Soccer In Australia News Headlines
News headlines concerning Australian soccer.
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Arnold to coach Australia in Asian Cup qualifiers (Mon Jul 24th, 2006)
Graham Arnold has been announced as interim national coach for Australia's two Asian Cup qualifying matches next month.
Cahill wants Australia to take time over new boss (Thu Jul 13th, 2006)
Australia midfielder Tim Cahill has told his country's football chiefs not to rush the appointment of a successor to national coach Guus Hiddink.
Dinamo Bucharest sign New Zealand goalkeeper Moss (Thu Jul 6th, 2006)
Dinamo Bucharest have signed New Zealand goalkeeper Glen Moss on a four-year deal, the Romanian club said on Tuesday.
Neill backed to be next Australia captain (Sat Jul 1st, 2006)
Lucas Neill would be an ideal candidate to captain Australia if current skipper Mark Viduka calls time on his international career, according to assistant Socceroos coach Graham Arnold.
FIFA clears Australia's Kewell to play next match (Tue Jun 20th, 2006)
Australia's Harry Kewell will not be suspended for his outburst at a referee after a World Cup loss to Brazil, clearing the winger to play Thursday's crucial match against Croatia.
Croatia's Simunic's no regrets over spurning Australia (Tue Jun 20th, 2006)
Mark Viduka and Harry Kewell represent half of the Australian team at the World Cup such is their huge influence, Croatia's Australian-born defender Josip Simunic has said.
Australians fear Brazilian backlash (Thu Jun 15th, 2006)
Australia said on Thursday they feared they could pay the penalty for the mounting criticism over Brazil's unimpressive start to the World Cup when the teams meet in Munich on Sunday.
Australia excited over tough World Cup draw (Fri Dec 9th, 2005)
Australia defender Tony Popovic said after Friday's World Cup draw which put his team in the same group as Brazil, Japan and Croatia: "It's very exciting, first of all -- just amazing to see Australia in a group at the World Cup."
Dwight Yorke says Aussie spirit will carry them in Japan (Fri Dec 9th, 2005)
Former Manchester United goal machine Dwight Yorke believes the typical Aussie never-say-die attitude will see underdogs Sydney FC spring a surprise or two at the World Club Championships.
Australia to preserve penalty spot that secured World Cup place (Wed Nov 30th, 2005)
Australia has moved to permanently preserve the penalty spot from which the Socceroos earlier this month secured their first berth in the World Cup finals for 32 years.
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