Bolton player Fabrice Muamba was still in a ''critical condition'' in intensive care late last night after suffering a cardiac arrest, a joint statement issued by the club and the London Chest...
WITHIN seconds of Fabrice Muamba hitting the White Hart Lane turf, it was clear something was wrong.
In case you've been wondering in the lead-up to the federal election, of all the national sporting team captains Wallaby James Horwill displays similar traits to opposition leader Tony Abbott while...
Michael Lynch There must be something in the water in Bundaberg. The Central Queensland town is world famous for its rum, but it is not doing a bad job in producing high-quality footballers either.
Sebastian Hassett The Central Coast Mariners might be celebrating the greatest on-field week in the club's history. Off it, however, is a different story, with chief executive John McKay having been formally ousted...
Sebastian Hassett Three of Australian football's best young talents could be trading in Gosford for the bright lights of the UEFA Champions League and Europa League next season.
After years watching his beloved Dunfermline play in the Scottish leagues, Jim Morrison brings his unique understanding of Route One football to Sydney as the Socceroos look to book a ticket to the...
Bolton Wanderers midfielder Fabrice Muamba has retired from football following his near-death experience in a match last season, the English team said.
The 2012-13 A-League season is upon us, so we run through each team’s prospects.
Michael Lynch TEN-MAN Melbourne Heart failed to take their chance to go top of the league by defeating a Wellington Phoenix side missing seven first-team players in a tight game in front of almost 11,000 fans at...
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 FRANK FARINA'S first match in charge of Sydney FC won't be remembered as a glamorous spectacle but it at least delivered something. A draw, if an uninspiring one, at least stems the bleeding.
Michael Lynch MELBOURNE Heart got off to a dream New Year's Day start with Golgol Mebrahtu's sixth-minute strike putting them on the way to a 2-1 triumph over the Newcastle Jets, who had come into this game with...
Tom Williams Substitute Robin van Persie netted a dramatic injury-time equaliser as Manchester United clung to life in the FA Cup third round by rescuing a 2-2 draw at West Ham United on Saturday.
Tom Williams Sunderland went out of the FA Cup to second-tier Bolton Wanderers after losing their third-round replay 2-0 on Tuesday, while Fulham celebrated the narrowest of narrow escapes against Blackpool.
LYALL Gorman cannot quite believe his eyes. In front of him stands a raucous crowd, singing and chanting for their team, the Western Sydney Wanderers.
Justin Ballis Australia host Oman in a crucial World Cup qualifier at Sydney's ANZ Stadium. The Socceroos are second in Group B and have played a game less than their rivals, but must make home games count.
Michael Lynch THE conventional wisdom about grand final winners finding it difficult to back up is that once successful, they become the hunted not the hunter.
Premier League wrap
Rob Woollard Newcastle's bid for Champions League qualification suffered a reality check on Saturday as Wigan eased their relegation fears with a thumping 4-0 win over the Magpies.
Soccer Luis Suarez scored a brilliant hat-trick as Liverpool warmed up for next week's FA Cup final with a comfortable 3-0 victory at Norwich yesterday.