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Lowy on his legacy as FFA chairman

August 17, 2018, Football Federation Australia chairman Steven Lowy, in Sydney, speaks about his legacy in the role after announcing he will step down when his term expires in November, amid a torrid power struggle for soccer’s governance in the nation. Mr Lowy says he’s proud of the FFA board's stand for "very strong independent values”, the Socceroos making their fourth World Cup campaign, the success of the Matildas. He adds “there are many avenues that I’m very proud about but of course that’s balanced with the environment we’re in within the congress”. (AAP Video/Carol Cho)
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Aloisi moves to cool Arnold feud

FORMER Socceroos striker John Aloisi denies having had a lack of respect for Graham Arnold during the ex-Sydney FC mentor’s previous tenure as national team coach.
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Milligan: We just fell short...

Milligan: We just fell short...

After arriving home after Australia's early exit from Russia 2018 Socceroos defender Mark Milligan relived his World Cup rollercoaster at the launch of the Nike PhantomVSN.
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Arzani follows Mooy path to City

RISING Socceroos star Daniel Arzani is set to join countryman Tom Rogic at Glasgow giants Celtic after completing his transfer from Melbourne City to sister club Manchester City.
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Manchester City EPL transfer dream come true for Arzani

Supplied video obtained Thursday, August 9, 2018, of young Socceroos and Melbourne City star Daniel Arzani speaking about his transfer to the A-League’s sister club and English Premier League champions, Manchester City. The 19-year-old says playing overseas was always a dream of his and speaks about following in the footsteps of Aaron Mooy, who moved from Melbourne to Manchester City in 2016. (AAP Video/Supplied/Melbourne City FC) NO ARCHIVING, EDITORIAL USE ONLY
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