Sbs Wins Rights To Show Socceroos Match
The Socceroos match against the Solomon Islands in Sydney on Tuesday, October 12 will be shown delayed across Australia by SBS. The telecast will be shown nationally at 10.00pm
The Socceroos match against the Solomon Islands in Sydney on Tuesday, October 12 will be shown delayed across Australia by SBS. SBS reached agreement with Oceania Marketing, who have the rights to the two game series, and will show the game nationally at 10.00pm. The winner of the two-match series will be crowned OFC Nations Cup Champions and qualify for the 2005 Confederations Cup in Germany in 2006. The first leg, which will take place in Honiara on Saturday, October 9 will unfortunately not be televised into Australia, although SBS will show extended highlights the following day on The World Game show. The ASA website will do a LIVE MATCH UPDATE of the first leg, starting at 1.00pm.
Caltex Socceroo Arzani seals loan move to Celtic
Caltex Socceroos whiz kid Daniel Arzani has secured his loan move to Scottish champions Celtic from Manchester City. The Hoops revealed the acquisition of the Aussie starlet on Friday night (AEST), subject to an international clearance. Arzani joined the Premier League
FFA Chairman Lowy announces he will not seek re-election
The Chairman of Football Federation Australia (FFA), Mr Steven Lowy AM, said today he did not intend to seek re-election when his term expires in November this year. Mr Lowy said he wanted to foreshadow his intention now, ahead of the 30 September deadline for nominations, to