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Yep society has changed forever because of social media and in most cases for the worst. Too far gone to fix as well, I admire his stance and hope he works out what is best for him.https://www.espn.com.au/football/me...r22quits-because-of-online-abuse?platform=amp
Really hate seeing this.
AFC going heavy on the stick rather than offering a carrot. All for a tournament that gets less local interest than the FFA cup and we have almost no chance of progressing in anyway.ydney FC, Melbourne Victory and Perth Glory will reluctantly fulfil their AFC Champions League obligations in Qatar later this month after they were threatened with a $300,000 fine and two-year suspension from the tournament if they withdrew.
Sydney FC, Melbourne Victory and Perth Glory will reluctantly fulfil their AFC Champions League obligations in Qatar later this month after they were threatened with a $300,000 fine and two-year suspension from the tournament if they withdrew.
|Nathaniel ATKINSON||Melbourne City FC|
|Keanu BACCUS||Western Sydney Wanderers FC|
|DANIEL BOUMAN||Central Coast Mariners FC|
|Cameron DEVLIN||Wellington Phoenix FC|
|Denis GENREAU||Macarthur FC|
|Tom GLOVER (Gk)||Melbourne City FC|
|Tom HEWARD-BELLE (Gk)||Sydney FC|
|Luke IVANOVIC||Sydney FC|
|Joel KING||Sydney FC|
|Johnny KOUTROUMBIS||Newcastle Jets FC|
|Joshua LAWS||Wellington Phoenix FC|
|Connor METCALFE||Melbourne City FC|
|Tass MOURDOUKOUTAS||Western Sydney Wanderers FC|
|Ramy NAJJARINE||Newcastle Jets FC|
|Jordan O’DOHERTY||Western Sydney Wanderers FC|
|Aiden O’NEILL||Melbourne City FC|
|Connor O’TOOLE||Newcastle Jets FC|
|ADAM PEARCE (Gk)||Central Coast Mariners FC|
|Reno PISCOPO||Wellington Phoenix FC|
|KYE ROWLES||Central Coast Mariners FC|
|Tate RUSSELL||Western Sydney Wanderers FC|
|Nicholas SORRAS (Gk)||Sydney Olympic FC (NPL NSW)|
|Ryan STRAIN||Adelaide United|
|Angus THURGATE||Newcastle Jets FC|
|Lachie WALES||Western United FC|
|Brandon WILSON||Perth Glory FC|
Basically because he`s not as bad a keeper as a lot on here think he is...26 players assemble as Olyroos’ road to Tokyo resumes
FFA MediaUpdated: 3 hrs ago
Football Federation Australia (FFA) today confirmed the 26-player squad that will participate in Australia’s U-23 men’s national football team training camp in Sydney over the next nine days.
The entirely domestic-based selection features eleven (11) players from the squad that helped Australia qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in January this year, when Australia secured third place at the AFC U-23 Championship in Thailand.
While in camp the Australia U-23 selection will play two friendly fixtures against A-League clubs – the first against Sydney FC on Thursday, 12 November 2020 (kick-off 7:00pm AEDT) at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium in Kogarah, and the second on Tuesday, 17 November 2020 against the competition’s newest club, Macarthur FC (kick-off 3:00pm AEDT) at the same venue.
Players with AFC Champions League commitments with their clubs in Doha, Qatar (Sydney FC and Perth Glory FC) will depart the assembly following the first match of the camp later this week.
The squad began to convene in Sydney on Sunday, and the team’s Head Coach, Graham Arnold, said players arrived with a spring in their step.
“After a year of little national team activity, the players arrived yesterday eager to be back in camp and to resume the journey to Tokyo,” Arnold said.
“Australia’s history in the men’s football competition at the Olympic Games dates back to Melbourne 1956, and this generation of players helped to secure Australia’s men’s team a return to the Olympic Games for the first time since Beijing 2008.
“This group of players – and the many more we are monitoring in Australia and overseas – have the opportunity to be part of a special period in Olyroos history as we work towards Tokyo. The next nine days and the forthcoming A-League season represents a fresh start and a great opportunity for all players to push their case for Olyroos selection in Tokyo,” he said.
A limited number of tickets (due to COVID-19 protocols) will be available for the first fixture between Australia U-23 and Sydney FC, with tickets on sale now via Ticketek. All patrons are reminded to follow the latest health advice and observe COVID-safe protocols, including staying home if unwell.
Australia U-23’s matches against Sydney FC and Macarthur FC will be streamed live and free by FFA, with the games to be available via Facebook, Kayo Sports, and the My Football Live App.
Leading Australian football commentator, Simon Hill, will call the action during both fixtures. Throughout the Sydney FC broadcast, Hill will be joined by Trevor Morgan (National Technical Director and Joeys Head Coach) to discuss the challenges and opportunities that exist in Australian football’s elite men’s pathways, and to shine the light on many of the clubs and programs that have contributed to the development of the talented players on display.
Australia U-23 Men’s National Team Squad | November 2020 | Training Camp & Friendly Matches | Sydney, Australia
Name Current Club Nathaniel ATKINSON Melbourne City FC Keanu BACCUS Western Sydney Wanderers FC DANIEL BOUMAN Central Coast Mariners FC Cameron DEVLIN Wellington Phoenix FC Denis GENREAU Macarthur FC Tom GLOVER (Gk) Melbourne City FC Tom HEWARD-BELLE (Gk) Sydney FC Luke IVANOVIC Sydney FC Joel KING Sydney FC Johnny KOUTROUMBIS Newcastle Jets FC Joshua LAWS Wellington Phoenix FC Connor METCALFE Melbourne City FC Tass MOURDOUKOUTAS Western Sydney Wanderers FC Ramy NAJJARINE Newcastle Jets FC Jordan O’DOHERTY Western Sydney Wanderers FC Aiden O’NEILL Melbourne City FC Connor O’TOOLE Newcastle Jets FC ADAM PEARCE (Gk) Central Coast Mariners FC Reno PISCOPO Wellington Phoenix FC KYE ROWLES Central Coast Mariners FC Tate RUSSELL Western Sydney Wanderers FC Nicholas SORRAS (Gk) Sydney Olympic FC (NPL NSW) Ryan STRAIN Adelaide United Angus THURGATE Newcastle Jets FC Lachie WALES Western United FC Brandon WILSON Perth Glory FC
Australia U-23 Men’s National Football Team v Sydney FC
Venue: Netstrata Jubilee Stadium, Kogarah, New South Wales
Date: Thursday, 12 November 2020
Kick-off: 7:00pm AEDT
Tickets: GET YOUR TICKETS HERE (limited number of tickets due to COVID-19 protocols available online only)
Broadcast: Live via Facebook (Socceroos, Sydney FC, A-League), Kayo Sports, My Football Live App, My Football YouTube
Australia U-23 Men’s National Football Team v Macarthur FC
Venue: Netstrata Jubilee Stadium, Kogarah, New South Wales
Date: Tuesday, 17 November 2020
Kick-off: 3:00pm AEDT
Broadcast: Live via Facebook (Socceroos, Macarthur FC, A-League), Kayo Sports, My Football Live App, My Football YouTube
*Please note this match will not be open to the public.
How the f**k did Adam Pearce make the squad.
Probably a whole other thread but who would you take? Ryan would be tempting even though Glover is in decent form. What are the other major holes to fill? Striker - Taggart/Maclaren maybe? Either would be a step up. Do you take an experienced CB like Sainsbury for leadership? Mooy to run the midfield?Suffice to say Maty is one of the overage players I would take to the Olympics. Probably Glover as the back-up. Only an 18 man squad to go to Tokyo with up to 3 overage.
Probably a whole other thread but who would you take? Ryan would be tempting even though Glover is in decent form. What are the other major holes to fill? Striker - Taggart/Maclaren maybe? Either would be a step up. Do you take an experienced CB like Sainsbury for leadership? Mooy to run the midfield?