FFA Cup wrap: South net last-gasp winner
A-League hopefuls South Melbourne, third-tier outfit Bankstown Berries, NSW's Hakoah Sydney City and WA's Sorrento are the first clubs to qualify for the FFA Cup last 16 after claiming dramatic victories on Wednesday night.
Mauk seals A-League return
Melbourne City have signed Olyroos midfielder Stefan Mauk on a one-year loan deal from Dutch second division side NEC Nijmegen.
6 Naby Keita alternatives who Liverpool could sign instead this summer
The Guinea international is Jurgen Klopp's top target, but Nemanja Grbic suggests half a dozen others who could fit the bill if the Reds are eventually priced out...
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Conversation with the Eurosnobs
Adrian Deans, a lifelong Arsenal fan but also passionate Mariners supporter, goes undercover to talk with a bunch of Eurosnobs about the merits of the A-League and the Socceroos.
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.
FFA Cup Round of 32 pic special
All the images from Wednesday's opening FFA Cup Round of 32 matchday with Hills Brumbies v Sydney Hakoah, Bankstown Berries v MetroStars, South Melbourne v Edgeworth & Sorrento v Canberra Olympic in action. Pics by Getty Images.
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.