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Sports - Football

Panel to lead hunt for FFA technical boss

ALEN STAJCIC Australia Head Coach during the Algarve Cup Tournament Match between Australia W and Netherlands W in Vila Real de Santo Antonio, Portugal.

Former Matilda Rae Dower, former Socceroo Tony Vidmar and PFA chief John Didulica will lead the hunt for a new national technical director at FFA.

Bolt trial Mariners' recruitment drive

ROSS McCORMACK of the City controls the ball during an A-League match at AAMI Park in Melbourne, Australia.

Central Coast Mariners CEO Shaun Mielekamp says the Usain Bolt experiment has played an indirect role in the A-League club's off-season transfer activity.

Corica hails Sky Blues' FFA Cup resilience

STEVE CORICA arrives at the Sydney FC coach announcement press conference at Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Australia.

Avondale FC have put up stern resistance in their FFA Cup quarter final but they couldn't go with Sydney FC in extra-time, losing 4-2.

Avondale push Sydney FC all the way

A Sydney derby looms large in the late stages of the FFA Cup after Sydney FC and Western Sydney scored contrasting wins in their quarter finals.

Martins rejects Phoenix marquee offer

Accomplished Ghana striker Obafemi Martins has rejected an offer from the Wellington Phoenix to play in the A-League.

Sydney set to fire big guns at cup minnows

DANIEL DE SILVA of the Mariners in action during the A-League match between the Central Coast and the Western Sydney Wanderers at Central Coast Stadium in Gosford, Australia.

Underdogs Avondale FC may have to contend with Sydney's two former English Premier League players in Wednesday's FFA Cup quarter-final.

Ambitious Avondale's rise up the ranks

DAVID CARNEY of Sydney FC celebrates an own goal by Terry Antonis of the Victory during the A-League Semi Final match between Sydney FC and Melbourne Victory at Allianz Stadium on in Sydney, Australia.

Avondale FC were plodding around in Victorian soccer's sixth tier not long ago. Now they're one of Australia's most enterprising clubs outside the A-League.

Good A-League return for second City stint

Curtis Good has signed for Melbourne City on a one-year deal, six years after leaving the club for the English Premier League as a promising teenager.

De Laet wants career kickstart in A-League

WARREN JOYCE the coach of Melbourne City looks on during the A-League match between Melbourne City FC and Sydney FC at AAMI Park in Melbourne, Australia.

English Premier League winner Ritchie de Laet has moved to the A-League to reignite his career after being frozen out at Aston Villa.

Socceroos to face Kuwait in October

The Socceroos will head to the Middle East play a friendly against Kuwait, as new coach Graham Arnold looks to build on the work done at their camp in Turkey.

Wanderers' Risdon open to overseas move

JOSH RISDON of Australia controls the ball during the Australian Socceroos Training Session at the Gloria Football Club in Antalya, Turkey.

Western Sydney Wanderers' Socceroos defender Josh Risdon says he will consider playing abroad if he gets the right opportunity.

A-League to trial party-starters for fans

Music during goal kicks and corners at matches and even controlled use of flairs will be on trial during the A-League season's first month to attract fans.

FFA governance changes "flawed": Sport Aus

Sport Australia has outlined their reasons for opposing proposed governance changes at Football Federation Australia which have been backed by FIFA.

Melbourne City sign de Laet as marquee

MILE JEDINAK in action during an Australian Socceroos training at Arasen Stadion in Oslo, Norway.

Belgian defender Ritchie de Laet has taken up a season-long loan at A-League club Melbourne City, becoming the club's second marquee.

Newcastle Jets sign Mitch Austin

ERNIE MERRICK of the Jets during the A-League match between the Central Coast Mariners and the Newcastle Jets at Central Coast Stadium in Gosford, Australia.

A-League player Mitch Austin will make his return from injury for the Newcastle Jets after leaving Melbourne Victory.

Phoenix want Obafemi Martins as marquee

Former Inter Milan and Newcastle forward Obafemi Martins is in talks with Wellington Phoenix over an A-League marquee deal.

Toivonen revels in World Cup memories

Ola Toivonen says his goal against Germany at the World Cup was a "childhood dream" but not his favourite memory of the 2018 tournament.

City alumni helps Victory land Toivonen

Swedish striker Ola Toivonen has credited Melbourne's lifestyle as a big factor bringing him to sign a deal with A-League champions Melbourne Victory.

Aurelio Vidmar returns to Adelaide Utd

Former Socceroos assistant coach Aurelio Vidmar is returning to Adelaide United to be the A-League club's director of coaching.

India A, Australia A tie series 1-1

India A have tied the series with Australia A, with batsman Travis Head admitting mid-match news of his Test call up was a bit of distraction.

Spiranovic lures Socceroo to Perth Glory

Attacking midfielder Chris Ikonomidis says he was convinced to join Perth Glory after having a phone chat with his former Socceroos teammate Matthew Spiranovic.

Brazilian Jair joins Jets' A-League squad

Brazilian attacker Jair Eduardo Britto da Silva has joined A-League club Newcastle Jets on a one-year deal.

Birighitti returns to A-League with City

Mark Birighitti will resume his A-League career after two seasons in Europe, signing a three-year deal with Melbourne City.

Ex-Chelsea star in talks for A-League move

Wellington Phoenix have reportedly engaged in contract talks with Chelsea's two-time English Premier League champion Michael Essien.

Socceroos aim for Champions League chance

TRENT SAINSBURY of Australia in action during an Australian Socceroos training at Arasen Stadion in Oslo, Norway.

Playing for PSV alongside Socceroos teammate Aziz Behich against some of Europe's highest profile clubs would be something special says Trent Sainsbury.

German A-League imports' 'strange' reunion

Melbourne Victory's A-League recruit Georg Niedermeier would have been at Western Sydney if coach Markus Babbel had his way.

Victory, Wanderers draw 1-1 in Ballarat

JAMES TROISI during the AFC Asian Champions League match between the Melbourne Victory and Kawasaki Frontale at AAMI Park in Melbourne, Australia.

James Troisi and Roly Bonevacia got on the scoresheet in a lively pre-season friendly between their A-League clubs in Ballarat on Saturday.

Bolt to leave Mariners for a week

USAIN BOLT trains during a Central Coast Mariners training session at Central Coast Stadium in Gosford, Australia.

After only three weeks of training with the Central Coast Mariners, Usain Bolt is temporarily leaving Australia to fill a pre-existing commitment.

Arnie dismisses notion of Cahill circus

Sydney FC coach GRAHAM ARNOLD looks on during the A-League match between Sydney FC and the Central Coast Mariners at Allianz Stadium in Sydney, Australia.

Coach Graham Arnold insists Tim Cahill's final match for the Socceroos won't distract from their Asian Cup preparations because he will only play a minor role.

Oar to join Mariners after quitting APOEL

Former Socceroo Tommy Oar is set to return to the A-League with the Central Coast Mariners after leaving his club in Cyprus.

FFA congress showdown set for Oct 2 EGM

An extraordinary general meeting of Football Federation Australia will take place on October 2, when the sport's governance saga should come to a head.

Mariners eyeing Ross McCormack as marquee

ROSS McCORMACK of the City controls the ball during an A-League match at AAMI Park in Melbourne, Australia.

Central Coast Mariners are hoping to fill one of their two vacant A-League marquee slots with the signing of Ross McCormack.

W-League draw puts Matildas in prime time

Thursday night football and all matches screened online means the 11th W-League season should capture more interest than ever before.

Kewell links up with Leeds mentor at Notts

Harry Kewell's former youth team coach at Leeds United Paul Hart, is to link up with the Socceroos great at his new club Notts County.

FFA to review "discriminatory" policy

Football Federation Australia says it will review an unpopular policy that bans grassroots clubs from displaying ethnic insignia.

Scrapheap to Champions League for Behich

Socceroos defender Aziz Behich has come a long, long way since coughing up a golden chance to win the A-League title for Melbourne Victory in 2010.

Degenek living boyhood dream in Belgrade

Socceroo Milos Degenek is still riding the high of a lifetime after helping Red Star Belgrade qualify for the UEFA Champions League for the first time.

Former teammate slams Cahill's farewell

TIM CAHILL passes during an Australia Socceroos training session at ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia

Fomer Socceroos teammate Craig Moore believes Tim Cahill shouldn't be making a farewell appearance against Lebanon.

Stats show Matildas at risk of burnout

ALEN STAJCIC Australia Head Coach during the Algarve Cup Tournament Match between Australia W and Netherlands W in Vila Real de Santo Antonio, Portugal.

Star Matildas players will be closely monitored by FFA fitness staff over the next 10 months to ensure they aren't burned out before next year's World Cup.

Kewell relishing Notts County opportunity

Former Socceroos star Harry Kewell expects to challenge for promotion as a new coach despite his Notts County side being rooted to the bottom of League Two.

Victory bring Spaniard Baena to A-League

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Boasting 150 La Liga appearances, Raul Baena will be showing his wares in the A-League this season after signing for champions Melbourne Victory.

Matildas set up spicy Chile dates

Head coach of Australia, ALEN STAJCIC looks on prior to the AFC Women's Asian Cup Group B match between Vietnam and Australia at the Amman International Stadium in Amman, Jordan.

Australia's national women's soccer team will play two matches against Chile in November as they build towards next year's World Cup.

Bolt not fit enough: Mariners coach

Usain Bolt might be an eight-time Olympic champion but he isn't football-fit, according to his coach at A-League club Central Coast Mariners.

Matildas to play France next month

ALEN STAJCIC looks on prior to a Women's International match at AAMI Park in Melbourne, Australia.

The Australian women's soccer team will get to test themselves against one of the best side's in the world with a friendly against No.3-rated France.

I'm not fazed by potential critics: Bolt

Coach MIKE MULVEY of the Roar watches on during the A-League match between the Brisbane Roar and Adelaide United at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia.

Usain Bolt enjoyed every minute of his first hitout with the Central Coast Mariners but isn't fussed about possible criticism from opposing fans and the media.

Kewell arrival excites Notts County owner

Notts County chairman Alan Hardy says Harry Kewell is the right man to lead his club to promotion from League Two.

Socceroo Behich signs for Dutch giants PSV

Socceroos left-back Aziz Behich has signed for Dutch champions PSV Eindhoven.

Bolt makes respectable Mariners debut

USAIN BOLT of Jamaica competes in the Men's 4x100 Metres Relay heats during the 16th IAAF World Athletics Championships London 2017 at The London Stadium in London, United Kingdom.

Track legend Usain Bolt has played just over 20 minutes in his first football hit out for A-League club Central Coast Mariners in Gosford.