Soccer

Sat 1 Sep 2018

Bolt can see the sledges coming

Bolt can see the sledges coming

Usain Bolt enjoyed every minute of his first hitout with the Central Coast Mariners and isn't fussed about possible criticism from opposing fans and the media

Kewell joins world’s oldest club as head coach

Kewell joins world’s oldest club as head coach

Former Socceroos star Harry Kewell, who is relatively new to football management, has joined the oldest club in the world as their new head coach

Uproar as Bolt rises from slumber

Uproar as Bolt rises from slumber

AFTER over an hour watching cameras film Usain Bolt sitting idly, fans were given a glimpse of what the Olympic king had to offer.

Thu 30 Aug 2018

Crooked FIFA official jailed for nine years

Crooked FIFA official jailed for nine years

A former South American FIFA official has been sentenced to nine years' jail for his role in the sweeping corruption scandal at football's governing body

Teen bolter picked in Socceroos stunner

Teen bolter picked in Socceroos stunner

A teenager who is yet to play a professional game has been named as the shock bolter among five potential debutants in Graham Arnold’s first Socceroos squad

Socceroo seals stunning Champions League fairytale

Socceroo seals stunning Champions League fairytale

Milos Degenek has played a starring role to send his club into the Champions League — and he won’t be the only Aussie playing in Europe’s premier club comp

Tue 28 Aug 2018

Struggling Bolt admits to big football problem

Struggling Bolt admits to big football problem

Usain Bolt has made an honest confession about his time on the Central Coast as he attempts to pursue a football career with the Mariners

Arzani ‘shows glimpses of quality’ in Celtic debut

Arzani ‘shows glimpses of quality’ in Celtic debut

Socceroos een sensation Daniel Arzani ‘showed glimpses of his quality’ as he made his first appearance in a Celtic shirt overnight.

Knives out for Mourinho after Tottenham disaster

Knives out for Mourinho after Tottenham disaster

THE knives are out for Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho after a 3-0 thrashing continued a disastrous start to the season.

Sat 25 Aug 2018

Tottenham and France captain charged with drink-driving

Tottenham and France captain charged with drink-driving

Tottenham Hotspur shot stopper Hugo Lloris has apologised after being charged with drink-driving ahead of the club's clash with Manchester United

Italian fan gets lengthy jail term after Liverpool violence

Italian fan gets lengthy jail term after Liverpool violence

An Italian football fan has been jailed over his role in violence against Liverpool supporters outside Anfield before a Champions League semi-final in April

Fri 24 Aug 2018

FFA war leaves A-League expansion up in the air

FFA war leaves A-League expansion up in the air

Nine A-League expansion bidders will submit their final proposals next Friday but a decision on the successful two could be delayed by the FFA saga

Wed 22 Aug 2018

National finals beckon for local football heroes

National finals beckon for local football heroes

Can Wollumbin High's dream run continue?

Former Roar player set for Socceroos chance

Former Roar player set for Socceroos chance

FORMER Brisbane Roar youth team player Kenny Dougall looms as a bolter for the Socceroos’ 2019 Asian Cup squad.

Tue 21 Aug 2018

Bolt to prove doubters wrong

Bolt to prove doubters wrong

USAIN Bolt already had plenty of Aussie fans, but he gained even more after he showed off his football skills with the Mariners in Gosford.

Salah under fire as Liverpool stay perfect

Salah under fire as Liverpool stay perfect

MOHAMED Salah accused of diving after the Liverpool star won a controversial penalty that inspired their 2-0 Premier League win over 10-man Crystal Palace.

Mon 20 Aug 2018

Brisbane to host Socceroos v South Korea

Brisbane to host Socceroos v South Korea

THE Socceroos will make their long-awaited return to Brisbane when they host South Korea on November 17 at Suncorp Stadium.

Ultimate Guide: ‘Scorpion’ derby, family reunion in FFA Cup R16

Ultimate Guide: ‘Scorpion’ derby, family reunion in FFA Cup...

JUST 16 teams remain in Australia’s biggest domestic competition, as an intriguing A-League clash and a family reunion headline the action.

A-League club ‘in conversation’ over Dutch international

A-League club ‘in conversation’ over Dutch international

REPORTS in Holland suggest Sydney FC are ‘in conversation’ over a move for Dutch international Siem De Jong, who could join the Sky Blues as a marquee.

Sun 19 Aug 2018

‘You can’t buy class’: United boss fumes

‘You can’t buy class’: United boss fumes

MANCHESTER United manager Jose Mourinho has taken aim at ‘disrespectful’ Manchester City and even cheekily suggested the club should be paying him royalties.

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