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The Hindu
Juventus beaten at Sampdoria, hapless Benevento lose in stoppage timeGenoa a 1-0 win at Crotone and a winning start to Davide Ballardini's third sti
The Hindu / Posted 2 days ago
Genoa a 1-0 win at Crotone and a winning start to Davide Ballardini's third stint as their coach after he replaced Ivan Juric. Torino striker Andrea Belotti had a second-half penalty saved by Stefano Sorrentino as the Bulls were held 1-1 at... Read more
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The World Game
Kerr bags brace as Glory overcome Victoryscoring an injury-time winner against champions Melbourne City. It had been a
The World Game / Posted 3 days ago
scoring an injury-time winner against champions Melbourne City. It had been a tough start for new Sky Blues coach Ante Juric but his side defied expectations to twice come from behind for a 3-2 victory. The result continues an erratic start... Read more
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The World Game
Socceroos' World Cup journeys at a glancetriumph over Honduras. Coach: Ange Postecoglou? Key players: Aaron Mooy, Mile
The World Game / Posted 5 days ago
triumph over Honduras. Coach: Ange Postecoglou? Key players: Aaron Mooy, Mile Jedinak, Tom Rogic, Trent Sainsbury, Tom Juric. Result: The World Cup draw on December 2 (AEDT) will set Australia's course for Russia. They'll be in pot four and... Read more
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The Courier Mail
The dominant A-League roots in Roos’ WC successa young age. Never played senior football in Australia until he joined Melbourn
The Courier Mail / Posted 5 days ago
a young age. Never played senior football in Australia until he joined Melbourne City ahead of the 2016-17 season. * Tomi Juric - spent time in Croatia as a youth but made his mark with an eye-catching few appearances for Adelaide United, then won... Read more
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The World Game
How the A-League gave the Socceroos their startat a young age. Never played senior football in Australia until he joined Melbo
The World Game / Posted 6 days ago
at a young age. Never played senior football in Australia until he joined Melbourne City ahead of the 2016-17 season. Tomi Juric - spent time in Croatia as a youth but made his mark with an eye-catching few appearances for Adelaide United, then won... Read more
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News.com.au
The dominant A-League roots in Roos’ WC successuntil he joined Melbourne City ahead of the 2016-17 season. Football: Highligh
News.com.au / Posted 6 days ago
until he joined Melbourne City ahead of the 2016-17 season. Football: Highlights from the World Cup qualifier. * Tomi Juric - spent time in Croatia as a youth but made his mark with an eye-catching few appearances for Adelaide United, then won... Read more
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Herald Sun
‘Anything is possible’, Roos ‘second to none’ traitboss is his own person. He has full belief in us as we have full belief in him.
Herald Sun / Posted 6 days ago
boss is his own person. He has full belief in us as we have full belief in him.” “I like to think he’ll be there.” Tomi Juric is hoping Postecoglou stays on as coach, and attributed his “childhood dream” coming true to the togetherness of the... Read more
6d
Herald Sun
If he stays, or goes, this is what Ange has provento receive between the lines – with Mooy able to link up with wingback Aziz Beh
Herald Sun / Posted 6 days ago
to receive between the lines – with Mooy able to link up with wingback Aziz Behich, Irvine able to buzz around off Tomi Juric and Luongo able to face forward from passes from Bailey Wright, Trent Sainsbury and Jedinak. The result was more... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
So the Socceroos have reached the World Cup, but where to from here?possible absence just draws Australia's problems in the centre-forward position
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 days ago
possible absence just draws Australia's problems in the centre-forward position even more sharply into focus. Tomi Juric struggled against Honduras in the first leg, snaffling at chances that could have given Australia a crucial away goal... Read more
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Canberra Times
FIFA World Cup play-off: Tim Cahill to start for Socceroosfront, Tom Rogic is in midfield with Mark Milligan and Mat Leckie to play on th
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
front, Tom Rogic is in midfield with Mark Milligan and Mat Leckie to play on the right against the Central Americans. Tomi Juric, Massimo Luongo, Jackson Irvine and Josh Risdon make way. Australia need to win to reach the Russian tournament.... Read more
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7d
The World Game
Socceroos player ratings against Hondurasand rattled the bar with a header but mostly lacked the service to utilise his
The World Game / Posted 7 days ago
and rattled the bar with a header but mostly lacked the service to utilise his aerial prowess to its best effect - 7 Tomi Juric: Used his physical presence to put the pressure on and skied a late chance - 7 Robbie Kruse: Didn't have much time but... Read more
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Daily Mail
Australia 3-1 Honduras: Mile Jedinak hat-trick secures World Cup spotRyan; Wright, Sainsbury, Jurman; Leckie, Jedinak, Milligan (Troisi 88), Behich;
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
Ryan; Wright, Sainsbury, Jurman; Leckie, Jedinak, Milligan (Troisi 88), Behich; Mooy, Rogic (Kruse 71); Cahill (Juric 66). Subs not used: Degenek, Gersbach, Irvine, Langerak, Luongo, McGowan, Risdon, Rukasvytsya, Vukovic. Honduras:... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Australia had an unlikely hero as they secured a World Cup spot in Russiahis own personal coup de grace in the 85th minute, again rolling home from 12 y
Daily Mirror / Posted 7 days ago
his own personal coup de grace in the 85th minute, again rolling home from 12 yards after a foul by Johnny Palacios on Tomi Juric. Alberto Elis would net a stoppage time consolation for the visitors, but it didn't matter, as Australia booked the... Read more
7d
The World Game
Postecoglou names Socceroos line-up for Honduras clashfist leg in Honduras on Saturday, and Tom Rogic who came on as a late sub, have
The World Game / Posted 7 days ago
fist leg in Honduras on Saturday, and Tom Rogic who came on as a late sub, have also been named in the starting XI. Tomi Juric, Massimo Luongo, Josh Risdon and Jackson Irvine, are the four changes to the line up Postecoglou fielded in the 0-0... Read more
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Daily Mail
Australia vs Honduras, World Cup play-off LIVESainsbury, Jurman, Mooy, Jedinak, Milligan, Rogic, Behich, Leckie, Cahill. Sub
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
Sainsbury, Jurman, Mooy, Jedinak, Milligan, Rogic, Behich, Leckie, Cahill. Substitutes: Langerak, Degenek, Gersbach, Juric, Kruse, Risdon, Troisi, Rukavytsya, McGowan, Luongo, Irvine, Vukovic Honduras: Escober, Beckeles, Palacios, Maynor... Read more
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WA Today
FIFA World Cup play-off: Tim Cahill to start for Socceroosfront, Tom Rogic is in midfield with Mark Milligan and Mat Leckie to play on th
WA Today / Posted 7 days ago
front, Tom Rogic is in midfield with Mark Milligan and Mat Leckie to play on the right against the Central Americans. Tomi Juric, Massimo Luongo, Jackson Irvine and Josh Risdon make way. Australia need to win to reach the Russian tournament.... Read more
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The World Game
Postecoglou names Socceroos line-up for Honduras clashthe fist leg in Honduras on Saturday, and Tom Rogic who came on a late sub, hav
The World Game / Posted 7 days ago
the fist leg in Honduras on Saturday, and Tom Rogic who came on a late sub, have also been named in the starting XI. Tomi Juric, Massimo Luongo, Josh Risdon and Jackson Irvine, are the four changes to the line up Postecoglou fielded on... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Sour anthem flashpoint looms largeselection, while Aaron Mooy was yet to show the form that would take him to the
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 days ago
selection, while Aaron Mooy was yet to show the form that would take him to the English Premier League. Others, like Tomi Juric, Aziz Behich and Jackson Irvine are looking to make their debut on the world stage. Jedinak said the chance to... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Live: National anthem flashpoint looms largeselection, while Aaron Mooy was yet to show the form that would take him to the
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 7 days ago
selection, while Aaron Mooy was yet to show the form that would take him to the English Premier League. Others, like Tomi Juric, Aziz Behich and Jackson Irvine are looking to make their debut on the world stage. Jedinak said the chance to... Read more
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News.com.au
Live: National anthem flashpoint looms largeselection, while Aaron Mooy was yet to show the form that would take him to the
News.com.au / Posted 7 days ago
selection, while Aaron Mooy was yet to show the form that would take him to the English Premier League. Others, like Tomi Juric, Aziz Behich and Jackson Irvine are looking to make their debut on the world stage. Jedinak said the chance to... Read more
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Herald Sun
Uruguay or Iran: A generation await their momentthan a cow paddock. It was those triangles, and ability to find space between d
Herald Sun / Posted 7 days ago
than a cow paddock. It was those triangles, and ability to find space between defenders, that carved up the key chance for Juric, which he ultimately fluffed. The personnel might differ slightly, with Tom Rogic and Mark Milligan likely inclusions... Read more
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The Courier Mail
If he stays, or goes, this is what Ange has provento receive between the lines – with Mooy able to link up with wingback Aziz Beh
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 days ago
to receive between the lines – with Mooy able to link up with wingback Aziz Behich, Irvine able to buzz around off Tomi Juric and Luongo able to face forward from passes from Bailey Wright, Trent Sainsbury and Jedinak. The result was more... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Uruguay or Iran: A generation await their momentthan a cow paddock. It was those triangles, and ability to find space between d
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 days ago
than a cow paddock. It was those triangles, and ability to find space between defenders, that carved up the key chance for Juric, which he ultimately fluffed. The personnel might differ slightly, with Tom Rogic and Mark Milligan likely inclusions... Read more
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News.com.au
Midfield wizard no certainty for Socceroosclaims to start as a number 10 but fitness and form respectively might keep the
News.com.au / Posted 7 days ago
claims to start as a number 10 but fitness and form respectively might keep them on the bench. Striker: Tim Cahill or Tomi Juric? Juric regularly wins this selection battle but Cahill has shown himself to be the man for the big occasion so many... Read more
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The World Game
Postecoglou mulls over Socceroos selection for crunch Honduras clashhave claims to start as a number 10 but fitness and form respectively might kee
The World Game / Posted 7 days ago
have claims to start as a number 10 but fitness and form respectively might keep them on the bench. Tim Cahill or Tomi Juric? Juric regularly wins this selection battle but Cahill has shown himself to be the man for the big occasion so many... Read more
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The World Game
The five things the Socceroos must do to win tonightGetting sidetracked by a canny Latin team is a sure-fire way to erode the team’
The World Game / Posted 7 days ago
Getting sidetracked by a canny Latin team is a sure-fire way to erode the team’s confidence on the night. Key player: Tomi Juric. The striker is a frequent target for stray studs and elbows – and will be again tonight – but he can’t let his... Read more
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The World Game
Key is composure says Cahillselection, while Aaron Mooy was yet to show the form that would take him to the
The World Game / Posted 7 days ago
selection, while Aaron Mooy was yet to show the form that would take him to the English Premier League. Others, like Tomi Juric, Aziz Behich and Jackson Irvine are looking to make their debut on the world stage. Jedinak said the chance to... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Confused by away goals? Here's how the Socceroos play-off with Honduras is poisedsome history on home turf. Coach Ange Postecoglou could throw the Socceroos le
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
some history on home turf. Coach Ange Postecoglou could throw the Socceroos legend up front, or he could persist with Juric, who at least knows how to find a way to goal in front of home fans. Contact James Maasdorp More stories from New... Read more
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Goal.com
Australia vs HondurasGersbach, Goodwin, Irvine, Jedinak, Jeggo, Kruse, Leckie, Luongo, Milligan, Moo
Goal.com / Posted 8 days ago
Gersbach, Goodwin, Irvine, Jedinak, Jeggo, Kruse, Leckie, Luongo, Milligan, Mooy, Rogic, Risdon, TroisiForwards Cahill, Juric, RukavytsyaTim Cahill was the hero against Syria, scoring both goals in the Socceroos' dramatic win, but missed the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Socceroos v Honduras: big match lowdownall but done then? Well, not quite. For all their superiority Australia wasted
Adelaide Now / Posted 8 days ago
all but done then? Well, not quite. For all their superiority Australia wasted multiple chances to put the tie to bed, Tomi Juric guilty of two glaring misses he would normally be expected to snaffle up. And so Honduras were outplayed and... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Socceroos v Honduras: big match lowdownall but done then? Well, not quite. For all their superiority Australia wasted
The Courier Mail / Posted 8 days ago
all but done then? Well, not quite. For all their superiority Australia wasted multiple chances to put the tie to bed, Tomi Juric guilty of two glaring misses he would normally be expected to snaffle up. And so Honduras were outplayed and... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Socceroos v Honduras: big match lowdowngreen deck of the ANZ Stadium, in front of a near full house of home fans. med
Daily Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
green deck of the ANZ Stadium, in front of a near full house of home fans. media_cameraA chance goes begging for Tomi Juric during a first leg the Socceroos dominated. Job all but done then? Well, not quite. For all their superiority... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Socceroos v Honduras: big match lowdownall but done then? Well, not quite. For all their superiority Australia wasted
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 8 days ago
all but done then? Well, not quite. For all their superiority Australia wasted multiple chances to put the tie to bed, Tomi Juric guilty of two glaring misses he would normally be expected to snaffle up. And so Honduras were outplayed and... Read more
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Herald Sun
Socceroos v Honduras: big match lowdownall but done then? Well, not quite. For all their superiority Australia wasted
Herald Sun / Posted 8 days ago
all but done then? Well, not quite. For all their superiority Australia wasted multiple chances to put the tie to bed, Tomi Juric guilty of two glaring misses he would normally be expected to snaffle up. And so Honduras were outplayed and... Read more
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News.com.au
Socceroos v Honduras: big match lowdownon the bowling green deck of the ANZ Stadium, in front of a near full house of
News.com.au / Posted 8 days ago
on the bowling green deck of the ANZ Stadium, in front of a near full house of home fans. A chance goes begging for Tomi Juric during a first leg the Socceroos dominated.Source:Supplied Job all but done then? Well, not quite. For all their... Read more
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Canberra Times
FIFA World Cup 2018 qualifying: Australia will take chances in second leg, says Juricchances go begging again in Wednesday's decisive second leg of their World Cup
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
chances go begging again in Wednesday's decisive second leg of their World Cup playoff against Honduras, striker Tomi Juric has said. The Socceroos held Honduras to a 0-0 draw in San Pedro Sula on Friday but wasted a number of chances to... Read more
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The News-Herald
Community scoreboard for Nov. 12672 (256) Shayne Madewell 671 (246) Emery Delfosse 669 (234) Tony Munaretto
The News-Herald / Posted 9 days ago
672 (256) Shayne Madewell 671 (246) Emery Delfosse 669 (234) Tony Munaretto 668 (225) Jim Colaneri 667 (245) Stephan Juric 664 (233) Brian Novogurski 663 (246) David Mann 662 (232) Chris Zacher 659 (230) Teddy Milbrandt 655 (228) Paul... Read more
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Rippa
Australia vs Honduras World Cup Qualifier Preview and Team News - Socceroos to win nail-biter and book ticket to Russiafeeling as the Socceroos wasted a number of golden opportunities to take a prec
Rippa / Posted 9 days ago
feeling as the Socceroos wasted a number of golden opportunities to take a precious away goal back to Sydney. Tom Juric missed the best chance of the game as he scuffed a one-on-one shot against the keeper wide, while he also fired a free... Read more
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EuroNews
Australia will take chances in second leg, says Juricchances go begging again in Wednesday’s decisive second leg of their World Cup
EuroNews / Posted 9 days ago
chances go begging again in Wednesday’s decisive second leg of their World Cup playoff against Honduras, striker Tomi Juric has said. The Socceroos held Honduras to a 0-0 draw in San Pedro Sula on Friday but wasted a number of chances to... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Australia will take chances in second leg, says Juricchances go begging again in Wednesday's decisive second leg of their World Cup
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 9 days ago
chances go begging again in Wednesday's decisive second leg of their World Cup playoff against Honduras, striker Tomi Juric has said. The Socceroos held Honduras to a 0-0 draw in San Pedro Sula on Friday but wasted a number of chances to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
FIFA World Cup 2018 qualifying: Australia will take chances in second leg, says Juricchances go begging again in Wednesday's decisive second leg of their World Cup
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
chances go begging again in Wednesday's decisive second leg of their World Cup playoff against Honduras, striker Tomi Juric has said. The Socceroos held Honduras to a 0-0 draw in San Pedro Sula on Friday but wasted a number of chances to... Read more
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The Age
FIFA World Cup 2018 qualifying: Australia will take chances in second leg, says Juricchances go begging again in Wednesday's decisive second leg of their World Cup
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
chances go begging again in Wednesday's decisive second leg of their World Cup playoff against Honduras, striker Tomi Juric has said. The Socceroos held Honduras to a 0-0 draw in San Pedro Sula on Friday but wasted a number of chances to... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Postecoglou deserves praise as Socceroos walk the World Cup tightropeof talent at his disposal. But he is staying true to his promise to play attack
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
of talent at his disposal. But he is staying true to his promise to play attacking football. It is not his fault if Tom Juric cannot find the back of the net, or if a wayward Mark Milligan pass is easily intercepted to set up a goal. A coach... Read more
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The World Game
Socceroos still walking a World Cup tightropeenable the Australians to apply the pressure on the Hondurans if Postecoglou op
The World Game / Posted 9 days ago
enable the Australians to apply the pressure on the Hondurans if Postecoglou opts for a three-pronged attack with Tomi Juric or Timmy Cahill leading the line. The coach declared minutes after the first leg was over that the team would go hard... Read more
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The World Game
Socceroos soar to Sydney on $1 million luxury flightthe fitness team set up their makeshift treatment room, dispensing massages and
The World Game / Posted 10 days ago
the fitness team set up their makeshift treatment room, dispensing massages and treating sore bodies. Unsurprisingly, Tomi Juric made the most trips down the aisle, given the on-field punishment the striker receives from his markers. But given the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Question Roos finally answered, changes now neededdemonstration of the side’s ability to adapt we have seen for a long time. Pic
The Courier Mail / Posted 10 days ago
demonstration of the side’s ability to adapt we have seen for a long time. Picking three ‘attacking’ players behind Tomi Juric, away from home, was as bold as any selection yet but the balance, largely, worked, especially considering the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Socceroos pull out all the stops in megabucks charter flight from Hondurasthe fitness team set up their makeshift treatment room, dispensing massages and
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 10 days ago
the fitness team set up their makeshift treatment room, dispensing massages and treating sore bodies. Unsurprisingly, Tomi Juric made the most trips down the aisle, given the on-field punishment the striker receives from his markers. But given the... Read more
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The World Game
Socceroos soar to Sydney on $1 million luxury flightthe fitness team set up their makeshift treatment room, dispensing massages and
The World Game / Posted 10 days ago
the fitness team set up their makeshift treatment room, dispensing massages and treating sore bodies. Unsurprisingly, Tomi Juric made the most trips down the aisle, given the on-field punishment the striker receives from his markers. But given the... Read more
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Herald Sun
Socceroos selection headache to determine WC fatewith only goals absent in the game. Bailey Wright was awarded a penalty before
Herald Sun / Posted 10 days ago
with only goals absent in the game. Bailey Wright was awarded a penalty before the referee overturned his decision, Tomi Juric missed two great chances to hand Australia the lead, and Josh Risdon fluffed a cross for an easy tap in. Postecoglou... Read more
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Herald Sun
Roos robbed: ‘That’s a stonewall penalty!’players were not keen to dwell on the call. “I think it’s best not to waste ou
Herald Sun / Posted 10 days ago
players were not keen to dwell on the call. “I think it’s best not to waste our energy on those type of things,” said Tomi Juric, whose two misses were just as crucial. Fox Sports’ Mark Bosnich said he didn’t think it was a legitimate... Read more
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