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Jones wins third trophy in three years

Jones wins third trophy in three years

It's taken Brad Jones until his mid-thirties, but he's racking up a trophy cabinet to be proud of. 24 Apr 2018
Borrello not focused on rival interest

Borrello not focused on rival interest

Socceroos prospect Brandon Borrello insists he isn’t weighing up his options despite interest in him and his club Kaiserslautern being destined for relegation to Germany’s third tier. 23 Apr 2018
Maclaren nets as Hibs upset Rogic's Celtic

Maclaren nets as Hibs upset Rogic's Celtic

Socceroos striker Jamie Maclaren has scored his third goal for Hibernian in a shock 2-1 win over Tom Rogic's Celtic in the Scottish Premier League overnight. 22 Apr 2018
Leckie breaks goal scoring drought

Leckie breaks goal scoring drought

Socceroo Mathew Leckie ended his seven-month wait for a Bundesliga goal with the second in Hertha Berlin's 3-0 win at Eintracht Frankfurt overnight. 22 Apr 2018
Kruse provides assist in Germany

Kruse provides assist in Germany

Robbie Kruse set up VfL Bochum's late goal in their 1-1 draw with Greuther Furth in Germany's 2.Bundesliga overnight, while Tim Cahill got 15 minutes off the bench for Millwall. 21 Apr 2018
Catley: It's the story of our tournament

Catley: It's the story of our tournament

A devastating result for the Matildas as their Asian Cup dream was dashed in the final against Japan. 21 Apr 2018
Matildas v Japan: Player Ratings

Matildas v Japan: Player Ratings

The Matildas were made to rue their missed chances as they fell to reigning champions Japan 1-0 in the final of the AFC Women's Asian Cup for the second tournament in a row. 21 Apr 2018
Polkinghorne bemoans final third woes

Polkinghorne bemoans final third woes

Matildas co-captain Clare Polkinghorne has bemoaned the side's inability to take their chances for their Asian Cup final defeat to Japan in Amman on Saturday morning (AEST). 21 Apr 2018
Asian Cup Final Gallery: Matildas v Japan

Asian Cup Final Gallery: Matildas v Japan

Australia took on Japan in the final of the 2018 AFC Women's Asian Cup in Amman, Jordan, on Saturday morning AEST. Pics by Getty Images. 21 Apr 2018
Gallery: Matildas Asian Cup final training pics

Gallery: Matildas Asian Cup final training pics

The Matildas completed their final training session ahead of tomorrow’s (Saturday, 21 April, 3am AEST) AFC Women’s Asian Cup Final against Japan at the Amman International Stadium. 20 Apr 2018
Catley: World Cup will prove Matildas can be the best

Catley: World Cup will prove Matildas can be the best

Matildas star Steph Catley says next year’s Women’s World Cup in France is the stage to prove that Australia can be among the best teams in the world. 20 Apr 2018
Asian Cup Final: Matildas looking to avoid Thailand Chaos

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. 20 Apr 2018
Sainsbury captains Grasshopper in fourth game

Sainsbury captains Grasshopper in fourth game

Trent Sainsbury has already made a massive impact at Grasshopper Zurich, captaining the side against arch-rivals FC Basel in only his fourth match. 19 Apr 2018
Aussie teams make world's largest five-a-side finals

Aussie teams make world's largest five-a-side finals

The Neymar Jnr five-a-side tournament is the world's largest of its kind and an Aussie men's and women's side will be taking part. 18 Apr 2018
Matildas vs Thailand: Player Ratings

Matildas vs Thailand: Player Ratings

They made it as hard as possible but the Westfield Matildas have battled through to another Women's Asian Cup Final after a Mackenzie Arnold rollercoaster sent Australia through winning 3-1 on penalties after it finished 2-2 after extra time. 18 Apr 2018
Craig Johnston – Surfing for Southern

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”. 16 Apr 2018
Simon: Matildas know what’s on the line

Simon: Matildas know what’s on the line

Knowing a World Cup qualification spot is on the line in tonight’s Asian Cup game against Japan has the Matildas filled with extra motivation and determination, says star striker Kyah Simon. 13 Apr 2018
Hill: A-League criteria makes it difficult for migrant based clubs

Hill: A-League criteria makes it difficult for migrant based clubs

The man who controversially axed ethnic teams in the former NSL says FFA’s expansion criteria makes it difficult for migrant backed clubs to get into the A-League. 13 Apr 2018
Logarzo: Japan game is massive

Logarzo: Japan game is massive

Ahead of Australia’s Asian Cup game against Japan, Matildas star Chloe Logarzo says qualifying for next year’s Women’s World Cup would be massive for the women’s game. 13 Apr 2018
Iran coach: We're following Arzani very closely

Iran coach: We're following Arzani very closely

Iranian coach Carlos Queiroz has revealed Iran are keeping a "very" close eye on Daniel Arzani leading into the World Cup. 11 Apr 2018
WATCH: Jones commits "unnecessary" howler

WATCH: Jones commits "unnecessary" howler

Socceroos goalkeeper Brad Jones had a moment to forget with an "unnecessary mistake" as Feyenoord won 3-1 over Twente in the Dutch Eredivisie on Sunday. 9 Apr 2018