How the Socceroos helped France win the World Cup
French journalist Colomban Jaosidy, from the football monthly magazine Onze Mondial, says Les Blues 2-1 win over the Socceroos was a key factor in their eventual World Cup triumph.
Matildas have a desire to be the best
While winning the Tournament of Nations is something the side want to do again, there is no denying that the Matildas have a desire to be among the top nations in the world.
Flamengo's Diego helped an 11-year-old with cystic fibrosis be a matchday mascot
The former Brazil international carried a device in a bagon his shoulder which enabled young Linda Ilana to breathe
Newly-professional Fulham youngster might have to do his Singaporean National Service now
Ben Daviss father says his son is beingencouraged to do his mandatory military service... just not yet
Bolt the door and kick this sugar hit habit
We need to kick the sugar hit habit of big name signings in the A-League before they put Australian football into a permanent coma.
Striking Gold - how to solve the Socceroos' scoring woes
In three games at the recent World Cup, playing the teams ranked 7, 11 and 12 in the World, we conceded five goals – one of them a dodgy VAR penalty and two others were super unlucky deflections. All things considered, that was not too bad for a country rated 36, so clearly, defense is not a problem. Australia’s biggest problem is scoring goals.
Confessions of an Australian England Fan
Inconceivable as it may sound to some in both Australia and England, there is a deep down affection for the Old Country in these Antipodes. Those of British stock, in particular, can’t help but want England to do well in football competitions – but only if Australia is no longer in contention.
Tim Cahill: A Career in Pics
Socceroos legend Tim Cahill has hung up his boots on his international career at the ripe age of 38, and we look back at his life on the pitch since emerging as a fresh-faced youngster at Millwall in the 90s through to Russia 2018. Pics by Getty Images.
The best bits from Harley's Russian tour
"Don't look down!" Most Australians time in Russia is over after the Socceroos' 2018 World Cup exit, including our own man on the ground.
Watch Pep surprise Melbourne City fans: 'You could have knocked me over with a feather!'
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola stunned fans of sister-club Melbourne City last night when he rocked up to a function in Melbourne's CBD.