Aussies Abroad Weekend Wrap
Nikita Rukavytsya scored a brace in Israel, Massimo Luongo scored for QPR yet again and Ben Folami found the net for Ipswich Town’s reserve team.
Kosmina: Burns has done nothing
Former Socceroo John Kosmina has launched a tirade at Nathan Burns, questioning his desire to keep playing, stating his move to Wellington was a "cop-out" and he's "done nothing" since returning to the A-League.
Vodafone Egypt are giving users 11 free minutes every time Mo Salah scores for Liverpool
Are they trying to go out of business? The phone company have announced an ingenious new tie-in with the Reds and their Egyptian king
Danish side Sonderjyske lost to a late goal – so why do league rules mean they're celebrating?
The Danish FA might be raising suspicious eyebrows at this result which effects teams at the top and bottom of the Superliga
Where to next for rudderless Mariners?
I really liked Paul Okon. I did briefly resent him for not keeping John Hutchinson as his assistant, but I liked his passion and the style the players showed (occasionally) under his tenure. Now he is gone, and the Mariners are adrift in the darkness.
Are the Sky Blues in meltdown?
What on earth is happening at Sydney FC? David Carney's booting off from matches, Alex Brosque is spitting at referees (allegedly) and Graham Arnold's in damage-control. Is this the future Socceroos...
Gallery: Young Matildas vs Thailand U19
The Young Matildas claimed a 2-1 victory in a friendly match against Thailand U19. Western Sydney Wanderers forward broke the deadlock before Canberra United's Amy Sayer double the lead. Thailand scored a late goal through Pram-Nak.
Jurman: The moment the boss pulled me aside
Better late than never! On Thursday, at the age of 27, Suwon Samsung Bluewings defender Matt Jurman made his Socceroos debut in a 1-1 draw against Syria in Malaysia. With Australia's World Cup hopes hanging in the balance the former Sydney FC star talks about the moment coach Ange Postecoglou pulled him aside and said, "you're on!"