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Watch and learn, Arnold tells A-League's youth as Juve circle ex-Phoenix star

Watch and learn, Arnold tells A-League's youth as Juve circle ex-Phoenix star

Liberato Cacace's journey from the Wellington Phoenix to the bottom of the Belgian first division could next take him to one of the world's biggest clubs.

  • by Vince Rugari

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How an 82-year-old neighbour helped an A-League defender find his zen

How an 82-year-old neighbour helped an A-League defender find his zen

Central Coast Mariners centre-back Ruon Tongyik credits his unlikely friendship with his elderly neighbour, Remo Pertot, with helping him strike the right balance in his life.

  • by Vince Rugari
How Australia can find its next 'golden generation'

How Australia can find its next 'golden generation'

Socceroos boss Graham Arnold believes a national second division can create a new ''golden generation'' for Australia - but he wants the league to be fully professional.

  • by Michael Lynch
Arzani should consider A-League return, says Socceroos boss

Arzani should consider A-League return, says Socceroos boss

Daniel Arzani looks headed for the exit at FC Utrecht after his coach at the Dutch Eredivisie club said he was falling short of "our expectations".

  • by Vince Rugari
What is the price of a second division in Australian soccer?

What is the price of a second division in Australian soccer?

Ambitious second-tier clubs have released a working paper outlining their vision for a national soccer second division, with clubs needing budgets of $1 to $1.8 million.

  • by Michael Lynch
Maclaren's late goal seals victory for Melbourne City

Maclaren's late goal seals victory for Melbourne City

Melbourne City has kept their winning record against Western United intact, with a late goal from Jamie Maclaren giving Patrick Kisnorbo's team a 2-1 victory at AAMI Park.

  • by Michael Lynch
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Go north, young man: Kewell says Aussie talent should be playing in Europe

Go north, young man: Kewell says Aussie talent should be playing in Europe

The Socceroos great began his career as a 15-year-old with Leeds. Now a manager, he says the best Australian youngsters should have the 'grit' to follow his footsteps.

  • by Adam Millington
Sibling rivalry: The brother and sister straddling Sydney derby divide

Sibling rivalry: The brother and sister straddling Sydney derby divide

The tight-knit Ibini family will be split at Stadium Australia on Saturday when Bernie runs out for the Wanderers before Princess takes the field for Sydney FC.

  • by Vince Rugari
Kisnorbo tells City to keep tough despite red card record

Kisnorbo tells City to keep tough despite red card record

Melbourne City has picked up red cards in both their A-League games this season, but coach Patrick Kisnorbo does not want his players taking a backward step.

  • by Michael Lynch
'It wasn't about them': Troisi explains provocative Big Blue celebration

'It wasn't about them': Troisi explains provocative Big Blue celebration

Two days out from his first Sydney derby in red and black, James Troisi has revealed why he stuck his fingers in his ears in front of The Cove three years ago.

  • by Vince Rugari
Sydney FC stars back ‘chilled’ Nieuwenhof to handle  heat of derby

Sydney FC stars back ‘chilled’ Nieuwenhof to handle heat of derby

A new challenge awaits Sydney FC's boy wonder Calem Nieuwenhof on Saturday: his first A-League derby, in just his sixth professional game.

  • by Vince Rugari