Dominic Bossi

Dominic Bossi

Dominic Bossi is a football reporter with The Sydney Morning Herald.

Nikolai Topor-Stanley leads by example for A-League club Western Sydney Wanderers in AFC Champions League

Dominic Bossi Nikolai Topor-Stanley put in a captain's performance to form the foundation of the Wanderers' defensive wall against FC Seoul, but says the honour of the armband was never his motivation.

Western Sydney Wanderers star Kwabena Appiah confident club can progress in Asian Champions League

Dominic Bossi Western Sydney Wanderers continued to ride their luck in the Asian Champions League but there is a confidence within the club they can progress to the final after somehow avoiding defeat in the first...

Tony Popovic encouraged by Western Sydney Wanderers' resilience

Antony Golec skins FC Seoul's Go Yo-Han down the touchline.

Dominic Bossi  The Wanderers may have tilted the tide in the mental battle of their Asian Champions League semi-final tie against FC Seoul after heaping more pressure on the underperforming strike force of...

Western Sydney Wanderers hang on for goalless draw in Seoul

Winding up: Labinot Haliti goes for goal.

Dominic Bossi Tony Popovic was true to his pre-game mantra that the Wanderers were here to win, but as events transpired, even they realised that was not going to happen.

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Q & A: Western Sydney Wanderers v FC Seoul

Wanderers defender Nikolai Topor-Stanley.

Dominic Bossi Pitch your questions to Dominic Bossi between 12 noon and 1pm today as Tony Popovic’s side prepare to face the Korean giants in tonight’s Asian Champions League semi-final, first-leg tie.

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Western Sydney Wanderers v FC Seoul: The lowdown

Nikolai Topor-Stanley.

Dominic Bossi, Seoul All you need to know ahead of the clash from Seoul World Cup Stadium on Wednesday night.

Fans' hostility fails to upset new Wanderer Vitor Saba

Hard to handle: Vitor Saba  on the attack.

Dominic Bossi, Seoul If Vitor Saba could find the one trait that binds himself with the Wanderers, it would be fearlessness.

Vitor Saba in line to start Western Sydney Wanderers' ACL showdown with FC Seoul


Dominic Bossi, Seoul Brazilian attacking midfielder Vitor Saba is set to start his first game for Western Sydney Wanderers in the first leg of their Asian Champions League semi-final clash with South Korean heavyweights,...

Western Sydney Wanderers fans descend on Seoul for ACL semi-final

Red-and-black army: The Wanderers' fans have quickly made a name for themselves.

Dominic Bossi A dedicated group of Western Sydney Wanderers' fans will make the arduous trip to Seoul to cheer their team in the Asian Champions League semi-final.

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10 years of the A-League, and - profits aside - they're having a ball

Dwight Yorke and Sydney FC celebrate the inaugural championship.

Dominic Bossi Supporting Australian domestic football is no longer a dirty little secret. Wearing your local football team's jersey around town is no longer seen as a bold statement, rather part of a growing trend.

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Canberra teen Shaun Burke gets chance to star with Sydney FC

Shaun Burke

Dominic Bossi Canberra high school student Shaun Burke has a chance to join Sydney FC after impressing the A-League giants with a 20-minute cameo in Wednesday night's friendly match against Canberra FC. 

Milos Dimitrijevic targets title after tough first A-League season with Sydney FC

Chasing a title: Sydney FC's Milos Dimitrijevic in New Zealand last month.

Dominic Bossi Milos Dimitrijevic arrived at the tail end of Sydney FC's most turbulent season ever but saw enough potential in the Sky Blues that he decided to stay-on in his pursuit of a first ever league title.

Seasoned W-League veteran Stajcic is in running for Matildas coach

Alen Stajcic could be the next Matildas coach.

Dominic Bossi Sydney FC W-League coach Alen Stajcic has not contemplated balancing his current role with the top job of the national team as he waits to find out whether he has been successful in his application...

Romeo Jozak in running for Han Berger's job as FFA technical director

Much admired:  Former Dinamo Zagreb youth academy director Romeo Jozak.

Dominic Bossi The Football Federation of Australia is close to naming the next national technical director and Croatian Romeo Jozak is one of two contenders to replace Han Berger. 

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Central Coast Mariners vow to clear stadium debt before opening A-League game


Dominic Bossi With just a month to go until the start of the new season, Central Coast Mariners are facing a number of off-field issues which could have a significant impact on their performance in the A-League...

The moment that told Alex Brosque he had to return to Sydney FC

Alex Brosque

Dominic Bossi  The passion of a Sydney FC fan convinced Alex Brosque the Sky Blues were the team for him.

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Sydney FC in talks with ex-West Ham defender George McCartney

George McCartney (L) playing for West Ham in 2012.

Dominic Bossi Sydney FC's search for a foreign left back could be close to an end with the Sky Blues in negotiations to sign former West Ham defender George McCartney. 

A-League's Wanderers top the list for membership sales in western Sydney

Western Sydney Wanderers fans show their fervour during a match at Pirtek Stadium earlier this year.

Dominic Bossi Western Sydney Wanderers may be able to claim they are the most well-supported football club in the city's west after selling more season tickets than any other professional sporting club in the...

Townsville Cup victory a warm-up for Sydney FC, says Marc Janko

Marc Janko

Dominic Bossi Sydney FC marquee Marc Janko opened his account for the Sky Blues in their victorious Townsville Football Cup campaign but he’s not celebrating until he repeats the success in the A-League.

Central Coast Mariners re-sign coach Phil Moss on three-year deal

Thumbs up: Mariners coach Phil Moss has signed a three-year contract extension.

Dominic Bossi Central Coast Mariners have made two long-term commitments to their football department by re-signing coach Phil Moss for three years while unveiling the A-League's first scouting network