When music met football on Twitter...
In the space of just a few months, a simple Twitter post fusing football and music has snowballed into a worldwide phenomenon.
What's wrong with this picture from Spurs v Liverpool ...and how did it happen?
You'll be amazed when you see it...
Merrick's Mr Versatility ready to make his mark
Versatile midfielder Matthew Ridenton has a new steely resolve since crossing the ditch to reunite with coach Ernie Merrick at Newcastle Jets.
Optus vow internet problems are solved as they go into Europe
Optus Sport say they have fixed the issues which marred the launch of their World Cup coverage and are set to put Aussie fans right on the sidelines of Europe's biggest games.
Version 14 A-League...Bring it on!
FFA’s war with FIFA. FFA’s war with its own stakeholders. The prospect of a normalisation committee and being turfed out of the Asian Cup. The Socceroos starting life under a coach who divides the fans. Expansion about to delight two and disaffect the rest. And pop music at goal kicks and corners? Some would suggest that Australian football’s traditional death wish is simply ratcheting up a notch, but I reckon this could be the best season ever.
Let's Sing Another Song Boys
I absolutely love the FFA Cup and everything it stands for. Except for one thing. The team songs.
FFA Cupsets show expansion is ready to go
One of the obstacles occasionally thrown up by anti-expansion apologists (and how many of those are left?) is the danger of spreading talent too thinly across the league. Well given the recent performance of NPL clubs in the FFA Cup, that fear is pretty much blown out of the water.
Rale Rasic's vision for Oz football...
Former Socceroos boss Rale Rasic has revealed his blueprint for an Australian Football Museum – and his dream of how he'll make it happen.
Watch! Ronaldo's ridiculous red card
Even Cristiano Ronaldo's biggest critics are admitting his straight red this morning was harsh as Juventus beat Valencia 2-0 despite going down to 10 men after half an hour.
Just Sam It! Kerr stars in new Nike ad
Matildas legend Sam Kerr is the star of a new global Nike TV ad campaign Rallying Cry, celebrating the power of women in sport.
Iniesta turns it on with super strike in Japan
This is what the A-League missed out on – Andres Iniesta showed his Barca genius when he scored for his new J1 League side Vissel Kobe in a 1-1 draw with Sanfrecce last night. The former Spanish World Cup winner was briefly linked with a move to the A-League in May until Kobe outbid Australian clubs for his services.