Michael Cockerill "This," Rale Rasic is saying with a typically theatrical flourish, "is what you play for. The shirt." Never mind it was a Brazilian shirt, circa 1950s.
Sebastian Hassett One of the most protracted ownership handovers in Australian sport has finally been concluded with the Western Sydney Wanderers officially going into private ownership on June 30.
Craig Foster A few events during the week stand out as signs of progress.
Michael Lynch Does Frank Lowy treat Australian soccer as his own personal fiefdom?
Sebastian Hassett, Sydney Key figures from across soccer landscape greet arrival of David Gallop with degrees of optimism and caution.
Michael Lynch Richard Garcia has spent half his 30 years living and playing at high-level clubs in England, yet the midfielder remains perhaps one of the least-known players to have pulled on the Socceroo shirt in...
Michael Cockerill Sydney United are angry, and finally they are going to do something about it. The hooligan minority that has dragged this once proud club almost to its knees over the past decade has seemingly...
Roy Masters Football Federation Australia set to announce four-year, $160 million broadcasting deal.
Daniel Lane Socceroos captain says the ''king's ransom'' could be better spent.
Sebastian Hassett After all the hype that greeted the arrival of three elite marquee players, the most successful debut season of any expansion club and a nationwide buzz that enveloped the game, it was no surprise on...
Michael Cockerill Frank Lowy refuses to be goaded into a tabloid-sized battle with Clive Palmer.
Michael Lynch It's fast turning into the week from hell for Football Federation Australia.
Michael Lynch Football Federation Australia boss says players' union wrong to condemn organisation.
Michael Lynch Support for Clive Palmer's complaints show how much ground those who run the sport have lost with some sections of the public.
Daniel Pace, Gold Coast Gold Coast's gutsy team of youngsters draw 1-1 with the desperate Melbourne Victory.
Michael Cockerill Clive Palmer's war of words with Football Federation Australia is becoming comical.
The saga at Gold Coast United took another bizarre turn on Monday when the defiant club claimed they were highlighting the plight of refugees with a slogan that may cost owner Clive Palmer his...
Club claims it was highlighting the plight of refugees with a slogan.
Mining magnate Clive Palmer has created his own soccer organising body which he wants to replace Football Federation Australia following the axing of his A-League club Gold Coast United.
Ben Buckley Most will judge the madcap events of the past week for what they are; a noisy distraction from the main game.