City in the A-League.

Show of force as champs find form    

Melbourne City threw down the gauntlet as the champions earned a one-sided win over Newcastle Jets to create a log-jam at the top of the ladder.

Kaludjerovic stars in first Phoenix AL win    

Serbian striker Andrija Kaludjerovic has grabbed a brace as Wellington Phoenix recorded their first win of the A-League season with a 5-2 victory over Perth.

Torn Pinto says Honduras can qualify    

Honduras' coach, Jorge Luis Pinto, has mixed feelings about his side's first leg draw with Australia but believes his team can still reach the World Cup.

All Whites fighting fit for Peru WCQ    

Striker Chris Wood is poised to return to New Zealand's starting XI for their World Cup play-off clash in Peru but defender Storm Roox has been ruled out.

Roos back and banking on travel advantage    

The Socceroos have arrived back to Australia ready to finish the World Cup qualifying job against a Honduras side they dominated in San Pedro Sula.

Socceroos soar over Pacific in style

The Socceroos hope to gain a real advantage over their World Cup qualifying play-off rivals from their charter flight to Australia from Honduras.

No quick fix for winless Victory: Muscat    

Melbourne Victory could be without several key players for another week after their A-League winless streak was extended by a draw with Brisbane Roar.

Jets right in the A-League mix: Merrick    

Newcastle coach Ernie Merrick says the Jets have what it takes to challenge for silverware after going unbeaten in the A-League's opening six rounds.

Socceroos confident of getting job done

The Socceroos' away show in taxing conditions has built belief that they will qualify for next year's World Cup in Russia by beating Honduras in Sydney.

Wood cameo boosts All Whites    

Striker Chris Wood could manage only 15 minutes of game time in New Zealand's World Cup play-off against Peru, but it was almost enough to steal a win.

Roar prolong Victory misery with 1-1 draw

Brisbane have claimed a late equaliser to steal a 1-1 A-League draw with Melbourne Victory at Etihad Stadium.

Newcastle continue good A-League run    

Newcastle has beaten Adelaide United 2-1 in the A-League to go to the top of the competition ladder.

City out to spoil Gombau's Wanderers debut    

A clash of styles is expected when Josep Gombau coaches Western Sydney for the first time in their A-League clash with Melbourne City.

Socceroos with WC18 edge as focus switches

A favourable result and a luxury charter flight ensure the Socceroos hold the advantage in their World Cup qualifying playoff against Honduras.

All Whites on track for World Cup: Hudson    

The All Whites have drawn 0-0 with Peru and are still on track to make next year's World Cup in Russia, coach Anthony Hudson believes.

Glory's Adam Taggart out for six weeks    

Perth Glory striker Adam Taggart has a 2cm hamstring tear and will miss the next six weeks of A-League action.

Hondurans party but are left wanting

In the backdrop of Australia's 0-0 draw with Honduras, glorious scenes played out in and around the Estadio Olimpico Metropolitano.

Socceroos unclear on penalty reversal

The coach and captain of the Socceroos were given different explanations for the reversal of a first-half penalty, but both accept the decision.

Australia's draw with Honduras at a glance

A look at the key players and moments that shaped Australia's 0-0 World Cup qualifying draw with Honduras.

These Kangaroos can play football    

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou has taken great pleasure in defending his side's meritorious performance in Honduras to local media.

Socceroos player ratings against Honduras

How the Socceroos fared in the second leg of their World Cup play-off against Honduras.

Sydney upset good, but Mariners want more    

Having shocked Sydney FC and, at least briefly, crept into the A-League's top six, Central Coast coach Paul Okon is loath to view the victory as a one-off.

Dominant Socceroos held to 0-0 draw    

Coach Ange Postecoglou believes Australia is in good shape to qualify for the World Cup after a fine performance and a 0-0 draw in their away qualifier.

Sydney FC beaten in huge Mariners upset

The Mariners have defeated Sydney FC in a 2-0 upset at Central Coast Stadium, inflicting the Sky Blues' first A-League loss in nine months.

Reid and Wood ready to lead from front    

Chris Wood and Winston Reid will lead from the front when the All Whites come under pressure from Peru in the first leg of their World Cup play-off.

Ange not keen on less than perfect pitch    

He's not happy with the pitch but on the eve of the World Cup playoff clash with Honduras, Ange Postecoglou can't hide his excitement.

Reds wary of Jets in-form A-League striker    

Newcastle's in-form striker Roy Donovan is preparing for some stifling Adelaide United tactics in their A-League game.

Murder, Isis sledges driving Honduras

As if winning a place at the 2018 World Cup wasn't enough motivation, Honduras' captain says media belittling by Australia is pushing them to triumph.

Confidence no concern for winless Victory    

Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat is bullish the tide is about to turn for his winless A-League side.

Franjic ready to Roar again in A-League    

Ivan Franjic says he's delighted to be back at Brisbane Roar for a second stint with the A-League club.

Socceroos history in World Cup playoffs

Australia's record in World Cup intercontinental playoffs

Socceroos out to set up second leg    

Socceroos greats have urged Australia not to try and win their World Cup play-off in the away leg, but instead to set up success at home in the return clash.

A closer look at Honduras v Australia

Everything you need to know ahead of the first leg of Australia's 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying play-off against Honduras in San Pedro Sula.

Socceroos set for Honduran cauldron    

Ange Postecoglou says it is Honduras who must get something out of the first leg of their World Cup play-off against Australia in San Pedro Sula.

Glory stay 'on time' for A-League NZ trek    

Perth are aiming to post consecutive A-League wins when they take on the Phoenix this weekend in Wellington.

Gombau issues Wanderers A-League challenge    

New Western Sydney A-League coach Josep Gombau is confident his players will quickly absorb and implement his style of play.

Cahill on track for Honduras match-up    

Mile Jedinak should start and Tim Cahill is line to make a substitute appearance in the first leg of Australia's World Cup qualifier in Honduras.

A-League round-six preview panel

Preview panel for all round-six fixtures in the A-League.

Franjic returns to A-League with Brisbane    

Brisbane have signed three time A-League championship winner Ivan Franjic for the rest of the season.

Jedinak not eyeing Socceroos finish line    

The former A-League premier with Central Coast plans to continue on with the Socceroos - win or lose against Honduras.

Glory's Taggart suffers hamstring injury    

Perth A-League striker Adam Taggart has been carried off the field by two people after injuring his hamstring at training.

Sydney FC only at 43 per cent: Arnold    

Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold says his players are performing below their best despite his side's A-League ladder-leading status and long unbeaten run.

Young Socceroos reach Asian championship    

The Young Socceroos will play in next year's under-19 Asian Championship after qualifying through a 4-1 defeat of North Korea in Hanoi.

Guide to Socceroos opponents Honduras

All you need to know about the Honduran football team ahead of their World Cup qualifying playfoff with Australia beginning Saturday (AEDT).

Berisha to learn from A-League suspension    

Melbourne Victory striker Besart Berisha says he regrets laying his hands on an A-League official.

Juric sweats on boots and for Socceroos

Tomi Juric has spent the past 10 days sweating it out in the sauna to adjust to tropical conditions in Honduras for Saturday's (AEDT) World Cup qualifier.

Juric backs Ange's Socceroos future    

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou has dismissed as speculation a report linking him to the coaching job at Scottish club Rangers.

O'Toole-Leroy George A-League battle looms    

Brisbane youngster Connor O'Toole looks to be in line for a head-to-head battle on debut against emerging A-League star Leroy George.

FFA calls AGM to fix governance crisis    

Football Federation Australia has called for an AGM on November 30 to pass through a new congress model.

City upbeat despite first A-League loss    

Melbourne City will look to rebound from their first loss of the A-League season when they face Western Sydney at AAMI Park.

Logan 'perfect' for new Roar A-League HQ    

Brisbane defender Jade North says the A-League club's new training facility is in the perfect spot for soccer to exploit a rich local talent base.

Socceroos out to attack in Honduras    

Australian defender Ryan McGowan says the Socceroos are out for tactical vindication on their way to qualifying for the World Cup.

Socceroos don't fear post-Postecoglou days    

Win or lose their World Cup qualifying playoff, the end could be nigh on Ange Postecoglou's time with the Socceroos - but players aren't worried.

Carpenter to head overseas after W-League    

Rising Matildas star Ellie Carpenter plans to join an international club once her first W-League season with Canberra United is done.

Popovic on shaky ground as board quits    

The entire board of Turkish side Kardemir Karabukspor has resigned, leaving coach Tony Popovic facing an uncertain future.

Australian becomes Arsenal Women manager

Arsenal Women have confirmed Joseph Montemurro, who has coached Melbourne City in the W-League and is City's A-League assistant coach, as their new manager.

Underdog Kiwis up for World Cup fight    

A look at the state of play in FIFA World Cup qualifying, where the nine remaining places at the 2018 tournament will be decided over the next week.

'No excuses' Socceroos roll up sleeves

In the absence of brighter stars, less experienced players will look to make names for themselves in the Socceroos' World Cup qualifiers with Honduras.

Cahill on deck and happy in Honduras    

Hondurans have rolled out the red carpet for the Socceroos ahead of their World Cup qualifier unlike Australia's past experience in Uruguay.

Last-ditch Degenek up for Socceroos fight    

Socceroos defender Milos Degenek says the World Cup playoff with Honduras will be the two most important matches of his career.

I've got no grudge against Muscat: FBK    

Brisbane Roar's Fahid Ben Khalfallah says he holds no grudges against Melbourne Victory and has nothing to prove to his former coach Kevin Muscat.

Sainsbury ready for speculation season    

Will Trent Sainsbury stay in China next season or find a new club home? He doesn't know yet and is prepared for any circumstance.

Next-gen Socceroos can step up: Sainsbury    

Defender Trent Sainsbury says the absence of key Socceroos in Honduras is a loss but one the team can overcome during their World Cup playoff.

Gutsy draw could spark Victory in A-League    

Melbourne Victory could draw inspiration after they salvaged a point under difficult circumstances against Western Sydney in their A-League clash.

Victory, Wanderers share A-League points    

Melbourne Victory came back from a goal down to claim a valuable A-League point with a scintillating 1-1 draw against Western Sydney Wanderers.

Winless Roar lose Ingham to NZ duty    

Injury-hit Brisbane Roar will be without young defender Dane Ingham as they hunt their first A-League win of the season in Melbourne on Saturday.

Maclaren will start soon: Darmstadt coach    

SV Darmstadt coach Torsten Frings says Socceroos striker Jamie Maclaren will "eventually" get his chance to prove himself as a regular in Germany.

Roos' Cahill won't promise fitness for WCQ    

Star Socceroos striker Tim Cahill has not guaranteed he will be fit for the World Cup qualification clash in Honduras upon his departure from Australia.

Socceroos jet into San Pedro Sula

The 22 travelling Socceroos will clock up around 200,000 kilometres collectively on their way to Honduras for their World Cup qualifier.

FIFA erases Socceroos' yellow cards record

FIFA has erased all of Australia's leftover yellow cards due to exceptional circumstances in a major boost to their World Cup qualification hopes.

Roar have stopped the rot, Aloisi claims    

Brisbane Roar are still battling to find form but coach John Aloisi says they can at least build on their first clean sheet of the A-League season.

Top three create mini-break in A-League    

Sydney FC, Melbourne City and Newcastle Jets have pulled away from the rest of the A-League after five rounds of the new season.

A-League round five snapshot

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

Roar, Mariners in dour A-League stalemate    

Brisbane Roar and Central Coast have fought out a frustrating 0-0 A-League draw at Suncorp Stadium on Sunday.

Hill hat-trick puts Perth top of W-League    

American import Rachel Hill scored three goals as Perth Glory routed Brisbane Roar 4-1 in the W-League.

Injury problems mount for Socceroos    

Socceroos star Tim Cahill will travel to Honduras for the World Cup qualifying playoff first leg but attacker Robbie Kruse won't.

Phoenix A-League surrender baffles coach    

Wellington Phoenix's limp response to conceding two late first-half goals in their A-League loss to Newcastle Jets has left coach Darije Kalezic disappointed.

Reid and Wood head experienced All Whites    

All Whites coach Anthony Hudson has named an experienced 23-man squad, featuring Winston Reid and Chris Wood, for the World Cup qualifying playoff against Peru.

O'Donovan leads Jets' A-League charge    

Roy O'Donovan's scoring run for Newcastle has continued in the win over Wellington but it was the team display that most impressed Jets coach Ernie Merrick.

Victory up for Wanderers A-League fight    

Melbourne Victory will be desperate to get their first win of the A-League season when they face Western Sydney at Etihad Stadium on Monday night.

Glory too keen to impress home fans: Lowe    

Perth Glory are enjoying their home comforts in the A-League but a tough run of away games has left coach Kenny Lowe questioning the scheduling.

Montevideo mission sparking Socceroos

The last group of Socceroos not to reach a World Cup have urged Australia to be street smart enough on their qualifying mission to Honduras.

Cahill booked for Socceroos' Honduras trip    

Socceroos star Tim Cahill will travel to Honduras for the World Cup qualifying playoff first leg but attacker Robbie Kruse won't.

Kurz confident of Reds A-League turnaround    

Adelaide United's loss to Perth Glory was their worst performance of the season but coach Marco Kurz believes his side will bounce back immediately.

Socceroos duo Ryan and Mooy enjoy EPL wins    

Australia's European-based players have endured mixed fortunes ahead of the Socceroos' World Cup qualifier against Honduras.

Keogh header earns Glory points over Reds

A late goal from captain Andy Keogh has seen Perth Glory overcome some brilliant Paul Izzo goalkeeping to beat Adelaide United 1-0 at nib Stadium.

Jets beat Nix, still unbeaten in A-League    

Newcastle have kept their unbeaten A-League record intact with a 3-0 win over Wellington.

Socceroos wait on Cahill injury update    

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou is among the many nervous Australian soccer fans awaiting news on Tim Cahill's injured ankle.

Aloisi queries A-League coach cards model    

Brisbane mentor John Aloisi has questioned the introduction of red and yellow cards for coaches, saying he can't see the difference with the previous model.

Theo out, Gameiro in for A-League's Roar    

Goalkeeper Michael Theo has been ruled out with a hand injury but Corey Gameiro look set to be unleashed in Brisbane's A-League clash with Central Coast.

Arnold hails Sydney FC's reinvention

A strong squad and a bumper month ahead has Sydney FC poised to kick on according to Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold.

Socceroos wait on Cahill injury    

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou is among the many nervous Australian soccer fans awaiting news on Tim Cahill's injured ankle.

City A-League win marred by Cahill injury    

Sydney FC have defeated Melbourne City 1-0 to climb to the summit of the A-League after five rounds.

Cahill in doubt for Socceroos WC qualifier    

Tim Cahill is in doubt for Australia's must-win qualifying clash with Honduras after leaving the field early in Melbourne City's A-League clash with Sydney FC.

City claim W-League derby honours    

W-League heavyweights Melbourne City have bounced back from their opening round loss to down Melbourne Victory 1-0 on Friday night at AAMI Park.

Glory want to stay clean against Reds    

Perth are yet to record a clean sheet, and they have set their sights on achieving that in Saturday night's clash with Adelaide in Perth.

Roar keen to keep red-hot Sam Kerr quiet    

Brisbane will focus on cutting off the supply lines to Perth superstar Samantha Kerr in their W-League clash at Suncorp Stadium.

Rapper Champness to give Jets swagger    

Part-time rapper Joe Champness is in line for his full A-League debut for Newcastle against Wellington.

Foxe happy to make way for new boss Gombau    

Hayden Foxe will serve as Western Sydney's caretaker coach for the final time this weekend ahead of the arrival of new boss Josep Gombau.

Storm set to play for A-League Mariners    

Storm Roux is poised to overcome an ankle injury and play for the Central Coast Mariners in their A-League game against Brisbane.

Schwarzer laments Socceroos' lack of focus    

As a first order of business, Australia coach Ange Postecoglou should clear up his future with his players according to Socceroos legend Mark Schwarzer.

Luongo relishing new QPR captaincy role    

Massimo Luongo is hitting form at the right time at QPR ahead of the Socceroos World Cup qualifiers against Honduras later this month.

Hudson brought out of retirement by City

Melbourne City have called in the cavalry for Friday night's W-League Melbourne derby, with Matildas goalkeepers past and present to feature.

Joyce talks down A-League table-topper    

Melbourne City coach Warren Joyce isn't talking up the occasion of his side's clash with Sydney FC on Friday night.

Victory's Alleway up for W-League derby    

Melbourne Victory defender Laura Alleway's face-off with old W-League side Melbourne City is one of the intriguing plots to the Melbourne Derby.

Mile Jedinak tunes up for Honduras clash    

Mile Jedinak has backed up his drought-breaking appearance for Aston Villa with a midweek game.

Glory's Spanish amigos set to dazzle soon

Perth Glory have made a slow start to the A-League season, but they could soon kick into gear if their Spanish recruits start to fire.

Butt out of it, A-League clubs tell FFA

Adelaide United chairman Greg Griffin has again called for Football Federation Australia to butt out of talks over governance reform.

Victory gunning for W-League finals    

Despite being rank outsiders, Melbourne Victory coach Jeff Hopkins is hoping for a similar W-League derby result as their last clash.

City aren't A-League contenders yet: Mauk    

Melbourne City flyer Stefan Mauk doesn't believe his club, sitting top of the A-League club, are yet title contenders.

Sidelined Milligan backs Roos to do job    

Mark Milligan and Mat Leckie will miss the first leg of Australia's World Cup playoff with Honduras due to suspension - and nine others could miss the home leg.

Gombau plans 'something big' for Wanderers    

Former Adelaide United mentor Josep Gombau is out to form a "new era" at Western Sydney Wanderers after being named their A-League coach on a three-year deal.

Too much brain, not enough gut: Arnold    

Graham Arnold says Sydney FC players are using too much "brain thinking" in front of goal and not enough "gut feel".

Maccarone bemoans poor A-League crowds    

Brisbane Roar striker Massimo Maccarone says he's disappointed with how poorly attended his first four A-League games have been.

Roos duo Luongo and Wright lead the way    

Massimo Luongo and Bailey Wright captained their English Championship teams to wins while their Socceroos teammate Jackson Irvine was in a losing Hull side.

Wanderers name Gombau as A-League coach    

Western Sydney Wanderers have unveiled former Adelaide United mentor Josep Gombau as their A-League coach on a three-year deal.

Taggart needs more for Socceroos recall    

Perth Glory striker Adam Taggart has scored three goals from four A-League games this season, but he isn't close to being satisfied just yet.