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Western Melbourne and South-West Sydney to join A-League 13/12/18
A new stadium will be built in Melbourne’s west and Campbelltown Stadium will be redeveloped following confirmation of two new teams entering the A-League over the next two seasons.    Full Story ›
Dandenong A-League Stadium
A-League Expansion Decision Imminent 11/12/18
The FFA board is expected to announce on Wednesday if two of the six A-League aspirants have been successful in joining the top tier of Australian football for the 2019/20 season.    Full Story ›
Allianz Stadium
Contract awarded for demolition of Allianz Stadium 10/12/18
The NSW Government has awarded a contract for the demolition of Sydney’s Allianz Stadium, with work to commence in January 2019.    Full Story ›
Austadiums Awards 2018
Austadiums Awards 2018: Vote now! 8/12/18
Voting is now open for the inaugural Austadiums Awards 2018. We’re giving fans the opportunity to vote for Australia’s best stadium across several categories and Australia’s best stadium overall.    Full Story ›
Bankwest Stadium
Bankwest secure rights to Western Sydney Stadium 5/12/18
The new Western Sydney Stadium will officially be known as Bankwest Stadium following the announcement of a seven-year naming-rights deal.    Full Story ›
Western Melbourne and South-West Sydney to join A-League  Western Melbourne and South-West Sydney to join A-League 13/12/18
A-League Expansion Decision Imminent  A-League Expansion Decision Imminent 11/12/18
Contract awarded for demolition of Allianz Stadium  Contract awarded for demolition of Allianz Stadium 10/12/18
Austadiums Awards 2018: Vote now!  Austadiums Awards 2018: Vote now! 8/12/18
Bankwest secure rights to Western Sydney Stadium  Bankwest secure rights to Western Sydney Stadium 5/12/18


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Fox Footy’s 19 Fearless Predictions for 2019: The AFL storylines we’re expecting next season

Most people try their hand at resolutions in the new year.

Adelaide Strikers defeat Brisbane Heat: Alex Carey leads Strikers to victory scoring 70 runs

Adelaide Strikers have made the perfect start to their Big Bash League title defence by downing Brisbane Heat by five wickets after a bizarre third umpire decision threatened to mar the tournament opener.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer named as Manchester United interim manager, replacing Jose Mourinho

Manchester United turned to a popular former player by hiring Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as manager until the end of the season on Wednesday, 20 seasons after he scored the winning goal in the Champions League final.

BBL08: Adelaide Strikers withdraw appeal after James Pattinson run out blunder

Adelaide captain Colin Ingram has revealed fast bowler Ben Laughlin was the player behind the Strikers wanting to withdraw their run out appeal.

Flanagan axed, Tigers boss gone: NRL comes down hard on Sharks and Tigers over major breaches

Todd Greenberg has heavily punished two NRL clubs for serious breaches, deregistering Tigers CEO Justin Pascoe and Sharks coach Shane Flanagan and issuing more than $2 million in fines.

WBBL04: Brisbane Heat batter Grace Harris breaks competition record with 42 ball hundred

Blink and you would’ve missed it.

Allan Border on The Follow-On: Why cricket needs Kohli’s ‘over the top carry on’

Virat Kohli in the second Test once again drew the ire of many Australian cricket fans who were infuriated by his excessive wicket celebrations and incessant sledging of Tim Paine.

BBL08: Melbourne Renegades forced to use new opening batting pair for first Big Bash match

The absence of Big Bash League stalwarts Aaron Finch and Marcus Harris has forced a major rejig for the Melboune Renegades ahead of their first BBL|08 match on Thursday.

Sunil Gavaskar’s warning for Virat Kohli, Ravi Shastri

The roles of Virat Kohli and Ravi Shastri should be reviewed if India fail to beat a depleted Australian side in their four-match Test series, cricket legend Sunil Gavaskar believes.

NBA Wrap: Jarrett Allen proves LeBron James is human with rarest of blocks

Jarrett Allen will be telling his grandkids about this one.

Burning questions following heavy sanctions handed down to Cronulla and Wests Tigers by NRL

The NRL has come down hard on Cronulla and the Wests Tigers, with CEO Todd Greenberg handing out more than $2 million in fines.

Tough calls loom with Socceroos set to name final Asian Cup squad

Graham Arnold must make the toughest calls of his Socceroos tenure when he decides who to tap and who to cull for his Asian Cup squad.

VFL fixture 2019: Curtain raisers to return to MCG

The MCG will host four VFL curtain raisers, with a new naming rights partner signing on for the 2019 season.

Rumour Mill: Manchester City eye Isco, Real Madrid target Lucas Torriera and AC Milan offer Alvaro Morata a lifeline

Arsenal have suffered a huge transfer blow as Manchester City have barged in on their deal to sign one of the world’s most exciting footballers.

Don’t let his win percentage fool you, Jose Mourinho had to go

A defeat to Liverpool over the weekend sounded the final death knell for Jose Mourinho’s two-and-a-half years in the Manchester United dugout.

Manchester United Rumour Mill: Toby Alderweireld and Douglas Costa on the radar

In wake of Jose Mourinho’s axing, the entire club is expecting a huge shake up — there’s big-name signings expected to arrive in January and current superstars now wanting to stay.

Victory hitmen on record-setting A-League run

After six straight wins, Melbourne Victory are firmly on track to break A-League goalscoring records this season.

Roy O’Donovan set for A-League return after grand final ban

Newcastle Jets coach Ernie Merrick doesn’t want returning striker Roy O’Donovan to change his style, as the Irishman prepares to return from his second lengthy A-League suspension.

F1 news: McLaren do not regret $100m decision to replace Honda with Renault

McLaren do not regret their “expensive” $100m split from Honda, insists the team’s chairman, despite it not improving their form in 2018.

Who will it be? The seven contenders to replace Shane Flanagan as Cronulla coach in 2019

Shane Flanagan has been de-registered by the NRL and Cronulla have another serious problem on their hands.

Hawthorn’s best 22 for 2019: Will Hawks aggressive trade strategy pay dividends next September?

So much has changed since Hawthorn last won a final.

Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United transfers assessed

Manchester United brought in 11 players during Jose Mourinho’s spell in charge, but how do you rate the signings?

NFL Pro Bowl: Aussie Michael Dickson voted into NFL’s All-Star game as first rookie punter in 33 years

Australian punter Michael Dickson has received an incredible honour and become the first rookie punter to make the Pro Bowl in 33 years. SEE THE FULL ROSTERS BELOW!

Wests Tigers CEO Justin Pascoe has been deregistered by the NRL for an alleged salary cap breach

In a stunning turn of events Wests Tigers CEO Justin Pascoe has been issued with a notice of intention to cancel his NRL registration over alleged breaches of the salary cap involving Robbie Farah.

Why Zinedine Zidane is the perfect candidate for Manchester United

The hunt begins.

Corey Norman signs a three-year deal with the Dragons after being released by the Eels

Corey Norman has signed a three-year-deal with the Dragons after being released from the remaining year of his contract with the Eels.

F1 news: Red Bull and Renault continue verbal war as Christian Horner weighs in

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has criticised Renault for letting down its own staff during the 2018 Formula One season in the latest public barb at their former engine supplier.

Australia vs India: What Ishant Sharma said to Ravindra Jadeja to spark heated stoush in Perth Test

“I will shove your anger up your a*** … don’t talk bulls***.”

Australia vs India Test series: How Tim Paine won the public

Steve Smith’s seat warmer and the best of a bad bunch; this arguably described best how Tim Paine was viewed by the cricket community two weeks ago.

What’s next for Jose Mourinho as a manager?

What’s next for the ‘Special One’? Following Jose Mourinho’s sacking at Manchester United, we look at where the Portuguese manager could go next with the help of

Melbourne Demons’ best 22 for 2019: The list every team will be out to beat

They may have the longest premiership drought in the AFL.

Adelaide Strikers coach Jason Gillespie lauds the recruitment of Victorian Matt Short ahead of BBL|08

Adelaide Strikers coach Jason Gillespie believes the signing of Victorian all-rounder Matt Short will be one of the “shrewdest signings” in the last few years of the Big Bash League.

Manchester City through to League Cup semis after surviving ’horrible’ penalty shootout

On a tumultuous day for Manchester United, cross-town rival Manchester City triumphed in what’s been branded one of the “worst penalty shootouts ever seen” to reach the League Cup semi-finals to stay in the hunt for four trophies this season.

Social media reaction: The best memes after Jose Mourinho sacked by Manchester United

The marriage of Jose Mourinho and Manchester United has officially come to an end.

Jose Mourinho sacked: Michael Carrick on why Manchester United getting Mauricio Pochettino could be too tough

Manchester United are expected to go hard for Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino in the summer following the sacking of Jose Mourinho on Tuesday, but it won’t be as simple as that.

Who are the candidates for the vacant Manchester United job?

Manchester United are once again in the hunt for a new manager after three disastrous appointments in five years.

Hawthorn young gun James Worpel is determined to make his ‘own name’ in famous guernsey after Ryan Burton’s departure

Young gun James Worpel has inherited one of the most famous numbers at Hawthorn and wants to make it his own.

Manchester United accidentally confirm Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as ‘interim manager’

Manchester United appear to have accidentally confirmed that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will become the ‘interim’ replacement to sacked boss Jose Mourinho in a website gaffe.

Mauricio Pochettino, Jurgen Klopp and Unai Emery express sympathy following Jose Mourinho’s sacking

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has played down suggestions he could replace Jose Mourinho at Manchester United.

Next level: Inside NBA teams’ plans to use ‘4-point line’ at practice to improve spacing

The analytics revolution has changed the way basketball is played, with even the most ardent traditionalist able to see that three is a bigger number than two.

Jose Mourinho sacked: Ex-Manchester United boss ‘didn’t see it coming’

Jose Mourinho has been sacked by Manchester United and it was surprising and not surprising all at once – least of all for the now former manager.

Gary Neville says excuse for Paul Pogba’s tweet after Jose Mourinho’s sacking is ‘garbage’

Gary Neville labelled suggestions Paul Pogba accidentally sent a cryptic tweet shortly after Jose Mourinho’s sacking as “garbage”.

Cameron Munster has made it clear that he wants the Maroons No.1 jersey in 2019

The battle for the 2019 Queensland No.1 jersey is already heating up, with Maroons five-eighth Cameron Munster declaring he wants the job next year.

Winter Olympics 2030: Salt Lake City looms as top contender despite bribery scandal ahead of 2002 Games

When Salt Lake City pursued the Winter Olympics more than two decades ago, competition was so fierce that lavishing International Olympic Committee members with gifts and favours seemed commonplace.

Man Utd will reportedly go all out for Mauricio Pochettino in summer and are willing to pay $70m

Mauricio Pochettino is the man Manchester United want as their new manager – and they are prepared to break the bank to get him.

Brisbane great Wally Lewis questions the Broncos decision to release Josh McGuire

Brisbane great Wally Lewis has laid down the challenge to the Broncos’ dynamic young pack, questioning the club’s decision to release Josh McGuire.

Manchester United sack Jose Mourinho after dismal run of Premier League results

Jose Mourinho has been sacked by Manchester United.

Former Miami Marlins president David Samson brags about helping sell team for $US1.2 billion at party

Former MLB team president and Survivor first boot David Samson has been filmed delivering a bizarre speech bragging about fleecing Miami taxpayers at an ESPN personality’s birthday party.

India makes angry denial in Virat Kohli’s sledging war with Tim Paine

India has slammed “baseless” reports of a sledging showdown between rival captains Tim Paine and Virat Kohli during the second Australia-India Test.

New details emerge about Majak Daw leading up to his bridge incident

New details have emerged about what preceded an incident involving AFL player Majak Daw on a Melbourne bridge that resulted in him being rescued by Victorian emergency services.

NRL 2019: Six coaches under the pump ahead of 2019

Let’s face it, every NRL coach is under pressure — it’s the nature of the job.

Indian Premier League auction 2019: Shaun Marsh and D’Arcy Short among Aussie rejections

Australians missed out on more than $3 million as a group of the nation’s best Twenty20 talent went untouched during the Indian Premier League auction on Tuesday night.

Inside story: How Manchester United and Jose Mourinho were doomed from the start

It ended after a dismal display against fierce rivals Liverpool. But the roots of Mourinho’s demise at English giants Manchester United stem from the moment he took the job.

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LIVE: Welcome to Fox Sports’ daily roundup of the stories you need to know about in the world of sports right now. Join us every weekday morning from 6.30am — 9am. Play on!

Rot runs deep: The sacking of Jose Mourinho won’t save Manchester United

The rot runs deep at Manchester United. Firing Jose Mourinho just removes the immediate stench of gloom.

Report: Shane Flanagan set to be banned from NRL

Under-fire Sharks coach Shane Flanagan will face the full force of the ARLC tomorrow and will reportedly cop an indefinite ban from the NRL over his latest controversy.

Jose Mourinho sacked: His Manchester United highs and lows

As Jose Mourinho is sacked by Manchester United, we recall the highs and lows of his Old Trafford tenure.

Gary Neville says Mauricio Pochettino would be ideal successor for Jose Mourinho

Mauricio Pochettino is the ideal man to replace Jose Mourinho as Manchester United manager, according to Gary Neville.

Paul Pogba deletes cryptic tweet posted after Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United sacking

Following Jose Mourinho’s sacking as Manchester United manager on Tuesday morning, Paul Pogba posted a cryptic tweet — but then quickly deleted it.

Graeme Souness said Jose Mourinho ‘would have known this was coming’ at Old Trafford

Manchester United’s decision to sack Jose Mourinho was inevitable, says Graeme Souness.

Zinedine Zidane eyes Manchester United job, Adrien Rabiot close to January move, Antonio Conte and Luka Modric on Inter’s radar

According to reports, one former Real coach would love to take charge at Old Trafford with Jose Mourinho now having got the sack.

Australian coach Justin Langer offers simple solution to Peter Handscomb’s form struggles

Australia coach Justin Langer says Peter Handscomb’s troubles aren’t necessarily a technique issue, but rather a ball-watching matter.

Stump mic LIVE: Every sledge picked up in fiery Perth Test

Fox Cricket’s revolutionary coverage of Australia’s Test series is taking fans closer to the action than ever before.

Australia vs India second Test: Aussies level series with first win since Sandpapergate

Australia v India second Test at Perth Stadium, Perth — day five

Exclusive Mitchell Johnson column: Why ‘disrespectful’ Virat Kohli just looks silly

At the end of the match you should be able to look each other in the eyes, shake hands and say ‘great contest’.

NBL to introduce Indigenous Round for 2019-20 season

The NBL has listened to both the plaudits and criticisms of Sunday’s game between the Illawarra Hawks and Sydney Kings, with an Indigenous Round set to be introduced for the 2019-20 season.

New rule change aimed at stamping out sin bin time-wasting

The NRL is attempting to stamp out time wasting from players sent to the sin bin.

Australia name squad for Boxing Day Test and New Year Tests

Australia has stuck with a winning formula and named an unchanged 13-man squad for the Boxing Day and SCG Tests against India.

India player ratings: Virat Kohli goes big as teammates fall like nine pins around him

Of all the Test pitches in Australia, this lively Perth deck was the one that favoured the home team most.

‘Very serious injuries’: Kangaroos boss speaks on Daw’s bridge fall

North Melbourne’s Majak Daw will undergo surgery on his broken hip in the coming days as the club requested privacy for the 27 year-old on Tuesday afternoon.

Maroons freshen up: Walters makes camp change ahead of 2019 Origin series

Camp Maroon will no longer be at Sanctuary Cove.

Burning questions for Australia and India ahead of Boxing Day Test

From Aaron Finch and Ravi Ashwin’s injury concerns to Australia’s middle order wobbles and India’s tail, both teams have some issues heading into the Boxing Day Test.

NBA Wrap: Bulls and Thunder in all-in ‘melee’, Suns win third straight, Giannis Antetokounmpo remains insane

”Now, we’ve got a melee.”

Tim Paine: You have to draw a line and stick up for yourself

Australia captain Tim Paine said his running feud with India skipper Virat Kohli was more about stepping up for his teammates than making a statement.

Michael Schumacher is ‘not bed ridden or surviving on tubes’ as new details emerge

Formula 1 legend Michael Schumacher is “not bedridden or surviving on tubes”, it has been claimed as new details about his recovery emerge.

Check out Brian Ortega’s unreal recovery after Max Holloway’s brutal beating made him look like this

Brian Ortega’s face was ruined during his loss to Max Holloway at UFC 231, but he’s somehow recovered to the point where you might not even have known he was in a fight.

Geelong champion Jimmy Bartel has joined the GWS board of directors

Triple premiership winner and Brownlow Medallist Jimmy Bartel has joined the GWS board of directors.

Australia vs India: Cracks, captains and THAT catch! Six moments that defined the second Test

Test cricket was at its finest during the second match of the Border-Gavaskar series which Australia won by 146 runs to draw level with India at 1-1.

New Orleans Saints defeat Carolina Panthers as NFC playoff picture becomes clearer

New Orleans put the clamps on Cam Newton, and the Saints beat the Carolina Panthers 12-9 on Monday night to take a big step toward locking up home-field advantage in the NFC playoffs.

Western Bulldogs premiership hero Tom Liberatore made the most of his year out of the game and is closing in on an AFL comeback

Tom Liberatore is a premiership hero, the son of a Western Bulldogs champion and one of the great enigmas in the AFL.

Nathan Lyon opens up on new Australian dressing room tradition created as a tribute to Phil Hughes

Nathan Lyon has lifted the lid on a touching dressing room tradition created to honour the late Phillip Hughes.

The bold decision to not pick a spinner that beat India before a ball was bowled

The Lyon King bowled Australia to victory in the second Test in Perth and in doing so showed India exactly where they went wrong.

Ben Simmons, Philadelphia 76ers put on forgettable showing in loss to San Antonio Spurs

That wasn’t pretty.

Ultimate guide to the eight stadiums used at the 2019 Asian Cup in the United Arab Emirates

Planning a trip to the United Arab Emirates for next year’s Asian Cup?

Australia player ratings: Nathan Lyon, Usman Khawaja brilliant but Peter Handscomb struggles

For the first time since March, Australia has won a Test match.

Ada Hegerberg gives perfect response to Ballon d’Or twerking storm

On the night Ada Hegerberg demanded football show more respect to women after being named the world’s best female player, she was asked to twerk.

John Kosmina queries how much the Mariners want to be in the A-League, says the club should have to justify its licence

Former Adelaide and Sydney coach John Kosmina has queried how much the Mariners’ management want to be in the A-League, and says the club should have to justify its licence in the competition.

Majak Daw: North Melbourne AFL star in hospital after ‘serious incident’ on Melbourne bridge

North Melbourne says the club is providing Majak Daw “full support” after the AFL star was hospitalised following a serious incident on a Melbourne bridge.

Corey Norman is set to join the Dragons after settling a pay dispute with Eels

Corey Norman’s contract saga appears to be over as The Daily Telegraph are reporting he will be unveiled by the Dragons with a three-year-deal on Tuesday.

Bulldogs great Graeme Hughes says that 2019 will make or break Kieran Foran

Canterbury great Graeme Hughes warns 2019 is make or break for Kieran Foran as the Dogs playmaker attempts to emerge from a three-year injury-affected lull.

Matthew Wade frustrated with lack of communication from Australian selectors

Tasmanian wicketkeeper/batsman Matthew Wade is frustrated with a lack of communication from Australian selectors, despite his strong batting form at State level.

Youngest scorer in Indian Super League, 16, suspended after it emerged he’s 28

The Indian Super League’s youngest ever goalscorer has allegedly been exposed as a fraud.

How Boban Marjanovic is better than Michael Jordan and LeBron James

All hail, Boban.

‘Praying for ya brother’: AFL rallies around North Melbourne defender Majak Daw

The AFL is rallying around North Melbourne defender Majak Daw, after he fell off the Bolte Bridge in Melbourne late on Monday night.

Wendell Sailor backs Broncos marquee man Jack Bird to return to his premiership-winning best

Brisbane great Wendell Sailor felt “sorry” for Jack Bird during his maiden NRL season at Red Hill and believes he was rushed back onto the park.

North legend Wayne Schwass: AFL must address mental health after Daw fall

North Melbourne legend Wayne Schwass has criticised the AFL over what he says is a failure to combat mental health issues rife throughout the game.

Harbhajan Singh adds fuel to fire over Andrew Symonds’ Monkeygate claims

Former India Test star Harbhajan Singh has effectively called Andrew Symonds a liar and accused the Australian of being a “fiction writer” over his version of the ‘Monkeygate’ controversy.

‘Gets the rub of the green’: Canelo accused of pre-title fight cheating

Canelo Alvarez was made to re-wrap his hands by Rocky Fielding’s team, the Brit’s trainer revealed.

The AFL draftees who nailed Year 12 VCE studies while also getting drafted in 2018

Most of us had a hard enough time just keeping up with the studying required for Year 12.

Exclusive: Matildas set to host four-team tournament in build-up to World Cup

The Matildas are set to host a blockbuster four-way tournament on home soil as their preparations for next year’s World Cup ramp up.

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