Dominic Bossi CENTRAL Coast Mariners wore pink kits for a charitable cause but showed no compassion towards the Perth Glory, claiming a 1-0 win in a cagey battle at Bluetongue Stadium.
Chris Pike A goal in each half propelled Perth Glory to a 2-0 win over Melbourne Heart yesterday and joint top spot on the A-League ladder.
Sebastian Hassett Good teams win even when they play poorly, or so the adage goes. If this is true, Sydney FC have little to worry about.
Dominic Bossi THE arrival of marquees Alessandro Del Piero, Emile Heskey and Shinji Ono has raised the standard of football in the A-League but players and coaches fear the quality of refereeing is lagging.
Sebastian Hassett SYDNEY FC always wanted it this way. From the moment the club was put together, way back in 2004, they always held aspirations of the grandest stage.
PERTH GLORY have their sights set on bringing star English striker Michael Owen to the A-League club.
Sebastian Hassett As we turn for the second half of the A-League season, the contenders are being separated from the pretenders.
Sebastian Hassett PERTH GLORY have landed their first blow against Sydney FC before Saturday's match at nib Stadium by re-singing defender Michael Thwaite.
Justin Chadwick Perth Glory winger Andrezinho is facing a race against time to prove his fitness for Sunday's A-League grand final against Brisbane Roar at Suncorp Stadium.
Sebastian Hassett Besart Berisha might have landed the equaliser that led to Brisbane Roar's comeback in last night's A-League grand final, but the player himself allegedly told Perth Glory captain Jacob Burns that...
Laine Clark In an embarrassing gaffe Perth Glory captain Jacob Burns was awarded the Joe Marston Medal for the A-League grand final's best player after it was mistakenly awarded to Brisbane Roar playmaker Thomas...
MELBOURNE Victory showed incoming coach Jim Magilton he would have plenty to work with, climbing temporarily into the A-League top six with a 2-1 win over 10-man Newcastle Jets.
PERTH Glory fought for most of the match a man down but held on for a 1-1 draw in the A-League clash with the Jets at Newcastle yesterday.
CLAIMING a piece of Australian sporting history wasn't enough for Brisbane Roar last night as the side celebrated by tearing apart Perth Glory 4-0.
Perth striker Billy Mehmet ensured his A-League debut was memorable, tucking away a late header to hand the Glory a 1-0 victory over a flat Adelaide United at nib Stadium yesterday.