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Herald Sun
Cahill’s word of warning to new RoosBACK at the ground where he scored his first header, Tim Cahill has warned the
Cahill’s word of warning to new Roos
Herald Sun / Posted 3 hours ago
BACK at the ground where he scored his first header, Tim Cahill has warned the pretenders to his role in the Socceroos that they will have to deliver consistently in order to be a success. Preparing to face Greece on Saturday in the first of... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Medical staff walk out on RoarFFA issues Roar owner Nirwan Bakrie deadline extension | DailyTelegraph Search
Medical staff walk out on Roar
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 hours ago
FFA issues Roar owner Nirwan Bakrie deadline extension | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this... Read more
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The World Game
Plot thickens as Roar owners given extension by FFABrisbane Roar's embattled owners have been given another week to provide Footba
Plot thickens as Roar owners given extension by FFA
The World Game / Posted 6 hours ago
Brisbane Roar's embattled owners have been given another week to provide Football Federation Australia with a "comprehensive response" to the governing body's concerns over the A-League club's administrative and financial issues. It gives Indonesian... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Cahill’s word of warning to new RoosTim Cahill warns Socceroos’ rising stars that they have to take every chance th
Cahill’s word of warning to new Roos
Daily Telegraph / Posted 6 hours ago
Tim Cahill warns Socceroos’ rising stars that they have to take every chance that comes their way | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Cahill’s word of warning to new RoosBACK at the ground where he scored his first header, Tim Cahill has warned the
Cahill’s word of warning to new Roos
Adelaide Now / Posted 8 hours ago
BACK at the ground where he scored his first header, Tim Cahill has warned the pretenders to his role in the Socceroos that they will have to deliver consistently in order to be a success. Preparing to face Greece on Saturday in the first of... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Cahill’s word of warning to new RoosBACK at the ground where he scored his first header, Tim Cahill has warned the
Cahill’s word of warning to new Roos
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 8 hours ago
BACK at the ground where he scored his first header, Tim Cahill has warned the pretenders to his role in the Socceroos that they will have to deliver consistently in order to be a success. Preparing to face Greece on Saturday in the first of... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Cahill’s word of warning to new RoosBACK at the ground where he scored his first header, Tim Cahill has warned the
Cahill’s word of warning to new Roos
The Courier Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
BACK at the ground where he scored his first header, Tim Cahill has warned the pretenders to his role in the Socceroos that they will have to deliver consistently in order to be a success. Preparing to face Greece on Saturday in the first of... Read more
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SportsFan
Roar in limbo after FFA grants extensionPlot thickens as Roar D-Day arrives Photo Source: AAP Brisbane Roar's embattl
Roar in limbo after FFA grants extension
SportsFan / Posted 9 hours ago
Plot thickens as Roar D-Day arrives Photo Source: AAP Brisbane Roar's embattled owners have been given yet another chance to show why they should remain in charge of the A-League club. Football Federation Australia has granted the Bakrie Group an... Read more
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Adelaide Now
De Marigny returning to VictoryNEWCASTLE assistant coach Jean-Paul de Marigny will leave the A-League club to
De Marigny returning to Victory
Adelaide Now / Posted 11 hours ago
NEWCASTLE assistant coach Jean-Paul de Marigny will leave the A-League club to reunite with Kevin Muscat at Melbourne Victory. De Marigny, who first joined Victory in 2013 and was a key part of their 2014-15 premiership-championship double, spent... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Brisbane Roar ownership: Former CEO tendered his resignation three months agoTHE former chief executive of Brisbane Roar tendered his resignation three mont
Brisbane Roar ownership: Former CEO tendered his resignation three months ago
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 11 hours ago
THE former chief executive of Brisbane Roar tendered his resignation three months ago after repeatedly warning their embattled Indonesian owners he would leave if they didn’t pay closer attention to the A-League club. AAP understands CEO David... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
De Marigny returning to VictoryNEWCASTLE assistant coach Jean-Paul de Marigny will leave the A-League club to
De Marigny returning to Victory
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 11 hours ago
NEWCASTLE assistant coach Jean-Paul de Marigny will leave the A-League club to reunite with Kevin Muscat at Melbourne Victory. De Marigny, who first joined Victory in 2013 and was a key part of their 2014-15 premiership-championship double, spent... Read more
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The Courier Mail
De Marigny returning to VictoryNEWCASTLE assistant coach Jean-Paul de Marigny will leave the A-League club to
De Marigny returning to Victory
The Courier Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
NEWCASTLE assistant coach Jean-Paul de Marigny will leave the A-League club to reunite with Kevin Muscat at Melbourne Victory. De Marigny, who first joined Victory in 2013 and was a key part of their 2014-15 premiership-championship double, spent... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
De Marigny returning to VictoryJean-Paul de Marigny leaving Newcastle Jets to return to Melbourne Victory as a
De Marigny returning to Victory
Daily Telegraph / Posted 11 hours ago
Jean-Paul de Marigny leaving Newcastle Jets to return to Melbourne Victory as assistant coach | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this... Read more
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SportsFan
Assistant coach De Marigny rejoins VictoryNewcastle assistant coach Jean-Paul de Marigny will leave the A-League club to
Assistant coach De Marigny rejoins Victory
SportsFan / Posted 12 hours ago
Newcastle assistant coach Jean-Paul de Marigny will leave the A-League club to reunite with Kevin Muscat at Melbourne Victory. De Marigny, who first joined Victory in 2013 and was a key part of their 2014-15 premiership-championship double, spent... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Plot thickens as Brisbane Roar D-Day arrivesBrisbane Roar ownership: Former CEO tendered his resignation three months ago |
Plot thickens as Brisbane Roar D-Day arrives
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 hours ago
Brisbane Roar ownership: Former CEO tendered his resignation three months ago | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Plot thickens as Brisbane Roar D-Day arrivesTHE former chief executive of Brisbane Roar tendered his resignation three mont
Plot thickens as Brisbane Roar D-Day arrives
The Courier Mail / Posted 13 hours ago
THE former chief executive of Brisbane Roar tendered his resignation three months ago after repeatedly warning their embattled Indonesian owners he would leave if they didn’t pay closer attention to the A-League club. AAP understands CEO David... Read more
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SportsFan
Sport news update, what you need to knowLEAGUE - Parramatta have begun their long climb back to NRL respectability, ral
Sport news update, what you need to know
SportsFan / Posted 21 hours ago
LEAGUE - Parramatta have begun their long climb back to NRL respectability, rallying to beat wooden-spoon favourites Newcastle 20-18 in a thriller at Hunter Stadium. LEAGUE - Josh Dugan will miss a month of NRL action due to the elbow injury that... Read more
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SportsFan
Plot thickens as Roar D-Day arrivesThe former chief executive of Brisbane Roar tendered his resignation three mont
Plot thickens as Roar D-Day arrives
SportsFan / Posted 22 hours ago
The former chief executive of Brisbane Roar tendered his resignation three months ago after repeatedly warning their embattled Indonesian owners he would leave if they didn't pay closer attention to the A-League club. AAP understands CEO David... Read more
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SportsFan
Brisbane Roar owners request FFA extensionThe Bakrie Group has asked FFA for a seven-day extension to provide their plan
Brisbane Roar owners request FFA extension
SportsFan / Posted yesterday
The Bakrie Group has asked FFA for a seven-day extension to provide their plan for Brisbane Roar's future Photo Source: AAP Brisbane Roar's ownership group has asked Football Federation Australia to give them seven more days to outline their vision... Read more
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vitalfootball co uk
Boro tipped for successWhat's being said in the forum now? Former Middlesbrough defender Rhys William
Boro tipped for success
vitalfootball co uk / Posted 2 days ago
What's being said in the forum now? Former Middlesbrough defender Rhys Williams fully expects them to prosper in the Premier League next season.The 27-year-old recently returned to his Australian homeland to take up an offer with A-League club Perth... Read more
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FIFA
Oceania contenders ready themselves in hunt for gloryIt has been a long wait for Oceania’s eight leading nations, but finally the ch
Oceania contenders ready themselves in hunt for glory
FIFA / Posted 3 days ago
It has been a long wait for Oceania’s eight leading nations, but finally the chance to shine on the biggest stage of all has arrived. The OFC Nations Cup commences in Papua New Guinea on Saturday, with a ticket to the FIFA Confederations Cup Russia... Read more
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FIFA
Oceanian contenders ready themselves in hunt for gloryIt has been a long wait for Oceania’s eight leading nations, but finally the ch
Oceanian contenders ready themselves in hunt for glory
FIFA / Posted 4 days ago
It has been a long wait for Oceania’s eight leading nations, but finally the chance to shine on the biggest stage of all has arrived. The OFC Nations Cup commences in Papua New Guinea on Saturday, with a ticket to the FIFA Confederations Cup Russia... Read more
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The World Game
Archie Thompson still A-League quality believes Phoenix coach MerrickMerrick, who coached Melbourne Victory to win two A-League championships with T
Archie Thompson still A-League quality believes Phoenix coach Merrick
The World Game / Posted 4 days ago
Merrick, who coached Melbourne Victory to win two A-League championships with Thompson as a star player there, said that if one of the leading clubs wanted to pick him up they would have a fantastic option off the bench when they were chasing a goal... Read more
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SportsFan
Mark Bridge leaves Wanderers for ThailandWestern Sydney all-time leading goal-scorer Mark Bridge has officially left the
Mark Bridge leaves Wanderers for Thailand
SportsFan / Posted 4 days ago
Western Sydney all-time leading goal-scorer Mark Bridge has officially left the A-League club to join Thai Premier League outfit Chiangrai United. It means the May 1 A-League grand final loss to Adelaide United was Bridge's final game for the club,... Read more
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The Age
Victory crash out of Asia in JeonjuJeonbuk's Leonardo, as in the first leg, proved the difference between the two
Victory crash out of Asia in Jeonju
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
Jeonbuk's Leonardo, as in the first leg, proved the difference between the two sides. Photo: Getty Images Brazilian forward Leonardo has dished out another piece of Asian Champions heartache for Melbourne Victory and put Jeonbuk Motors into Asia's... Read more
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SportsFan
Victory crash out of Asia in JeonjuBrazilian forward Leonardo has dished out another piece of Asian Champions hear
Victory crash out of Asia in Jeonju
SportsFan / Posted 7 days ago
Brazilian forward Leonardo has dished out another piece of Asian Champions heartache for Melbourne Victory and put Jeonbuk Motors into Asia's last eight. The A-League club tumbled out of Asia on Tuesday in Jeonju, South Korea, losing 2-1 on the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Victory crash out of Asia in JeonjuJeonbuk's Leonardo, as in the first leg, proved the difference between the two
Victory crash out of Asia in Jeonju
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
Jeonbuk's Leonardo, as in the first leg, proved the difference between the two sides. Photo: Getty Images Brazilian forward Leonardo has dished out another piece of Asian Champions heartache for Melbourne Victory and put Jeonbuk Motors into Asia's... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Thompson's Victory career over as Jeonbuk claim ACL tieMelbourne Victory out of Asian Champions League to Jeonbuk, ending Archie Thomp
Thompson's Victory career over as Jeonbuk claim ACL tie
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
Melbourne Victory out of Asian Champions League to Jeonbuk, ending Archie Thompson's time at club Brazilian forward Leonardo has dished out another piece of Asian Champions heartache for Melbourne Victory and put Jeonbuk Motors into Asia's last... Read more
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The World Game
EXPOSE: Players open up about W-League conditions | ZelaIt’s still dark. Around Jasmine* it feels as if the rest of the world is sleepi
EXPOSE: Players open up about W-League conditions | Zela
The World Game / Posted 7 days ago
It’s still dark. Around Jasmine* it feels as if the rest of the world is sleeping as she prepares to head to the gym minutes from her house for another rehabilitation session. When she reaches the gym it’s just Jasmine and her trainer in corner,... Read more
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Football Australia
Melbourne Victory's Kosta Barbarouses has unfinished business in JeonjuVictory will take on Jeonbuk on Tuesday night knowing they must score in their
Melbourne Victory's Kosta Barbarouses has unfinished business in Jeonju
Football Australia / Posted 8 days ago
Victory will take on Jeonbuk on Tuesday night knowing they must score in their Round of 16 second leg if they are to have any hope of progression to the ACL's quarter-finals after last week's 1-1 draw in Melbourne. Two years ago, Victory visited... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Failed vocation education group to sue government for $253 millionAdministrators of failed vocational education group Australian Careers Network
Failed vocation education group to sue government for $253 million
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 days ago
Administrators of failed vocational education group Australian Careers Network are considering pursuing legal action against the government to secure $253 million in funding despite a current criminal case against the company over allegedly forging... Read more
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WA Today
Failed vocation education group to sue government for $253 millionAdministrators of failed vocational education group Australian Careers Network
Failed vocation education group to sue government for $253 million
WA Today / Posted 8 days ago
Administrators of failed vocational education group Australian Careers Network are considering pursuing legal action against the government to secure $253 million in funding despite a current criminal case against the company over allegedly forging... Read more
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The Age
Failed vocation education group to sue government for $253 millionEducation salesman Gagandeep Sachdeva and his new Porsche. He claims he is owed
Failed vocation education group to sue government for $253 million
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
Education salesman Gagandeep Sachdeva and his new Porsche. He claims he is owed over $43 million from ACN. Photo: Facebook Administrators of failed vocational education group Australian Careers Network are considering pursuing legal action against... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Failed vocation education group to sue government for $253 millionEducation salesman Gagandeep Sachdeva and his new Porsche. He claims he is owed
Failed vocation education group to sue government for $253 million
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 8 days ago
Education salesman Gagandeep Sachdeva and his new Porsche. He claims he is owed over $43 million from ACN. Photo: Facebook Administrators of failed vocational education group Australian Careers Network are considering pursuing legal action against... Read more
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Canberra Times
Failed vocation education group to sue government for $253 millionAdministrators of failed vocational education group Australian Careers Network
Failed vocation education group to sue government for $253 million
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
Administrators of failed vocational education group Australian Careers Network are considering pursuing legal action against the government to secure $253 million in funding despite a current criminal case against the company over allegedly forging... Read more
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The World Game
Albert Riera calls time on Wellington Phoenix careerThe 32 year-old former paramedic, who arrived in New Zealand as a backpacker, h
Albert Riera calls time on Wellington Phoenix career
The World Game / Posted 10 days ago
The 32 year-old former paramedic, who arrived in New Zealand as a backpacker, has had his contract with the A-League club terminated by mutual consent. Riera, who played 68 times for the Phoenix, turned down the final year of his contract after he... Read more
11d
Daily Examiner
Gunners get recognition from Northern NSW FootballSOCCER: Volunteers are at the foundation of every sporting club. They are the c
Gunners get recognition from Northern NSW Football
Daily Examiner / Posted 11 days ago
SOCCER: Volunteers are at the foundation of every sporting club. They are the conscientious workers who request no praise and no accolades, but do their utmost in the interest of the club. But it is important to recognise these efforts and two... Read more
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Football Australia
Graham Arnold thrilled as Sydney FC grab 1-1 draw with Shandong LunengAttacker David Carney scored a crucial away goal for the Sky Blues in the first
Graham Arnold thrilled as Sydney FC grab 1-1 draw with Shandong Luneng
Football Australia / Posted 12 days ago
Attacker David Carney scored a crucial away goal for the Sky Blues in the first half on Wednesday night before Diego Tardelli levelled things up just after the break in a see-sawing contest. The Hyundai A-League club managed to hold on for the... Read more
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The World Game
Luring the likes of Torres to the A-League getting tougherHowever, the 32 year-old Spaniard has also been buoyed by recent negotiations b
Luring the likes of Torres to the A-League getting tougher
The World Game / Posted 13 days ago
However, the 32 year-old Spaniard has also been buoyed by recent negotiations between his management and Atletico on a new deal, thanks to his current good form, making it extremely doubtful he will find his way to Asia at all this time... Read more
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Football Australia
Where to next for Melbourne Victory's Archie Thompson?It’s been one hell of a ride for the lovable attacker, providing so many memori
Where to next for Melbourne Victory's Archie Thompson?
Football Australia / Posted 13 days ago
It’s been one hell of a ride for the lovable attacker, providing so many memories and more than 100 goals in all competitions. He’s enjoyed a glittering career in the Hyundai A-League, claiming two Victory Medals (2007/08 and 2009/10) and two... Read more
13d
SportsFan
Simon expecting Shandong ACL onslaughtIf any Sydney FC player can claim to boast Asian Champions League experience it
Simon expecting Shandong ACL onslaught
SportsFan / Posted 13 days ago
If any Sydney FC player can claim to boast Asian Champions League experience it's striker Matt Simon, but even he's yet to set foot in the unfamiliar territory of the last 16. With two previous ACL campaigns under his belt for former A-League club... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Thompson's Victory swansong arrives with Jeonbuk clashMelbourne Victory to farewell Archie Thompson against Jeonbuk for Asian Champio
Thompson's Victory swansong arrives with Jeonbuk clash
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 14 days ago
Melbourne Victory to farewell Archie Thompson against Jeonbuk for Asian Champions League top eight spot Melbourne Victory fans have a final chance for a home farewell for Archie Thompson on Tuesday night but the A-League club insists emotion will be... Read more
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SportsFan
Thompson's Victory swansong arrivesMelbourne Victory fans have a final chance for a home farewell to Archie Thomps
Thompson's Victory swansong arrives
SportsFan / Posted 14 days ago
Melbourne Victory fans have a final chance for a home farewell to Archie Thompson on Tuesday night but the A-League club insists there won't be emotion wrapped up in their first Asian Champions League knock-out match. Victory host Jeonbuk Motors at... Read more
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The World Game
Sydney FC bid to sign Fornaroli failsDespite an offer well in excess of $1 million per season, Fornaroli will not ma
Sydney FC bid to sign Fornaroli fails
The World Game / Posted 15 days ago
Despite an offer well in excess of $1 million per season, Fornaroli will not make the move north from Melbourne City with the club adamant they would not give their star striker a mutual termination of his contract. Sydney FC captain Alex Brosque is... Read more
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The World Game
Jets could be sold by the end of JuneIt is understood accounting giants Ernst & Young has been hired by Lee's Ledman
Jets could be sold by the end of June
The World Game / Posted 15 days ago
It is understood accounting giants Ernst & Young has been hired by Lee's Ledman Group, a major LED lighting manufacturer and football sponsor, to undertake due diligence on the A-League club. FFA has also been conducting its own investigations, and... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Main draw in sight for WolvesIt's impossible to miss the carrot being dangled in front of both us at the Wol
Main draw in sight for Wolves
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 15 days ago
It's impossible to miss the carrot being dangled in front of both us at the Wolves and Wagga City Wanderers this week. It's impossible to miss the carrot being dangled in front of both us at the Wolves and Wagga City Wanderers this week. The task... Read more
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SportsFan
Jets could be sold by new financial yearThe Newcastle Jets could be sold by June Photo Source: AAP Football Federatio
Jets could be sold by new financial year
SportsFan / Posted 15 days ago
The Newcastle Jets could be sold by June Photo Source: AAP Football Federation Australia's long-mooted sale of Newcastle Jets could be done by the end of June, with Chinese businessman Martin Lee in the final stages of negotiating a deal understood... Read more
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Football Australia
Graham Arnold urges Sydney FC to seize Asian Champions League chanceIn the club’s biggest ACL clash in their history, a fresh and fit Sky Blues are
Graham Arnold urges Sydney FC to seize Asian Champions League chance
Football Australia / Posted 15 days ago
In the club’s biggest ACL clash in their history, a fresh and fit Sky Blues are confident of an away win after defying the odds to top their qualifying group. Arnold flew to China early to watch Shandong play over the weekend, a 0-0 draw with... Read more
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Canberra Times
Optus enters the fray for Football Federation Australia TV rightsOptus is pursuing broadcast rights for the A-League and a number of Socceroos m
Optus enters the fray for Football Federation Australia TV rights
Canberra Times / Posted 15 days ago
Optus is pursuing broadcast rights for the A-League and a number of Socceroos matches to bolster its football offering as it faces criticism for limiting its English Premier League coverage to its own customers. Chief executive Allan Lew told... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Optus enters the fray for Football Federation Australia TV rightsOptus is pursuing broadcast rights for the A-League and a number of Socceroos m
Optus enters the fray for Football Federation Australia TV rights
Brisbane Times / Posted 15 days ago
Optus is pursuing broadcast rights for the A-League and a number of Socceroos matches to bolster its football offering as it faces criticism for limiting its English Premier League coverage to its own customers. Chief executive Allan Lew told... Read more
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