Listen in to episode one of the Socceroos Podcast - out now
There are more ways than ever to enjoy the AFC Asian Cup UAE 2019™, with the launch of the Socceroos Podcast the latest way to stay in touch with everything that is happening in the United Arab Emirates.
With the Caltex Socceroos kicking off their Asian Cup campaign against Jordan on Sunday night (kick-off 10:00pm AEDT), it is the perfect time to listen in to episode one of the podcast, brought to you by Michael Zappone and Socceroos media officer Ben O'Neill.
As well as an in-depth review of Australia's preparations, the pair chat with Head of Sports Science Andrew Clark, and get the views of Daily Telegraph writer Emma Kemp.
Get the inside scoop on the squad's initiation songs, listen in to Graham Arnold and Mark Milligan as they look forward to Sunday night's clash with Jordan and hear all about Mat Leckie's remarkable fight to be fit for the tournament.
"If it wasn't Mathew Leckie and the sort of character he is... I don't think any other player could have done it."
Don't miss out on episode one of the Socceroos Podcast, and look out for episode two coming soon.
How to watch
The Socceroos kick-off against Jordan at 10:00PM AEDT on Sunday, January 6 and you can catch the action live on FOX SPORTS 505.
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