Returning winger Amy Recha is confident that his Geylang International teammate Branko Cubrilo will get the job done against Tampines Rovers when they kick off their 2016 S.League campaign on Monday night.
Recha, who was with Geylang before moving to the Courts Young Lions, has returned to the Eagles' nest and has already set his sights on silverware this season.
"As a team, we want to win at least one trophy this season," Recha told ESPN FC. "We don't want to set predictions before a ball is kicked...
Graham Arnold says Sydney FC's recent results slump has been the most difficult period of his A-League coaching career, and pledged to drop players who had been given "too many chances."
A sluggish Sydney are at real risk of slipping out of the top six in the coming weeks, after falling 2-1 to a tenacious Perth outfit now hot on their heels in seventh.
Fifth-placed Sydney, who have lost three of their past four matches and drawn the other, will fall to sixth if Adelaide beat Central Coast on Sunday.
Defending premiers Melbourne Victory face possible sanctions as Football Federation Australia prepares to act over flares ignited and bottles thrown by fans at the Melbourne A-League derby clash.
Incredulous and angry, FFA CEO David Gallop appears likely to issue the Victory with a show-cause notice over the Saturday night incident at AAMI Park.
It follows last weekend's use of flares by Western Sydney Wanderers fans in their clash with Victory at Etihad Stadium, which led FFA to hit the Wanderers...
Louis van Gaal has said Jose Mourinho hasn't called him to confirm or deny rumours that he is in talks with Manchester United to become the next manager at Old Trafford.
Mourinho was Van Gaal's assistant at Barcelona in the late 1990s and the two maintained a seemingly cordial relationship during the brief time they overlapped as managers of Man United and Chelsea, respectively.
However, with Van Gaal's tenure as United manager in jeopardy due to lacklustre results -- including a 2-1 loss to Sunderland...
England head coach Roy Hodgson believes captain Wayne Rooney will be "a player we need to depend upon" at this summer's European Championship in France.
Rooney's form for Manchester United had been a source of concern before the turn of the year, with the striker going eight games without finding the net in the Premier League earlier this season.
However, he has rediscovered his goal-scoring touch with seven goals in eight games in all competitions in 2016, much to Hodgson's relief.
"We are pleased...