Danny Tiatto

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A-League players can take soft options or make hard choices

Michael Lynch Does life in the A-League make it too easy for too many players to accept their lot?

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Socceroos numbers down in EPL

Mark Schwartzer.

Michael Lynch From an Australian perspective, the Premier League kick-off is hardly worth celebrating

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Ange a roaring success

Roar emotion: Ange Postecoglou embraces Brisbane's Matt Smith after last year's A-League grand final.

Michael Lynch Under Ange Postecoglou, Brisbane became most successful club in A-League's short history.

Michael Lynch

Let the Victory revolution begin

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Michael Lynch They say that lightning never strikes twice. It did for Ange Postecoglou with Brisbane Roar.

Adelaide out to tighten grip on top spot

Sam Lienert Adelaide United can take a giant step towards the A-League minor premiership when they meet Queensland Roar at Hindmarsh Stadium on Wednesday night.

Tiatto, McCloughan missing for Roar

Jim Morton Queensland Roar's minor premiership hopes have taken a jolt with Danny Tiatto and Josh McCloughan ruled out of the pivotal A-League clash with Adelaide United.

Mariners 'can halt Roar home hoodoo'

Ian McCullough Central Coast coach Lawrie McKinna feels the Mariners can put their previous home struggles against Queensland behind them in Gosford on Saturday.

Farina accuses refs of double standards

Sam Lienert Queensland Roar coach Frank Farina has accused referees of double standards, believing Melbourne were lucky not to have been reduced to 10 men at Telstra Dome.

Vargas header sends Victory to the top

Sam Lienert A look-away headed goal from defender Rody Vargas highlighted a 2-1 win over Queensland Roar which took Melbourne Victory to the top of the A-League ladder.

Grossman named to make Roar debut

Rob Forsaith Chris Grossman will play his first game for the Queensland Roar this season on Sunday, ironically four days after he walked away from the A-League club.

Qld Roar move to third place in A-League

Queensland Roar climbed to third spot in Australia's A-League with an injury-time winner over defending champions Newcastle Jets.

Roar finally beat Newcastle in Brisbane

Laine Clark Luck finally ran out for the Newcastle Jets at Suncorp Stadium as the Queensland Roar grabbed a 2-1 A-League victory on Sunday night.

Mariners score late to level with Roar

Liam Fitzgibbon Central Coast have pulled off yet another A-League late escape to rescue a point in a 1-1 draw with Queensland at Bluetongue Stadium.

Roar warned they may be caught short

Jim Morton Central Coast have warned Queensland could be caught with their pants down if Roar coach Frank Farina reshuffles his successful defensive structure.

Farina dismisses talk of Miller surgery

Jim Morton Qld coach Frank Farina will gamble on prize recruit Charlie Miller playing out the A-League season with a worsening hernia problem.

Nichols doing it at both ends for Roar

Jim Morton Young Socceroo Mitch Nichols is making a name for himself scoring crucial goals but he's just relieved to have saved himself the embarrassment of conceding one.

Sydney escape with a win against Roar

Liam Fitzgibbon Being booed by their own fans inspired Sydney FC to a second half fightback in Friday night's 1-1 A-League draw with Queensland at the Sydney Football Stadium.

Sydney hoodoo in Roar's sights

Laine Clark It will be a hard act to follow but the Queensland Roar hope to back up from a Craig Moore-inspired home win and end another hoodoo in Sydney on Friday night.

Roar clash biggest of the season: Corica

Liam FitzGibbon Sydney FC are at a crossroads of their season heading into Friday night's A-League clash with Queensland, according to captain Steve Corica.

Glory coach to prey on fragile Roar

Justin Chadwick Perth Glory coach Dave Mitchell says he will target Queensland's fragility at home when the two A-League teams clash at Suncorp Stadium on Sunday.