Friday, 23 January 2015

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The green and gold talisman produced more scarcely believable feats in Brisbane, where Mark Bresciano and Mile Jedinak were rather less impressive

Tuesday, 20 January 2015

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We examine the records of the two coaches whose decisions will go a long way to deciding the outcome of the eagerly anticipated quarter-final clash between Australia and China

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We revisit the most recent clashes between the men in green and gold and the sleeping giant of Asian football ahead of their crucial showdown in Queensland

Monday, 19 January 2015

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Ahead of the eagerly anticipated clash with Alain Perrin's side, we look back at some memorable national team outings in Queensland

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FEATURE: Which players have caught the eye during the group stage of the region's showcase event and could they be lured to Australia's top flight in the near future?

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ANALYSIS: Asian football expert John Duerden says Alain Perrin's side pose a major danger to the Socceroos after taking the Asian Cup in their stride

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FEATURE: Goal Australia predicts which 11 players will be entrusted with guiding the national team into the last four of the competition on home soil

Saturday, 17 January 2015

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FEATURE: Ange Postecoglou and his players came back down to earth with a bump on Saturday, going down to the Taeguk Warriors and leaving themselves with a tough route to the final

Friday, 16 January 2015

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The Western Sydney Wanderers striker speaks to Goal Australia about the Socceroos' tactics, living for goals and learning from Tim Cahill. Just don't ask him to play on the wing

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Ahead of their clash with the Taeguk Warriors in Brisbane, we examine which scenario is most likely for the host nation heading into the knockout stages

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FEATURE: Goal Australia's Iain Strachan and Goal Korea's Yonghun Lee examine the two teams' prospects ahead of their Group A clash at the Asian Cup on Saturday.

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COMMENT: A lack of options at fullback looms as the first potential obstacle the Socceroos may have to overcome if they are to lift the Asian Cup on home soil

Tuesday, 13 January 2015

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Selection decisions paid off, a defender and the goalkeeper proved crucial early on, while both wide forwards shone to cap off what was a complete team performance in Sydney

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The Dossier: The Japanese defender is in his prime and despite initially being unable to play in the A-League, he looks a good long-term prospect for the struggling side

Monday, 12 January 2015

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FEATURE INTERVIEW: Goal sat down one-on-one with the Socceroos' Asian Cup star Massimo Luongo, who is hugely impressed by Ange Postecoglou's standards

Sunday, 11 January 2015

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FEATURE: Goal Australia runs the rule over the players vying to take over from the injured skipper at the base of midfield for this week's crunch match

Friday, 9 January 2015

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The Swindon Town man was the driving force behind his team's comeback victory, while Tim Cahill played his usual crucial role as the Socceroos clicked in the final third

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One of the most recognisable voices in Australian football broadcasting, the commentator has been undergoing some intensive preparations ahead of this month's tournament

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In our exclusive interview, the face of the 2015 AFC Asian Cup sheds some light on the hidden world of marsupial football, training in burrows and rivalling Timmy Cahill

Thursday, 8 January 2015

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Feature: Tim Palmer isn't sure what to expect from a Kuwait side that have shown plenty of adventure in the past, but come into the Asian Cup under new management