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Sydney FC promote teenage prodigy Charles Lokolingoy to first-team squad

Charles Lokolingoy
Charles Lokolingoy, 19, was last season's NPL 2 top-scorer with 27 goals in 28 games.

Sydney FC have pounced on future A-League star Charles Lokolingoy, promoting the prolific teenage striker to their first-team roster for the rest of the season.

The 19-year-old Young Socceroo, who emigrated with his family from the Democratic Republic of Congo aged 11, has been training with the squad on a scholarship contract this campaign but impressed coach Graham Arnold enough to earn a permanent spot.

Lokolingoy has enjoyed a stunning youth career with the Sky Blues, helping the team reach...

Wanderers fan group Red and Black Bloc slams FFA over crude tifo furore

A first-half goal to Brendon Santalab proved to be enough for the Western Sydney Wanderers to finally crack Sydney FC.
Brendon Santalab makes it clear that he wants to be in the starting XI for WSW's derby clash with Sydney.

Western Sydney's supporters group the Red and Black Bloc has slammed Football Federation Australia as being "dictatorial" for condemning a crude banner unfurled during Saturday's A-League derby.

RBB is standing by the banner which depicts a blue-faced man -- resembling Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold -- performing a sex act, before a crowd of nearly 45,000 at ANZ Stadium on Saturday.

The Wanderers, who have already been in strife over fan behaviour, are sweating on a suspended points deduction over...

PFA launch long-term vision to give stability to W-League players

Stephanie Catley & Jessica Fishlock
Melbourne City won the 2017 W-League title earlier this month.

A longer season, clear career paths and improved wages all feature in a new plan by Professional Footballers Australia (PFA) to bolster the W-League.

Frustrated with a slow going from Football Federation Australia to grow the league, the PFA unveiled its "60 at 60" initiative on Tuesday.

It aims to have 60 Australian players earning at least $60,000 annually from the sport.

Entitled "grassroots to greatness," the ambition is to win gold at the Tokyo Olympics in 2020 or the World Cup in 2023.


Jason Geria admits his form not good enough for Socceroos call-up

Melbourne Victory's Jason Geria
Jason Geria was brave enough to admit that his club form has been below par this season.

Defender Jason Geria has admitted that his form for Melbourne Victory in the A-League this season is not good enough for him to earn a Soccceroos call-up.

The Victory right-back has steadily improved his form this season, helping the A-League force push Sydney FC for the title.

Geria was called up for two qualifiers in March last year off the back of his club form and then debuted in a friendly match with Greece in June.

There's also a neon-lighted vacant sign over the right-back position.


Perth Glory's Andy Keogh fit to face Western Sydney Wanderers

Perth Glory coach Kenny Lowe and Andy Keogh
Andy Keogh has been declared fit for the Perth Glory.

Perth Glory striker Andy Keogh says he's fit to return in Saturday night's A-League clash with the Western Sydney Wanderers at nib Stadium.

Keogh missed last week's 2-2 draw with Brisbane because of a hamstring injury, but he trained strongly on Tuesday and declared himself ready to go against the Wanderers.

Glory sit in fifth spot on the ladder, but are just two points adrift of third spot.