Socceroos

30 June 2016
FourFourTwo recently sat down with Ryan Edwards, a Scotland-based, Singapore-born Australian footballer, where we discussed his career to date, the Socceroos and the day he renounced his Singapore citizenship…
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5 February 2015
Socceroos hero Tim Cahill has cooled talk on playing at the 2018 FIFA World Cup following his switch to Chinese Super League club Shanghai Shenhua.
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27 January 2015
A potential distraction has emerged hours before Australia's Asian Cup semi-final against the United Arab Emirates, with Al Wahda claiming to have agreed a 'tentative deal' to sign Tim Cahill, according to media reports in the region.
14 January 2015
While there was renewed hope and expectation that Australia would do well in the Asian Cup and compete at the highest level following their 4-1 win over Kuwait last Friday, there was still an edge of uncertainty as to whether or not the Socceroos could continue impress on a regular basis.
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14 January 2015
After the stylish Socceroos left Paul Le Guen's Oman scratching their heads and the injury-depleted South Korea edged past Kuwait, FourFourTwo's Shaun Moran took a look at the key learnings from Tuesday's Group A action.
4 January 2015
Group A: Australia, Korea Republic, Kuwait and Oman 
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11 November 2014
The official mascot for the AFC Asian Cup Australia 2015 has been unveiled: A wombat called Nutmeg.
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9 September 2014
Tim Cahill described as "positive" the Socceroos tight 3-2 win over Saudi Arabia on Tuesday morning (AEST), as the new-look national team continues to develop.
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4 September 2014
Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou has rubbished suggestions the Australian side might be "terrified" of Belgium ahead of Friday morning's (AEST) friendly in Liege.
3 July 2014
A shot one centimetre lower, a marginal offside call, a send-off that never happened... Football is decided by the smallest of margins. David Hards takes a look at the Top Five 'what if' moments that could have changed the 2014 World Cup.

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