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Trevor Morgan to lead Young Socceroos & assist Olyroos
Football Australia is pleased to announce that Trevor Morgan has been appointed to a new role at the organisation, encompassing the Head Coach position of the Young Socceroos (U-20 men's national football team), Assistant Coach to Tony Vidmar's Olyroos (U-23s), as well as the ong
100 Years of Football Stories: The Shootout
The rising tension among the 82,698 crowd at Telstra Australia reached breaking point when Australia and Uruguay were forced to settle their World Cup playoff in 2005 via a penalty shootout, football's version of Russian roulette. Both teams were level at one goal each after t
'I'm not here to please anyone': The story that sums up Pim Verbeek's legacy
The Socceroos top job has drawn a plethora of top Australian and foreign coaches in a century of ups and downs for the national team. Most of them - like Rale Rasic, Guus Hiddink and Ange Postecoglou - left an indelible mark on our game.
'What an introduction!': Ray Gatt's special Frank Arok experience
They were different days in Australia, both football and media-wise - times when the two almost walked hand in hand. There was no trying to control the narrative or trying to keep players away from the media?.no trying to sanitise things. It was raw but it was fun. Sta
Micallef: How the 1974 Socceroos raised eyebrows worldwide
The 1974 World Cup group match between Australia and East Germany was eagerly awaited by a group of friends as we waited for kickoff in a social club in Floriana, Malta. We all knew about the mean machines from the DDR that had taken mechanical football to the next level.
Tournament Profile: 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany™
As we celebrate a century of Socceroos memories in the lead-up to September's series against New Zealand, each week we'll be looking back at a major tournament the team have played in over the years. We'll be working back in time, covering 11 tournaments that are all signific