Ibini: It's great to be back!
After an 18 month sabbatical through injury, Sydney winger Bernie Ibini says scoring in his comeback game in last night’s FFA Cup semi-final win made the heartache of his time away a little easier to handle.
JVS: Personnel has made a difference
Melbourne City coach John van’t Schip says a change in staff and roster will be the defining factor for improving on his side's last campaign.
Chelsea showing signs of youth change under Conte – but is this the real thing?
Its early days, saysAlex Hess, but the Blues certainly seem more willing to give youth a chance under the guidance of Antonio Conte
UEFA refusing to rule out holding Champions League final in US, on Moon
UEFAs president is looking to explore new markets,Back of the Netreveals.
Huge crowds support A-League expansion
Record-breaking attendances for the opening weekend of the A-League prove it's time to seriously think about expanding the league further.
Getting on with the job
I don't often get a chance or have the time to catch up with Lawrie McKinna. So when the big Scot found out I'd escaped Sydney for a couple of days to head to my home town of Newcastle, the message was to the point in text by the Newcastle Jets CEO: "Get here at 1 for a wee pot of tea."
All is not lost for Wanderers
The Hyundai A-League is back with a bang and the football family have welcomed it with open arms. Last minute equalisers, impossible come-backs, derby delight. Yes, football has once again captured the imagination of the Australian public in a way only it could, and this on the first weekend of the competition.
City v Glory match action
A-League 2016/17 Round 3: Melbourne City defeated 3-2 by Perth Glory and an Andy Keogh hat-trick at AAMI Park on Friday night.
Cahill's 40m wonder goal!
He's still got it! Socceroo legend Tim Cahill unleashed this long range screamer to open his A-League account in the Melbourne Derby.
Damey gives back to Liberia
Nunawading striker Emile Damey is doing his best to give back after setting up a charity to help footballers in his native Liberia.