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Football Australia
Joeys prepare to face USA and FranceThe Aussie U-17 side will play matches against the USA and France next week as
Joeys prepare to face USA and France
Football Australia / Posted 36 minutes ago
The Aussie U-17 side will play matches against the USA and France next week as well as the Stade Rennais Youth Team in Limoges. Football Federation Australia’s Technical Director Peter de Roo said the European tour had to be organised quickly and... Read more
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Football Australia
Socceroo Tommy Oar signs for Championship club Ipswich TownThe former Brisbane Roar star parted ways with Dutch club FC Utrecht at the end
Socceroo Tommy Oar signs for Championship club Ipswich Town
Football Australia / Posted 4 hours ago
The former Brisbane Roar star parted ways with Dutch club FC Utrecht at the end of last season after failing to come to terms on a contract extension. Ipswich Town, who lead the standings in England's second tier with three wins and a draw to start... Read more
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WA Today
World Cup qualifiers: Three key players ruled out for SocceroosMile Jedinak: The skipper is sidelined. Photo: Brendan Esposito Socceroos boss
World Cup qualifiers: Three key players ruled out for Socceroos
WA Today / Posted 5 hours ago
Mile Jedinak: The skipper is sidelined. Photo: Brendan Esposito Socceroos boss Ange Postecoglou has been forced to reshuffle his pack for a World Cup qualifier after three key players, including skipper Mile Jedinak, withdrew from the party for the... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Competing for support: Game OnThe power games around sport in Wollongong took another twist this week. Sydne
Competing for support: Game On
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 hours ago
The power games around sport in Wollongong took another twist this week. Sydney's Andrew Hoole, centre, competes for the ball against Adelaide's Tarek Elrich and Pablo Sanchez Alberto. Picture: GETTY IMAGES COMMENT The power games around sport in... Read more
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The World Game
Oar seals deal with Championship side IpswichThe 23-year-old is expected to complete formalities in England on Saturday befo
Oar seals deal with Championship side Ipswich
The World Game / Posted 7 hours ago
The 23-year-old is expected to complete formalities in England on Saturday before flying out to join his Socceroos team-mates the following day for the FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Bangladesh in Perth next Thursday and then in Tajikistan five... Read more
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FIFA
Socceroos lose star trio for qualifiersAustralia coach Ange Postecoglou has lost three foreign-based stars to injury a
Socceroos lose star trio for qualifiers
FIFA / Posted 17 hours ago
Australia coach Ange Postecoglou has lost three foreign-based stars to injury ahead of 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ qualifiers next month against Bangladesh and Tajikistan, Football Federation Australia said on Friday. Crystal Palace and Socceroos... Read more
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The World Game
Brattan leaves Brisbane after failure to pay superBrattan's exit is the first major player exit since news broke of unpaid wages
Brattan leaves Brisbane after failure to pay super
The World Game / Posted 20 hours ago
Brattan's exit is the first major player exit since news broke of unpaid wages and superannuation to Roar's players and staff. During his six seasons with the club Brattan played 83 matches and won three championships. A statement released by... Read more
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Football Australia
FFA CEO David Gallop warns Brisbane Roar owners Bakrie Group“It was worthwhile to finally have two senior executives of the Bakrie Group in
FFA CEO David Gallop warns Brisbane Roar owners Bakrie Group
Football Australia / Posted 21 hours ago
“It was worthwhile to finally have two senior executives of the Bakrie Group in Australia and in my office to have a frank discussion about the Brisbane Roar’s future,” Gallop said on Friday. “The Bakrie Group is under no illusion of what’s required... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Socceroos lose star trio for World Cup qualifiersSYDNEY - Australia coach Ange Postecoglou has lost three foreign-based stars to
Socceroos lose star trio for World Cup qualifiers
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 21 hours ago
SYDNEY - Australia coach Ange Postecoglou has lost three foreign-based stars to injury ahead of World Cup qualifiers next month against Bangladesh and Tajikistan, Football Federation Australia said Friday. Australia's Mile Jedinak (L) and... Read more
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Liverpool FC
Mignolet: We're seeing the benefits of pre-season workThe Reds haven’t conceded a goal so far, keeping a trio of clean sheets in thei
Mignolet: We're seeing the benefits of pre-season work
Liverpool FC / Posted 22 hours ago
The Reds haven’t conceded a goal so far, keeping a trio of clean sheets in their opening three matches of the campaign. Mignolet feels much of that is owed to the meticulous efforts they put in on the training pitch over the summer, as well as the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Brisbane Roar owner given reprieve by FFABrisbane Roar owner the Bakrie Group given final warning by Football Federation
Brisbane Roar owner given reprieve by FFA
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 22 hours ago
Brisbane Roar owner the Bakrie Group given final warning by Football Federation Australia The owner of Brisbane Roar has been given a reprieve by Football Federation Australia (FFA) - but it will lose control of the embattled A-League club if its... Read more
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Brisbane Times
FFA satisfied with Roar progressLuke Brattan reportedly wants out of the Roar over unpaid super. Photo: Getty I
FFA satisfied with Roar progress
Brisbane Times / Posted 22 hours ago
Luke Brattan reportedly wants out of the Roar over unpaid super. Photo: Getty Images Brisbane Roar's under fire owners will remain in charge for now after meetings with Football Federation Australia on Friday. The Indonesian Bakrie Group, which has... Read more
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The World Game
FFA call for patience as Bakrie Group remains in charge of RoarThe Bakrie Group is believed to be close to sealing a deal to sell the three ti
FFA call for patience as Bakrie Group remains in charge of Roar
The World Game / Posted 23 hours ago
The Bakrie Group is believed to be close to sealing a deal to sell the three time A-League champion club and FFA CEO David Gallop met with two senior executives to discuss the progress of sale and the issues surrounding the club including unpaid... Read more
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SportsFan
Roar owners on final FFA warningThe owners of Brisbane Roar have been given a reprieve by Football Federation A
Roar owners on final FFA warning
SportsFan / Posted yesterday
The owners of Brisbane Roar have been given a reprieve by Football Federation Australia (FFA) - but they will lose control of the embattled A-League club if its financial problems are not addressed immediately. It shapes as the final warning for... Read more
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sportal.com.au
Mile Jedinak ruled out as Socceroos make changes ahead of World Cup qualifyingInjured skipper Mile Jedinak was one of three changes to the Australia squad fo
Mile Jedinak ruled out as Socceroos make changes ahead of World Cup qualifying
sportal.com.au / Posted yesterday
Injured skipper Mile Jedinak was one of three changes to the Australia squad for upcoming World Cup qualifiers. Crystal Palace captain Mile Jedinak has been withdrawn from the Australia squad as one of three changes confirmed on Friday. Jedinak,... Read more
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The World Game
Brattan the last piece of the puzzleBrattan's call up comes not a moment too soon, for the Brisbane Roar midfielder
Brattan the last piece of the puzzle
The World Game / Posted yesterday
Brattan's call up comes not a moment too soon, for the Brisbane Roar midfielder, who wants out of the club in order to pursue a move overseas, is a class act. Ange Postecoglou included Brattan in his extended squad for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in... Read more
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The Age
World Cup qualifiers: Three key players ruled out for SocceroosInto the squad: Brisbane Roar midfielder Luke Brattan. Photo: Getty Images Soc
World Cup qualifiers: Three key players ruled out for Socceroos
The Age / Posted yesterday
Into the squad: Brisbane Roar midfielder Luke Brattan. Photo: Getty Images Socceroo boss Ange Postecoglou has been forced to reshuffle his pack for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers after three key players, including skipper Mile Jedinak, withdrew... Read more
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soccernews
Jedinak ruled out as Socceroos make changesCrystal Palace captain Mile Jedinak has been withdrawn from the Australia squad
Jedinak ruled out as Socceroos make changes
soccernews / Posted yesterday
Crystal Palace captain Mile Jedinak has been withdrawn from the Australia squad as one of three changes confirmed on Friday. Jedinak, 31, suffered a hamstring injury during Palace’s 4-1 extra-time win over Shrewsbury Town in the League Cup on... Read more
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SportsFan
Jedinak, Kruse, Juric out of SocceroosSocceroos captain Mile Jedinak and teammates Robbie Kruse and Tomi Juric have b
Jedinak, Kruse, Juric out of Socceroos
SportsFan / Posted yesterday
Socceroos captain Mile Jedinak and teammates Robbie Kruse and Tomi Juric have been ruled out of next week's World Cup qualifier against Bangladesh. Jedinak will likely be replaced as captain by Tim Cahill for Thursday's Perth fixture after being... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Australia captain Jedinak out of World Cup qualifiersMELBOURNE: Australia captain Mile Jedinak will miss the World Cup qualifiers ag
Australia captain Jedinak out of World Cup qualifiers
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
MELBOURNE: Australia captain Mile Jedinak will miss the World Cup qualifiers against Bangladesh and Tajikistan after suffering a hamstring injury playing in the English Premier League. The holding midfielder came off early in Crystal Palace's League... Read more
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Football Australia
Ange Postecoglou makes changes to Socceroo squadMile Jedinak, Tomi Juric and Robbie Kruse have been ruled out of the match and
Ange Postecoglou makes changes to Socceroo squad
Football Australia / Posted yesterday
Mile Jedinak, Tomi Juric and Robbie Kruse have been ruled out of the match and will be replaced by Italian based attacker Chris Ikonomidis, striker Ben Halloran and Brisbane Roar midfielder Luke Brattan. Jedinak suffered a hamstring injury playing... Read more
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The World Game
Jedinak ruled out as Socceroos forced to make changesJedinak was due to fly out of the UK on Sunday to meet up with the squad, but a
Jedinak ruled out as Socceroos forced to make changes
The World Game / Posted yesterday
Jedinak was due to fly out of the UK on Sunday to meet up with the squad, but a hamstring injury while playing for Crystal Palace in the League Cup has put an end to his involvement. “Mile picked up a hamstring injury that will keep him out for a... Read more
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SportsFan
Roar try to retain star man BrattanBrisbane Roar have lodged an appeal in an attempt to keep wantaway midfielder L
Roar try to retain star man Brattan
SportsFan / Posted yesterday
Brisbane Roar have lodged an appeal in an attempt to keep wantaway midfielder Luke Brattan at the A-League club. Brattan is demanding an immediate release from his deal with the Roar, having put the club on notice for a financial breach of contract... Read more
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Herald Sun
Brattan wants out of battling RoarBRISBANE midefielder Luke Brattan has demanded to be cut loose from the embattl
Brattan wants out of battling Roar
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
BRISBANE midefielder Luke Brattan has demanded to be cut loose from the embattled club on a free transfer because the Roar have failed to pay superannuation. Brattan has enlisted the services of players union Professional Footballers Australia to... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Brisbane Roar midfielder Luke Brattan wants to quit club to pursue overseas dreamBRISBANE midefielder Luke Brattan has demanded to be cut loose from the embattl
Brisbane Roar midfielder Luke Brattan wants to quit club to pursue overseas dream
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted yesterday
BRISBANE midefielder Luke Brattan has demanded to be cut loose from the embattled club on a free transfer because the Roar have failed to pay superannuation. Brattan has enlisted the services of players union Professional Footballers Australia to... Read more
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The World Game
The A-League: 10 years, 10 magic moments - part 2This is part two of The World Game's trip down memory lane, as we look at the p
The A-League: 10 years, 10 magic moments - part 2
The World Game / Posted yesterday
This is part two of The World Game's trip down memory lane, as we look at the pivotal moments in seasons 6 to 10 of our national competition. There are some big, big names here, which are a stark indication of just how far football has come. Here's... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Brattan wants out of battling RoarBRISBANE midefielder Luke Brattan has demanded to be cut loose from the embattl
Brattan wants out of battling Roar
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
BRISBANE midefielder Luke Brattan has demanded to be cut loose from the embattled club on a free transfer because the Roar have failed to pay superannuation. Brattan has enlisted the services of players union Professional Footballers Australia to... Read more
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The World Game
Brisbane Roar chairman claims sale is close as FFA puts Bakrie Group on noticeThe Indonesian conglomerate is not prepared to hand back the licence to Footbal
Brisbane Roar chairman claims sale is close as FFA puts Bakrie Group on notice
The World Game / Posted yesterday
The Indonesian conglomerate is not prepared to hand back the licence to Football Federation Australia (FFA) under any circumstances and forfeit its investment in a club it values at well in excess of $10 million. But Fong, who has been in Europe... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Roar debt must be addressed now: FFAHappier times ... Kofi Danning celebrates a Roar goal in April. Photo: Getty Im
Roar debt must be addressed now: FFA
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
Happier times ... Kofi Danning celebrates a Roar goal in April. Photo: Getty Images The owners of debt-ridden Brisbane Roar could reportedly hang on to the club a little bit longer but Football Federation Australia wants to see a resolution to the... Read more
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SportsFan
FFA, Bakrie set for Roar showdown Photo Source: AAP Football Federation Australia boss David Gallop is threate
FFA, Bakrie set for Roar showdown
SportsFan / Posted yesterday
Photo Source: AAP Football Federation Australia boss David Gallop is threatening to strip Brisbane Roar of their A-League licence if the club's extensive financial problems are not immediately fixed. The demand... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
League players demand improved medical standards after injuries cost clubs over $4 million last seasonA-LEAGUE players will demand improved medical standards after reports revealed
League players demand improved medical standards after injuries cost clubs over $4 million last season
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted yesterday
A-LEAGUE players will demand improved medical standards after reports revealed that injuries cost clubs in excess of $4-million last season alone. The ninth edition of the Professional Footballers Australia (PFA) injury report shows an overall... Read more
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The World Game
Brisbane Roar chairman claims sale is close as FFA put Bakrie Group on noticeThe Indonesian conglomerate is not prepared to hand back the licence to Footbal
Brisbane Roar chairman claims sale is close as FFA put Bakrie Group on notice
The World Game / Posted yesterday
The Indonesian conglomerate is not prepared to hand back the licence to Football Federation Australia (FFA) under any circumstances and forfeit its investment in a club it values at well in excess of $10 million. But Fong, who has been in Europe... Read more
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SportsFan
FFA, Bakries set for Roar showdownFootball Federation Australia (FFA) chief executive David Gallop has thrown dow
FFA, Bakries set for Roar showdown
SportsFan / Posted yesterday
Football Federation Australia (FFA) chief executive David Gallop has thrown down the gauntlet to the embattled owners of Brisbane, demanding they immediately address the Roar's extensive financial problems or their A-League licence will be... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Roar man joins Socceroos’ Cup campaignBRISBANE Roar assistant coach Josh McCloughan has been added to Ange Postecoglo
Roar man joins Socceroos’ Cup campaign
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
BRISBANE Roar assistant coach Josh McCloughan has been added to Ange Postecoglou’s staff for the Socceroos’ World Cup qualifiers against Bangladesh and Tajikstan. The Socceroos meet Bangladesh in Perth next Thursday and take on Tajikstan in Dushanbe... Read more
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Perth Now
Injury bills ravaging A-League clubsA-LEAGUE players will demand improved medical standards after reports revealed
Injury bills ravaging A-League clubs
Perth Now / Posted 2 days ago
A-LEAGUE players will demand improved medical standards after reports revealed that injuries cost clubs in excess of $4-million last season alone. The ninth edition of the Professional Footballers Australia (PFA) injury report shows an overall... Read more
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Perth Now
Roar man joins Socceroos’ Cup campaignBRISBANE Roar assistant coach Josh McCloughan has been added to Ange Postecoglo
Roar man joins Socceroos’ Cup campaign
Perth Now / Posted 2 days ago
BRISBANE Roar assistant coach Josh McCloughan has been added to Ange Postecoglou’s staff for the Socceroos’ World Cup qualifiers against Bangladesh and Tajikstan. The Socceroos meet Bangladesh in Perth next Thursday and take on Tajikstan in Dushanbe... Read more
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Perth Now
Roma switch collapses for A-League starletPERTH Glory has still banked close to $2 million despite the collapse of Daniel
Roma switch collapses for A-League starlet
Perth Now / Posted 2 days ago
PERTH Glory has still banked close to $2 million despite the collapse of Daniel De Silva’s big-money switch to Italian side AS Roma. Confusion reigned on Wednesday after it was announced De Silva had clinched a two-year loan deal to Dutch outfit... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Injury bills ravaging A-League clubsA-LEAGUE players will demand improved medical standards after reports revealed
Injury bills ravaging A-League clubs
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
A-LEAGUE players will demand improved medical standards after reports revealed that injuries cost clubs in excess of $4-million last season alone. The ninth edition of the Professional Footballers Australia (PFA) injury report shows an overall... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Injury bills ravaging A-League clubsA-LEAGUE players will demand improved medical standards after reports revealed
Injury bills ravaging A-League clubs
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 days ago
A-LEAGUE players will demand improved medical standards after reports revealed that injuries cost clubs in excess of $4-million last season alone. The ninth edition of the Professional Footballers Australia (PFA) injury report shows an overall... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Roma switch collapses for A-League starletPERTH Glory has still banked close to $2 million despite the collapse of Daniel
Roma switch collapses for A-League starlet
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 days ago
PERTH Glory has still banked close to $2 million despite the collapse of Daniel De Silva’s big-money switch to Italian side AS Roma. Confusion reigned on Wednesday after it was announced De Silva had clinched a two-year loan deal to Dutch outfit... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Roma switch collapses for A-League starletPERTH Glory has still banked close to $2 million despite the collapse of Daniel
Roma switch collapses for A-League starlet
Adelaide Now / Posted 2 days ago
PERTH Glory has still banked close to $2 million despite the collapse of Daniel De Silva’s big-money switch to Italian side AS Roma. Confusion reigned on Wednesday after it was announced De Silva had clinched a two-year loan deal to Dutch outfit... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
League 2015/16 Kits: What your club will be wearing next seasonTHE torturously long A-League off-season is made ever-so-slightly easier by the
League 2015/16 Kits: What your club will be wearing next season
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
THE torturously long A-League off-season is made ever-so-slightly easier by the clubs who drip-feed their brand new kits to be worn in 2015/16. To help get your mind thinking towards the upcoming season, here’s what the 10 A-League clubs will be... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Bayern Munich team photo, Enner Valencia’s complaint, Dida’s still got it, Drogba’s bad impressionTHERE is no better place to start Paper Talk than with the BEST team photo you
Bayern Munich team photo, Enner Valencia’s complaint, Dida’s still got it, Drogba’s bad impression
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
THERE is no better place to start Paper Talk than with the BEST team photo you will see. Bayern Munich’s stars got suited up in traditional German dress for the pictures — and a promotional shoot for their sponsors. Beer and sportsman? Looks a... Read more
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SportsFan
Vidmar names Olyroos squad for friendliesOlyroos coach Aurelio Vidmar has called up a full-strength squad for Australia'
Vidmar names Olyroos squad for friendlies
SportsFan / Posted 3 days ago
Olyroos coach Aurelio Vidmar has called up a full-strength squad for Australia's friendly matches against Turkey and Macedonia in September. Ten current A-League players and six recent Socceroos call-ups have been named in Vidmar's squad as the... Read more
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The World Game
10 years of the A-League - it's been quite a rideIn Part One, of a two-part feature, The World Game has taken a walk down memory
10 years of the A-League - it's been quite a ride
The World Game / Posted 3 days ago
In Part One, of a two-part feature, The World Game has taken a walk down memory lane to look at some pivotal moments from the first five seasons so far, and what was happening elsewhere in the country at the time. Season 1: 2005-2006 The first... Read more
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The World Game
Vidmar names strong Olyroos squadThe squad includes 10 players from the A-League as well as six players who have
Vidmar names strong Olyroos squad
The World Game / Posted 3 days ago
The squad includes 10 players from the A-League as well as six players who have been included in recent Socceroos squads under Ange Postecoglou: Josh Brillante, Terry Antonis, Daniel de Silva, Chris Ikonomidis, Adam Taggart, and Brad Smith. Vidmar... Read more
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Football Australia
Aurelio Vidmar names strong squad for Olyroos matchesThe squad contains 10 players from the Hyundai A-League as well as six players
Aurelio Vidmar names strong squad for Olyroos matches
Football Australia / Posted 3 days ago
The squad contains 10 players from the Hyundai A-League as well as six players who have been included in recent Socceroos squads under Ange Postecoglou; Josh Brillante, Terry Antonis, Daniel de Silva, Chris Ikonomidis, Adam Taggart and Brad... Read more
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Perth Now
It’s Roar or abroad for BrattanBRISBANE Roar star Luke Brattan has vowed he won’t play for another A-League cl
It’s Roar or abroad for Brattan
Perth Now / Posted 3 days ago
BRISBANE Roar star Luke Brattan has vowed he won’t play for another A-League club, but hasn’t ruled out a move abroad. With the Roar in off-field turmoil, Brattan has been linked with a move away from the club despite having two years left on his... Read more
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Daily Liberal
A-League rivals to face off at Wade ParkSOCCER: The Central Coast Mariners have reaffirmed their commitment to western
A-League rivals to face off at Wade Park
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 days ago
SOCCER: The Central Coast Mariners have reaffirmed their commitment to western NSW after announcing a trial match will be played at Orange's Wade Park next month. THE Central Coast Mariners have reaffirmed their commitment to western NSW after... Read more
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Herald Sun
It’s Roar or abroad for BrattanBRISBANE Roar star Luke Brattan has vowed he won’t play for another A-League cl
It’s Roar or abroad for Brattan
Herald Sun / Posted 3 days ago
BRISBANE Roar star Luke Brattan has vowed he won’t play for another A-League club, but hasn’t ruled out a move abroad. With the Roar in off-field turmoil, Brattan has been linked with a move away from the club despite having two years left on his... Read more
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