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RR wrote:

Gallop doing a press conference at 7pm, better grab the popcorn

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Couldn't figure out where to post it - mods feel free to redirect / repost.

Was pretty interesting if not exactly surprising Australia crashing out of the Asian Cup. Local (Aus) media are ripping them to shreds for not having decent strikers in the squad. They already had to resort to penalties to advance against Uzbekistan, and could not score against the mighty UAE and went down to a goal due to a pisspoor backpass to the keeper being intercepted. Expected more from Arnie to be honest.

Don't think Arnie coached Degenek to make that terrible back pass.

Socceroos goal scoring problems go way back, pre Arnold.

Some stat like when Cahill & Jedinak retired, they had scored basically 50% of Australia's goals for last 10 years or something. Neither was a striker.

Robbie Kruse has 5 goals in 75 appearances. Considering he burst onto the scenes with Victory as a goal scorer, he's been disappointing, at international level.

Mat Leckie a bit better with 9 goals in 61 games.

They would love to have the Woodsman.

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Surprising they did not call up Troisi or even Goodwin seeing that Mooy was injured (OK so Mooy is not a striker), but Arzani was also out.

Actually, getting outplayed quite a bit these days

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Graham Arnold eyeing up the Hibernian job. 

Allegedly

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Tegal wrote:

Graham Arnold eyeing up the Hibernian job. 

Next thing we know, Kevin Muscat will be coaching Socceroos.

Actually, getting outplayed quite a bit these days

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Hyundai A-League-based players in Arnold’s squad will miss only one round (22) as the 2020 AFC U-23 Championship Qualifiers are being held in a FIFA window.

*One player from the 24-player squad listed below will be omitted prior to the qualifiers in Cambodia.

Australian U-23 National Team Squad | 2020 AFC U-23 Championship Qualifiers | 22-26 March (Phnom Penh, Cambodia)
Name Club, Country
Nathaniel ATKINSON Melbourne City FC, Australia
Keanu BACCUS Western Sydney Wanderers FC, Australia
George BLACKWOOD Adelaide United, Australia
Jake BRIMMER Perth Glory FC, Australia
Joseph CHAMPNESS Newcastle Jets FC, Australia
Nicholas D’AGOSTINO Brisbane Roar FC, Australia
Thomas DENG Melbourne Victory FC, Australia
Denis GENREAU PEC Zwolle, Netherlands
Alex GERSBACH NAC Breda, Netherlands
Thomas GLOVER (Gk) Tottenham Hotspur, England
Jordan HOLMES (Gk) St Mirren, Scotland
John KOUTROUMBIS Newcastle Jets FC, Australia
Abraham MAJOK Western Sydney Wanderers FC, Australia
Daniel MARGUSH (Gk) Adelaide United, Australia
Riley MCGREE Melbourne City FC, Australia
Tass MOURDOUKOUTAS Western Sydney Wanderers FC, Australia
Aiden O’NEILL Central Coast Mariners FC, Australia
Sebastian PASQUALI Ajax Amsterdam, Netherlands
Reno PISCOPO AC Renate, Italy
Harry SOUTTAR Stoke City, England
Ivan VUJICA Newcastle Jets FC, Australia
Lachlan WALES Melbourne City FC, Australia
Pierce WARING Cerezo Osaka, Japan
Brandon WILSON Perth Glory FC, Australia
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Cool. Round 22 for Nix is WSW 17th March?

No Mourdoukoutas, Majok or Baccus.

All started last game out for WSW verus Glory.

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