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16 November 2018 5:20 AM Poor pitch sees international switched from Ballymore to QSAC

The Taeguk Warriors have been training at Perry Park in the lead-up to Saturday's match against the Socceroos at Suncorp Stadium, which is expected to attract a crowd of up to 40,000 people. It would be fair to say South Korea v Uzbekistan would not bother the turnstyles quite so much, but with about 2500 Korean fans in town for their match against the Socceroos 29

15 November 2018 8:42 AM 'Legs like jelly': Davis' Open defence stalls after nervous start

"I was trying really hard, probably a little bit too hard. I was a little bit nervous obviously. As soon as I heard my name on the first tee the legs were a little bit like jelly and I tried a little too hard probably. "I was fine up until that point and it's something I need to get used to I guess. Other than that start I played a pretty good round 13

13 November 2018 5:14 AM Milligan says squad culture can fill Socceroos leadership void

"We're all very aware that a leadership gap has been left with Mile and Timmy. Everybody is able to step up and fill that role. It's more about creating and keeping that culture going forward. When Arnie (coach Graham Arnold) is ready to make a decision, he'll do so." Milligan considered retirement after the World Cup but has no regrets about fulfilling 15

6 November 2018 4:47 AM Ballymore to host Asian Cup warm-up match between South Korea and Uzbekistan

The match will coincide with the Socceroos’ match against Lebanon in Sydney, which would be Tim Cahill’s farewell to international football. Football Federation Australia chief executive David Gallop said the FFA had helped facilitate the international match, which would serve as a warm-up for the 2019 Asian Cup to be held in the United Arab Emirates 16

31 October 2018 11:42 AM Goodwin wants to kick down Socceroos door after superb FFA Cup display

Craig Goodwin has his foot in the door for Socceroos selection – but Adelaide United's FFA Cup hero intends to kick it down by dominating the A-League and leaving coach Graham Arnold with no choice but to take him to the Asian Cup. Goodwin partied long into the night with his Reds teammates after Tuesday night's 2-1 win over Sydney FC. He had only two or three 12

11 October 2018 7:31 AM How half hour with Arnold made Boyle switch national allegiance

He has never been to Australia before, doesn't yet know the national anthem but Scottish-born winger Martin Boyle says he is committed to the "great honour" of playing international football for the Socceroos. The 25-year-old former Scotland youth international will turn down any future chance of representing his home country and has pledged his future 23

20 September 2018 3:25 AM North and South Korea seek to jointly host 2032 Olympics

North and South Korea will jointly pursue a bid to host the 2032 Summer Olympics, representatives announced in a news conference in Pyongyang, North Korea. The bid is part of a larger move toward peace on the Korean Peninsula, with North Korea's Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in agreeing on the first steps toward denuclearisation and peace 10

2 August 2018 11:00 PM Canberra Cavalry to begin ABL charge on the road

It's the first time New Zealand has had a team in the ABL, with them and a Geelong-based Korean team entering the league for the first time. The Cavalry will then play four of their final five rounds at home, finishing up against the Perth Heat before the play-offs start. It's part of a new format for the ABL schedule, with the league divided into south-west 36

28 June 2018 1:01 AM Germany's shock World Cup exit another case of the winner's curse

They're hardly the first former winner to embarrass themselves while attempting to defend the crown, though - in the five World Cups of the 21st century, they are now the fourth titleholder to fail to reach the last 16. Brazil, having won in 2002, are the only reigning champions of this century to progress past the group stages. They made the quarter-finals 18

21 June 2018 8:01 AM Canberra's Kanga Cup just keeps getting bigger

"We continue to engage with the ACT government around access to fields, there’s other opportunities as well with schools and other private venues and we’ll continue to explore those opportunities as much as we can. "We’re always looking for ways to improve the facilities and grow the number of facilities that we access and having a home of football is one of those 23