Asian Cup Final: Matildas looking to avoid Thailand Chaos
Matildas goal scoring hero Alanna Kennedy says Australia will be looking avoid the late dramatics of the Thailand semi-final and score early in the Asian Cup Final against Japan.
Asian Cup Final Preview: Australia v Japan
Now the dust has settled on the nerve-racking semifinal, the Matildas prepare for the final of the 2018 AFC Women’s Asian Cup against a formidable and familiar opponent, Japan.
Yes, Tottenham need to show a winning mentality against Manchester United – but even that may not be enough in the long term
Spurs can gain that sought-after winning edge by claiming the FA Cup but, as Seb Stafford-Bloor explains, there are greater obstacles for the club to overcome
Opinion: I was ‘Wenger In’ until the end – but thank goodness he’s going, for his sake
Lifelong Arsenal supporter Chas Newkey-Burden on the greatness of Arsene, whose departure signifies the cutting of the last tie to those old Highbury days
Craig Johnston – Surfing for Southern
Few people in Australian football polarise the fans like Craig Johnston. Loved by some for his exploits at Liverpool in the 80s – loathed by others for his refusal to play for the Socceroos, and forever haunted by his comment that: “Playing football for Australia was like surfing for England”.
10 ways to fix the A-League: Part 2
In part two of FourFourTwo's two-part series on saving the A-League, we look at the bare bones behind running a successful competition.
Finals Gallery: Melbourne City v Brisbane Roar
Melbourne City took on Brisbane Roar on Friday night at AAMI Park in the A-League elimination finals. Pics by Getty Images.
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!"