Canberra sport covered - From grassroots to gossip.
Cooma technical director Hugo Jimenez thinks all Capital Football premier league clubs need to improve to become competitive in the National Premier League finals after it was they were flogged 6-1 by Sydney club Bonnyrigg White Eagles✓ at the AIS Track on Saturday.
Canberra United coach Liesbeth Migchelsen is confident they will avoid a repeat of last season's shock 2-0 defeat to Adelaide United.
“I don’t want to sound sexist here, but you know what it’s like when women run things well,” Mary Orfanidis says wryly.
The brilliant Asian Champions League campaign of the Western Sydney Wanderers has sparked widespread interest from clubs across the confederation eager to prise away some of the squad's best players.
Cooma Tigers captain insists semi-final meltdown hasn't dented belief in the squad.
Bernie Ibini knows he could be chasing riches and fame elsewhere. He certainly has the talent to be on the recieving end of all the luxury that a footballer's life has to offer.
Topor-Stanley put in a captain's performance against FC Seoul, but says the honour of the armband was never his motivation.
Football Federation Australia chief executive has declared the sport must urgently engage with its grassroots or risk never fulfilling the sport's much-vaunted potential.
SCOTT GELSTON'S pictures from North Launceston's 2014 State League Grand Final win.