Socceroos


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Socceroos

(ˌsɒkəˈruːz)
pl n
(Soccer) the Australian men's national soccer team
[from soccer + (kangar)oo]
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Rogic's last game was the Scottish Cup Final triumph over Hearts in May but Socceroos boss Arnold is set to name him in his squad for their September 10 clash.
FORMER Boro defender Rhys Williams is poised to return to international action after six years in the Socceroos wilderness.
The 21-year-old, who is on loan at the Buddies from English Premier League side Bournemouth, has been chosen to represent the Socceroos Under-23 side in the upcoming qualifiers for the 2020 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Championships.
Summary: The Socceroos did not have an ideal start to the continental competition
But Socceroos boss Graham Arnold said: "The outcome is that he'll be out for an indefinite period."
AAP SYDNEY With the Asian Cup set to get under way on January 5, we take a look at the defending champion Socceroos' main rivals in the tournament.
Dubai: Australia's national football team, the Socceroos, have kicked off Expo 2020 Dubai's celebration of the Year of Tolerance in 2019 with a 'crossbar challenge' to demonstrate the power of unity, tolerance and cooperation in sports.
SWS director Sam Krslovic described the Socceroos star as the perfect marquee signing and said: "He ticks all the boxes.
The Socceroos play their hosts at the Al Kuwait Sports Stadium in Kuwait City on Monday, October 15.
The Socceroos will host South Korea in a multi-million-dollar showdown in Brisbane as part of a deal announced by Tourism Industry Development Minister Kate Jones today.
That doubled the lead given to them by Andre Carrillo's superb firsthalf strike as the Socceroos, who along with fellow Group C teams France and Denmark signed a letter supporting Guerrero which assisted his reinstatement, exited the competition with their opponents.
The Socceroos are joined at the top by Saudi Arabia while the UAE and Japan occupy the third and fourth-placed spots.