Australia may have lost the final of last month’s Asian Cup, but Paul J Laverty believes that there are plenty of positive signs for the future.
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Australia and Japan go head to head in the latest instalment of a long standing rivalry when they do battle in the 2011 Asian Cup Final in Qatar.
Australia may have reached the semi finals of the Asian Cup for the first time, but is the sports mad nation being given the opportunity to really care?
After a difficult start to the season, last season’s A-League champions Sydney FC have finally gotten things back on track, and Matt Greenlaw of TheFootballSack looks at their latest win over Gold Coast United.
In his first article for BackPageFootball.com, Terence Ong fills us in on the latest from the ASEAN Football Championships.
It’s been a disappointing week or so for Australian football following the failed bid to host the 2022 World Cup, and problems are also mounting domestically.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter today announced that Russia and Qatar will host the 2018 and 2022 World Cup tournaments following two days of presentations in Zurich.
Football in Australia has really taken off on the back of two successful World Cup campaigns for the national side, and the Central Coast Mariners look to have unearthed a gem in the form of Mustafa Amini.
It’s time to get down to the real business, the final sixteen of the World Cup. After what was nothing short of a group stage of disappointments in between a few shocks, the deadwood has been put to one side and the cream of the World Cup crop after left to fulfill our summer’s entertainment. […]
A superb battling performance from Australia against Serbia was not enough to progress to the knockout phase of the tournament as Germany and Ghana progressed from Group D.