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Archives: Australia

Women’s World Cup: Australia-Japan, England-Canada TV times and open thread

Posted on by Jacquelyn Brazzale
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The final two teams to join the United States and Germany in the semi-finals of the 2015 Women’s World Cup will be decided today. The host nation, Canada, is looking to place themselves one step closer to the title and … Continue reading

Australia’s historic win against Brazil breeds confidence and self belief

Posted on by Cronan Yu
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The caption of a graphic that Nike Soccer uploaded onto their social media channels recently read: Strong Alone. Unstoppable together. If anything, Australia’s history-making quarter-finals berth into the Women’s World Cup was the manifestation of exactly that. While the Matildas cannot exactly … Continue reading

Ecuador-Japan, Switzerland-Cameroon, Australia-Sweden TV times and open thread

Posted on by Jacquelyn Brazzale
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So far, Group C and D has had some of the best drama in the 2015 Women’s World Cup with the places in the knock-out stages all being up for grabs. These games will not only determine who makes it to the … Continue reading

Australia-Nigeria, Switzerland-Ecuador, Japan-Cameroon TV times and open thread

Posted on by Jacquelyn Brazzale
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Today is our chance to get a second look at the Group of Death, better known as Group D. Although the U.S. Women’s National Team vs. Sweden might be the main attraction, Australia vs. Nigeria will be a great match with … Continue reading

USA vs Australia preview: US faces plenty of questions marks ahead of crucial game

Posted on by Jacquelyn Brazzale
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Many have been waiting to see the US Women’s National Team open their tournament to find out if they’ll be able to put together a complete 90 minutes. Australia provides the perfect test for U.S. in its first game. Both teams … Continue reading

An in-depth review of a stunning AFC 2015 Asian Cup tournament

Posted on by Thariq Amir

Going into the 2015 AFC Asian Cup there were a number of teams who had a point to prove. After a disappointing showing at the World Cup in Brazil the likes of Japan, South Korea, Iran and Australia had an … Continue reading

Australia vs South Korea: AFC Asian Cup Final preview and prediction

Posted on by Thariq Amir
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So after 30 games, 257 shots on target, 178 saves and 77 goals, we’re down to one final meaningful game in the AFC Asian Cup — Australia against South Korea (live on One World Sports and DishWorld at 4am ET/1am … Continue reading

Australia vs United Arab Emirates Asian Cup semi-final: Preview and prediction

Posted on by Thariq Amir
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Australia and South Korea are the favorites to meet in the 2015 AFC Asian Cup final but Australia must dismiss the United Arab Emirates to book a place in the final against the Korea team that defeated Iraq 2-0 earlier on Monday. … Continue reading

Highlights of China PR vs Australia and South Korea vs Uzbekistan games [VIDEO]

Posted on by Thariq Amir
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The 2015 AFC Asian Cup witnessed a unique event. That’s right, for the first time since the tournament kicked off, there was a game that didn’t have a conclusive result after 90 minutes. South Korea versus Uzbekistan has the ‘honor’ … Continue reading

Tim Cahill scores spectacular bicycle kick to put Australia in Asian Cup semi-final [VIDEO]

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Striker Tim Cahill scored a spectacular bicycle kick earlier this morning to book Australia a place in the 2015 Asian Cup semi-final. Cahill’s superb goal helped Australia go on to a 2-0 victory against China. The New York Red Bulls … Continue reading

AFC Asian Cup Quarter-Finals preview and predictions

Posted on by Thariq Amir
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The group stage of the 2015 AFC Asian Cup is over and there wasn’t a single draw at all. There have been 24 definitive results in 24 matches, which is quite remarkable. The knockouts have a lot to live up … Continue reading

2015 AFC Asian Cup Weekend Wrap-Up: Australia Feeling the Pressure

Posted on by Thariq Amir
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The 2015 AFC Asian Cup has written itself in the history books. How so? Well after this weekend’s results, the tournament has seen 20 straight games with a winner. That’s right there have been no draws in this tournament thus … Continue reading

5 Observations From Australia’s 4-1 Win Against Kuwait in 2015 Asian Cup

Posted on by Thariq Amir
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The Asian Cup kicked off in Melbourne on Friday with a goal-laden game between hosts Australia and Kuwait. One of the pre-tournament favorites, Australia, eventually ran out 4-1 winners but the scoreline didn’t reflect some of the anxiety the Socceroos suffered … Continue reading

2015 AFC Asian Cup Preview: Asia’s Top Teams Look For Redemption After World Cup

Posted on by Thariq Amir
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There have been 60 games, 258 shots on target, 408 shots off target, 103 goals, 84 saves, 112 yellows and eight reds. Those numbers, statistically at least, paints a picture of the qualification process for Asia’s premier international football tournament … Continue reading

Manchester City Confirmed For 2015 International Champions Cup In Australia

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Reigning Premier League champions Manchester City have been confirmed as the second of three teams who will compete in the International Champions Cup, which will be held in July in Melbourne, Australia. Manchester City joins European champions Real Madrid as … Continue reading

Real Madrid To Participate In 2015 International Champions Cup In Australia

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Victoria sports minister Damien Drum has confirmed that Real Madrid will take part in next summer’s edition of the International Champions Cup (ICC) which will be held in Melbourne, Australia from July 18-24. The Spanish giants will be making their debut … Continue reading

5 Reasons Why Asian Soccer is on the Decline

Posted on by Gary O'Toole
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After several years of hard work, grueling traveling schedules and thorough preparations, Asia produced four World Cup qualifiers – Japan, Australia, South Korea and Iran. The fact that none of these four sides picked up a victory in a combined … Continue reading