With new signings jetting into the countries by the day, Hamish Neal previews Round 18 of the A-League
Neil Drysdale recalls a unique afternoon in 1946 when Scotland defeated England in Rugby and Football
Keep up with the weekend sports results and news.
All the ins and outs of the off-season has given Hamish Neal a few words to write about in his preview of the 2015/16 A-League season – 1000ish, to be imprecise.
Hamish Neal giving us the heads up on the real issue behind soccer’s ban of headers.
Keep up to date with this weekend’s Alamanc Sporting Weekend Wrap
This week’s round of A-League previewed by Hamish Neal
According to Hamish Neal, Luis Garcia’s arrival at Central Coast is a bold move
What is the purpose of the marquee player and is it still relevant to the A-League 10 years down the track? On a scale from Berisha to no-one at all Vaughan Menlove rates your club’s marquee
Neil Drysdale talks to Scottish International soccer star Kim Little, currently plying her trade in the W-League with Melbourne City as well as Seattle Reign in the USA.
Hamish Neal having a minor groundhog day moment as Round 15 of the A-League starts down south and rises like a Phoenix at the end
Hamish Neal wonders what the A-League future holds for the Wellington Phoenix. Offered relatively insecure licence conditions, negotiators are on the case and making some financially odd suggestions.
Hamish Neal previews Round 14 of the A-League with a number of clubs missing key players through Olyroos duties. Why are Sydney FC playing at the Olympic Stadium this weekend?
John Hawthorne reviews 2015, a great year for soccer in the Asian region, of course highlighted by the Socceroos victory in the Asian Cup held on home soil.
Hamish Neal offers his usual comprehensive preview of this weekend’s A-League football. (His report got lost somewhere in the Ethernet for a couple of days – lucky the bet of the week lost last night! – Ed)
Hamish Neal previews the Christmas round of the A-League with his trademark 1000 words.
Another outstanding read from Patrick Skene as part of his ‘Forgotten Stories’ series for The Guardian Australia. The story of former South Melbourne Hellas super-striker Ulysses Kokkinos is the quintessence of the highs and lows of fame.
Yoshi counters the possibility of sport on Christmas Day.
Hamish Neal reflects on the folly of man-marking Mooy along with other key points of interest in the A-League this weekend
Hamish Neal has a well-considered solution to corruption in the organisation and administration of world soccer. He explains how corruption should be penalised and proper process rewarded. [Excellent discussion starter – Ed]