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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Indeed, in the latest news items from the Caltex Socceroos, Mooy's tackling ability is put under the spotlight alongside that of QPR's Massimo Luongo with less than four months to the opening of Australia's World Cup campaign in Russia.
Sydney: Football Federation Australia (FFA) has reverted to a foreign coach, again opting to go down the Dutch route by appointing Bert van Marwijk as the man to lead the Socceroos in their World Cup campaign later this year in Russia.
LONDON: Former Saudi Arabia boss Bert van Marwijk has been tipped to achieve "great things" with Australia after he was given the job to lead the Socceroos at the World Cup, following Ange Postecoglou's sudden departure.
AUSTRALIAN FA chiefs are set to meet with Zenit St Petersburg manager Roberto Mancini in a bid to tempt him to become the new Socceroos boss.
Sous son mandat, les Socceroos se sont qualifies pour leur 4e Mondial, leur 3e consecutif, apres une longue campagne achevee par un barrage intercontinental victorieux contre le Honduras.
The Socceroos are joined at the top by Saudi Arabia while the UAE and Japan occupy the third and fourth-placed spots.
Ms Davies said the turf was also used in Perth at nib Stadium and received rave reviews from players - including the Socceroos.
SINGAPORE, Dhu-AlHijjah 24, 1436, Oct 8, 2015, SPA -- Jordan stunned Asian champions Australia 2-0 on Thursday to throw open their World Cup qualifying group after handing the Socceroos their first loss of the campaign, Reuters reported.
Substitute James Troisi scored halfway through extra time and gave the Socceroos their maiden title.
The Socceroos scored eight goals in their first two games before being beaten 1-0 by the Koreans to finish runners-up in their group.
Socceroos superstar Tim Cahill will continue playing with a view of making a fourth World Cup appearance in Russia in 2018.
The daily said,"The goals dried up for the Socceroos in the Middle East - now Ange Postecoglou is in a race against time to find a remedy to his scoring woes before January's Asian Cup.