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 Posted by Associated Press
5 days ago

Topor-Stanley highlights new Australian squad for friendlies

Centreback Nikolai Topor-Stanley has been in good form for the Western Sydney Wanderers in the Asian Champions League.

MELBOURNE, Australia -- Australia has retained veterans Tim Cahill and Mark Bresciano while recalling Nikolai Topor-Stanley to the squad for the first time in six years and selecting uncapped striker Bernie Ibini for friendlies next month in the United Arab Emirates and Qatar.

The 23-man Australia squad contains a slew of changes from the teams that played recent friendlies against Saudi Arabia and Belgium, with Robbie Kruse, Carl Valeri, Bailey Wright and Ben Halloran all missing out.

Coach Ange...

Jeff Carls Posted by Jeff Carlisle
6 days ago

Qatar World Cup speculation provides a lot of smoke, but no fire yet

When the sport you govern finds itself under pressure, sometimes the only thing you can do is come out fighting.

Ever since Qatar was awarded the right to host the 2022 World Cup, hope has remained in some quarters that the tournament would ultimately be taken away from the tiny Middle Eastern country. Allegations of corruption have generated plenty of smoke, as have the appalling working conditions inside the country. Yet there hasn't been any fire, at least by FIFA's narrow definition.

The accumulation of fuel continues, however. The latest addition to the possible pyrotechnics came this week when FIFA Executive...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
6 days ago

Melbourne keen to host World Cup 2022 games should Qatar miss out

When the sport you govern finds itself under pressure, sometimes the only thing you can do is come out fighting.

Melbourne is ready to help Australia stage the 2022 World Cup should Qatar be stripped of its right to host the tournament.

Speculation has been mounting that Qatar will miss out on the competition, with FIFA executive board member Theo Zwanziger stating that he believes it will take place elsewhere due to the health risks for players and fans in the extreme heat of the Gulf State.

"Personally, I believe that the 2022 World Cup will not take place in Qatar in the end," he told Sport Bild.

Qatar organisers,...

Sep 8, 2014

Socceroos end losing streak with win over Saudi Arabia

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Australia's Bailey Wright celebrates after scoring their third goal against Saudi Arabia on Monday.

Australia picked up their first win in almost 10 months but they were pushed all the way by Saudi Arabia in their friendly international at Craven Cottage.

A 1-0 success over Costa Rica in November 2013 was the last victory for the Socceroos, with three defeats at the World Cup adding to a dismal run of six losses in seven games.

This unconvincing win finally breaks that duck after they looked odds-on to coast the game as Tim Cahill and Mile Jedinak scored in the opening six minutes.

Their long-awaited...

 Posted by ESPN Staff
Sep 4, 2014

Saudi Arabia hope to win Asian Cup

Saudi Arabia will use their upcoming friendly with Australia to prepare for the Asian Cup.

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