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All Whites captain Winston Reid says his experience is helping him cope with one of the longest injury breaks of his football career.
In 2006, Iran's president tried to restore one small piece of the civil liberties the Islamic Republic had repressed since its 1979 revolution.
Another A-League season gets underway when Adelaide United take on Sydney FC on Friday night, while the Wellington Phoenix host last year's beaten finalists the Newcastle Jets on Sunday.
Keegan Smith's new coach has tipped him to bounce back following his departure from the Wellington Phoenix.
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has predicted that within five years football supporters will be able to decide which substitutions are made during games by using social media.
American sports magnate Shad Khan has abandoned a $1.2 billion bid for the English Football Association's main asset after recognising the extent of opposition to the sale.
Nine years ago, Thomas Deng and Awer Mabil began to bond over football in Adelaide's northern suburbs.
The English Football Association has charged Jose Mourinho for using bad language into a TV camera after a Manchester United game.
Reigning Maltese top-flight champions Valletta FC are behind the power play to prematurely end Usain Bolt's bid for an A-League contract.
It was an odd scene at Benito Villamarin Stadium in Seville: The few visiting English fans were chanting "Ole" at every touch of the ball by their squad, while the home Spanish crowd was jeering its own players.
Promising Nelson teenager Callan Elliot is set to follow in the footsteps of his mentor by playing for the Wellington Phoenix.
Sarah Gregorius stopped growing at 156cm. She was repeatedly told that she was too short for professional football. Eighty-two caps later, Sarah is now mentoring tamariki through Hutt City Council's 'Capital Stars Programme' and talks to UNICEF about the importance of self-belief.
Steven Taylor likes a mental test as much as any player, but even his fortitude was strained by Mark Rudan's latest initiative.
ï»¿Australia's W-League football marquee Sam Kerr believes Jamaican sprint king Usain Bolt is worth similar money and standing after his two-goal brace for A-League side the Mariners.