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Perth Now
Studs Up: Ange needs to change things upof the team’s best offensive performances with the 3-2-4-1. Risdon’s re-emerge
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
of the team’s best offensive performances with the 3-2-4-1. Risdon’s re-emergence makes the back four option viable, with Milos Degenek the most likely alternative. Depending on the first leg result, the 4-3-3 would appear to work more around... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Ange tactical switch to deliver Roos to World Cupof the team’s best offensive performances with the 3-2-4-1. Risdon’s re-emerge
Geelong Advertiser / Posted yesterday
of the team’s best offensive performances with the 3-2-4-1. Risdon’s re-emergence makes the back four option viable, with Milos Degenek the most likely alternative. Depending on the first leg result, the 4-3-3 would appear to work more around... Read more
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Herald Sun
Ange tactical switch to deliver Roos to World Cupof the team’s best offensive performances with the 3-2-4-1. Risdon’s re-emerge
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
of the team’s best offensive performances with the 3-2-4-1. Risdon’s re-emergence makes the back four option viable, with Milos Degenek the most likely alternative. Depending on the first leg result, the 4-3-3 would appear to work more around... Read more
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News.com.au
Ange tactical switch to deliver Roos to World Cupof the team’s best offensive performances with the 3-2-4-1. Risdon’s re-emerge
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
of the team’s best offensive performances with the 3-2-4-1. Risdon’s re-emergence makes the back four option viable, with Milos Degenek the most likely alternative. Football: Former Socceroo John Kosmina has described Australia's clash with... Read more
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News.com.au
‘Surprise’: Star Socceroo’s Ange shockMilos Degenek, Trent Sainsbury and Mathew Ryan. Source:Getty Images SOCCEROOS
News.com.au / Posted 6 days ago
Milos Degenek, Trent Sainsbury and Mathew Ryan. Source:Getty Images SOCCEROOS goalkeeper Mathew Ryan says he finds it hard to imagine Ange Postecoglou will want to walk away as coach if the team qualify for the 2018 World Cup. Postecoglou refused... Read more
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7d
Perth Now
Socceroos player ratings: Cahill sets the bardefence. MATTHEW JURMAN — 8 Hard to believe this was just his second Socceroo
Perth Now / Posted 7 days ago
defence. MATTHEW JURMAN — 8 Hard to believe this was just his second Socceroos appearance. Jurman was key at the back. MILOS DEGENEK — 7 Was tidy at the back along with Sainsbury and Jurman. Limped off injured inside the opening 10 minutes,... Read more
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The World Game
Socceroos player ratings against Syriaby his teammates but could have done a little more to stop Omar Al Somah's goal
The World Game / Posted 7 days ago
by his teammates but could have done a little more to stop Omar Al Somah's goal. Stepped up in the second half. - 7 Milos Degenek: A couple of shaky moments but mostly sturdy and made a vital last-ditch challenge in injury-time. - 6.5 Trent... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Socceroos player ratings: Cahill sets the bardefence. MATTHEW JURMAN — 8 Hard to believe this was just his second Socceroo
Daily Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
defence. MATTHEW JURMAN — 8 Hard to believe this was just his second Socceroos appearance. Jurman was key at the back. MILOS DEGENEK — 7 Was tidy at the back along with Sainsbury and Jurman. Limped off injured inside the opening 10 minutes,... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Socceroos player ratings: Cahill sets the bardefence. MATTHEW JURMAN — 8 Hard to believe this was just his second Socceroo
Adelaide Now / Posted 8 days ago
defence. MATTHEW JURMAN — 8 Hard to believe this was just his second Socceroos appearance. Jurman was key at the back. MILOS DEGENEK — 7 Was tidy at the back along with Sainsbury and Jurman. Limped off injured inside the opening 10 minutes,... Read more
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Herald Sun
Socceroos player ratings: Cahill sets the bardefence. MATTHEW JURMAN — 8 Hard to believe this was just his second Socceroo
Herald Sun / Posted 8 days ago
defence. MATTHEW JURMAN — 8 Hard to believe this was just his second Socceroos appearance. Jurman was key at the back. MILOS DEGENEK — 7 Was tidy at the back along with Sainsbury and Jurman. Limped off injured inside the opening 10 minutes,... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Socceroos player ratings: Cahill sets the bardefence. MATTHEW JURMAN — 8 Hard to believe this was just his second Socceroo
The Courier Mail / Posted 8 days ago
defence. MATTHEW JURMAN — 8 Hard to believe this was just his second Socceroos appearance. Jurman was key at the back. MILOS DEGENEK — 7 Was tidy at the back along with Sainsbury and Jurman. Limped off injured inside the opening 10 minutes,... Read more
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News.com.au
Socceroos player ratings: Cahill sets the bardefence. MATTHEW JURMAN — 8 Hard to believe this was just his second Socceroo
News.com.au / Posted 8 days ago
defence. MATTHEW JURMAN — 8 Hard to believe this was just his second Socceroos appearance. Jurman was key at the back. MILOS DEGENEK — 7 Was tidy at the back along with Sainsbury and Jurman. BRAD SMITH — 5 Limped off injured inside the... Read more
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8d
Daily Mail
Australia 2-1 Syria (agg: 3-2) RESULT – World Cup Qualifying:on a prayer.... Stoic defending from Degenek 116 mins: One last chance for Sy
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
on a prayer.... Stoic defending from Degenek 116 mins: One last chance for Syria? Al Soma picks up the ball and runs at Milos Degenek, he beat him for the opening goal, but on this occasion he is prepared and produces the perfect... Read more
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Who Ate All The Pies
World Cup Qualifying: Tim Cahill Scores Couple Of Trademark Headers As Australia See Off Syria In Asian Play-Off (Syrian goal… And by golly, that’s how it ended. Oh, and we also got treated t
Who Ate All The Pies / Posted 8 days ago
Syrian goal… And by golly, that’s how it ended. Oh, and we also got treated to this insane bit of technical footwork from Milos Degenek… Australia will now go on to face a second play-off in November against the team that finish fourth in the... Read more
8d
WA Today
Cahill starts, Mooy benched for do-or-die clash with Syriaoption is about as risky as has ever been seen for the national team. The back
WA Today / Posted 8 days ago
option is about as risky as has ever been seen for the national team. The back three: Matt Jurman, Trent Sainsbury and Milos Degenek are afforded little support. Brad Smith and Matt Leckie will operate the flanks but are instructed to push high... Read more
8d
The World Game
Socceroos line-up confirms Mooy absenceat the expense of Josh Risdon. The only unchanged positions are holding midfie
The World Game / Posted 8 days ago
at the expense of Josh Risdon. The only unchanged positions are holding midfielder Mark Milligan, the back three of Milos Degenek, Trent Sainsbury and Matt Jurman, and Mat Ryan in goal. Australia need either a win or a 0-0 draw to advance... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Ange to unleash Cahill on Syriadefinitely make some changes.” Postecoglou suggested his defence is likely to
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
definitely make some changes.” Postecoglou suggested his defence is likely to remain unchanged, praising the back three of Milos Degenek, Trent Sainsbury and Matthew Jurman for their work in the first leg.media_cameraCahill soars against Japan.... Read more
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10d
Canberra Times
Ange Postecoglou looking to start Tim Cahill in Socceroos' World Cup qualifierdisrupting the partnership from the first leg that held firm. It means Jurman
Canberra Times / Posted 10 days ago
disrupting the partnership from the first leg that held firm. It means Jurman will likely partner Trent Sainsbury and Milos Degenek at ANZ Stadium. ​"I thought Jurms [Jurman] did a great job the other night. First game, obviously a big game... Read more
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10d
The World Game
Ange ready to let Cahill loose on Syriathrough injury will likely hand central defender Matt Jurman a second cap to go
The World Game / Posted 10 days ago
through injury will likely hand central defender Matt Jurman a second cap to go with his sturdy debut. Trent Sainsbury and Milos Degenek are likely to be retained alongside Jurman in the back three. "Jurms did a great job the other night,"... Read more
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The North West Star
Cometh the hour: Cahill firms as starter in Australia's hour of needdisrupting the partnership from the first leg that held firm. It means Jurman
The North West Star / Posted 10 days ago
disrupting the partnership from the first leg that held firm. It means Jurman will likely partner Trent Sainsbury and Milos Degenek at ANZ Stadium. ???"I thought Jurms [Jurman] did a great job the other night. First game, obviously a big game... Read more
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The Age
Ange Postecoglou looking to start Tim Cahill in Socceroos' World Cup qualifierdisrupting the partnership from the first leg that held firm. It means Jurman
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
disrupting the partnership from the first leg that held firm. It means Jurman will likely partner Trent Sainsbury and Milos Degenek at ANZ Stadium. ​"I thought Jurms [Jurman] did a great job the other night. First game, obviously a big game... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Ange Postecoglou looking to start Tim Cahill in Socceroos' World Cup qualifierdisrupting the partnership from the first leg that held firm. It means Jurman
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
disrupting the partnership from the first leg that held firm. It means Jurman will likely partner Trent Sainsbury and Milos Degenek at ANZ Stadium. ​"I thought Jurms [Jurman] did a great job the other night. First game, obviously a big game... Read more
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10d
Herald Sun
Ange to unleash Cahill on Syriadefinitely make some changes.” Postecoglou suggested his defence is likely to
Herald Sun / Posted 10 days ago
definitely make some changes.” Postecoglou suggested his defence is likely to remain unchanged, praising the back three of Milos Degenek, Trent Sainsbury and Matthew Jurman for their work in the first leg.media_cameraCahill soars against Japan.... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Ange to unleash Cahill on Syriadefinitely make some changes.” Postecoglou suggested his defence is likely to
The Courier Mail / Posted 10 days ago
definitely make some changes.” Postecoglou suggested his defence is likely to remain unchanged, praising the back three of Milos Degenek, Trent Sainsbury and Matthew Jurman for their work in the first leg.media_cameraCahill soars against Japan.... Read more
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News.com.au
Ange to unleash Cahill on Syriadefinitely make some changes.” Postecoglou suggested his defence is likely to
News.com.au / Posted 10 days ago
definitely make some changes.” Postecoglou suggested his defence is likely to remain unchanged, praising the back three of Milos Degenek, Trent Sainsbury and Matthew Jurman for their work in the first leg. Cahill soars against Japan. Picture:... Read more
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The World Game
Socceroos to avoid Syria World Cup playoff anticsenhanced recovery and a psychological edge. Part of the mental planning has ce
The World Game / Posted 10 days ago
enhanced recovery and a psychological edge. Part of the mental planning has centred on Syria's game, accused by defender Milos Degenek of being underpinned by antics including excessive aggression and time wasting. "They're physical and, as you... Read more
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Canberra Times
FIFA World Cup 2018 qualifying: Socceroos accept that ultra-attacking tactics will leave them exposed against Syriaand accusations of theatrics were directed towards Syria after their first leg
Canberra Times / Posted 11 days ago
and accusations of theatrics were directed towards Syria after their first leg 1-1 draw with Australia but defender Milos Degenek says the Socceroos are looking to rise above their rivals' tactics. "They're physical and as you saw at the... Read more
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Herald Sun
Roos won’t be sucked into Syria skirmishMILOS Degenek says the Socceroos will concentrate on playing football rather th
Herald Sun / Posted 11 days ago
MILOS Degenek says the Socceroos will concentrate on playing football rather than get involved in Syria’s trickery in Tuesday night’s must-win clash at ANZ Stadium. After being undone by the most dubious of penalty calls in Melaka, Degenek says the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Roos won’t be sucked into Syria skirmishbeat Syria in their first clash for a World Cup spot. Socceroos won’t be drawn
Daily Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
beat Syria in their first clash for a World Cup spot. Socceroos won’t be drawn into fight against Syria in round 2, says Milos Degenek MILOS Degenek says the Socceroos will concentrate on playing football rather than get involved in Syria’s... Read more
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The Age
FIFA World Cup 2018 qualifying: Socceroos accept that ultra-attacking tactics will leave them exposed against Syriaand accusations of theatrics were directed towards Syria after their first leg
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
and accusations of theatrics were directed towards Syria after their first leg 1-1 draw with Australia but defender Milos Degenek says the Socceroos are looking to rise above their rivals' tactics. "They're physical and as you saw at the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
FIFA World Cup 2018 qualifying: Socceroos accept that ultra-attacking tactics will leave them exposed against Syriaand accusations of theatrics were directed towards Syria after their first leg
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 days ago
and accusations of theatrics were directed towards Syria after their first leg 1-1 draw with Australia but defender Milos Degenek says the Socceroos are looking to rise above their rivals' tactics. "They're physical and as you saw at the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Roos won’t be sucked into Syria skirmishMILOS Degenek says the Socceroos will concentrate on playing football rather th
The Courier Mail / Posted 11 days ago
MILOS Degenek says the Socceroos will concentrate on playing football rather than get involved in Syria’s trickery in Tuesday night’s must-win clash at ANZ Stadium. After being undone by the most dubious of penalty calls in Melaka, Degenek says the... Read more
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News.com.au
Roos won’t be sucked into Syria skirmishSyria in their first clash for a World Cup spot. Tamer Hag Mohamad givs a stud
News.com.au / Posted 11 days ago
Syria in their first clash for a World Cup spot. Tamer Hag Mohamad givs a studs up to Robbie Kruse.Source:Getty Images MILOS Degenek says the Socceroos will concentrate on playing football rather than get involved in Syria’s trickery in Tuesday... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Roos won’t be sucked into Syria fightMILOS Degenek says the Socceroos will concentrate on playing football rather th
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 11 days ago
MILOS Degenek says the Socceroos will concentrate on playing football rather than get involved in Syria’s trickery in Tuesday night’s must-win clash at ANZ Stadium. After being undone by the most dubious of penalty calls in Melaka, Degenek says the... Read more
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The World Game
Socceroos shuffle defence ahead of do-or-die clasha contingent of family and friends at the game, after his mum and girlfriend su
The World Game / Posted 11 days ago
a contingent of family and friends at the game, after his mum and girlfriend surprised him in Malacca. Fellow defender Milos Degenek, who made a crucial last-ditch clearance during his 90-minute shift in Malaysia, said Australia were in a... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Fresh Roos injury, Jurman’s dream set to continuehave a contingent of family and friends at the game, after his mum and girlfrie
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 11 days ago
have a contingent of family and friends at the game, after his mum and girlfriend surprised him in Malacca. Fellow defender Milos Degenek, who made a crucial last-ditch clearance during his 90-minute shift in Malaysia, said Australia were in a... Read more
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News.com.au
Fresh Roos injury, Jurman’s dream set to continuehave a contingent of family and friends at the game, after his mum and girlfrie
News.com.au / Posted 11 days ago
have a contingent of family and friends at the game, after his mum and girlfriend surprised him in Malacca. Fellow defender Milos Degenek, who made a crucial last-ditch clearance during his 90-minute shift in Malaysia, said Australia were in a... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Fresh Roos injury, Jurman’s dream set to continuehave a contingent of family and friends at the game, after his mum and girlfrie
The Courier Mail / Posted 11 days ago
have a contingent of family and friends at the game, after his mum and girlfriend surprised him in Malacca. Fellow defender Milos Degenek, who made a crucial last-ditch clearance during his 90-minute shift in Malaysia, said Australia were in a... Read more
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Herald Sun
Ange promises high tempo on home soilrelished the pockets of space they had to run into behind the Syrian defence an
Herald Sun / Posted 12 days ago
relished the pockets of space they had to run into behind the Syrian defence and combined for the opener after defender Milos Degenek started the attack.media_cameraAaron Mooy dictated play during a strong first hour against the Syrians. Aaron... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Ange promises high tempo on home soilrelished the pockets of space they had to run into behind the Syrian defence an
Adelaide Now / Posted 12 days ago
relished the pockets of space they had to run into behind the Syrian defence and combined for the opener after defender Milos Degenek started the attack.media_cameraAaron Mooy dictated play during a strong first hour against the Syrians. Aaron... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Ange promises high tempo on home soilrelished the pockets of space they had to run into behind the Syrian defence an
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 days ago
relished the pockets of space they had to run into behind the Syrian defence and combined for the opener after defender Milos Degenek started the attack.media_cameraAaron Mooy dictated play during a strong first hour against the Syrians. Aaron... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Ange promises high tempo on home soilrelished the pockets of space they had to run into behind the Syrian defence an
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 12 days ago
relished the pockets of space they had to run into behind the Syrian defence and combined for the opener after defender Milos Degenek started the attack.media_cameraAaron Mooy dictated play during a strong first hour against the Syrians. Aaron... Read more
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News.com.au
Ange promises high tempo on home soilrelished the pockets of space they had to run into behind the Syrian defence an
News.com.au / Posted 12 days ago
relished the pockets of space they had to run into behind the Syrian defence and combined for the opener after defender Milos Degenek started the attack. Aaron Mooy dictated play during a strong first hour against the Syrians.Source:Getty... Read more
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WA Today
Socceroos held to draw after controversial penaltyshould have been a goal kick. The Syrians pushed and pushed, and if not for ke
WA Today / Posted 12 days ago
should have been a goal kick. The Syrians pushed and pushed, and if not for key blocks on three occasions - from Leckie, Milos Degenek and Aziz Behich - the result could have been so much different for an Australian team that should have had the... Read more
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The World Game
Socceroos in the driver's seat to finish off Syriathat we had been accustomed to. He made Australia's goal when he ran well into
The World Game / Posted 13 days ago
that we had been accustomed to. He made Australia's goal when he ran well into space to receive a through ball from Milos Degenek, turned his man with consummate ease, cut inside in his now trademark move and fired a low shot across goal... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Socceroos held to draw after controversial penaltyshould have been a goal kick. The Syrians pushed and pushed, and if not for ke
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 13 days ago
should have been a goal kick. The Syrians pushed and pushed, and if not for key blocks on three occasions - from Leckie, Milos Degenek and Aziz Behich - the result could have been so much different for an Australian team that should have had the... Read more
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Gulf News
Syria keep World Cup dream alivegoal.Five minutes before half-time, Leckie created Australia’s opener when he r
Gulf News / Posted 13 days ago
goal.Five minutes before half-time, Leckie created Australia’s opener when he received a ball down the right from Milos Degenek, cut inside and arrowed a shot which went in off the boot of Kruse.After the break, Tomi Juric was unlucky to... Read more
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Goal.com
Socceroos v Syria player ratings: Aaron Mooy shines on disappointing nightDid everything that was required. Trent Sainsbury - 7: Was unlucky not to scor
Goal.com / Posted 13 days ago
Did everything that was required. Trent Sainsbury - 7: Was unlucky not to score the winner, forcing a terrific save. Milos Degenek - 8: The pick of the defenders. On several occasions made last-ditch challenges to prevent goal-scoring... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
FIFA World Cup 2018 qualifying: Syria hold Australia to draw after controversial late penaltyshould have been a goal kick. The Syrians pushed and pushed, and if not for ke
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
should have been a goal kick. The Syrians pushed and pushed, and if not for key blocks on three occasions - from Leckie, Milos Degenek and Aziz Behich - the result could have been so much different for an Australian team that should have had the... Read more
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The Age
FIFA World Cup 2018 qualifying: Syria hold Australia to draw after controversial late penaltyshould have been a goal kick. The Syrians pushed and pushed, and if not for ke
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
should have been a goal kick. The Syrians pushed and pushed, and if not for key blocks on three occasions - from Leckie, Milos Degenek and Aziz Behich - the result could have been so much different for an Australian team that should have had the... Read more
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