The Matildas face Brazil on Saturday night hoping the arrival of a familiar foe can spark them into form under Tony Gustavsson.
George Clarke and Anna Harrington
Celtic's Australian manager Ange Postecoglou will be concentrating on character and personality when recruiting new players in January.
The verdict in the sex tape blackmail trial in which Real Madrid's Karim Benzema is among the accused will not be known until November 24.
The Matildas have only won twice in 12 matches under Tony Gustavsson, but the Swedish mentor isn’t too concerned.
Tony Gustavsson says the Matildas might be some way off the pace over the coming months but is adamant it's all part of the roadmap to a World Cup win in 2023.
Matildas coach Tony Gustavsson insists allegations of harassment and abuse have not been a distraction ahead of their homecoming games against Brazil.
Brisbane Roar coach Warren Moon says the A-League Men club will have a spot ready for young defender Izaack Powell, who is battling leukaemia.
Melbourne Victory recruit Matthew Spiranovic is relishing ending his two-year hiatus from professional football by returning to the club where his career began.
Wellington Phoenix's 21-man squad will unite in NSW next month ahead of the A-League Men's campaign.
In a little under three months the Matildas will look to end an 11-year drought at the Asian Cup in India. It means these two matches against Brazil take on special significance.
Prosecutors want Karim Benzema to receive a 10-month suspended sentence and a fine for his alleged involvement in the attempted blackmail of Mathieu Valbuena.
Roma and Tottenham paid for squad rotation with both beaten in the Europa Conference League, the former spectacularly with Jose Mourinho's team conceding six.
Ange Postecoglou's Celtic are now four points adrift the two qualifying places in Europa League Group G after a draw between Real Betis and Bayer Leverkusen.
The Matildas are back on home soil for the first time since March 2020 but midfielder Tameka Yallop is among those still isolated from their families.
Tameka Yallop says former Matilda Lisa De Vanna's allegations of abuse and harassment came as a surprise but underline the need to reinforce a safe environment.
Patson Daka has scored all four goals for visitors Leicester in their comeback 4-3 win over Spartak Moscow in the Europa League.
Barcelona's teenage forward Ansu Fati has agreed a new six-year contract which included a buy-out clause set at $A1.55billion.
Manchester United have fought back to overcome Atalanta 3-2 while Chelsea, Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Juventus also won in the Champions League.
Newcastle United want fans to wear their normal clothes rather than 'the Arab-style' robes and headdress some wore on Sunday to mark the club's Saudi takeover.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino says he wants to seek consensus over plans for a biennial World Cup as criticism from UEFA and European federations continues.
Ex-FIFA referee Matthew Breeze says match officials need to be treated the same way as players and coaches.
Brazilian soccer great Pele has told fans to start celebrating his life because he is getting "closer to the goal."
The trial of Real Madrid star Karim Benzema for attempted blackmail linked to a sex-tape featuring his former France teammate Mathieu Valbuena has begun.
Steve Bruce has quit his post as Newcastle manager, just two weeks after the Premier League club was taken over by a Saudi Arabian-backed consortium.
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