MCBH Property Group, a company linked to the bankrupt former Reds part-owner, filed claims in SA Supreme Court last week, the Adelaide Advertiser reports.

This is money the company says it's owed by the international consortium as it had a 25% stake in Adelaide before the sale. 


'It was terrible' - Kewell slams Oldham display

Harry Kewell has criticised his players after Oldham Athletic were beaten 3-0 by Stevenage, the club's third defeat in a row.

MCBH is also seeking interest and costs, which could rise the total sum to over $2 million. The chairman of Adelaide, Piet van der Pol, has reportedly insisted that it poses no risk to the club.

It does however shine a light on the unclear ownership situation at Adelaide, of which van der Pol is the only known shareholder representing a secretive Dutch consortium.

The ownership group is only listed as Australian Football Opportunities, with no other investors named. 


Captain fantastic Wright says 'a weight has lifted off'

Bailey Wright's Sunderland have gotten off the mark in League One and the Socceroo says he is honoured to have been made vice-captain of the club.


Official: City sign talented A-League trio

Melbourne City have confirmed their off-season recruitment spree by announcing the signings of three players from rival A-League clubs Sydney FC, Melbourne Victory and Adelaide United.


'No one is falling through' Young Socceroos talent rampage

“Look, we’ve got a lot of talent,” says Young Socceroos coach Gary van Egmond, as he oversees a plethora of Aussie talent streaming through the football gates.


Throughout a club crisis, Mariners youth are thrashing all-comers

While the Central Coast Mariners' A-League team enter crisis talks to prevent the club leaving Gosford, that Centre of Excellence they built is beginning to pay dividends in the NSW NPL.