Richard Hinds There is an equation often used by Australian soccer fans to illustrate the victimisation they feel: 11 arrests during a one-dayer at the SCG equals a quiet night out; 11 arrests at an A-League game...
Richard Hinds The derbies might still be the A-league's exceptions outside the finals.
Richard Hinds Sydney FC left searching for first win of season after going down 3-2 to Newcastle.
Richard Hinds TV deal worth $160 million gives A-League a chance to consolidate, and grow.
Richard Hinds Samantha Kerr's joyous somersault after scoring the second goal in Sunday's W-League grand final deserves a place in the hall of fame, writes Richard Hinds.
Richard Hinds It is a damp Saturday evening in Melbourne and I am sitting behind the goal at the northern end of AAMI Park with my 14-year-old Main Son. The first half has been tense, if not electrifying.
Richard Hinds David Gallop's move to the A-League coincided with its best and brightest season.
Richard Hinds The media have often been accused of sensationalising behaviour of A-League fans.
Richard Hinds Entering the press conference room, Holger Osieck greets the waiting pack with an ironic reference to the many cameras thrust in his face. ''Strange there are so many.
Richard Hinds Surely the Socceroos win. Surely they beat Iraq and avoid the tortuous uncertainty of sudden death repechage in Asia and South America. Surely they go straight to Rio.
Richard Hinds Les Murray was at Sydney FC training. Which, under normal circumstances, would be like the Pope popping into a suburban parish to watch the local priest conduct holy communion.