1. Asian Cup 2015: Socceroo Luongo Urges Socceroos to Glory

    Sensing “something special” is brewing, midfielder Massimo Luongo has urged his fellow Socceroo young guns to make the most of the Asian Cup chance that awaits them...

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  2. Jedinak: I'm Very Proud of My Team

    Tim Cahill was the hero again last night, scoring twice to send the Socceroos to the Semi finals of the Asian Cup.....

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  3. Ange Upset Anyone Thought They'd Be out by Now

    Ange Postecoglou has warned Asian Cup rivals the best is yet to come from Tim Cahill as the fired-up Socceroos coach ripped into critics following his side's 2-0 win over China in Brisbane...

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  4. Tim Cahill Scores Bicycle Kick for Australia vs. China at the Asian Cup

    Tim Cahill scored one of the best goals at the 2014 World Cup for Australia, and on Thursday, he did something special at the 2015 Asian Cup...

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  5. Live: China vs. Australia in Asian Cup QF

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  6. Socceroos' XI for China Clash Announced

    SOCCEROOS XI: Ryan, Franjic, Wilkinson, Sainsbury, Davidson, Jedinak (c), Luongo, Bresciano, Kruse, Leckie, Cahill...

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  7. Preview for Must Win Asian Cup Clash

    There's been a bit too much talk of “the Japan semi-final”, because before that, the Socceroos have to overcome China, through to the knockout phase of a major tournament for the first time since 2004, with a record of three wins from three...

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  8. Jedinak Passed Fit for China Clash

    The light session barely lasted an hour, but Jedinak played in a small-sided game and looked unhindered by the ankle ligament strain that kept him out since the opening game against Kuwait 12 days ago...

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  9. Luongo Says Socceroos Must Focus on China

    Massimo Luongo has played on virtual sandpits. Matt McKay has seen Suncorp Stadium both slick and sloppy. Both men say it's time to move on from the pitch debate as the Socceroos prepare to face China in an Asian Cup quarter-final in Brisbane on Thursday.

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  10. Socceroos Semi Won't Be Moved to Sydney

    A potential Asian Cup semi-final involving Australia appears certain to remain in Newcastle instead of Sydney despite Hunter Stadium's already limited capacity being reduced by nearly a third for the tournament...

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  11. South Korea Beat Socceroos to Top Group A

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  12. South Korea Beat Socceroos to Top Group A

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  13. Socceroos More Than a One-Man Band

    It's been raining goals for the Socceroos in the Asian Cup. Just not for Mathew Leckie, who has enjoyed watching the storm without managing to throw down some lightning of his own....

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  14. Tim Cahill Picks out His Son in the Stands with Perfect Long-Range Pass

    A lovely moment from the Asian Cup was caught on camera. Australia's Tim Cahill posted this video on his Instagram page of his 10-year-old son, Shae, calling out for his father's attention from up in the stands...

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  15. Jedinak (Ankle) May Miss South Korea Showdown

    MILE Jedinak is desperate to lead the Socceroos in the Asian Cup showdown against South Korea, but he is unlikely to risk further injury to his ankle with Australia already having secured a quarter-final berth...

    Eric Drobny Written by Eric Drobny about 11 days ago 76 reads 0 comments

  16. Australia's Herd out of Asian Cup

    Australia's Aston Villa defender Chris Herd has been ruled out of the rest of the AFC Asian Cup with an achilles injury. The 25-year-old underwent scans and received treatment after going down in training before the Socceroos face Oman in Sydney...

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  17. Liverpool Monitoring New Aussie Keeper

    Liverpool are monitoring the Australia goalkeeper Mathew Ryan as Brendan Rodgers considers his options for replacing Simon Mignolet .....

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  18. Bresciano Lauds Luongo as Josip Skoko's Successor

    Mark Bresciano took an even longer pause than usual. It was a big question – with an answer that can land a serious weight on a young man's shoulders. Hence the wait.....

    Sam Rooke Written by Sam Rooke about 11 days ago 39 reads 0 comments

  19. Kruse: We Deserve Some Respect

    While Socceroos forward Robbie Kruse is convinced the national team will "prove a lot of people wrong" in the Asian Cup, he's furious their top-of-the-group clash with South Korea will be hampered by a "disgraceful" pitch at Suncorp Stadium...

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  20. Davidson Appointed One Goal Ambassador

    Sydney: Australian defender Jason Davidson has been announced as a One Goal Ambassador – a campaign that uses football as the catalyst to bring awareness to the issue of child malnutrition in Asia in Asia and Australia...

    Eric Drobny Written by Eric Drobny about 12 days ago 19 reads 0 comments

  21. Captain Cahill 'Proud' of Oman Thrashing

    TIM Cahill didn't need even a sentence for the Socceroos, after captaining the side to its second successive 4-0 win at the Asian Cup.....

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  22. Australian Public Dreaming of Bigger Things

    It is so tempting to get carried away and declare the Socceroos as the team to beat in this Asian Cup. But maybe, just maybe, they actually are.....

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  23. Postecoglou Not Getting Carried Away

    ANGE Postecoglou had no complaints following the resounding 4-0 win over Oman, but insists his side can still get better.....

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  24. South Korea 'No Chance' Against Socceroos

    SOUTH Korea's coach says his squad have no chance of beating the Socceroos in the teams' final Asian Cup group match if they repeat their disappointing performance against Kuwait.....

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  25. Watch: Leckie's Beautiful Assist for Juric

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