Robbie Fowler and his assistant Tony Grant went home to England in March when the season was suspended because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Robbie Fowler believes his decision to move to Australia was a gamble that paid off and that his Brisbane Roar side would have been contenders for a third A-League title had the coronavirus outbreak not intervened.
FC Tokyo came into the last round of the season needing a victory by four goals or more for their first title but were unable to threaten Yokohama's solid defense
A-League club Brisbane Roar appoint former Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler as head coach on two-year deal
Former Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler has been appointed coach of A-League club Brisbane Roar, taking his first serious management role in the Australian top flight where he enjoyed a two-year stint as a player.
Usain Bolt turns down professional contract from Maltese champions Valletta FC to remain in Australia
Usain Bolt has rejected offers from Maltese club Valletta FC to continue training with the Central Coast Mariners in Australia, where he is yet to receive a professional contract.
FIFA World Cup 2018 qualifiers: Australia coach Ange Postecoglou refuses to deny reports of him quitting
"I am aware of reports today suggesting that I will step down as head coach of the Socceroos next month," Postecoglou said in an FFA statement.