Based now near Stoke in the UK after a long spell in Brisbane Australia, Marc Fox, will be covering the English Premier League, the Australian A-League, the Australian national team and Australian players overseas for Soccerphile. Marc also compiles our regular news updates. If you wish to hire Marc as a freelance writer or editor please contact him through Soccerphile.
Chris Hughton and his calm, practical guidance is reaping rewards at St. James Park.
Australian players seek loan deals in the run up to the World Cup in South Africa.
Sol Campbell rejoins Arsenal with the full support of boss Arsene Wenger.
Kuwait take on Australia in an Asian Cup qualifier.
Manchester City chase a Champions League spot after their showdown with Chelsea at Eastlands.
New franchise Melbourne Heart sign prodigy Kristian Sarkies and the experienced Matt Thompson.
Shane Lowry on loan at Plymouth Argyle hopes to make the Socceroos' World Cup squad.
Everton's crisis of confidence is evident in their displays so far this season.
Gold Coast United have capped their gate at just 5,000 spectators for the visit of North Queensland Fury and Robbie Fowler.
England veteran David Beckham is very much in coach Fabio Capello's plans for World Cup 2010.
Socceroos u-20s coach Jan Versleijen demands more playing time in the A-League for his young players.
Lucas Neill - Socceroos captain Lucas Neill moves to Everton on a one-year deal.
Promising youngsters Shane Lowry & Rhys Williams commit their futures to the Socceroos.
The 2009 summer transfer window closes with some last minute deals.
Gold Coast United and coach Miron Bleiberg have taken the A-League by storm.
Manchester City have bought wisely and well, going for settled Premiership performers.
Mark Viduka last played for the national team at the 2007 Asian Cup and his hopes for 2010 are fading fast.
Manchester City's chase of John Terry recalls Chelsea's pursuit of Steven Gerrard.
Newcastle Jets coach Gary van Egmond quits to take up a post with the FFA.
Glen Johnson is Liverpool's first big signing of the summer.
Mark Schwarzer tells coach Pim Verbeek's critics to back off and look ahead.
Newcastle Jets make the last 16 of the ACL with a narrow win over Ulsan Hyundai.
Newcastle United's Kevin Nolan knows what it's like to battle relegation.
Tottenham Hotspur could be heading for Europe this season.
Australian sides Central Coast Mariners & Newcastle failed to convince in their opening games in the ACL.
Arsene Wenger's Arsenal side have struggled to score this season.
Melbourne Victory won another controversial Grand Final with Adelaide United.
Gareth Barry wins praise from team mate Stilian Petrov.
Australia scrape a draw with Japan in Yokohama.
Manchester United lead the Premiership after Rafa Benitez's 'It's a fact' outburst.
David Carney links up with old Sydney FC coach Ian Crook at Norwich City.
There are a few surprises in Pim Verbeek's Asian Cup squad for the first round of qualifiers.
PSV's Jason Culina is mulling a return to Australia with Gold Coast United.
Adelaide United were impressive at the World Club Cup in Japan.
Mark Viduka & Craig Moore were in Brisbane for the Qatar qualifier; Moore on the pitch and Viduka on the sidelines. Will either of them be in South Africa come 2010?
Adelaide's Robbie Cornthwaite leads his team to the ACL semi-finals.
A look at Australia's options as the team enters the final round of qualification for the 2010 World Cup.
Lucas Neill looks set to miss vital home and away World Cup qualifiers.
Australia's drab draw with Singapore seems of little help as preparation for the big match with China.
Newcastle Jets win a controversial and stormy Grand Final with Central Coast Mariners.
Newcastle beat Queensland 3-2 in the preliminary final as Queensland boss Frank Farina fumes.
Australia defeated Qatar 3-0 in Melbourne to get Pim Verbeek's men off to a winning start, but tougher challenges lie ahead.
Pim Verbeek is the new Australian national team coach while Beckham breezes through Sydney.
John Kosima takes over as the new coach at Sydney FC after Branko Culina is shown the door.
John Aloisi & Ahmad Elrich join the A-League after careers in Europe.
Branko Culina & Sydney FC are struggling in the A-League and accused of "arrogance" by the press.
Graham Arnold - the Socceroos's caretaker coach defends his legacy of bringing on new players.
A-League In Numbers - Juninho's salary, the number of returning Socceroos, English and Brazilian players. All the statistics for the new season.
A-League goes samba as Juninho, Jardel et al head down under.
Australia exit the Asian Cup in the quarters and the post-mortem begins in earnest.
Graham Arnold is looking for the right balance in team selection as the coach must look to the future.
Lucas Neill predicts Australia will win the 2007 Asian Cup.
Asian Cup 2007 - the Socceroos have learnt the lessons of poor preparation by A-League clubs in the ACL.
FC Sydney & Adelaide United have prepared and performed poorly in this year's Asian Champions League.
Mark Viduka - will the Middlesbrough striker be around for the Asian Cup?
FC Sydney v Urawa Reds - honors even in a 2-2 draw in Sydney.
John Kosmina resigns as coach of Adelaide United as Aurelio Vidmar is in at the deep end as his replacement.
Archie Thompson nets five as Melbourne crush Adelaide at Telstar Stadium.
Terry Butcher learns to relax at Sydney FC.
Rob Baan is appointed the new technical director of the FFA.
The A-League - all the latest news from Australia as the A-League heads in to the Christmas Break.
The New Zealand Knights after two seasons at the bottom of the A-League have folded.
A mid-season update on all the action Down Under.
A-League Team Profiles, squad previews and key players - New Zealand Knights, Adelaide United, Newcastle United and Queensland Roar.
The new Australian football league - the A-League - kicks off in August 2005. 8 teams, a new format and some new names. What are its chances of replicating the success of the Japanese J-League on which it is loosely based?
The new Australian hope up front - Archie Thompson - is tearing up the A-League.
Opportunities and perils - in the form of Bahrain - await Australia.
A national hero in Japan, former national team center forward Kazu "King Kazu" Miura has made the move to the A-League.
Dwight Yorke at FC Sydney, Ned Zelic with Newcastle Jets and Shengqing Qu at Adelaide United are the A-League's first three 'big-name' players.
Asian Success, Marc Fox looks at Australia's decision to jump ship to the Asian Football Confederation.
The Road to Germany, Marc Fox looks at Australia's performance at the Confederations Cup.
FC Sydney's assistant coach, Ian Crook, talks to Soccerphile about the inaugural A-League season.
Once again the Socceroos to Face Uruguay for a spot at the World Cup.
In a thrilling match, the Socceroos downed Uruguay and are on their way to the World Cup.