Aussie Abroad News
The impending move of Qantas Socceroo Mark Viduka to Middlesbrough is the major talking point of our players overseas, although Marconi's Alex Brosque this week secured a move to Feyenoord.
Qantas Socceroo Mark Viduka is expected to sign with Middlesbrough today after successfully completing his medical at Boro late last week. Viduka is among a host of Aussies that are involved in moves to new clubs overseas. Exciting young attacking midfielder Alex Brosque (pictured right) has signed a one-year deal with Dutch giant Feyenoord, although his season will be spent at Belgium club Westerlo. Brosque, who made his debut for the Socceroos in Adelaide last month, is expected to be named in the Australian Olympic Football team and will join up with Westerlo after the Olympic Games that finishes in late August. Meanwhile Qantas Socceroo central defender Craig Moore is now being linked with a move to Blackburn Rovers in England reports Scottish newspaper the Sunday Mirror. The report suggests that Moore has lost the captaincy at Rangers and is one player Frank Farina is looking at for his three overage players spots in the Olympic team. Meanwhile Qantas Socceroo Danny Tiatto has had his move to Leicester City confirmed, as has Adrian Caceras with his move to League 2 side Yeovil Town. Further more, Gareth Edds has signed with League 1 side Milton Keynes Dons (formerly known as Wimbledon) after being released by Bradford City. In Germany, Frank Juric has ended his long association with Bayer Leverkusen and signed with newly promoted Hannover 96. Tribalfootball.com reports former Marconi Stallions striker Sasa Radulovic has moved from RW Oberhausen to Bundesliga 2 rivals LR Ahlen, while Austrian-based Eddy Bosnar is being linked with a mover to Everton and Marconi goalkeeper Michael Turnbull is to have trials with Standard Liege in Belgium.
Refreshed Ryan ready for big year with club and country
Mat Ryan says an off-season trip home to Australia with family and friends has him primed for a big year ahead for Brighton and the Caltex Socceroos. The 27-year-old shot-stopper has rarely had an off-season break in recent years as he mixes Premier League football with his co
‘That sums up their passion’: Caltex Socceroos skipper witnesses awesome Matildas moment
Socceroos captain Mark Milligan and coach Graham Arnold were among the ecstatic Australian support watching the Matildas’ stunning comeback victory over Brazil on Friday morning (AEST). The Matildas recorded one of the most remarkable results in FIFA Women’s World Cup history
Caltex Socceroos to participate in Copa America 2020
Football Federation Australia (FFA) today confirmed it had accepted an invitation from the South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) for the Caltex Socceroos to participate in the Copa America next year. FFA Chairman Chris Nikou said this was a huge opportunity for Aust
Ryan aiming to break 39-year Brighton curse on Premier League opening weekend
Caltex Socceroos custodian Mathew Ryan has learned who he’ll face in the Brighton and Hove Albion goal on the opening weekend of the Premier League 2019/20 season in August. A trip to Vicarage Road to face 2019 FA Cup Finalists Watford on August 10 is the first league assignme