'The Socceroo' to be launched on Wednesday night
To mark the Socceroo’s historic first game at home in Asian competition comes the first issue of The Socceroo – the new and improved official matchday magazine for all Socceroos home internationals.
To mark the Qantas Socceroo-s historic first game at home in Asian competition comes the first issue of The Socceroo - the new and improved official matchday magazine for all Socceroos home internationals.
Produced by the team behind the world-s best selling football magazine FourFourTwo the programme promises to become an essential addition to every supporter-s pre match ritual.
The first issue will include:
- Exclusive interviews with Lucas Neill, Mark Milligan and Steve Corica. - Profile of Kaz Patafta - Socceroo star of tomorrow - Relive Harry-s golden goal against Croatia one more time - FourFourTwo runs the rule over the Socceroo squad and the opposition for night…Kuwait - A look at the Asian Cup…the history and the format and what the future holds for the Socceroos.
The launch issue of The Socceroo will be on sale throughout Aussie Stadium on Wednesday night priced at just $7.
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