2019 Season

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No excuses for wannabe Olyroos - Arnold

Graham Arnold's bid to return the Olyroos to the Olympic Games for the first time in 12 years begins on Friday night. And he believes they're ready.

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Al-Araibi slams FFA's support of Sheikh Salman

Hakeem al-Araibi has joined the PFA in condemning the FFA's support for the re-election of AFC president Sheikh Salman Bin Ibrahim Al-Khalifa.

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Refugee footballer Al-Araibi to be released

Court spokesman Suriyan Hongvilai said Al-Araibi, who lives and plays football in Australia, was being processed for release.

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Stajcic 'remains in the dark' over sacking

A frustrated Alen Stajcic still doesn't know why he was sacked as Matildas coach almost three weeks ago, according to Football Coaches Australia.

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Pim Verbeek quits Oman, calls time on career

Oman coach Pim Verbeek resigned from the post on Wednesday with the former Australia and Korea boss calling time on a 40-year managerial career.

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Stajcic sacking saga set to come to climax

Storm clouds around FFA's decision to sack Alen Stajcic should bring their downpour within a week, as the jilted coach considers his options.

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Arnold rejects link to vacant Hibernian job

Socceroos coach Graham Arnold has belatedly knocked back speculation suggesting he was interested in leaving the national team to coach in Scotland.

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54dAnte Jukic

Australia's Asian Cup failure is on Arnold

Graham Arnold has the Socceroos playing like his title-winning Sydney FC side. So why were they sent packing from the Asian Cup by the UAE?

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Source: Graham Arnold interested in Hibs job

Australia boss Graham Arnold is interested in succeeding Neil Lennon as manager of Scottish Premiership side Hibernian, a source has told ESPN.

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Degenek dejected for Socceroos' 'mistake'

"I've got to deal with it. I've had situations like this before -- you learn, you grow up," Milos Degenek said of his costly Asian Cup mistake.