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So between 1975 and 1983 New Zealand were the dominant force in Oceania when Australia was around shame there are no video of the games back then..

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NZ were not the dominant force in Oceania in those times. Aussie was.

If you are old and wise you were probably young and stupid

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Royz wrote:

So between 1975 and 1983 New Zealand were the dominant force in Oceania when Australia was around shame there are no video of the games back then..

Hi there, these 2 playlists have some footage you might like:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8aDhxPE4J9...

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8aDhxPE4J9...

Royz
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Leggy wrote:

[quote=Royz]

So between 1975 and 1983 New Zealand were the dominant force in Oceania when Australia was around shame there are no video of the games back then..

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NZ were not the dominant force in Oceania in those times. Aussie was.

WRONG! its in Frank Aroks bio "My beloved Socceroos" and its mentioned in Johnny Warrens Bio about the shame of not beating a NZ side for 8 years as they were the dominate force for that period of time.

Mr Positive

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Khalil Media wrote:

Royz wrote:

So between 1975 and 1983 New Zealand were the dominant force in Oceania when Australia was around shame there are no video of the games back then..

Hi there, these 2 playlists have some footage you might like:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8aDhxPE4J9...

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8aDhxPE4J9...

Thank you, much appreciated, 

Mr Positive

chubbs
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27 march 1977

sydney

wcq

australia 3 ; nz 1

1981 world cup game in sydney (the Grant Turner header !!!) was first win by NZ for a while and we were dominant for a few years after that

chubbs
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actually just remembered we did beat Oz in 1979 on a Newmarket Park bog

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Leggy wrote:

[quote=Royz]

So between 1975 and 1983 New Zealand were the dominant force in Oceania when Australia was around shame there are no video of the games back then..

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NZ were not the dominant force in Oceania in those times. Aussie was.

Pretty much even stevens if you just take that time period.

3 losses, 2 draws & 4 wins. Socceroos got to 1978 WC & AWs to 1982 WC

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Australia%E2%80%93Ne...

All official matches between Australia and New Zealand[edit] Scores and results list New Zealand's goal tally first
29 February 1976 Newmarket Park, Auckland 0–1 Friendly
2 March 1976 Olympic Park, Melbourne 1–3 Friendly
27 March 1977 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 1–3 1978 FIFA World Cup qualification
30 March 1977 Newmarket Park, Auckland 1–1 1978 FIFA World Cup qualification
13 June 1979 Newmarket Park, Auckland 1–0 Friendly
25 April 1981 Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland 3–3 1982 FIFA World Cup qualification
16 May 1981 Sydney Cricket Ground, Australia 2–0 1982 FIFA World Cup qualification
22 February 1983 Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland 2–1 Friendly
27 February 1983 Olympic Park, Melbourne 2–0 Friendly
The JourneyFan
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coochiee wrote:

Leggy wrote:

[quote=Royz]

So between 1975 and 1983 New Zealand were the dominant force in Oceania when Australia was around shame there are no video of the games back then..

[/quote

NZ were not the dominant force in Oceania in those times. Aussie was.

Pretty much even stevens if you just take that time period.

3 losses, 2 draws & 4 wins. Socceroos got to 1978 WC & AWs to 1982 WC

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Australia%E2%80%93Ne...

All official matches between Australia and New Zealand[edit] Scores and results list New Zealand's goal tally first
29 February 1976 Newmarket Park, Auckland 0–1 Friendly
2 March 1976 Olympic Park, Melbourne 1–3 Friendly
27 March 1977 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 1–3 1978 FIFA World Cup qualification
30 March 1977 Newmarket Park, Auckland 1–1 1978 FIFA World Cup qualification
13 June 1979 Newmarket Park, Auckland 1–0 Friendly
25 April 1981 Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland 3–3 1982 FIFA World Cup qualification
16 May 1981 Sydney Cricket Ground, Australia 2–0 1982 FIFA World Cup qualification
22 February 1983 Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland 2–1 Friendly
27 February 1983 Olympic Park, Melbourne 2–0 Friendly

in was 1974 when Australia qualified for the World Cup

NZ were the dominant team in Oceania from 1972-78, but that was because Australia were a member of Asia at the time

http://thejourneyfan.blogspot.co.nz/

New Zealand Football Media Association Website of the year 2015 & 2016

Leggy
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Royz wrote:

Leggy wrote:

[quote=Royz]

So between 1975 and 1983 New Zealand were the dominant force in Oceania when Australia was around shame there are no video of the games back then..

[/quote

NZ were not the dominant force in Oceania in those times. Aussie was.

WRONG! its in Frank Aroks bio "My beloved Socceroos" and its mentioned in Johnny Warrens Bio about the shame of not beating a NZ side for 8 years as they were the dominate force for that period of time.

I guess if you think 4-3 is dominant then you are correct..

If you are old and wise you were probably young and stupid

Nelfoos
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Leggy wrote:

Royz wrote:

Leggy wrote:

[quote=Royz]

So between 1975 and 1983 New Zealand were the dominant force in Oceania when Australia was around shame there are no video of the games back then..

[/quote

NZ were not the dominant force in Oceania in those times. Aussie was.

WRONG! its in Frank Aroks bio "My beloved Socceroos" and its mentioned in Johnny Warrens Bio about the shame of not beating a NZ side for 8 years as they were the dominate force for that period of time.

I guess if you think 4-3 is dominant then you are correct..

Royz has never been correct in his entire life. Its the only thing he's known for.

Valley FC til I die

Royz
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Just went over Frank Aroks books and it says they had not beaten New Zealand in World Cup Qualifiers for that 8 year period.

Mr Positive

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Royz wrote:

Just went over Frank Aroks books and it says they had not beaten New Zealand in World Cup Qualifiers for that 8 year period.

Frank Arok is a children's book author?

Reading age 10 & below?

coochiee
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coochiee wrote:

Leggy wrote:

[quote=Royz]

So between 1975 and 1983 New Zealand were the dominant force in Oceania when Australia was around shame there are no video of the games back then..

[/quote

NZ were not the dominant force in Oceania in those times. Aussie was.

Pretty much even stevens if you just take that time period.

3 losses, 2 draws & 4 wins. Socceroos got to 1978 WC & AWs to 1982 WC

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Australia%E2%80%93Ne...

All official matches between Australia and New Zealand[edit] Scores and results list New Zealand's goal tally first
29 February 1976 Newmarket Park, Auckland 0–1 Friendly
2 March 1976 Olympic Park, Melbourne 1–3 Friendly
27 March 1977 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 1–3 1978 FIFA World Cup qualification
30 March 1977 Newmarket Park, Auckland 1–1 1978 FIFA World Cup qualification
13 June 1979 Newmarket Park, Auckland 1–0 Friendly
25 April 1981 Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland 3–3 1982 FIFA World Cup qualification
16 May 1981 Sydney Cricket Ground, Australia 2–0 1982 FIFA World Cup qualification
22 February 1983 Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland 2–1 Friendly
27 February 1983 Olympic Park, Melbourne 2–0 Friendly

in was 1974 when Australia qualified for the World Cup

NZ were the dominant team in Oceania from 1972-78, but that was because Australia were a member of Asia at the time

Sorry right you are.

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coochiee wrote:

Royz wrote:

Just went over Frank Aroks books and it says they had not beaten New Zealand in World Cup Qualifiers for that 8 year period.

Frank Arok is a children's book author?

Reading age 10 & below?

Have some respect, he just died last week and did great things for Australian football.

Mr Positive

reg22
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arok was a legend alright. he took australia to new heights with mostly local players; witness their bicentennial gold cup

i wonder if kevin fallon had anything to say about frank arok in his blog? 

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Royz wrote:

coochiee wrote:

Royz wrote:

Just went over Frank Aroks books and it says they had not beaten New Zealand in World Cup Qualifiers for that 8 year period.

Frank Arok is a children's book author?

Reading age 10 & below?

Have some respect, he just died last week and did great things for Australian football.

It wasn't a dig at Frank Arok, more at someone else Royz.

Nelfoos
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coochiee wrote:

Royz wrote:

coochiee wrote:

Royz wrote:

Just went over Frank Aroks books and it says they had not beaten New Zealand in World Cup Qualifiers for that 8 year period.

Frank Arok is a children's book author?

Reading age 10 & below?

Have some respect, he just died last week and did great things for Australian football.

It wasn't a dig at Frank Arok, more at someone else Royz.

I do like that he's doubled down on the "I have terrible reading comprehension".

Valley FC til I die

The JourneyFan
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reg22 wrote:

arok was a legend alright. he took australia to new heights with mostly local players; witness their bicentennial gold cup

i wonder if kevin fallon had anything to say about frank arok in his blog? 

he did - this is what he said

"Sad to hear of the death of ex Socceroo Coach Frank Arok. He lived to a grand old age of 88. He was in charge of Australia during part of my “All White” career. Never over demonstrative in fact quite the opposite. I remember meeting him in the early morning entering a lift at Logan Park Hotel.

“Good morning Frank are you fit?” was my address.

“Fit? Fit for what?

Fit to drop.”

Was his reply.

RIP Frank. "

http://thejourneyfan.blogspot.co.nz/

New Zealand Football Media Association Website of the year 2015 & 2016

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Nelfoos wrote:

coochiee wrote:

Royz wrote:

coochiee wrote:

Royz wrote:

Just went over Frank Aroks books and it says they had not beaten New Zealand in World Cup Qualifiers for that 8 year period.

Frank Arok is a children's book author?

Reading age 10 & below?

Have some respect, he just died last week and did great things for Australian football.

It wasn't a dig at Frank Arok, more at someone else Royz.

I do like that he's doubled down on the "I have terrible reading comprehension".

This.

Each 'there' instead of 'their' chips away at my faith in the NZ education system.

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