Simon Says: Ploy that has Sydney seven points ahead

GRAHAM Arnold’s Sydney FC head into the Sydney Derby seven points clear at the top of the A-League and they’ve quashed assumptions by doing so. [Read entire story]

Wanderers on cusp of poaching Roo from rival

WESTERN Sydney Wanderers could be set for a piece of good news with a transfer target declaring he’s walking out of his A-League club at the end of the season. [Read entire story]

Studs Up: A-League salary cap could be scrapped

THE A-League’s $2.65 million-dollar salary cap could be abolished, potentially paving the way for big pay hikes for local players and an influx of overseas stars. [Read entire story]

Roar happy under the radar

BRISBANE defender Jack Hingert says the Roar are happy to avoid the hype as they quietly go about their business of winning a fourth A-League championship. [Read entire story]

The brave call Popa needs to make to save season

WESTERN Sydney already sit 12 points behind city rivals Sydney FC and have clear problems to fix. There’s a call MARK BOSNICH feels can turn the tide immediately. [Read entire story]

The innovation to fasttrack A-League youth

THERE’S been a cry for more youth to get a chance in Australian football, and this innovative idea is a way one A-League boss feels it could happen. [Read entire story]

We can make history: Fornaroli

MELBOURNE City captain Bruno Fornaroli has never lifted a trophy but with his side within sight of its first silverware, is daring to dream of FFA Cup glory. [Read entire story]

Brattan’s loving life in different City

RECALLED Socceroo Luke Brattan says he is finally playing with a smile on his face again after sitting on the sideline for 12 months after joining Manchester City. [Read entire story]

Popa: ‘We want to get a result this time’

TONY Popovic will be in Adelaide on Friday as Wanderers look to earn their first points of the new season and revenge after United won the A-League grand final last season. [Read entire story]

Okon: I won’t make Faty scapegoat

MARINERS defender Jacques Faty had a night to forget against Perth, having a foot in all of the Glory’s goals, but boss Paul Okan insists he won’t be “thrown under a bus”. [Read entire story]

How it feels when your dream starts to slip

FROM violent derbies to Champions League to winning competitions - James Holland has been busy in Europe. He talks to ADAM PEACOCK about how, and why, he is home. [Read entire story]

New men Colazo, Cahill strike in friendly

MELBOURNE City’s new guns Nicolas Colazo and Tim Cahill have given another taste of what fans have to look forward to, leading the side to a 2-0 win over Auckland City. [Read entire story]

Young guns hang tough for Reds

LURKING in the shadows of the government-funded elite soccer talent system is a tough breed of youngsters who are emerging as the future of Adelaide United. [Read entire story]

Socceroos midfielder set for A-League return

A member of Ange Postecoglou’s 2014 Socceroos World Cup is looking to return to the A-League to re-establish his career. [Read entire story]

Cobb fired! Roar finally swings the axe

BRISBANE sacked Daniel Cobb before he claimed to have stood down as the club’s managing director, bringing an end to a tumultuous three month for the Roar. [Read entire story]

Striker Bobo’s a go-go for Sky Blues

IT’S the photo that proves Sydney FC have got their $1 million man, after a mammoth search across the globe. [Read entire story]

Roar imploding as Cobb attacks owners

BRISBANE Roar managing director Daniel Cobb says it’s the fault of club owners the Bakrie Group, not his, for the financial problems which continue to plague the club. [Read entire story]

Socceroo sidelined with heart condition

THE short-term future of City fullback Ivan Franjic is in doubt, with the Socceroo laid low by a rare virus that is set to keep him sidelined for a prolonged period of time. [Read entire story]

Mariners’ woes compounded by Rose blow

CENTRAL Coast’s horror pre-season has continued with veteran defender Josh Rose defecting to Melbourne City a day after the club sacked Tony Walmsley. [Read entire story]

Knights’ Andrijasevic earns Phoenix trial

MELBOURNE Knights may have been away from the national spotlight since 2004 but the club’s almost unrivalled production line looks set to continue. [Read entire story]

How Kristensen can emerge from Corona’s shadow

NEW Brisbane midfielder Thomas Kristensen insists he can handle the tough task of replacing reigning Roar player-of-the-year Corona. [Read entire story]

Glory blow as Herd pulls pin

FORMER Aston Villa player Chris Herd has done a sensational U-turn a week out from his scheduled Perth Glory arrival, the Socceroo deciding to stay in England. [Read entire story]

Atletico to bring world-class talent

ATLETICO Madrid will continue to scour South America for talent because they ‘spill blood on the pitch’, according to Brazilian Felipe Luis. [Read entire story]

Revealed: Victory’s plans for Juve

MATT Windley goes inside Melbourne Victory’s opposition analayis meeting as the A-League giants try to topple Italian powerhouse Juventus at the MCG [Read entire story]

Revealed: Tim Cahill’s latest move

TIM Cahill has decided his next step in his club career and it’s one that could see the Socceroos star coming home. [Read entire story]

A-League legend joins Malaysian club

ONE of the A-League’s all-time leading scorers has been released to take up an offer from Malaysian Super League club Kedah FC. [Read entire story]

Etihad the perfect host for double header

FFA boss David Gallop insists football will not suffer big game fatigue when Melbourne hosts a World Cup qualifier and an A-League derby inside a week. [Read entire story]

The ‘Tim Cahill rule’ in all but name

THE A-League’s new 12-month guest player rule has seemingly paved the way for Tim Cahill to make a hugely-anticipated move home. [Read entire story]

FFA announce new A-League marquee spot

THE FFA has announced a change to A-League marquee rules - could this be the move that finally delivers Socceroo Tim Cahill to the A-League. [Read entire story]

From A-League fringe to marking Bale, Ronaldo

FROM the fringe at Melbourne City, to suddenly tasked with keeping Cristiano Ronaldo, then Gareth Bale quiet. It’s quite a way to play for a new club contract. [Read entire story]

A-League star Novillo departs City for Turkey

MELBOURNE City have announced Harry Novillo has left the club to take up and offer to play in Turkey. [Read entire story]

Schwarzer’s view on potential A-League move

FORMER Socceroo goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer is considering a move to the A-League, with Sydney FC and Perth Glory reportedly showing strong interest. [Read entire story]

Melbourne City sign Luke Brattan

MELBOURNE City has signed former Brisbane Roar midfielder Luke Brattan for next season while extending the loan deal of Anthony Caceres. [Read entire story]

Roar v Victory to kick off new A-League season

THE A-League’s two most successful clubs will start the new season at Suncorp Stadium in October. [Read entire story]