Leicester City should honour sacked title-winning manager Claudio Ranieri by naming their stadium after him, says Manchester United's Jose Mourinho.
When you fall off a horse the best way to regain confidence is to get straight back on.
Enough is enough. Players milk penalties. And yet as the honour system in the A-League disintegrates week-by-week, who gets the blame? Not, mostly, the players. Rather those who are supposed to see it, in a split second. Am I missing something here?
The decision to ban several key members of the RBB has come with the blessing from coach Tony Popovic.
The greatest football story now has the most remarkable twist. Nine months after engineering the most incredible league triumph in living memory, the FIFA World Coach of the Year has been summarily dismissed.
It's the height of naivety to think the Wanderers and the FFA have now solved the problem. What the FFA should've done is apply the blowtorch to this "supporters group" that's got much more in common with a disorganised crime gang on a rampage, in terms of violence, intimidation and disrespect for societal norms.
Second against last. A clean bill of health compared to a weak and wounded squad that's endured a midweek Asian Champions League mauling.
Steven Lowy, the under-pressure chairman of the FFA, would do well to heed the advice of the soothsayer in Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar, who warned the emperor to beware the Ides of March.
By Matt McGeehan
Premier League champions Leicester City have sacked Italian manager Claudio Ranieri, the club said in a statement on Friday morning.
Big games demand big performances from big players.
Australia will play soccer powerhouse Brazil at the MCG in June in the lead-up to the Confederations Cup.
Socceroos boss Ange Postecoglou will stick to the tried and tested rather than throw in any wildcards as he looks to guide his team through a series of difficult tests over the next five months.
Football Federation Australia fined Western Sydney Wanderers $20,000 for an offensive banner raised by their fans, but will not penalise the club by docking competition points.
Striker Besart Berisha has stunned Melbourne Victory on the run-in to A-League finals by answering an international call from the country of his birth, Kosovo.
Victorian taxpayers will see little change out of $10 million for the privilege of watching the SuperClasico between Argentina and Brazil at the MCG on June 9 and the match between the Socceroos and the Brazilians at the same ground on June 13.
Juventus edged closer to the Champions League quarter-finals after second half goals from substitutes Marko Pjaca and Dani Alves earned them a 2-0 away win at 10-man Porto in their last 16 first-leg tie on Wednesday.
Western Sydney Wanderers Football Club have today suspended the membership of 14 individuals from the Red & Black Bloc (RBB) active supporter group following their role in the display of an unauthorised banner at the match on Saturday night at ANZ Stadium.
Sutton's roly-poly goalkeeper Wayne Shaw might have thought the meat pie he ate while on the bench during the FA Cup was 'bloody unreal' at the time, probably not so much now.
Sydney FC's unbeaten A-League run is over and Tim Cahill senses vulnerability.
Canberra United coach Rae Dower believes the tide is finally turning for Australia's professional female athletes.
The lewd fan banner depicting Graham Arnold in a sex act has made the Sydney FC coach's daughters reluctant to attend any more A-League Sydney derbies.
It was a classic cup tie in every respect as Pep Guardiola's outfit side on a show of pure attacking class.
The emergence of Brisbane Roar's generation next has further underlined the pressing need for A-League expansion, coach John Aloisi says.
Three weeks ago, manager said there was no chance his skipper would leave before the season is out. Now he's not so sure.
Three days after their derby win, Wanderers were sent crashing down to earth after being thumped in the Asian Champions League.
Ellie Brush is juggling two football codes at the moment, but the chance to become professional would see her commit to one.
The sexually explicit banner displayed at the Sydney derby must be the final, final, final straw.
It might be thought that an Australian goalkeeper who is still in his late 20s with two German League titles and a German Cup to his name might have played more than six times for his country.
Neymar, Barcelona and Santos will stand trial on fraud and corruption charges over the transfer of the Brazilian forward after their appeals were turned down by Spain's High Court on Monday.