It's the start of a new era in the Hyundai A-League. The beginning of what I hope to be a proud future for Western United. Read all about it inside!
The final match of the opening A-League round took place at HBF Park with Robbie Fowler's new look Brisbane Roar side, with 8 players making their A-League debut for the boys in orange, take on last year's Premier's Perth Glory. Perth started the better of the two sides with a few good forays forward but … Continue reading Roy Oh Roy, Roar Pinch a Point
Western United’s first ever match has seen them defeat feeder club Wellington Phoenix 1-0 in Wellington.
A Melbourne derby worth forgetting as both sides shot blanks in a goalless draw at Marvel Stadium
Oh how we have missed the A-League, after an off season which felt as though it would never end, the 15th edition of our domestic competition kicked off in Adelaide on Friday night and it was the most perfectly A-League game you could have ever asked for. The hosts Adelaide United almost seemed to be … Continue reading Back with a Bang! Sydney secure win in perfect season opener
Our ever extensive 2019-20 A-league preview is in! Tanner and TAS go through every team and what could be ahead
You can read many previews on the first round of the new A-League season from various new sources but they will all cover the same ground, who's playing who, who's new, who's gone etc but for a look at the lighter side of the A-League, look no further than The Offside Trap.
Just how good will the new kids on the block Western United be this season? Lachie Hare has all the transfer moves and previews their debut in the A-League.
Besart Berisha. A name that has been iconic in the Hyundai A-League's history. After an unsuccessful stint with Japanese J1-League club Sanfrecce Hiroshima and only capping 6 times, Berisha has decided to return to Australia. But it's not where you'd think. Photo credit Tanner Coad.
In the past week, there has been no mistaking Melbourne City and their surge for supremacy in the A-League. The new man at the helm is former Yokohama F. Marinos and France U21s manager Erick Mombaerts. Mombaerts may finally bring some pride to this club which for years has struggled with low crowds and underwhelming players.