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10:14 AM Football Federation Australia say they are monitoring the security situation in the Tajikistan capital of Dushanbe ahead of the Socceroos' World Cup qualifier there on Tuesday.
Michael Lynch So you stick five goals past one of the weakest sides in world soccer in a game that was easier than an average training session.
Michael Lynch He's got a long way to go to replicate the deeds of Socceroos legend Tim Cahill, but Bundesliga-based Mathew Leckie is shaping as the closest replacement Australia have to their goalscoring talisman if his display against Bangladesh is anything to go by.
Michael Lynch Tim Cahill was left on the bench because Australia wanted a more mobile strike force, coach Ange Postecoglou said.
Lee Gaskin 7:30 PM The Socceroos will be returning to Canberra for the first time in four years when they take on Kyrgyzstan in a World Cup qualifier at Canberra Stadium on November 12.
Michael Lynch 6:49 PM The Socceroos arrived in Dubai in the early hours of Saturday morning to make a connection for a charter flight to the Tajik capital Dushanbe expecting to play Tuesday night's World Cup qualifier.
Dominic Bossi Wanderers could become NSW's biggest sporting franchise with new stadium in Parramatta after new stadium announcement.
Dominic Bossi Playing against Zlatan Ibrahimovic and the star strikers of Ligue 1 is the dream for most footballers, but for Sydney FC's Milos Ninkovic, it was the reason he moved to the A-League.
Michael Cockerill There was a time when the Socceroos were exploited, underpaid and underappreciated - not any more.
Dominic Bossi It has the ability to to end friendships, create new ones and spark heated debates in any social setting across the globe, but now the seemingly eternal argument over Lionel Messi v Cristiano Ronaldo is being put to good use to clean the streets of London.
Michael Lynch A public dressing-down has Ange Postecoglou less than happy.
Beth Newman Brisbane Roar's legal battles are not over, with a second wind-up action against the club.
Follow our live matchtracker of the clash between the Socceroos and Bangladesh from nib Stadium in Perth.
Oliver Bozanic will be officially announced as Melbourne Victory's Australian marquee player for the 2015/16 A-League campaign on Thursday morning.
Michael Lynch The Marxist doctrine of "permanent revolution" may nowadays be more confined to the arcane pages of left wing theoretical journals than real life.
Michael Lynch Bangladesh are happy to be in Australia, and happy to test themselves against Asia's top team. And they will be equally happy if they can come away from their encounter with the Socceroos having kept the scoreline down and given a good account of themselves.
Jason Dasey He was at the forefront of soccer's growth in the United States more than two decades ago and now Thomas Dooley is hoping for a similar surge in popularity in the Philippines.
One of the world's biggest football clubs has been accused of failing to tackle a major problem with pests.
Mark Ogden Manchester United have accused Real Madrid of scuppering David de Gea's £29 million ($62.5 million) transfer to the Bernabeu as a war of words between two of the game's biggest clubs erupted after the deal dramatically collapsed.
Toby Davis Manchester United have completed the signing of French 19-year-old Anthony Martial from Monaco on a four-year deal, the Premier League club said on Tuesday.