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International
Should the Gold Cup and Copa America merge?
17:00 Tuesday 18th June 2019

Change comes to football slower than catsup travels from the bottle to the burger. VAR is your proof. When change finally arrives, however, it’s still like the catsup in that there tends to be far more of it than anyone intended or desired…

World Cup
Juan Antonio Pizzi follows Bert van Marwijk down the World Cup beach trampling on his sand castles
17:00 Tuesday 26th June 2018

The old maxim that no one remembers who finished second isn’t always true. Thanks to Nigel de Jong’s flying karate kick into Xabi Alonso’s diaphragm, everyone recalls the Netherlands were runners-up to Spain in the 2010 World…

World Cup
World Cup Group C: Desperate Australia take on ousted Peru
09:30 Tuesday 26th June 2018

Australia must win their final group game against already eliminated Peru to have any chance of qualifying for the knockout stages, but if they can pick up the points, they have a great chance at reaching the last sixteen. So with the final…

Opinion
Huddersfield Town need fit Aaron Mooy to avoid relegation
09:30 Friday 25th August 2017

Aaron Mooy is proving to be worth every penny spent on him by Huddersfield Town. They need him fit if they're to remain in the elite division beyond this season. In June, Huddersfield Town decided to break their transfer record to make an Australian…

Football
Slater v Foster: Former Socceroo called a "racist"
18:24 Sunday 15th January 2012

FoxSports Football analysis, Robbie Slater today accused rival SBS Football commentator Craig Foster of being a 'racist' after an article published in Sydney's, The Sun Herald.The only Australian to win a Premier League title whilst at Blackburn,…

Football
To Swansea With Love : From a man in Melbourne
14:15 Thursday 1st December 2011

In the Australian spring of 2008 three of my Dad's cousins from Swansea made their way out to Melbourne for a holiday. Whilst they sweltered in the 24 degree 'heat', merely a mild day for us Australians, I came to be transfixed by their tales…