Category: A-League

What has happened to Sydney FC?

Before the game against Wellington Pheonix, everyone was talking about Sydney FC hadn’t changed and are still the brutally consistent team they were for the past two years. They knew that this was the time where they could really get their season going, and maybe even go top of the table. But then Sydney FC’s […]

It’s time for A-League fireworks, and I don’t mean flares

The previews have been written and the squads assembled. The A-League season launches into action on Friday. It should be the final incarnation of the ten-team competition. An expansion decision is due momentarily, unless of course the recent disturbances to and redirection of the FFA board bring about a serious case of cold feet. Hopefully, […]

The A-League needs to get back to what it does best – football

Thank goodness for this weekend’s FFA Cup semi-finals – and the fact that the new A-League season kicks off in a fortnight. Are we done with all these Congress issues? I have a feeling there are going to be more than a few teething problems to sort out between now and whenever an independent A-League […]