Socceroos News

8 hrs ago

Socceroos study: Bring fun back to football

A “football culture” akin to the one that underpinned the golden generation talent factory must be inventively recreated for Australia to produce world-class players again, according to a forensic study by the players’ union.
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NTNEWS.COM.AU

12 hrs ago

False dawn of Socceroos’ ‘Golden Generation’

A new study aimed at unlocking the secrets of Australia’s ‘Golden Generation’ of footballers has found our greatest Socceroos team was an aberration and that the current talent pool is more in line with realistic expectations.
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TOWNSVILLEBULLETIN.COM.AU

18 hrs ago

We know about Aussies abroad, but what about Aussies at home?

The topic of Aussies abroad is frequently covered in the football media, but what about Aussies at home? Foreign based players might create the most interest because of the hope that they will be picked up by top European clubs, but the A-League is also a source of potential Socceroos. If the football media covered […]
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THEROAR.COM.AU

1 day ago

Sydney FC’s bid to postpone Big Blue

Sydney FC are set to rush Socceroos Andrew Redmayne and Rhyan Grant straight from pitchside to airport in Jordan for a 14,000km dash to ensure they can face Melbourne Victory in what looms already as a key fixture in their title defence.
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TOWNSVILLEBULLETIN.COM.AU

2 days ago

Maclaren brace fires Melbourne City past Adelaide

Jamie Maclaren's hot run of form has continued in his first A-League appearance of the season, with the Socceroos striker's brace helping Melbourne City to a 2-1 victory over Adelaide United at AAMI Park.
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THEWORLDGAME.SBS.COM.AU

6 days ago

Key issues Socceroos need to address

Twelve goals in two games is a return to please Socceroos boss Graham Arnold – but the two World Cup qualifying wins over the past week were a mixed bag for Arnold when he sits down to review them.
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TOWNSVILLEBULLETIN.COM.AU

6 days ago

Creaky defence amid Socceroos’ goal spree

Twelve goals in two games is a return to please Socceroos boss Graham Arnold – but the two World Cup qualifying wins over the past week were a mixed bag for Arnold when he sits down to review them.
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CAIRNSPOST.COM.AU

6 days ago

Bullish Arnie looks to Jordan

They’ve found the ruthless edge Graham Arnold has demanded to continue their perfect World Cup qualifying start with a 7-1 hammering of Taiwan, but the real tests still lie ahead for the Socceroos.
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THEAUSTRALIAN.COM.AU

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