As the A-League gets underway, a group of football fans are doing their best to take in as much of the action as possible.
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Neil Sherwin speaks with former Socceroos defender Steve Horvat about why this could be the most important off-season in the history of the A-League.
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.
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?
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.
German Holger Osieck was today announced as the new coach of the Australian national side, succeeding Dutchman Pim Verbeek.
Australia’s hopes of emulating their 2006 knockout stage appearance hangs by a thread after their 1-1 draw with Ghana in Group D today.
Australia have to go back to the drawing board following their 4-0 drubbing by Germany last night, and Neil Sherwin believes that the buck stops firmly with the manager on this one. Yesterday’s radiant winter sunshine in Perth has been replaced by a dark and dreary morning that perfectly sums up how the mood of […]
Australia grabbed a late victory over neighbours New Zealand in their last game on home soil before heading off to South Africa to prepare for the World Cup Finals. Both nations fielded strong sides in front of a crowd of over 55,000, though both Mark Schwarzer and Harry Kewell were absent for the hosts through […]