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19 June 2018 7:38 AM Socceroos will be trained to the minute for Danes

A two-hour difference in kick-off times has led to significant changes in preparation as the meticulous Socceroos tailor everything from meal times to training sessions around the Denmark match. The second group match pits the Socceroos against the Danes at 3pm in Samara, two hours later than their kick-off against France, and coach Bert van Marwijk 6

12 June 2018 12:17 PM Teammates back Cahill to join elite World Cup club

And the boots he plans to wear in Russia will serve as a constant reminder of the challenge he faces. They will carry five soccer balls as details on the ankle of his boot to remind him of the goals he has already scored as well as commemorating his children, sons Kyah, Shae and Cruz and daughter Sienna, whose names are also etched on the shoes 11

14 May 2018 6:06 AM Canberra crowds disappear as Brumbies crash to frustrating loss

The Brumbies are in danger of recording their worst average crowd figures in 20 years. "It's really sad to be honest, as a rugby union person," said Brumbies coach Dan McKellar. "It was obviously a cold, damp evening. Everyone in this room and here tonight wants the game to be thriving. The reality is at the moment it isn't. "Our form is playing a part of that and I've got to front 20

6 May 2018 10:30 AM Arzani, Cahill set to be named in preliminary World Cup squad

Australia are close to locking in the international future of Daniel Arzani after naming the highly rated teenager in the preliminary squad for the World Cup next month. The 19-year-old Melbourne City midfielder is expected to be named on Monday by Socceroos' coach Bert van Marwijk in a preliminary squad that could include as many as 35 players 16

21 April 2018 5:32 AM Politics could threaten Canberra greyhound plans to develop track

But Brown suggested Capital Football are keen to avoid becoming a political football between the greyhound club and the government and that they'd likely align with the latter. "We’ve progressed with discussions with other organisations, specifically the ACT government, which makes a lot more sense, given the majority of fields that our clubs access 40

30 March 2018 11:01 PM Plans for Yatala track withdrawn after frustrating two years

The Yatala club had been gifted the land, valued at $3 million, for the track and commercial zone by harness racing benefactor Kevin Seymour, but in two years no progress had been made on building a track. Since the Gold Coast track was closed Queensland has been left with only two TAB harness tracks in recent years: Albion Park and Redcliffe. “The club has invested 25

7 March 2018 10:32 PM WNBL: Canberra Capitals sign marquee player Kelsey Griffin

"I've had the opportunity to work with Paul in an Opals capacity and he helped develop parts of my game," Griffin said. "His plans for the Capitals align with what I want to achieve in my career and I'm keen to see where he can take me. I'm really excited to join this club." Goriss says Griffin will be invaluable for the Capitals given she averaged 16.8 points 37

21 February 2018 7:31 AM Canberra United star Josh Gulevski earns Western Sydney Wanderers NYL contract

"There are others in the ACT who deserve an opportunity but we just don't have that exposure that other kids do in other states. "There are good players in Canberra, it's just a matter of the right people seeing you at the right time and an A-League club giving you a chance. "It is tougher coming from Canberra because it's not every day they're going 32

16 February 2018 7:33 AM FFA announce A-League expansion to 12 teams but clubs are wary of 'smokescreen'

Two new clubs could enter the A-League next year after Football Federation Australia confirmed expansion plans for the 2019-20 season in welcome news for much of the football fraternity. However, existing clubs dismissed the announcement as a "smokescreen" ahead of FIFA's looming intervention in the governance of Australia's football affairs. Following 45

16 February 2018 3:18 AM Battle lines drawn as FIFA get set to mediate between Australian soccer's warring parties

The two can no longer be separated, as FFA chairman Steven Lowy has now become the biggest factor linking the two issues. Sure, Simon Pearce of Melbourne City and Greg Griffin of Adelaide United, the two main frontmen for the A-League clubs opposed to Lowy, are key members of the dramatis personae in what has veered between a comedy of errors - without 38