Outstanding promotional video released to hype A-League and W-League seasons
There has been many a gripe about the promotion of the A-League and W-League over the years, but the FFA have hit the nail on the head with this terrific video.
With former Matildas star Amy Duggan narrating, the video features the theme 'where heroes are made' and explores the gun players that have made a name for themselves in the A-League and W-League over the years.
Watch the slick production below.
Even if our heroes end up overseas playing in leagues around the world, they all start here, in the Hyundai @ALeague and Westfield @WLeague.#WhereHeroesAreMade— Hyundai A-League (@ALeague) October 5, 2018
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Socceroos squad named for Kuwait match
Coach Graham Arnold has selected Scottish-born winger Martin Boyle and three debutants for the game in Kuwait City on October 16 (AEST).See the full squad
Socceroos Watch - Australian stars struggle in the Europa League
It was bad news all around for the green and gold players in Europe's second club competition.
Alex Gersbach also played a full match but saw his Rosenborg team lose 3-1 to Red Bull Leipzig.
Striker Apostolos Giannou lasted 89 minutes for AEK Larnaca as they went down 4-2 to Bayer Leverkusen.
In Saudi Arabia, Al Ittihad's Matt Jurman played 90 minutes in their 2-1 defeat to Al Fateh.
Martin Boyle to feature in the Socceroos squad...but not play
Scottish-born attacker Martin Boyle will be in the Socceroos squad for the Kuwait game, but will not take field, according to reports from the UK.
Boyle has been told he will be in the travelling party for the October 15 match in Kuwait City, however he won't be allowed to play because his FIFA international clearance hasn't been processed.
New Socceroos coach Graham Arnold is keen to get Boyle integrated in the squad ahead of the November friendlies against South Korea and Lebanon - with one eye on the team's Asian Cup defence in January.
The Australian squad for the Kuwait game is expected to be named today.
Worrying news for A-League expansion...
Those A-League fans excited about seeing new teams in the competition may have to wait a bit longer.
The FFA upheaval on Tuesday could have a domino effect on the timeline for when expansion teams are introduced.
Riley McGree thought about kissing the back of Zinedine Zidane's head
I think we have all had this thought before...Read about McGree's extraordinary night at the Puskas Awards
Who said Harry Kewell couldn't manage?
The former Socceroos star has once again turned a League Two team around after being on the brink of disaster
Kewell's Notts County have bounced back after a nightmarish start to the season - much like his tenure with Crawley Town last campaign.
Where are all the Socceroos leaders?
With Mile Jedinak's international retirement, Australia's leadership stocks are worryingly thin with a new captain needing to be selected before the Kuwait friendly in 12 days.