Wellington Phoenix

Your Number’s Up

Last night was an all time low for Australian football. The sight of the numbers falling off Brisbane Roar’s shirts during their Asian Champions League (ACL) fixture was not laughable, it was downright embarrassing. While there is talk about whether

Academies Filling the Void in Schools

When we see the face of a child we it invariably makes us think of the future. In most cases it makes us want to ensure a positive future. When the Football Federation of Australia was created in 2005, from

Pathway is really a Cul de Sac

On the East Coast of Australia they joke about how things take a little longer to get to Western Australia, but it would appear that in some areas the East Coast are a little slower than the West. In 2011

Castro and Keogh A Key Combination

Congratulations to Spaniard Diego Castro for sweeping the board when it came to the awards at Perth Glory’s Most Glorious Player Dinner. Castro who was signed at the start of the last A-League season picked up the coveted QBE Most

Wellington Get The Boot

As of next season the A-League will be a solely Australian affair. The Board of the Football Federation of Australia has announced today that it “has determined that an application from Wellington Phoenix for a 10-year licence extension to compete

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