LG Socceroo Line Up For Game 3 V Paraguay
LG Socceroo Coach FRANK FARINA has reverted to the same starting line-up as for the first game, for tomorrow’s night’s final clash with PARAGUAY at Melbourne’s Olympic Park.
LG Socceroo Coach FRANK FARINA has reverted to the same starting line-up as for the first game, for tomorrow-s night-s final clash with PARAGUAY at Melbourne-s Olympic Park.
Despite injury concerns, both DANNY TIATTO and PAUL AGOSTINO completed full training sessions today, with the LG Socceroos determined to break the deadlock which has seen nil-all draws in the first two matches of the series.
Should the game finish as a draw however, the series winner will be determined by a penalty shoot out.
LG SOCCEROO STARTING XI Vs PARAGUAY for game 3 ZELJKO KALAC (goalkeeper) STAN LAZARIDIS SHAUN MURPHY TONY POPOVIC KEVIN MUSCAT PAUL OKON (Captain) CRAIG FOSTER DANNY TIATTO BRETT EMERTON DAVID ZDRILIC PAUL AGOSTINO
MATCH: LG SOCCEROOS Vs PARAGUAY - Game 3 DATE: Thursday 15th June 2000 KICK-OFF: 7.30pm VENUE: OLYMPIC PARK - Melbourne.
FARINA will name his 20-man squad to travel to Tahiti for the Oceania Nations Cup /Confederation Cup Qualifier directly after tomorrow night-s game.
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