Quote of the Day

"If we want to win a World Cup, we need to get used to beating these teams."
-- FFA Head of Community, Development & Women's Football Emma Highwood, on the Matildas' attempt to schedule home matches against the U.S., England and Germany. (THE AGE, 12/11)
Tuesday December 12, 2017 Vol. 6 — No. 128 Print This Issue

Top Stories

  • Taking The Reins

    Raelene Castle will become Rugby Australia's new CEO and the "first female boss of an Australian football code," according to Tom Decent of the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD. Castle "edged out" former Wallabies captain Phil Kearns for the position, despite reports suggesting he was the favorite to take over rugby's top job. An announcement is "expected to come in the next few days that Castle will take over" from incumbent CEO Bill Pulver.

  • Tipping The Cap

    NRL investigating salary cap breaches at Manly Sea Eagles.

  • Let's Do Lunch

    Latin American restaurant chain Arcos Dorados partners with Neymar.

  • Taking A 'Walk'

    Betsafe features "global sports stars" in new campaign.

  • Behind Schedule

    Worcester Warriors face loss of players if new owner isn't found.

  • Seeing Red

    OWL's London Spitfire partners with Code Red Esports.

  • Planning Stage

    NRL, players in talks on logistics of new women's competition.

  • Getting An Update

    EPL to improve facilities for disabled fans in latest Turf Moor upgrade.

  • Coming Up Short

    Three Scottish clubs "named and shamed" for underpaying staff.

  • Sending An Invite

    FFA hopes to "lure" U.S., England, Germany to play Matildas in Oz.

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