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Why Socceroos need Petratos against Denmark

During the Socceroos 2-1 loss in their opening group game against France at the 2018 World Cup in Russia, Australia produced one of country’s finest defensive displays at a finals …

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Panathinaikos wins Greek League

In a 84-70 win over rival Olympiakos, Panathinaikos won the Greek basketball league for a record 37th time last night in Athens. That was the fifth and deciding game in …

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World Cup bonanza on offer for Socceroos

The 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany was a momentous occasion for Australian football. After a 32-year wait from their previous finals appearance, the Socceroos exceeded expectations by making it …

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Russia fires five past Saudis in World Cup opener

Russia struck a goal rush in the opening match of the 2018 World Cup final defeating Saudi Arabia 5-0 at Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow on Friday morning. Two goals to …

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Coach sacking threatens Spain campaign

In the aftermath of Real Madrid’s third consecutive Championship League win, few could have predicted the chain of events leading to what has emerged as the biggest crisis to hit …

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Stan Lazaridis: Why Ange Postecoglou was better than Guus Hiddink

While playing for the Western Australian state team in 1995 against the touring English Premer League side West Ham, Stan Lazaridis was spotted by then Hammers coach Harry Redknapp who …

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Mourdoukoutas signs with Babbel’s Wanderers

Current Young Socceroos and former Sydney Olympic central defender Tass Mourdoukoutas has signed his first professional football contract by inking a two-year deal with A-League club Western Sydney Wanderers. The …

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Socceroos head to Budapest for final World Cup tune-up match

The long countdown to the Socceroos’ date with destiny against France in its opening World Cup match nears completion on Sunday morning when the Socceroos take on the 49th-ranked team …

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Sharks looking to build on strong team spirit

The last few weeks have been a roller-coaster ride for Port Melbourne Sharks fans. The highs have included an excellent away win over League leader Bentleigh Greens, and a historic …

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Civilisation beaten in a brawl between left and right as ANU Centre for Western Civilisation dumped

With friends like the former Prime Minister Tony Abbott, who needs enemies? The proposed Ramsay Centre for Western Civilisation at the Australian National University (ANU) died in the trench warfare …