Thursday 14 December 2017

All posts tagged Socceroos

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Looking for the ideal Christmas present?

Looking for the ideal Christmas present? If you have any interest in the World Game in Australia then Roy Hay & Bill Murray, A History of Football in Australia: A Game of Two Halves, Hardie Grant, Melbourne, 2014 is the …

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Kewell farewell but no result for Heart

Melbourne Heart 2 Western Sydney Wanderers 3 Roy Hay Melbourne Heart could not give skipper Harry Kewell a winning end to his career after going down by three goals to

bookends of two careers. Harry Kewell of Victory and Brett Emerton of Sydney FC

Harry Kewell: Star Quality

Harry Kewell: Star quality Roy Hay Harry Kewell is bringing down the curtain on a stellar career at the end of the current A-League season. It is a pity that

Eight men of Oman stop the Aussies

Australia stagger to draw with Oman

Australia 2 Oman 2 Roy Hay Australia squeaked out of its home game against Oman with a two-all draw after going behind in the sixth minute and further behind as

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Australia missed chance to be World Champion

Australia missed chance to be World Champion Roy Hay (This article was published on the Goal Weekly website on 1 January 2013.

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Scotland stuns sluggish Socceroos

Scotland 3 Australia 1 Roy Hay Scotland took on Australia in a pre-world cup qualifier friendly match at Edinburgh’s Easter Road last night. It was a pouring wet night even

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Hakan flies the flag for Australia

Hakan flies the flag for Australia at the Olympics Roy Hay (This article was publsihed on the Goal Weekly website at www.goalweklly.com.au on Thursday 26 April 2012. The photograph of

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Lip service to history devalues worthwhile project

Lip service to history devalues worthwhile project Roy Hay It was an excellent idea of SBS and the Johnny Warren Foundation to reopen the debate about the best players, coaches

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Jim Fraser, keeper and coach

Jim Fraser, keeper and coach Roy Hay (This story appeared as a Blast from the Past column in Goal Weekly on 2 March 2012, p. 19. Click on the photographs

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From Emus to Socceroos: How the national team got its name

From Emus to Socceroos: The real origins of national team’s name at last Roy Hay and David Hearder (This story first appeared in Goal Weekly, 24 February 2012, pp. 1–3,

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