De Biasi confirms FFA approach for Socceroos job
Italian Gianni De Biasi confirmed Football Federation Australia have approached him about taking over from Ange Postecoglou as the new Socceroos boss.
Ikonomidis: I'm still a Lazio player
Fringe Socceroo Chris Ikonomidis is backing himself to break into Lazio’s first team squad and has targeted a return to the Socceroos after finding pre-season form for the Serie A giants.
I’m worth £1m, says pub footballer who just heard about Kyle Walker
Sunday League player puts seven-figure price tag on his own head, Back of the Net reveal
FIFA 18 reveals new crossing gameplay – including some new features
The EA Sports gameis to include abrand new crossing control feature in its latest release.
Death to John the Pragmatist!
So, we’re out of the Confederations Cup. Two draws and a one goal loss against Germany, Chile and Cameroon rated three, four and 32 respectively against our plucky 48.
Ange and the art of the possible
They say that trying the same experiment multiple times and expecting different results is a form of madness. What then does this suggest about our national coach and his patently ineffective three at the back system?
Why loyalty has no part in modern football
The treatment of Wayne Rooney, John Terry and Claudio Ranieri created three modern football martyrs, bona fide personifications of loyalty’s dying influence in the English game. But why is there no room for the devoted anymore? And should a new wave of faithless players be lauded, or despised?
Pic special: With the fans at Arsenal vs Western Sydney Wanderers
We were alongside the 83000-plus fans at a packed ANZ Stadium on Saturday night for Arsenal's second friendly and their clash with Western Sydney Wanderers. Pics by Kevin Airs and Jeff Walsh.
Video: Huge crowds greet Arsenal
Arsenal landed in Australia on Tuesday morning greeted by massive crowds at Sydney Airport ahead of their matches against Sydney FC and Western Sydney Wanderers at ANZ Stadium.
Video: Arsenal players try Aussie slang
Mesut Ozil, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and several Gunners tried out some Aussie slang ahead of Arsenal's Sydney tour.