Australia are More Than Capable of Posing Very Real Problems

Australia may have found themselves in worse groups in this summer’s World Cup, but Group C will bring its own challenges. With France expected to dominate, the consensus is that Denmark, the Socceroos and Peru will battle it out for second spot. To come through, Australia will need to be at their best. Denmark proved … “Australia are More Than Capable of Posing Very Real Problems”

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Mathew Ryan Impresses at Brighton

Newly promoted Brighton and Hove Albion weren’t expected to make waves in the Premier League this season, and had to have been one of the favourites to be relegated. But Brighton find themselves on the outskirts of a crowded relegation battle, with the latest English Premier League football odds fancying the team to stay in the … “Mathew Ryan Impresses at Brighton”

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Best Australians to Ever Play in the Premier League

The Premier League has a rich history of featuring players from all around the world, whether it’s Europe, America, Africa or Asia. Every continent has produced many stars in England’s top-flight division and one particular country to have churned out many a key player has been Australia. There has been no shortage of top-tier players to … “Best Australians to Ever Play in the Premier League”

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How Will Australia Replace Tim Cahill?

Socceroos legend Tim Cahill will be fondly remembered by Premier League fans across the world for his combative nature and aerial dominance, with many agreeing that he left Everton and the Premier League too early. Everton could certainly do with their former charge this season to bolster a limp front line currently firing them straight … “How Will Australia Replace Tim Cahill?”

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Australia face Honduran Test

“It’s like hell, you cannot imagine what happens there” said one former Australia coach when asked about playing in places such as Honduras. Hell will indeed be the reality for the Socceroos when they face the Central American side in San Pedro Sula. The Aussies will travel to Honduras and one of the most-dangerous cities … “Australia face Honduran Test”

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Melbourne Victory looking to sign ex-Melbourne City midfielder

Australian midfielder Stefan Mauk could become the first player to join Melbourne Victory after having represented Melbourne City earlier in his career. The NEC Nijmegen ace is likely to pursue a fresh challenge this summer after he saw his club relegated to the second tier of Dutch football. The likes of Harry Kewell, Fred, TandoVelaphiamong … “Melbourne Victory looking to sign ex-Melbourne City midfielder”

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Jose Mourinho never Slams Team in Media

Not often do the coaches slam their teams on TV, but, Jose Mourinho is the one who doesn’t mind doing so. After every match Chelsea lost the previous season, Mourinho came up with the name of one or two players whom he held responsible for it and it sort of disunited the Chelsea squad. And … “Jose Mourinho never Slams Team in Media”

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Melbourne Victory continued their impressive form in pre-season

Melbourne Victory continued their impressive form in pre-season after a 3-1 win over Newcastle Jets. This victory came in the FFA Cup and the club will now be playing in the round of 16. Manager Kevin Muscat says that he is extremely happy with the progress that the team has made in the pre-season. Over … “Melbourne Victory continued their impressive form in pre-season”

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VARDY TO MISS AUSTRALIA FRIENDLY

Leicester centre forward Jamie Vardy is set to miss the friendly against the Australia men national team side as they take on The Three Lions in a friendly match. The striker will miss England’s friendly with Australia on Friday, England’s national team smanager Roy Hodgson has confirmed. The England international, who scored the winner against … “VARDY TO MISS AUSTRALIA FRIENDLY”

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Why soccer is like roulette, and other casino games

The tactics, the suspense and most importantly, the drama. Sound familiar? Well for soccer fans and casino enthusiasts, it should do, as there are a lot of similarities between the two interests. Even the playing fields – soccer is played out on the finest imported turf a club can buy while casinos are built on … “Why soccer is like roulette, and other casino games”

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Kewell admits to having ‘unfinished business’

After injury delayed the start of his return to Australia, Harry Kewell has admitted he still feels he has “unfinished business” with the A-League. The Socceroos star has spent the majority of the time since signing with the Melbourne Heart as a frustrated spectator, watching on helpless as his new side failed to register a … “Kewell admits to having ‘unfinished business’”

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