Sydney's Premier League week kicks off tonight at ANZ Stadium as they host Tottenham Hotspur.
Michael Lynch Turkeys rarely vote for Christmas, so it's hardly surprising that Sepp Blatter managed to win the FIFA election on Friday and gain for himself a fifth term as president of the world's biggest sports body.
Nick Miller Frank Lowy is not happy. But after yet another loss in Zurich, he is philosophical.
Tom Cowie Freshly returned FIFA president Sepp Blatter has given a truly bizarre re-election speech, as sport fans everywhere wonder how the man who presided over a major corruption scandal managed to keep his job.
Nick Miller Sepp Blatter has been forced into a second round of voting in his bid for another four-year term as FIFA president, at the end of a week in which his organisation was plunged into a major corruption scandal.
Rick Feneley Bribery, racketeering, money-laundering … It's not the mafia but football, and Australia will not escape the scandal that taints two generations of the world's most popular game. Rick Feneley reports.
Sebastian Hassett With temporary stints at nine different clubs in four years, Tottenham's Andros Townsend spent more time on loan than the most popular book at a public library.
Michael Lynch I can't remember when I began to support Spurs. Properly support them I mean.
Michael Lynch Australia's decision to move against Sepp Blatter will give its enemies in the Asian Football Confederation another reason to try to kick it out.
Dominic Bossi The tours of Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur to Sydney are set to inject $18 million into the NSW economy as a result of a major influx of interstate and international tourists travelling specifically for the match.