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Ange Postecoglou backs Aaron Mooy for European move, Club Brugge keen

Aaron Mooy put in a good performance despite Australia's 2-1 loss to England.

Melbourne City midfielder Aaron Mooy produced another assured performance in the Socceroos midfield in the 2-1 loss to England on Friday, as speculation about his future reached new heights.

Several leading European scouts were believed to have been in attendance at Sunderland's Stadium of Light where goals to Marcus Rashford and Wayne Rooney helped England defeat Australia.

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Mooy won't be deciding his club future until after the Socceroos' two friendlies against Greece in Australia next month.


Ex-Socceroo Mark Bridge signs with Chiang Rai United in Thai League

Western Sydney striker Mark Bridge
Australian forward Mark Bridge has joined Chiang Rai United from Western Sydney Wanderers.

Former Socceroo Mark Bridge has brought down the curtain on an 11-year A-League career by signing with ambitious Thailand club Chiang Rai United.

The 30-year-old joins Chiang Rai United from Western Sydney Wanderers where he enjoyed four successful seasons, winning the AFC Champions League in 2014 after the Australians beat Al-Hilal in the final.

Coach Teerasak Po-on hopes that Bridge can help his side break into the Premier League of Thailand's top five, building on a solid start to their campaign....

Hangzhou Greentown's Tim Cahill set to continue Chinese Super League stay

Hangzhou Greentown midfielder Tim Cahill
Hangzhou Greentown midfielder Tim Cahill is likely to continue playing in China next season.

Socceroos' star Tim Cahill is reportedly set to stay in China with at least three clubs interested in signing him up for next season.

Australia's all-time leading goal scorer was earmarked by A-League clubs and Football Federation Australia as a potential marquee signing for next season as he will be available as a free agent in July, Fairfax Media reports.

That's at the expiration of his existing deal with Huangzhou Greentown.

But Cahill's management has ruled out a move to Australia as the 36-year-old...

Sydney FC's Arnold will axe up to six players for next season's A-League

Heartbreak as a last minute screamer sends the sky blues out on away goals.

Graham Arnold will cull up to six Sydney FC players over the next couple of days, as the coach pledges a more ruthless recruitment approach to get his club back to the top of the A-League.

Fresh from Wednesday night's heartbreaking Asian Champions League (ACL) exit, Arnold said major surgery was needed before next season.

He expected "another five or six" of his squad would follow already-departed cousins Jacques Faty and Mickael Tavares out the door.

The Sky Blues' 2-2 second-leg draw with Shandong...