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22 December 2014
Roar hands McKay armband and new two-year deal
Brisbane Roar has appointed Socceroo Matt McKay as its skipper for the second time and locked in his future at the club with a two-year contract extension.
14 October 2014
Brisbane Roar accept ban for 'remorseful' McKay
Brisbane Roar will not challenge the two-game suspension slapped on a "remorseful" Matt McKay by the independent Match Review Panel.
13 October 2014
McKay hit with two-match ban for ref rant
Brisbane Roar great Matt McKay was been given a two match ban following his red card against Adelaide United in the opening match of the A-League season on Sunday.
9 October 2014
Matt McKay named new PFA boss
Socceroo Matt McKay has been appointed as the new Professional Footballers Australia (PFA) president.
19 June 2014
Matt backs Tim to stay
Matt McKay insisted we've not seen the last of Tim Cahill in green and gold despite the Socceroo hero hinting he might be close to hanging up his boots.
19 June 2014
McKay: Time to turn respect into fear
The Socceroos' World Cup campaign has earned the respect of the world - now they want to turn that respect into fear, says Socceroo Matt McKay.
12 June 2014
McKay: Socceroos have nothing to lose
Midfielder Matt McKay says the Socceroos are not at the World Cup to make up the numbers and want to prove the football world wrong.
30 May 2014
Socceroos call on 'fighting spirit'
Matt McKay and Dario Vidosic say Australia are capable of surprising their heavyweight opponents after arriving in Brazil for the World Cup.
18 February 2014
McKay's torture on the sidelines
Despite a gruelling 12 month non-stop playing schedule, jetset Socceroo Matt McKay's enforced spell on the sidelines at Brisbane Roar has been more torture than a treat for the Premiership-chasing playmaker.
11 November 2013
Franjic, McKay back Postecoglou for Socceroos success
Two of Australia coach Ange Postecoglou's former club soldiers have backed their new national boss to succeed.