This Week in Australian Football Weekly
With finals places up for grabs, escape plans from cellar-dwellers, and a World Cup in the background, it’s shaping up as a very interesting Round 17 for the Hyundai A-League.
With finals places up for grabs, escape plans from cellar-dwellers, and a World Cup in the background, it-s shaping up as a very interesting Round 17 for the Hyundai A-League.
This week in Australian Football Weekly and The Full90, we talk to red-hot Wellington Phoenix striker Paul Ifill how the move south has reignited his love of the game, why he signed on for two more years with Wellington, and why he wants to finish his career in the A-League.
We won't go into the woes of Adelaide United, but young gun defender Scott Jamieson admits there's nowhere to hide as the club fights to escape last place on the ladder, and says everyone in the side needs to find the belief they an do it for the fans.
In previous years, Sydney FC have been criticised for failing to connect with fans and the community, but with a cross-town rival on its way and encroaching from other codes, CEO Edwin Lugt says the Sky Blues are doing everything they can to build for the future.
And ignore the rumours about Gold Coast United marquee man Jason Culina - the Qantas Socceroos star says he's not going anywhere until he's done the job for his new team.
And Perth Glory prepare to enter the crunch time with three of their most important players planning to leave; it's not ideal, but coach Dave Mitchell has known all along it could happen, and now has to adjust his side at a crucial point in the season.
All this plus the nonsensical statistics of the A-League by the numbers, Mile Jedinak opens up on what the World Cup means to him, the Westfield W-League is building up to a massive finale, and Leigh Broxham's secret fans.
When are your Caltex Socceroos in action this weekend?
Awer Mabil and FC Midtjylland are out to flag their Danish Superliga intentions this weekend against Nordsjaellan... Midtjylland got their new campaign off to a winning start last Saturday morning as Mikael Anderson struck a 90th-minute winner in a 1-0 victory over Esbjerg.
Heat, humidity, altitude and air miles: what the Caltex Socceroos can expect on the road to Qatar
The Caltex Socceroos? road to Qatar 2022 is likely to be a long and winding one, featuring intense heat, humidity, altitude and countless air miles. Having received a bye through their first round of Asian Football Confederation qualifying for FIFA World Cup 2022, Graham Arnol
‘I’m loving being back’: Behich beams about return to Turkey
Caltex Socceroos defender Aziz Behich has his sights set on Champions League football with new club ?stanbul Ba?ak?ehir FK after making a ?smooth transition? back into Turkish Football. After spending last season in Holland at PSV Eindhoven, Behich has returned to Turkey where
Gary van Egmond names maiden Young Socceroos squad
New Young Socceroos Head Coach Gary van Egmond today named his maiden squad in charge of Australia?s under-20 men?s national football team. Van Egmond has selected 30 players for a training camp at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra from Sunday, 28 July 2019 to Fri