Hamish Neal previews the exciting round 15 matches this weekend including the top four battle between Melbourne Victory and Brisbane Roar.
Hamish Neal analyses the move to have 48 countries play in the finals of the World Cup.
Dennis Gedling has some thoughts on the expansion of the finals of the World Cup to include 48 teams.
Blueboy, the lad from Tavistock, tells the tale of a mighty FA Cup performance from the club of his boyhood, Plymouth Argyle – The Pilgrims. [Outstanding – JTH]
Hamish Neal with his musings on the upcoming Round 14 of the A-League.
With football heading down to Geelong while the FFA eyes expansion there’s a reasonable prospect of the top four stealing a big break on the rest of the competition
As FFA looks to expand the A-League from 10 to 12 teams, DrCruel73 favours South Melbourne as the best of many options.
A big week for the A-League coming up with matches (almost) every day for the near future. Hamish Neal walks us through
Hamish Neal previews Round 11 of the A-League as a goal-fest in the west looks on the cards.
Denis Gedling presents a thoughtful collection of Soccer books for your summer reading.
Dennis Gedling has followed the FFA for the duration, beginning with his beloved Backpackers FC and following the team that knocked his team out. And so it came down to Melbourne City v Sydney FC. Here is Dennis’s report, with some very interesting observation and comment.
When will Harry Redknapp meet the Mariners? Or will Mariners fans need to buy a plane ticket to catch him at Wimborne’s home ground The Cuthbury?
A big weekend for the A-League as both Victorian teams head to ANZ Stadium. Let the Tifos commence!
Hamish Neal previews Round 9 of the A-League in a tough week for the round ball code
Will Tassie have an A-League team? Tony Samboras assesses the situation.
Hamish Neal with his Round 8 A-League preview. A massive week coming up for the Melbourne Sheep Cow Whale Ships, 3 games in 7 days…
If you are interested in soccer you might want to give “U.K Football” a try as the matches are played at a much faster pace, in stadiums with world-class stars says John Hawthorne.
A not quite full round of A-League games awaits after the earthquake in New Zealand but plenty of the round ball on the menu this weekend according to Hamish Neal
Dennis Gedling has kept the chain of support going in the FFA Cup. When his team is knocked out he follows that victor, until it is knocked out, and so on. It’s made for a terrific series. Here’s the Canberra Olympic semi-final story. [Interesting to see where DG goes from here! – JTH]
Hamish Neal previews round 6 of the Hyundai A-League.