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Asian struggles at World Cup showcase some problems at home
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Terry Antonis sizes up Asian Cup on home soil

Former Junior Sports Star winner Terry Antonis has set his sights on the Asian Cup in January after being recalled to the Socceroos squad. The 20-year-old has been selected by Australia coach Ange Postecoglou for friendlies against Belgium and Saudi ... Daily Telegraph Australia - South-West, 2 days ago
Asian nations wallow in mediocrity Oman Tribune, 2 months ago
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Blindside: Phil Blake still haunted by loss

PHIL Blake flew out of Sydney this week to take up his new rugby coaching position with Leicester Tigers, still coming to grips with his Manly Marlins stunning exit from the Shute Shield. The side was decisively beaten by Eastwood in the semi-final ...
 Daily Telegraph Australia - Northern Beaches6 days ago
FIFA.com

Australia will face Saudi Arabia in London as the two nations continue to hone preparations for January's AFC Asian Cup.

Australia will face Saudi Arabia in London as the two nations continue preparations for January's AFC Asian Cup. The 8 September match comes four days after the Socceroos take on Belgium in Liege. The match will be Australia 's fifth at ...
 FIFA.com2 weeks ago Australia look at the positives as Asian Cup looms  Gulf Times2 months ago Soccer-Positives for winless Australia as Asian Cup beckons  Yahoo! UK and Ireland2 months ago Positives for winless Australia as Asian Cup beckons  Oman Tribune2 months ago
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New targets: Mark Milligan: Australia targeting Asian Cup

Melbourne Victory captain Milligan has been a key member of the national team set-up under his former club coach, starting at the FIFA World Cup in Brazil before succumbing to a hamstring strain. The Socceroos finished bottom of their group and ...
 Modern Ghana4 weeks ago
NEWS.com.au

Langerak content as Dortmund No. 2

Source: News Corp Australia SOCCEROOS keeper Mitch Langerak has declared that he will remain at Borussia Dortmund this season, rejecting the chance the join rival German clubs. Langerak is Dortmund's no. 2 behind Germany World Cup back-up keeper ...
 NEWS.com.au1 month ago

Brosque praises Postecoglou's WC efforts (AAP)

Sydney FC marquee signing Alex Brosque has applauded Ange Postecoglou's efforts at the World Cup despite the coach overlooking him for the tournament. Brosque, who has spent the past three years overseas, won most of his 21 caps under ...
 Yahoo!Xtra1 month ago
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Brosque returns to Sydney FC

Favourite son Alex Brosque is returning to Sydney FC on a new two-year deal, but the club's highest goal-scorer has no intention of re-igniting his Socceroos career. Sky Blues coach Graham Arnold earmarked Brosque as a crucial figure in his vision ...
 Nine MSN2 months ago Brosque returns to Sydney FC (AAP)  Yahoo! News Australia2 months ago
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Sydney Morning Herald

Colombia coach Jose Pekerman the Argentinian dark horse

Belo Horizonte: There are plenty of people who think an Argentinian coach will mastermind the World Cup winners this year. Alejandro Sabella - once of Sheffield United and Leeds United, for whom he played in the late 1970s and early 1980s, a time ...
 Sydney Morning Herald2 months ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Socceroos turn attention to Asian Cup

With Australia's World Cup participation done and dusted for another four years, attention has already turned to making January's Asian Cup a tournament to remember. Drawn alongside South Korea, Oman and Kuwait, the Socceroos will be expected to ...
 Sydney Morning Herald2 months ago With Brazil over, Socceroos turn attention to Asian Cup  Melbourne Age2 months ago FIFA World Cup 2014: Team Profile: Australia  DNA India2 months ago
NEWS.com.au

Aussies crying out for X-Factor

Neymar, Messi and Ronaldo bring fans through the gates because theyre exciting, but coaches love them because they win games. The 2014 World Cup has taught us that we need more stars coming through. Were lacking someone who can tear teams apart, ...
 NEWS.com.au2 months ago
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