'Full strength Socceroos will make a difference': FA chief's World Cup war cry

'Full strength Socceroos will make a difference': FA chief's World Cup war cry

A robust financial rebound has left Football Australia well placed to shrug off the $12 million hit of missing out on the World Cup - but chief executive James Johnson hasn’t given up hope of qualifying for Qatar. 5 May 2022
FA to recruit 'chief football officer'

FA to recruit 'chief football officer'

Football Australia Chief James Johnson has confirmed the national body's financial stability, regardless of if the Socceroos make it to this year's World Cup. 4 May 2022
'I'm fully confident': Ex-Socceroos keeper predicts play-off glory

'I'm fully confident': Ex-Socceroos keeper predicts play-off glory

It might look like mission implausible, but ex-Socceroos keeper Mitch Langerak believes Graham Arnold’s men are still a big shout of traversing next month’s playoffs to reach the World Cup in Qatar. 4 May 2022
EXCLUSIVE: Cancar & Baccus to depart Wanderers to join Aussie ranks in Scottish Premiership

EXCLUSIVE: Cancar & Baccus to depart Wanderers to join Aussie ranks in Scottish Premiership

The Aussie exodus to Scotland has gathered pace with the Western Sydney Wanderers duo of Keanu Baccus and Phillip Cancar jumping aboard the Tartan train. 28 Apr 2022
EXCLUSIVE: Fringe Socceroos keeper bound for Wanderers

EXCLUSIVE: Fringe Socceroos keeper bound for Wanderers

Fringe Socceroos keeper Lawrence Thomas will quit Denmark’s Superliga at the end of the season to join Western Sydney Wanderers’ rebuild under Mark Rudan. 28 Apr 2022
'It's a no brainer': Mariners boss urges Arnold to cap Cumdog

'It's a no brainer': Mariners boss urges Arnold to cap Cumdog

As Graham Arnold weighs his attacking options ahead of June’s World Cup playoffs in Doha, Central Coast boss Nick Montgomery says the Socceroos coach should look no further than born-again A-League striker Jason Cummings. 27 Apr 2022
'The best thing for my development': Why Aussie young gun chose Italy

'The best thing for my development': Why Aussie young gun chose Italy

Dual nationality defender Alessandro Circati believes opting for Italy over Australia was the “best thing” for his future after making his debut last month for the Azzurri’s U-20s. 23 Apr 2022
Yorke in mix to bring back Glory days to Perth

Yorke in mix to bring back Glory days to Perth

Dwight Yorke has emerged as an early contender to bring the pizzazz back to stricken Perth Glory by taking the coaching reins next season.  21 Apr 2022
Premier League Aussie chasing big breakthrough

Premier League Aussie chasing big breakthrough

Caleb Watts - one of Australia’s brightest next gen talents - has vowed to supercharge his future next season, whether he remains on the books of Southampton or heads elsewhere. 19 Apr 2022
A-League All Stars want Red Devils legend Yorke for Barcelona battle

A-League All Stars want Red Devils legend Yorke for Barcelona battle

Manchester United and Sydney FC legend Dwight Yorke has been sounded out over taking charge of the A-League All Stars for next month’s showpiece friendly against Barcelona at Stadium Australia.  16 Apr 2022
Exclusive: Aquilina seals Mariners move as Miller saddles up with Bulls

Exclusive: Aquilina seals Mariners move as Miller saddles up with Bulls

Promising Western Sydney Wanderers defender Thomas Aquilina may have played his last game for the club, with a two-year deal to join Central Coast Mariners on the table. 14 Apr 2022
Aussie keeper delves inside Klopp's magnificent mind

Aussie keeper delves inside Klopp's magnificent mind

If the ability to cajole players into dredging the deepest recesses of their resolve wins titles, then Liverpool FC already have the Premier League in the bag. 13 Apr 2022
‘I don’t see myself as a number two’: Socceroos' Ryan riding Spanish rollercoaster

‘I don’t see myself as a number two’: Socceroos' Ryan riding Spanish rollercoaster

Socceroos skipper Mat Ryan isn’t letting lack of game time in La Liga erode his confidence or swagger, insisting: “I don’t see myself as a number two." 12 Apr 2022
'There's no panic': Matildas still on course, claims Catley

'There's no panic': Matildas still on course, claims Catley

Loss of belief? Panic and frustration? A Matildas coach who’s lost his way? 8 Apr 2022
Online trolls 'driving' Roma starlet away from Socceroos

Online trolls 'driving' Roma starlet away from Socceroos

A social media backlash aimed at Roma rookie Cristian Volpato has diminished the prospects of the dual nationality winger ever representing Australia, according to his mentor and one-time coach Tony Basha. 6 Apr 2022
It's Dutch and go for Glory rookie as Europe beckons

It's Dutch and go for Glory rookie as Europe beckons

Perth Glory starlet Joshua Rawlins - one of the A-League Men’s most gifted young prospects - is on the cusp of joining an unnamed Dutch club for next season. 4 Apr 2022
'He's fantastic for us': Irvine's tribute to reprieved Arnold

'He's fantastic for us': Irvine's tribute to reprieved Arnold

Socceroos midfielder Jackson Irvine has welcomed Football Australia’s decision to keep faith with Graham Arnold, insisting the under-scrutiny coach has been “fantastic for us.” 4 Apr 2022
'Do you have more to offer?' the question Milligan wants FA to ask Arnold

'Do you have more to offer?' the question Milligan wants FA to ask Arnold

Ex-Australia skipper Mark Milligan believes Football Australia should bluntly ask Graham Arnold whether he can “get any more” out of his beleaguered Socceroos, amid widespread speculation the coach is on the brink of being axed. 28 Mar 2022
Daggers-Fornaroli combo a natural fit for Socceroos, says Sage

Daggers-Fornaroli combo a natural fit for Socceroos, says Sage

Socceroos coach Graham Arnold probably won't hand starting caps to former Perth teammates Bruno Fornaroli and Nick D’Agostino in next Thursday’s crucial World Cup qualifier against Japan. 24 Mar 2022
Exclusive: COVID strikes Mooy in new Socceroos World Cup blow

Exclusive: COVID strikes Mooy in new Socceroos World Cup blow

Graham Arnold’s fraught preparations for this month’s vital World Cup qualifiers against Japan and Saudi Arabia have suffered a new setback, with key midfielder Aaron Mooy struck down by Covid. 16 Mar 2022
EXCLUSIVE: 'It's in our hands': Defiant Ryan's World Cup war cry

EXCLUSIVE: 'It's in our hands': Defiant Ryan's World Cup war cry

Socceroos skipper Mat Ryan insists Australia will “right the wrongs” of recent setbacks by channelling coach Graham Arnold’s positivity and belief in this month’s win-or-woe World Cup clashes against Japan and Saudi Arabia. 16 Mar 2022