The Socceroos had their first session at Lakeside Stadium with the only concern being Robbie Kruse who didn’t train and stretched on the side of the training pitch throughout the session.
Before the session began the official team photo was taken on the Lakeside pitch orchestrated by media manager David Mason.
The players came back out shortly after to start the session.
Cahill, Milligan, Burns and Bresciano walked the side of the pitch then stretched while Kruse stretched at the side of the pitch while the main group did their warm up.
Milligan however joined the main group shortly after.
The keepers peeled off and began their work, starting with crossing practice.
The main group began their work with a long session of soccer tennis with two groups.
After around 30 minutes the players stretched down and it was all over.
After yesterday's intense session, this was much lighter.
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