SOCCEROOS FACE MENTAL TEST AGAINST GREECE

June 4, 2016

Australia takes on Greece tonight in a match that has very little riding on it and it’s for that reason that I see this as a massive test for the Socceroos. Australia has made a habit […]

AXE THE COACH HYSTERIA

July 22, 2013

Cue the hysteria. Australia has had a dour 0-0 draw with Republic of Korea at the East Asian Cup and the fans and media report the match as a disaster. “Axe Holger,” is the cry. […]

ASIAN WORLD CUP HOPES ON TENTERHOOKS

June 18, 2013

Can the Socceroos finish the job? Is Uzbekistan set for its first appearance in a soccer World Cup? Which two Asian teams will play off to face South America’s fifth placed qualifier? All these questions […]

AUSSIES TALKING A GOOD FIGHT IN JAPAN

June 4, 2013

The Socceroos 2014 World Cup qualification hopes sit precariously. Australia currently lie third behind the barnstorming Japan, and surprise packets Jordan. This round of World Cup qualifiers (04/06/2013) pits Australia against the Blue Samurai, while […]

ACL GROUPS DECIDED FOR 2013

December 31, 2012

Of the four groups featuring teams from the east Asian leagues Group F looks the most intriguing. It features Chinese giants Gaungzhou Evergrande, Urawa Reds, Jeonbuk Hyundai and Muangthong United. Gaungzhou weren’t quite comprehensive champions as […]

SOCCEROOS IN DANGER ZONE

June 5, 2012

“Oman’s a completely different (pause), competitive game to this one. So, we look forward you know, in confident mood.” After a 2-nil defeat to Denmark on Saturday, Socceroos captain Lucas Neill is not panicking. However, […]