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19 August 2018 1:52 PM Socceroo Mark Milligan heading to Scottish Premier League

Socceroos defender Mark Milligan has signed a two-year deal with Scottish club Hibernian, subject to securing a work permit. The former Melbourne Victory captain, 33, impressed in his three matches for Australia at last month's World Cup in Russia. He has played 71 times for the Socceroos. "I know it's a big club with an exciting young squad, and I hope to be able to add to that with my experience 4

2 August 2018 2:33 AM Former Arsenal star linked with A-League move

If Flamini signs, the defensively minded midfielder is unlikely to cure their goalscoring woes - the 33 they scored last year were only surpassed by last and second last-placed teams, Wellington and Central Coast - but the acquisitions of Socceroos striker Adam Taggart and veteran Danish winger Tobias Mikkelsen will help on that side of the ball. The Roar have marquee 13

17 July 2018 11:45 AM Tim Cahill's top ten moments: the greatest Socceroo that almost wasn't

1 Cahill made his debut for the Australian national team on 30 March 2004 in a friendly against South Africa - his first of a total of 107 senior appearances. Later that year he would finish second-highest scorer at the 2004 OFC Nations Cup, his competitive debut a precursor to his six goals. 2 Success in the OFC Nations Cup put Australia on the path to the World 10

13 July 2018 2:03 AM FIFA accuse 'small group' of Socceroos fans of homophobic chant

"Assuming the reports are correct, FFA does not condone homophobia or any antisocial behaviour. It is also important to note that reports indicate this was four people who were allegedly doing something unacceptable ... there were more than six thousand Australian fans in the stadium," an FFA spokesman said. FFA were on Friday making every effort to speak 15

28 June 2018 5:12 PM Socceroos stalwart Mark Milligan to decide future in a matter of weeks

After his fourth World Cup campaign, Milligan remains unsure whether he will the same commitment to the national team as he has throughout his career. Speaking after the Socceroos’ 2-0 defeat to Peru in their final Group match of the World Cup, Milligan said he will use the upcoming break to weigh-up whether he will continue putting his hand up for selection 15

27 June 2018 4:37 AM Daniel Arzani postpones return, heading to London to hold meetings over future

Sochi: Daniel Arzani will begin engineering his potential move to Europe immediately with the Socceroos' rising star set to hold meetings over his future this week. The highly-rated 19-year-old will not return home to Australia following the Socceroo's elimination from the 2018 World Cup in Russia on Tuesday night (Wednesday morning AEST), instead travelling 11

27 June 2018 1:30 AM Van Marwijk exits with no regrets over Cahill, selection or style

Van Marwijk won't lose any sleep over his reluctance to use Tim Cahill until the final 40 minutes of Australia's World Cup campaign - despite the condemnation and clamour for his inclusion from some of the more fevered elements of the Australian media - nor his failure to use Massimo Luongo, or several others, for a minute in this tournament. He works 10

25 June 2018 7:03 AM Canberra Times sport podcast: Can the Raiders and Brumbies stay alive?

Elliott Whitehead and Joe Tapine will go from the home of the Denver Broncos to that of the Brisbane Broncos on opposite sides of the globe, and "there's no way in the world" they'll be sitting on the sidelines when the going gets tough. The Canberra Raiders duo will go from Denver to Brisbane in a bid to keep the Green Machine's season alive in a crucial 16

23 June 2018 1:00 PM AFL v soccer: A pitch battle for numbers

Each sport has its own turf and knows where it can and can’t compete. The Socceroos at the World Cup are impregnable. If they make footy seem smaller and parochial, they also tap into the fabled cultural cringe, our desire to be relevant on the global stage. In the long haul, the global game has always been viewed as the greatest threat and most serious 17

23 June 2018 6:16 AM How van Marwijk sets the platform for Arnold's Socceroos take-over

Captain Mile Jedinak will likely remain with the national team through to the Asian Cup but beyond that, his future in the national team is uncertain. Already 33, it's highly likely the Aston Villa man won't be part of another World Cup qualification campaign, meaning Australia will already be looking for a new leader. Another gift provided by van Marwijk 15