Soccer

Thu 14 Mar 2019

Kurz losing patience on contract talk delay

premium_icon Kurz losing patience on contract talk delay

Adelaide coach Marco Kurz says he has been waiting for weeks to meet with the club to discuss his future but rejected claims he has held talks with the Roar.

Wed 13 Mar 2019

City slam SEVEN past shocking Schalke

City slam SEVEN past shocking Schalke

City tied the record for the biggest win in the last 16 of the Champions League by thrashing Schalke 7-0.

Victory plot grand rebound against Roar

premium_icon Victory plot grand rebound against Roar

Melbourne Victory's Asian Champions League hopes copped a hammering in Hiroshima but they have vowed to bounce back in their A-League clash against the Roar.

Victory’s ACL prospects take beating

Victory’s ACL prospects take beating

Sanfrecce Hiroshima have denied Melbourne and Keisuke Honda in his Japanese homecoming to dent the A-League champions’ Asian Champions League ambitions.

A-League star recalls mid-match shooting

A-League star recalls mid-match shooting

Wellington Phoenix skipper Andrew Durante has opened up on the time he was shot in the chest while playing a match in Sydney 20 years ago.

Tue 12 Mar 2019

‘Worst I’ve seen’: fan jailed over attack

‘Worst I’ve seen’: fan jailed over attack

A footballer was attacked on the pitch on Sunday night “as a joke”, but the man who carried it out won’t be laughing anymore

Victory turn to youngster to tackle Hiroshima

premium_icon Victory turn to youngster to tackle Hiroshima

Melbourne Victory teen Anthony Lesiotis is primed for the biggest game of his short career, with the midfielder in line to start away to Sanfrecce Hiroshima.

Sacked Matildas coach primed for Mariners gig

premium_icon Sacked Matildas coach primed for Mariners gig

The Mariners have pulled a rabbit from the hat and will install sacked Matildas coach Alen Stajcic as interim coach until the end of the season

Sat 9 Mar 2019

US national women's soccer team sues for equal pay

US national women's soccer team sues for equal pay

The US women's national soccer team has sued the US Soccer Federation in federal court for alleged gender discrimination, three months before the World Cup

Fri 8 Mar 2019

Playboy soccer star brought down by drugs

Playboy soccer star brought down by drugs

Sex, drugs and football. Frank McAvennie had them all in excess until the drugs eventually brought the superstar footballer down

Wed 6 Mar 2019

Matildas ready for tough South American test

Matildas ready for tough South American test

You only have to look at the Matildas’ run at the World Cup later this year to realise why Wednesday’s Cup of Nations closer with Argentina is significant.

Tue 5 Mar 2019

Manchester United stars separated after dramatic bust-up

Manchester United stars separated after dramatic bust-up

Romelu Lukaku has had a dramatic bust-up with his Red Devils teammate Paul Pogba after United’s last-gasp league win over Southampton

Mon 4 Mar 2019

Team owner shot dead after football match

Team owner shot dead after football match

THE owner of a football club in South Africa was tragically shot dead outside a stadium soon after his team played a match.

Sexy texts bring down football icon

Sexy texts bring down football icon

A FOOTBALL icon’s wife has left him after discovering saucy messages to other women amid rumours he was flirting with a TV presenter.

Star caught fathering kid with mistress

Star caught fathering kid with mistress

A married England football star is the talk of the town after it was revealed he’s been secretly fathering a child with his mistress.

Punter’s miracle bet: $20 into $210k

Punter’s miracle bet: $20 into $210k

A brave punter has won the bet of a lifetime, somehow turning a cheeky $20 slap into a windfall that will change things forever.

Sun 3 Mar 2019

Gunners blow it in wild derby, Utd win thriller

Gunners blow it in wild derby, Utd win thriller

Spurs and Arsenal played out a wild North London derby, as Manchester City sealed a narrow victory to pile pressure on in the title race.

Sat 2 Mar 2019

Matildas facing sternest test at Cup of Nations

Matildas facing sternest test at Cup of Nations

The Matildas are unbeaten in five meetings with South Korea but expect the world No.14 to be their toughest challenge of the Cup of Nations

Wed 27 Feb 2019

‘He made a big mistake but we don’t want to kill him’

‘He made a big mistake but we don’t want to kill him’

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri said goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga had made a big mistake refusing to be substituted and was considering dropping him.

Tue 26 Feb 2019

Exile over: Fornaroli parts ways with Melbourne City to end saga

Exile over: Fornaroli parts ways with Melbourne City to end...

The sorry saga of Bruno Fornaroli’s time at Melbourne City is over after the wantaway player agreed terms to leave the A-League club immediately.

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