Boyle itching to show Socceroos fans 'what I can really do'
Martin Boyle believes Socceroos fans 'haven't seen the best of him' as the upcoming FIFA World Cup 2022 Qualifier against Kuwait in Perth looms. It comes as the Hibernian forward experiences a rich vein of form after overcoming a series of knee injuries throughout 2019. Af
Milicic: Continuity key as Westfield Matildas set sights on Vietnam battle
Ante Milicic says the "door is always open" for players to force their way into the Westfield Matildas squad but believes continuity was key to selecting an unchanged squad for next month's must-win tie against Vietnam. The Westfield Matildas boss stuck with the same 20 player
Staab wants Wanderers to 'fire up' and show they are still a title threat
Sam Staab is convinced Western Sydney Wanderers are still in the hunt for the Westfield W-League Championship ahead of Thursday night's clash with Premiers-elect Melbourne City. After going unbeaten in their first six games, the Wanderers' hopes of clinching a remarkable maid
Milicic maintains squad symmetry as Matildas target Tokyo
Westfield Matildas Head Coach Ante Milicic will entrust the same 20 players that topped Group B of Tokyo 2020 Women's Olympic Football Tournament Qualification with sealing progression to the competition proper when Australia takes on Vietnam home and away in March. Matildas
Westfield Matildas in the Westfield W-League - what's in store for Round 13?
A host of Westfield Matildas could get their hands on some silverware during Round 13 of the Westfield W-League 2019/20 Season. Melbourne City require just one point to secure the Premiership and could lift the Premiers' Plate as early as Thursday night's clash against Western
Central Coast Mariners v Sydney FC: match preview
It's top versus bottom as Sydney FC travel to play the Central Coast Mariners seeking to main their history-making form. Steve Corica's runaway Hyundai A-League leaders have ran up 13 wins from 15 matches in 2019/20 and have an all-time record points tally of 40 at this stage