Qantas Socceroos NY Resolutions
The Qantas Socceroos wish you a safe and prosperous New Year. From their camp ahead of the crucial Asian Cup qualifier in Kuwait City on January 6 they reveal their New Year's resolutions for 2010.
The Qantas Socceroos wish you a safe and prosperous New Year.
From their camp ahead of the crucial Asian Cup qualifier in Kuwait City on January 6 they reveal their New Year's resolutions for 2010.
Alex Brosque: "Attempt to finish fixing my backyard that I started four years ago."
Jacob Burns: "Become a better handyman."
Eugene Galekovic: "Go fishing more often with my dad."
Dean Heffernan: "Be more decisive."
Scott Jamieson: "Play more golf and improve my handicap."
Matthew Kemp: "Spend more time with my family."
Matt McKay: "Spend more time with my nephew and Claudia."
Craig Moore: "Spend more time with the kids."
Tommy Oar: "Learn Spanish."
Nikita Rukavytsya: "To buy my first house."
Matthew Spiranovic: "Speak to family and friends more."
Mile Sterjovski: "Less time on housework, more time with family."
Archie Thompson: "Single figure golf handicap."
Matt Thompson: "Be a bit more money conscious."
Tando Velaphi: "Learn to play the guitar."
Dario Vidosic: "To practice and become a better DJ and learn to cook."
Danny Vukovic: "Spend my money more wisely."
Luke Wilkshire: "Organise my life better."
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