Former Socceroo Craig Moore believes A-League clubs should only go after Harry Kewell if he's genuinely interested in returning to Australia.
Newcastle Jets defender Ljubo Milicevic says his decision to seek a move to Europe hasn't seen him frozen out of the A-League club.
Few A-League matches matter more to Newcastle Jet Ljubo Milicevic than a visit to his former stomping ground at the Melbourne Victory.
Despite the drama of the Newcastle Jets near-collapse, FFA boss Ben Buckley says there's no intention to stop the A-League's expansion into Western Sydney.
Sydney FC's Stuart Musialik says the A-League and Football Federation Australia must do everything in their power to keep the Newcastle Jets alive.
Branko Culina believes his Newcastle players are set to ignite the A-League, saying "superstars" will emerge from EnergyAustralia Stadium this season.
Newcastle Jets coach Branko Culina has challenged his players to overcome the challenge of a three-game week and keep their standards high.
Newcastle Jets coach Branko Culina wants his players to believe they're good enough to topple clubs like Sydney, Gold Coast and Melbourne.
Newcastle Jets have issued a please explain letter to absent star Joel Griffiths and ruled out a deal with Chinese club Beijing Guoan for the wantaway striker.
Newcastle Jets have completed the signing of English striker Michael Bridges for the remainder of the A-League season.
Newcastle Jets coach Branko Culina wants players and fans to keep the faith despite a three-game losing streak.
Newcastle Jets midfielder Matthew Thompson will lead the A-League club during its 2009 Asian Champions League campaign.
Newcastle Jets CEO John Tsatsimas said he was disappointed in Joel Griffiths after he was sent off but denied the struggling club had discipline problems.
Former Newcastle Jet Ljubo Milicevic is heading to Switzerland on Saturday and expects to have a deal in Europe completed within in a fortnight.
Ali Abbas will take on North Queensland for Newcastle in the A-League on Tuesday but in an ideal world he'd be helping Iraq defend the Asian Cup in Qatar.
Sydney FC defender Hayden Foxe believes his A-League team will face a tough battle to overcome Newcastle on Sunday and move off the bottom of the ladder.