The West

Soccer

  1. Loss will make Mariners stronger: Moss

    Central Coast coach Phil Moss says his side's gutting 1-0 defeat to FC Seoul will only serve to make his side stronger for Saturday clash with Adelaide.

  2. Adelaide United extend Gombau's contract

    Adelaide United extend Gombau's contract

    Adelaide United have extended the contract of coach Josep Gombau by two years.

  3. FFA ends de Reus' tenure at Matildas

    Hesterine de Reus' divisive 15-month tenure as Matildas coach has been ended by FFA chief executive David Gallop.

  4. City frustrated and Everton lose

    City frustrated and Everton lose

    Manchester City has had a 2-2 draw with Premier League bottom side Sunderland, while Everton suffered a shock home defeat to Crystal Palace.

  5. World Cup heavyweight matches sold out

    World Cup heavyweight matches sold out

    Some 45,275 tickets for this year's World Cup in Brazil are still up for grabs, although all knock-out round games have sold out.

  6. Mariners heartbreaking ACL loss to Koreans

    Mariners heartbreaking ACL loss to Koreans

    The Central Coast Mariners have lost 1-0, via an injury-time own goal, to FC Seoul in the Asian Champions League.

  7. Kroos denies he's on the move

    Kroos denies he's on the move

    Toni Kroos says he will see out his contact with Bayern Munich and denies he has received an offer from Manchester United.

  8. FFA hopes for great Friday finals clash

    FFA hopes for great Friday finals clash

    A meeting between the two traditional A-League powers Melbourne Victory and Sydney FC on Good Friday could grab centre stage for the round ball code.

  9. ACL destiny is in our hands: Wanderers

    ACL destiny is in our hands: Wanderers

    The Wanderers are refusing to rest on their laurels and say they are determined to win their final ACL group match.

  10. Lions look to end Bayswater’s perfect start

    Lions look to end Bayswater’s perfect start

    National Premier Leagues WA leaders Bayswater City make the trip to Macedonia Park on Saturday to take on Stirling Lions, who will be looking to end the visitors unbeaten start to the season.

  11. Farina unfazed by constant scrutiny

    Sydney FC coach Frank Farina says he won't let the constant scrutiny over his job affect him or his side as the battle for a spot in the semis.

Sydney

20.9°

15 - 23°