A first half strike from Thomas Kristensen helped a wasteful Brisbane hold off Central Coast 1-0 and claim their first win of the A-League season.
The loss keeps Central Coast without a win this season and extends their winless run to 13, however rookie coach Paul Okon will be buoyed by his team's effort.
Playing in their first home game of the season, the Mariners treated the 7,073 crowd with an intent missing from their 4-0 humiliation against Sydney FC a week earlier.
The return of Fabio Ferreira...
Brisbane Roar's W-League standoff has been resolved after the club backed down from an attempt to make players accept a 40 percent pay cut.
The decision means the Roar women's team will play this season on the terms agreed with former managing director Daniel Cobb.
Cobb offered increased deals just a few days before his two-month reign at the club came to an end earlier this year.
"The resolution that has been achieved is a sensible one and the renewed investment across the women's programme is...
Brisbane Roar coach John Aloisi has welcomed talk of a bid for another A-League team in the city, saying a cross-town rivalry would push both teams to be better.
Former Roar and Gold Coast United mentor Miron Bleiberg has revealed he is part of a consortium that is interested in bankrolling a second Brisbane A-League team and he has the money to make it happen.
Football Federation Australia is interested in expanding the competition by adding two teams, most likely in the next two or three seasons,...
Brisbane Roar coach John Aloisi is expecting an emphatic return to form when his A-League side takes on the Central Coast Mariners in Gosford on Saturday.
The Roar were beaten 4-0 by Newcastle last week in one of the worst performances of Aloisi's reign.
But the Socceroo great has seen enough evidence at training this week to suggest it was just a one-off, and not a pointer to what can be expected from them this season.
"It's quite simple -- we have to have a reaction," Aloisi told reporters on...