Bayern Target Viduka
Qantas Socceroo striker Mark Viduka is now reportedly the target of German giant Bayern Munich reports several English newspapers.
Qantas Socceroo striker Mark Viduka is now reportedly the target of German giant Bayern Munich reports several English newspapers. After finishing only second in the league to Werder Bremen and failing miserably in the Champions League, Viduka is seen by new coach Felix Magath, as the man to form a strike partnership with Dutchmen Roy Makaay. Bayern, who tried to sign Viduka last summer is preparing a bid of around £5million. However Bayern will have a tough fight on its hands with Viduka linked to a host of clubs including Middlesbrough, Valencia, Roma, Juventus and Palermo. The big Aussie is due back in England shortly to start discussing his future, which is looking increasingly likely away from his current club Leeds United.
Family ties: Williams brothers join select group of Caltex Socceroos siblings
Next month’s friendly against Korea Republic is not only the Caltex Socceroos’ first outing since the 2019 AFC Asian Cup but looms as an extra special occasion for the Williams family. The selection of Ryan Williams – one of six potential debutants in Graham Arnold’s squad – s
Aussies Abroad: Europa League heartbreak for Amini
Mustafa Amini’s AGF were seconds away from a UEFA Europa League Playoff final, but missed out after conceding an injury-time goal from Marvin Egho in a 1-1 draw with Danish Superliga rivals Randers on Monday morning (AEST). Amini’s team had taken an away goal from their 2-1 lo
Duke replaces Ikonomidis in Caltex Socceroos squad to face Korea Republic
Perth Glory’s Chris Ikonomidis will miss the upcoming friendly international with Korea Republic after scans revealed damage to his shoulder would require surgery. Caltex Socceroos Head Coach Graham Arnold said it was unfortunate, but after consultation with the club and the p
Jedinak’s presence huge boost for Villa ahead of lucrative playoff final
If Aston Villa have one thing in their favour in Tuesday morning’s (12am AEST) Championship playoff final against Derby County, it’s the presence of Mile Jedinak. The former Caltex Socceroos skipper is back at Wembley in the widely touted as the ‘richest game in world football