With Adelaide United's A-League season sunk, the Reds can focus on the Asian Champions League - and they may yet provide suffering supporters with some joy.
All South Australian National Premier League matches will be live-streamed or recorded after Football Federation SA entered into a new agreement with Sports Recording Services.
Five points adrift on the foot of the A-League ladder with two wins from 18 starts, the Reds are feeling the heat - both figuratively and literally. How to solve the figurative dilemma is anyone's guess but, argues Paul Marcuccitti, tackling the literal problem is a no-brainer.
The A-League's salary cap is a great idea for encouraging fairness and equality among clubs, writes Paul Marcuccitti... but for one small thing. It doesn't work.
Planned changes to World Cup qualification have prompted renewed speculation about Australia's future in the Asian Football Confederation. But, Paul Marcuccitti insists, the move to Asia was never merely about World Cup qualification - and its benefits go far beyond that.
An unfashionable new hero has emerged to give Adelaide United supporters hope, despite a tough start to the season and a tense week off the field, writes Paul Marcuccitti.