A-League 1,000: The Dekkers Edition

Hamish Neal is back with his preview of week 8 of the A-League season, featuring the time honoured Smeltz Derby.

Almanac Soccer: A-League 1,000: The Tactics Edition

Hamish Neal previews this week’s A-League action.

A-League 1,000: The Cup Iseth Over Edition

An interesting round of the A-League approacheth. Hamish Neal prognosticates over the likely impact of so many players missing on Socceroos and All Whites duties and wonders whether Guillermo Amor will have sand between his toes on Christmas day.

A-League 1,000: The Star Wars VII Edition

Hamish Neal previews Round 4 of the A-League. Now we know what a tifo is, will any go missing this weekend too?

Walking (with a police escort) in a Glory Wanderland

Dennis Gedling journeys to Parramatta with fellow Perth Glory supporters to take in the spectacle and the fanaticism of Western Sydney Wanderers.

AFL Round 2 – Western Bulldogs v Fremantle: Umpire! (starring Razor Ray)

Umpires certainly added colour to the sporting weekend of John and Nicholas Burmej. Dubious decisions sent Perth Glory out of the A-League finals, while Razor Ray put his stamp on the Dockers-Bulldogs clash.

A-League Results run against the tips…

A-League Results run against the tips… The A-League kicked off this weekend with its biggest combined attendance for week One. Over 93,000. Clearly I wasn’t the only person hanging out for the football season to burst into life.

A feline struggle in a sea of purple and orange

“Forget the footy!” “ It’s about Glory this weekend!” “ How long have we waited for this!” I think I heard these comments over a dozen times each on the weekend when in Brisbane to watch the A-League Grand Final. The two sporting teams that I pigeonhole under ‘By pain of death’ as far as [Read more]

In A-League of its Own: 2012 Grand Final

Tom’s weekly outlook on the A-League Brisbane Roar has created history by becoming the first team to win back-to-back titles in the A-League following their controversial 2-1 Grand Final victory over the Perth Glory. In front of a great crowd of just over 50,000 both teams began the game nervously, with mistakes coming from both [Read more]

In A-League of its Own: Preliminary Final Edition

Tom’s weekly outlook on the A-League Perth Glory is into their first ever A-League Grand Final after overcoming Central Coast Mariners in the Preliminary Final at the weekend. Played in front of a disappointing crowd of just over 7000, the Mariners went into the game strong favourites after Perth had travelled across the country after [Read more]