Monthly Archives: October 2018

Round Review: No Perfect Records After Two Rounds

by Jeremy Ruane: with the compliments of www.sportswebsoccer.com HAL 14 – Round 2 Review Not one team in the Hyundai A-League boasts a perfect record after two rounds of the competition, with

Defences Dominate Scoreless Showdown

by Jeremy Ruane: with the compliments of www.sportswebsoccer.com Hyundai A-League – Season 14 – 2018/2019 – Round 2 4pm, Sunday 28 October, 2018 – Lang Park, Milton Brisbane Roar FC 0 drew

Wellington Mark Rudan’s reign’s start with win

by Jeremy Ruane: with the compliments of www.sportswebsoccer.com Hyundai A-League – Season 14 – 2018/2019 – Round 1 5pm, Saturday 21 October, 2018 – Westpac Stadium, Wellington NZ Wellington Phoenix FC 2

Brisbane come back to draw with Coast

by Chris Dunkerley: Hyundai A-League – Season 14 – 2018/2019 – Round 1 4pm, Sunday 21 October, 2018 – Lang Park, Brisbane Brisbane Roar FC 1 (Adam Taggart 65′) drew with Central

HAL 14 Round 1 Review: Grand Finalists Beaten In Opening Round

by Jeremy Ruane with the compliments of www.sportswebsoccer.com Round 1 Review Just two teams recorded victories in the opening round of Hyundai A-League action for the 2018-19 season, with Melbourne City and

Singapore Selection 0 lost to Australia 1 (Under-19)

By Paul Green International Friendly Monday 15th October 2018 at 7:30pm – At Bishan Stadium, Singapore Singapore Selection 0 lost to Australia Under-19   1 (Apostolos Stamatelopoulos 40′)   Singapore’s Under-21 side provided

The HAL Season 14 and WWL Season 11 were jointly launched in Sydney

Football Federation Australia (FFA) and FOX Sports today officially jointly launched the Hyundai A-League’s 14th and Westfield W-League 11th seasons, in 2018/2019 under the banner of “Where Heroes Are Made”. Round 1

Australia U16 bow out of the 2018 AFC Championship

By Paul Green, in Malaysia   Australia’s Under-16 team has bowed out of the 2018 AFC Under-16 Championship at the semi-final stage after suffering a 3-1 defeat at the hands of the

AFC U16: Australia v Japan semi final preview

By Paul Green, in Malaysia: Australia will meet Japan on Thursday at the National Stadium in the first of the two semi-finals that day Already having achieved their primary objective of qualifying

Australian U16 boys into AFC Semi Finals & Under-17 World Cup

By Paul Green, in Malaysia: Australia are through to the bi-annual Under-17 World Cup, to be staged next year in Peru, after narrowly defeating Indonesia 3-2 in Monday’s AFC Under-16 Championship Quarter