Soccer

Tue 19 Jun 2018

Kicking goals with indigenous soccer championships

Kicking goals with indigenous soccer championships

SOCCER tournament will help indigenous players reach full potential

Mon 18 Jun 2018

SBS to take control of World Cup coverage

SBS to take control of World Cup coverage

BREAKING: SBS is set to take charge of World Cup broadcasting in Australia for the next 48 hours as the besieged Optus Sport tries to fix the streaming issues that...

Jedinak: Never take anything for granted

Jedinak: Never take anything for granted

THE stakes are high for Australia’s clash with Denmark and Mile Jedinak says no one is a certainty with Bert van Marwijk tipped to opt for more attack.

Optus’ World Cup ‘nuclear option’

Optus’ World Cup ‘nuclear option’

IF THE World Cup streaming issues persist, Optus or maybe even the government, are going to have to do something drastic.

German panic, Neymar’s unwanted record

German panic, Neymar’s unwanted record

WC Snapshot: Five of the top six nations in the FIFA rankings have played, and none has won. Meanwhile, Neymar makes return to the World Cup playing field.

Real reason behind Optus World Cup fail

Real reason behind Optus World Cup fail

OPTUS has become public enemy number one with sports fans across Australia with its poor World Cup coverage. But it’s not entirely to blame.

Korea’s racial slur confuses Swedes

Korea’s racial slur confuses Swedes

SOUTH Korea added some spice to its World Cup clash with Sweden after its coach admitted to a sneaky act of deception.

Socceroos skipper says penalty fiasco finished

Socceroos skipper says penalty fiasco finished

SOCCEROOS captain Mile Jedinak has called on his team to move on from the VAR fiasco that marred their loss to France as Denmark loom large.

Mighty continue to fall as Brazil struggle

Mighty continue to fall as Brazil struggle

IT all started so well for Brazil when Philippe Coutinho gave them the lead. But by the end of the 1-1 draw with Switzerland they looked far from the tournament...

World Cup: Karl savages hopeless Optus

World Cup: Karl savages hopeless Optus

AUSTRALIA’S World Cup broadcasting service Optus Sport offered a landmark apology, but the issues persist and fans aren’t happy.

Older