Friday 24 November 2017

All posts tagged Socceroos

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Socceroos sweep Saudis on wet night at AAMI

Australia 4 Saudi Arabia 2 Roy Hay Australia overcame a spirited Saudi Arabia by four goals to two in the final game of the first qualifying group for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. The Socceroos had to come from …

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Time for FFA to hold its nerve

Time for FFA to keep its nerve Roy Hay (This aritcle appeared on the SBS website, The World Game on 22 February 2012 and in Goal Weekly on 24 February

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Rale Rasic the master coach

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Micky Petersen, midfield master

Micky Petersen Roy Hay Micky Petersen was one of the best all-round talents in Australian football. He was top class Socceroo midfielder, club champion at South Melbourne, coach of the

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The Smith report and the future of football

The Smith report and the future of football Roy Hay (A shorter version of this article appeared in the Geelong Advertiser, 2 December 2011, p. 34, under the title 'Kicking

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Socceroos down Oman

Australia 3 Oman 0 Roy Hay Australia took on Oman in the first leg of back-to-back matches in qualification for the World Cup in Brazil in 2014 at ANZ stadium

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The Kewell factor

The Kewell factor Published in the Geelong Advertiser, 23 September 2011, p. 30, as 'Harry's tail has a flick.' Roy Hay It did not take Harry Kewell

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Sjel (Mike) de Bruyckere (1928-2011

Sjel (Mike) de Bruyckere. After a stellar career as player and coach at senior level de Bruyckere continued his involvement with the game, coaching children.Photo: Les

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Socceroos turn out for Werribee

Socceroos turn out for Werribee (Published on the Goal Weekly website, 19 August 2011. www.goalweekly.com) Roy Hay Last week I wrote about bending the rules in sport in general terms, but

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Young Socceroos in Portugal 1991

Victorian members of the Young Socceroos with their medals. Left to right: Mark Silic, Robert Spasevski, Robert Stojcevski, Kevin Muscat, Kris Trajanovski, Lorenz Kindtner. Photo: Les Shorrock. Les

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