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The football World Cup, which reaches its climax in Germany this weekend, is the greatest multicultural sporting extravaganza of modern times. Its only conceivable rival, the Olympic Games, is a multi-sports activity in which all countries who are part of …
Jimmy Johnstone, ‘Jinky’ to everyone, the man voted the greatest Celtic player ever, has died at the age of 62 after a long illness. A supremely talented ball
When the current European football champion, Greece, comes to play the Socceroos in Melbourne in May in a warm-up game for the World Cup in Germany it will
Melbourne Victory completed its first A-league season with a two-one win against last-place New Zealand Knights at Olympic Park on Saturday night in front of 10,078 dedicated fans.
Seven month off-season Shame FFA. (But only six if Victory had made the finals) Sack Desira Kitz thanks for the memories Go home Merrick we want a real coach. From PM
Scots go crazy over Trinidad and Tobago The World Cup is under way, but the Scots are not there. No worries. We will just support Trinidad and Tobago instead.
Guus Hiddink, pragmatist, strategist and gambler It is perhaps too early to assess Guus Hiddink’s contribution to Australian football, but it is already clear that he has had a
North Geelong won the first Century 21 Geelong Community Shield at Stead Park yesterday by five goals to one against a plucky Geelong Rangers team. In perfect conditions for