Dominic Bossi Vladimir Petrovic is the only coach to have beaten Australia in a World Cup qualifier at ANZ Stadium, and the Iraq boss boasted on Monday that he doesn't know how to lose to the Socceroos.
Chris Dutton Michelle Heyman is using the pain of losing her cousing as the inspiration to chase her World Cup dream.
Simon Haydon RIO DE JANEIRO: The first test of Brazil's ability to host the World Cup and Olympic Games in the next three years is now under way, as the eight-nation Confederations Cup tournament kicks off.
Sebastian Hassett Someone clearly forgot to give Robbie Kruse the script. As the poster boy-in-waiting for Australia's next World Cup campaign, he should be wholly inoffensive and politically correct.
Kathryn Wicks Moya Dodd stands to be the first Australian elected to the FIFA executive committee this week.
Football megastar David Beckham announced on Thursday that he is to retire after a glittering 20-year playing career in which he became one of the most widely recognised figures in world sport.
Ilya Gridneff Popular sports media consultant and former Fairfax Media sports editor Rod Allen has been found dead at the bottom of a cliff on Cockatoo Island after celebrating at a former colleague's 50th...
Richard Hinds David Gallop's move to the A-League coincided with its best and brightest season.
Sebastian Hassett FOURTEEN years after they last graced Australian shores, Manchester United are set to make their next visit to Sydney, with a friendly match scheduled for July 20 at ANZ Stadium.
Fleta Page Canberra United's players have the chance to earn more money from two matches in Japan than they did in becoming undefeated champions in last year's W-League.
David Polkinghorne The only familiar things waiting for Canberra United recruit Ariane Hingst in Newcastle are some friends and the beaches.
Sebastian Hassett THE A-League's newest boom recruit, Western Sydney Wanderers' marquee Shinji Ono, arrived in Sydney yesterday and promised to give ''everything'' to make the club a success.
David Polkinghorne Canberra United's star striker Michelle Heyman wants a few days on her own before she decides her W-League future.
The Matildas will have stars Kyah Simon and Emily van Egmond back in their line-up when they take on the US in California next month.
Tim Barrow Matildas coach Tom Sermanni praised his players' fighting spirit after Australia earned a last-gasp 1-1 draw with Olympic-bound New Zealand in Wollongong yesterday.
Fleta Page Tom Rogic will miss his chance to compete at the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil by less than three weeks.
Angela Habashy The Matildas will be looking to avenge their loss to Japan in last year's Olympic qualifying campaign when they face the world champion for the first time since the heartbreaking defeat.
Beyond Sally Shipard's bubbly surface, eccentric personality and flamboyant hairstyle is a girl fighting demons deep inside.
It's easy to judge a coach by how a team performs but former United States national women's coach April Heinrichs believes it goes much deeper than that.
Sally Shipard wants to use the pain of missing out on a ticket to the London Olympics to help her drive Canberra United to its first W-League title.