January 22, 2013
Tom Rogic Should Heed The Example Of Others.

Central Coast Mariners young starlet Tom Rogic has left to join Scottish champions Celtic. Is it the best move for him and how have other players tipped for the big time faired at the big clubs.

January 17, 2013
The Story Of Australia's Failed World Cup Bid. Part Two

January 16, 2013
The Story Of Australia's Failed World Cup Bid. Part One

June 10, 2012
Australia v Japan. Japan impressive and Australia should take note.

On tuesday Australia will take on Japan in a World Cup qualifying match in Brisbane. The two sides are apparently evenly matched if you believe the official FIFA rankings. Japan are ranked 23rd while Australia are ranked 24th. However if you watche…

View Post

shared via WordPress.com

June 8, 2012
Australia v Oman quick preview.

Australia’s line up has been announced and I’m quite surprised by the line up (pleasantly). I’m not sure how the team will line up but I’m guessing it’ll be a 5-3-2 formation. Something similar as to how Wigan and Napoli line up. With three centre …

View Post

shared via WordPress.com

April 28, 2012
GGArmy - Is Australia destined to be Asian football’s “poor, white trash”?

Interesting article by Aussie blogger Engelbert Schmidl about the strength of Asian football and Australia’s role in the region.

April 18, 2012
The Socceroos Jersey Through The Years

April 17, 2012
The new Socceroos jersey. It will be used during the 2014 World Cup qualifying campaign. Just long enough for you to start to get used to the shirt, then nike will change it again should we make the World Cup. 

The new Socceroos jersey. It will be used during the 2014 World Cup qualifying campaign. Just long enough for you to start to get used to the shirt, then nike will change it again should we make the World Cup. 

July 1, 2011
For any football fans in Melbourne

The A-League is looking for fans to take part in their ad campaign for the up coming season. You can be an extra in the advert and also win 4 tickets to the next socceroos game in Melbourne. Good luck.

June 21, 2011
Congratulations to the Under 17 Australian side (I refuse to call them the Joeys) for beating The Ivory Coast 2-1 in the U17 World cup in Mexico. Australia scored 2 well taken goals after going behind in the first half. The Ivory Coast went ahead in the 18th min after Tom King was punished for holding on to the ball too long in defense. However after half time Jesse Makarounes scored an excellent volley from about 25 yards out. In the 77th min Dylan Tombides scored from the edge of the box to seal the win. The Ivory Coast were the better of the two sides but the young Aussie’s managed to find a way to win. I hope Australia show some improvement over the the next two games. The first game can always be tricky no matter how good your players are. Even Spain lost their first game at the World Cup. The thing that people want to see from the youth sides is potential, while results are great we are building for the future with these players. So installing in them the method that we want to see in our senior sides must start here. So even if the Aussies are losing we don’t want to see them resorting to the long ball and rushed play. Playing composed and smart football is what I would like to see. Results are second in my opinion. Having said all that I won’t criticize this young team on the way they won this match. Australia coach, Jan Verleijen, knows his side were second best and will be looking for improvement from his boys in the next match. No easy task as Brazil are up next who beat Denmark 3-0 in their opening group match. The two side play on 23rd June.
If you would like to watch the young Australian’s play and you don’t have Fox or Sky or pay TV in general you can had over to myp2p.eu and click on: live sport -> football and select your game :)

Congratulations to the Under 17 Australian side (I refuse to call them the Joeys) for beating The Ivory Coast 2-1 in the U17 World cup in Mexico. Australia scored 2 well taken goals after going behind in the first half. The Ivory Coast went ahead in the 18th min after Tom King was punished for holding on to the ball too long in defense. However after half time Jesse Makarounes scored an excellent volley from about 25 yards out. In the 77th min Dylan Tombides scored from the edge of the box to seal the win. The Ivory Coast were the better of the two sides but the young Aussie’s managed to find a way to win. I hope Australia show some improvement over the the next two games. The first game can always be tricky no matter how good your players are. Even Spain lost their first game at the World Cup. The thing that people want to see from the youth sides is potential, while results are great we are building for the future with these players. So installing in them the method that we want to see in our senior sides must start here. So even if the Aussies are losing we don’t want to see them resorting to the long ball and rushed play. Playing composed and smart football is what I would like to see. Results are second in my opinion. Having said all that I won’t criticize this young team on the way they won this match. Australia coach, Jan Verleijen, knows his side were second best and will be looking for improvement from his boys in the next match. No easy task as Brazil are up next who beat Denmark 3-0 in their opening group match. The two side play on 23rd June.

If you would like to watch the young Australian’s play and you don’t have Fox or Sky or pay TV in general you can had over to myp2p.eu and click on: live sport -> football and select your game :)