The A-League is 10 years old. Philip Mendes and his 16 year-old son Lucas, mark the League’s Aluminium Anniversary by naming their all-star line-up.
Hamish Neal from Sydney’s Sky Sports Radio provides a unique and entertaining preview of this weekend’s A-League action.
Everything from The Big Blue to Toto to Tolkein and appalling football strips. More lively reporting of the A League from D. Gedling.
Dennis Gedling with his weekly wrap up of all things Round Nine in the A-League.
Beginning today, we welcome The Goodfellas to the Footy Almanac for their look at the weekend’s action in the world game.
Dennis Gedling’s weekly wrap of round eight in the A-League sees bouquets for Wellington Phoenix, brickbats for Melbourne City and introduces ‘chocolate soldier defenders’ to the lexicon.
As the 17th anniversary of Australia v Iran ticks by, Vaughan Menlove shares his memories of that World Cup qualifier at the MCG. He remains haunted. [And with a debt to pay…? – Ed]
Dennis Gedling reports in with the wash-up of Round 7 in the A-League.
Tom Riordan sees a square peg in Gosford’s Central Coast Mariners, and a round hole in FFA’s stated policy on viable cities. Central Coast has done well, but what will the future hold?
Dennis Gedling’s weekly A League wrap reviews a very competitive round, and unveils our Asian Cup mascot (hats off to Roy and HG).
Vaughan Menlove celebrates November 15th as the day world football came of age in Australia, with the dramatic penalty shoot out win over Uruguay in the World Cup qualifier at Homebush. Where were you when Aloisi scored?
Dennis reports on a busy Round 5 of A League action.
The tragic death of a young soccer supporter has caused much discussion about fan culture in Indonesia.
Dennis Gedling with his highlights and lowlights of Round 3 in the A-League. The West Sydney Warriors are leading the way in Asia, while surly Spaniards are making headlines at home.
Vaughan Menlove celebrates the life and contribution of Johnny Warren to the development of the World Game in Australia, on the 10th anniversary of Johnny’s passing.
Dennis Gedling offers his usual comprehensive review of the second round of A League football, with record crowds greeting the burgeoning round ball game.
Dennis Gedling offers a colourful and comprehensive review of the first week of the A League. The World Game is on the march to capturing the summer sport market.
Miles Wilks takes issue with soccer appropriating the marketing slogan of “the World Game”.
Vaughun Menlove’s mum never cared for football. And then along came the A League, Melbourne Victory and Danny Allsop.