Got something you’ve always wanted to ask Harry Kewell? A burning question for Paul Okon? Now’s your chance, as footballaustralia.com.au is giving fans the chance to question their football heroes.
Got something you-ve always wanted to ask Harry Kewell? A burning question for Paul Okon? Now-s your chance, as footballaustralia.com.au is giving fans the chance to question their football heroes.
With the Qantas Socceroos set to face Scotland in an international friendly on August 15, it-s the perfect time to have a think about the question you-ve always wanted to ask your favourite Australian representative.
Perhaps it-s where Mark Bresciano got his goal celebration from? Or what John Aloisi was thinking as he stood waiting to take that penalty? Or what life was really like as one of the 1974 squad?
We-re giving you the chance to ask any football-related question, to any Socceroo, past or present - and we-ll do our best to get them answered.
So search the internet, scroll through the old results, pull on that old green-and-gold and have a think about something you-ve always wanted to know.
Write your question in the comments below, and we-ll publish the results in the lead up to the game against Scotland.
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