Soccer

Wed 23 Jan 2019

Ronaldo slammed for selfie after star’s disappearance

Ronaldo slammed for selfie after star’s disappearance

Cristiano Ronaldo has been slammed for posting a photograph from a private jet shortly after Cardiff’s new signing Emiliano Sala went missing.

Missing Premier League star's chilling audio

Missing Premier League star's chilling audio

An Argentinian media outlet has released what is believed to be the final audio message sent by Cardiff signing Emiliano Sala before his plane disappeared.

Brave Reds plot Glory demise

premium_icon Brave Reds plot Glory demise

ADELAIDE United have vowed to attack at pace as they aims to avoid a repeat of thier early-season lesson at the hands of A-League leaders Perth Glory.

City stun Wanderers with de Laet show

premium_icon City stun Wanderers with de Laet show

Melbourne City piled more pain on Western Sydney, with a brace to Ritchie de Laet and a stoppage-time header from Bart Schenkeveld to claim a dramatic win.

Usain Bolt gives up on football dream

Usain Bolt gives up on football dream

Usain Bolt has given up on his dream of becoming a professional football player, adding “it was fun while it lasted”.

Tue 22 Jan 2019

EPL clubs' injury tolls revealed

EPL clubs' injury tolls revealed

Tottenham, Arsenal and Liverpool were among the teams hit heavily by injuries over the weekend — but which club has the most players in the treatment room?

‘Horrendous’ decision ruins Socceroos

‘Horrendous’ decision ruins Socceroos

A controversial refereeing call that was labelled an “absolute joke” has left Australia without its best player for the Asian Cup quarter-finals.

UAE don’t have the blueprint to beat us: Arnold

premium_icon UAE don’t have the blueprint to beat us: Arnold

Graham Arnold has rejected suggestions Australia’s next Asian Cup opponent, United Arab Emirates, have been handed the method to tame the Soccerroos.

Ryan heroics send Socceroos through

premium_icon Ryan heroics send Socceroos through

Goalkeeper Mat Ryan’s two spectacular penalty saves against Uzbekistan have sent Australia through to the Asian Cup quarter-finals.

Mon 21 Jan 2019

’Absolute shambles’: Fans livid at Matildas farce

’Absolute shambles’: Fans livid at Matildas farce

FFA chief executive David Gallop has addressed the recent Matildas drama in a controversial press conference on Monday afternoon.

Socceroos get close to next opponent

premium_icon Socceroos get close to next opponent

The Socceroos had to negotiate more tricky terrain after a logistical quirk left them staying in the same hotel as their round-of-16 opponent.

Arnold urges Roos to get ruthless with Uzbeks

premium_icon Arnold urges Roos to get ruthless with Uzbeks

Coach Graham Arnold has challenged the Socceroos to be more ruthless in front of goal as they look to blast their way into the AFC Asian Cup quarter-finals.

Spurs snatch late winner, City closes gap

Spurs snatch late winner, City closes gap

Harry Winks handed Tottenham a last gasp 2-1 victory at Fulham, but at a cost with Dele Alli joining a lengthy injury list.

Furious Matildas want sacked coach back

premium_icon Furious Matildas want sacked coach back

A delegation of Matildas are to demand the reinstatement of sacked coach Alen Stajcic as they fear the fallout will destroy their World Cup prospects.

Sun 20 Jan 2019

Roar still a whimper as Brisbane’s woes continue

premium_icon Roar still a whimper as Brisbane’s woes continue

Brisbane Roar’s depressing form continued on Sunday night when they drew 1-1 with Central Coast Mariners to extend their dismal run to 10 matches without a win.

‘Shocked and upset’: Kerr breaks silence on Stajcic sacking

‘Shocked and upset’: Kerr breaks silence on Stajcic sacking

Matildas superstar Sam Kerr has reacted to the news that Alen Stajcic has been sacked as the coach of the national team.

City and Glory share the spoils

premium_icon City and Glory share the spoils

Melbourne City are clinging on to fourth spot after completing an uneventful draw with A-League leaders Perth Glory on Saturday night.

Sainsbury on standby for baby birth

premium_icon Sainsbury on standby for baby birth

The deeper the Socceroos advance into the Asian Cup, the more likely Trent Sainsbury is to have someone manning his phone on the bench.

Sat 19 Jan 2019

Slater: public deserves real answer on Stajcic axing

premium_icon Slater: public deserves real answer on Stajcic axing

Matildas coach Alen Stajcic’s sacking is perplexing and the public deserve a real answer as to why such a successful coach has been axed, Robbie Slater says

Confidential surveys led to sacking of Matildas coach

Confidential surveys led to sacking of Matildas coach

FFA chief David Gallop says confidential surveys and interviews spelled the end for Matildas coach Alen Stajcic

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