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Now playing back in the A-League for Melbourne Heart, this most mercurial of talents, whom many believe to be the greatest player Australia has ever produced, has been in the Socceroo wilderness for more than a year and has been out of the game for
Captain Lucas Neill has warned Australia that football can shatter dreams as well as make them come true, meaning Tuesday's seemingly straightforward World Cup qualifier against Iraq at Sydney's Olympic Stadium is no formality. League Scoreboards
Australia took a giant step towards qualification for the 2014 World Cup finals in Brazil on Tuesday with a comfortable 4-0 win over Jordan in an Asian World Cup qualifier in Melbourne. Mark Bresciano opened the scoring on the quarter-hour mark with
Mark Schwarzer's release from Fulham this week may spell the end of the Australian's storied career in the English Premier League, but the 40-year-old goalkeeper would sooner regard it a speedhump on a road that ends at the World Cup finals in Brazil.
After experiencing the atmosphere that "sucked the ball into the net" in Saitama, Australia captain Lucas Neill has demanded local crowds emulate their Japanese counterparts at the Socceroos' final two World Cup qualifiers at home. League Scoreboards
The Socceroos have commenced preparations for next month's crucial World Cup qualifier against Asian heavyweights Japan as they attempt to rebound from their poor showing against Oman. Twelve Australian-based players, including Socceroos skipper
Lucas Neill says the A-League and national team must sync schedules...To focus on the national team allows for everybody to be picked for the national team. If the FFA did that next season we wouldn't be playing our finals in April, we'd play them in
Australian defender Shane Lowry is one win away from a dream FA Cup final appearance with Millwall and he hopes Socceroos coach Holger Osieck is paying attention. Millwall face Wigan in Saturday's FA Cup semi-final at Wembley and Lowry is hoping for
06 am Sydney : Australia captain Lucas Neill has no intention of quitting international football to make way for the new generation and says the onus is on younger Socceroos to force senior players out of the team.
Getty Images As Harry Kewell looked at the playing field before him, he can't have felt too bad about the decision he'd made a few days before. The clock had just ticked into the 80th minute as he made his return to club football on Saturday with Al-