Australia’s A-League is back for what is sure to be an exciting 2011/12 campaign. And with Socceroo stars Harry Kewell and Brett Emerton having landed, crowds will swell and interest rise. We preview the 2011/12 A-League.
Author: Adoni Patrikios
Two Australian internationals, Harry Kewell and Brett Emerton, have landed in the country’s A-League with Melbourne Victory and Sydney FC respectively. And there is great hope the pair can help push football to the next level Down Under.
Australia international midfielder Matt McKay is on his way to Scottish giants Rangers as he bids to make his mark in Europe. But who is McKay and just why is he so highly rated? Here is the Inside Scoop.
This year’s Asian Champions League looks as competitive as ever and Australian sides Sydney FC and Melbourne Victory are finding the going tough. With Japanese, Korean and Chinese opponents, A-League clubs look out of their depth.
Brisbane Roar meet Central Coast Mariners in the Grand Final of this season’s Australian A-League. Central Coast are up against it, with Brisbane hot favourites. We preview the match.
The 2011 Asian Champions League looks set to deliver thrills and spills aplenty for the continent’s top club sides. And for Sydney FC and Melbourne Victory, it is a chance to rescue a poor season domestically.
The end of the regular A-League season has put Brisbane Roar in the driving seat with Central Coast Mariners their closest challengers. But other teams are dreaming of Grand Final victory too.
Australia will fancy their chances in this Asian Cup semi-final against Uzbekistan. However, the Uzbeks have proved the tournament’s surprise package so far. We preview the match.
Iraq memorably beat Australia in 2007’s Asian Cup as they went on to win the tournament. Will Australia succeed and gain revenge in Qatar four years later? We preview the match.
Australia’s A-League may be a relatively young competition, but it has witnessed a raft of players who delighted fans and improved standards. We look at the A-League’s all-time best performers.