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Craig Foster withdraws from Football Federation Australia leadership race

Andrew Nabbout has had a tough journey back to the Socceroos after his injury in the World Cup.

Craig Foster has withdrawn from the race to lead the Football Federation Australia (FFA) board.

Foster, a former Australia captain and head of the country's footballers' union, was the popular choice to lead FFA following the resignation of Steven Lowy.

The 55-year-old published a manifesto that promised rejuvenation and reform but withdrew late on Friday citing a lack of "necessary stakeholder support to succeed."

"Football does not need a protest vote or candidate, we need unity, which is why...

Melbourne Victory upping W-League derby expectations against City

Caitlin Foord scored a hat trick in the Matildas' 5-0 victory over Chile at McDonald Jones Stadium.
FFA CEO David Gallop has announced the #GETONSIDE campaign to help Australia's bid for the 2023 Women's World Cup.

For the first time since the entry of their crosstown rivals to the W-League, Melbourne Victory don't feel in the shadows of glamour side Melbourne City. And they're determined to take it up to the three-time champions under the Friday night lights at AAMI Park.

Victory and City duel in a standalone derby this weekend, taking centre stage off the A-League -- enjoying a week off with the Socceroos in town -- and following on from another well-supported Matildas friendly series.

Five Matildas will...

Usain Bolt sets two-week deadline to join new football club or 'call it quits'

Mariners CEO Shaun Mielekamp says it was great to see Usain Bolt's growth during his trial with Central Coast.
Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt's trial with the Central Coast Mariners has come to an end with a suitable deal unable to be settled.

Usain Bolt will give himself until the end of the month to decide whether to continue pursuing a career in professional football.

The eight-time Olympic sprint champion rejected an offer from Central Coast Mariners following a long trial with the A-League club.

Despite failing to reach an agreement with the Mariners, Bolt took in the club's most recent A-League clash against Melbourne Victory on Sunday.

He then caught up with Victory marquee man Keisuke Honda at the Melbourne team's recovery the...

Scottish-born Martin Boyle eager to make international debut for Australia

Andrew Nabbout has had a tough journey back to the Socceroos after his injury in the World Cup.

He set foot in Australia for the first time earlier this week but Martin Boyle could be the latest Socceroos debutant come Saturday.

The 25-year-old Scottish-born Boyle has swapped tartan for green and gold and is in the mix to line up for Graham Arnold's men against South Korea in Brisbane.

Boyle, whose father Graeme was born in Sydney, was a part of the national team squad for Arnold's first match in charge against Kuwait last month but was ineligible as he had yet to receive his Australian passport.

A...

Mike Mulvey admits Central Coast Mariners' 'soft underbelly reared its ugly head again'

Melbourne Victory have pummelled the Central Coast Mariners 4-1 to close out round four of the A-League.
Perth Glory have risen to top spot on the A-League table with a 2-0 win over Adelaide United.
Newcastle Jets struck a late leveler to hold Sydney FC to a draw.
Ritchie de Laet scored after just nine minutes as Melbourne City prevailed 2-0 over the Wellington Phoenix.

After a second-straight reality check, Central Coast coach Mike Mulvey is beginning to understand the work on his A-League plate.

The Mariners weren't at the races against Melbourne Victory on Sunday night, losing 4-1 to the champions.

Trailing 3-0 at half-time, it looked a case of how many goals they'd ship until Mario Shabow put his side on the board.

Mulvey believed his side might have edged the second half but wasn't kidding himself, labelling the first half has unacceptable.

"The first 20...