What does Asian Champions League mean to Aussie clubs?
Privately, and publicly, Western Sydney Wanderers believe the AFC Champions League is a big deal. That's encouraging.
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Bring on Melbourne City
When Melbourne City resurfaced as a potential name for Melbourne's new Hyundai A-League team, I had my fingers crossed.
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Coaches mentality to young brigade needs to change
Does the fact that four rookies snatched some praise (and some headlines) on the same weekend suggest A-League clubs have reached ...
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Heart have erred in letting Foxe trot
Honesty. Loyalty. Perspective. Understanding. Intelligence. Intuition. All qualities Hayden Foxe has in abundance.
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Physical side represents competitive instincts
So Josep Gombau thought his Adelaide United side were kicked off the park by Newcastle Jets in their final game of 2013. I didn't ...
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Time to treat coaches seriously
CoachKill has become football's favourite game, except it's not a game for the victims. Am I the only person in the football ...
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Club World Cup worth a shot
We've had two years to get used to the idea that we won't be hosting the 2022 World Cup. They say time heals all wounds but Frank ...
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Winning Asian Cup must become our focus
The silver lining to the black cloud which rained on the Socceroos parade in Costa do Sauipe is that the chances of winning the ...
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'Agi' started our road to Brazil
As we get ready for the World Cup draw, and as thousands of Australians start to plan the trip of a lifetime to Rio, there's one ...
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Australia and NZ can reap mutual benefits
Believe it or not, it helps football in Australia if the game is doing well in New Zealand.
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