Soccer

Wed 20 Jun 2018

Buccaneers role is Merrison's to keep

Buccaneers role is Merrison's to keep

Chris Merrison has assumed the primary goalkeeping role at Wide Bay Buccaneers after Jason McEwan's return to Bingera.

Optus drops World Cup bombshell

Optus drops World Cup bombshell

OPTUS has made a dramatic decision to hedge its bets in a landmark deal with SBS to broadcast the World Cup.

Socceroos face selection dilemma

premium_icon Socceroos face selection dilemma

BERT van Marwijk pulled a surprise selection for Australia's World Cup opener but with points needed against Denmark, the Socceroos need to attack.

McEwan leaves Wide Bay to rejoin ladder leaders

premium_icon McEwan leaves Wide Bay to rejoin ladder leaders

THE Wide Bay Buccaneers have lost another player from their first season in the Football Queensland Premier League.

Ronaldo and Messi’s weird superstitions

Ronaldo and Messi’s weird superstitions

IF you thought Cristiano Ronaldo’s incredible abilities were just down to hard work and exceptional talent, then think again. It’s also down to a very specific...

Mooy lays down Socceroos law

Mooy lays down Socceroos law

AUSTRALIAN midfield maestro Aaron Mooy isn’t going to rest on his laurels and knows what’s at stake against Denmark.

Egypt brain fade leads to rampant Russian win

Egypt brain fade leads to rampant Russian win

RUSSIA scored three goals in a 15-minute span early in the second half to set up a 3-1 win over Egypt, moving the host nation to the brink of the World Cup’s...

Japan stuns Colombia after early red card

Japan stuns Colombia after early red card

JAPAN has exacted revenge on Colombia in an action-packed World Cup clash that saw a penalty and red card in the opening three minutes.

RUSH HOUR: Reporter groped during live cross

RUSH HOUR: Reporter groped during live cross

A STRANGER was caught brazenly grabbing a TV journalist’s chest and kissing her during a live broadcast from the World Cup.

Tue 19 Jun 2018

FIFA investigating ‘homophobic chanting’ by Mexico fans

FIFA investigating ‘homophobic chanting’ by Mexico fans

After being fined nine times for supporters’ homophobic chants during World Cup qualifying, Mexico is under investigation by FIFA for fan slurs

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