Missed this exclusive video? Here’s your chance to catch up on our most popular videos from inside the Socceroos’ camp with FFA TV Rewind.
From kicking the ball around in the backyard with his two older brothers and sister he’s made it all the way to the Dutch Eredivisie and now Brazil. However former coach Mike Mulvey is not surprised by the 22-year-old’s rapid development.
“He was always destined to be someone who could achieve what he wanted to achieve because he had this limitless enthusiasm and boundless energy,” said Mulvey speaking to FFA TV.
While most would consider Oar to have the most majestic left foot in the country, he actually started out playing right-footed before heeding some advice from Dad.
“It’s quite funny really,” recounts Oar. “When I was born I was actually a right-footer but my father told me I should train with the left foot.
“When I was four or five I took it too seriously and only trained with my left foot.”
Australia is certainly glad he did.
Check out FFA TV’s exclusive video series “My Socceroo Story” to hear more on Oar’s journey to the international arena.
Follow the Socceroos on social media!
Trio of Australian Match Officials appointed to panel for FIFA U-17 World Cup Brazil 2019
FIFA have recent...ly announced that Hyundai A-League referee Chris Beath along with Assistant Referees Ashley Beecham & Anton Shchetinin have been appointed as match officials for FIFA U-17 World Cup Brazil which will be held in Brazil from 26 October to 17 November 2019. Beath,
'An amazing feeling': Degenek on cusp of Champions League after maiden Red Star goal
Caltex Socceroos defender Milos Degenek has scored a priceless goal to have Red Star Belgrade on the cusp of UEFA Champions League qualificatio...n. Degenek scored Red Star's opening goal - his first-ever for the club - in their first leg qualifier away against Swiss side Young B
Aussies Abroad: Luongo and Wednesday go top of the Championship as Irvine captains Hull
Massimo Luongo has entered Hillsborough, and the Owls are flying high in the EFL Championship. Luongo was deployed as a late substitute by manager Lee Bulleen as a 54th minute goal from Kadeem Harris handed Sheffield Wednesday a 1-0 win over Luton Town this morning. MORE: B