Craig Moore


Craig Moore to help guide Socceroos at World Cup

Answering the call: Craig Moore.

Michael Lynch So often the most valuable lessons are learnt in the most difficult of circumstances.

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Craig Moore undergoes cancer operation

Queensland Roar captain Craig Moore has been forced out of Australia's World Cup qualifier in Bahrain after undergoing surgery for testicular cancer.

Craig Moore lashes out at Bleiberg

Jim Morton The Queensland Roar's patience with Miron Bleiberg has run out with skipper Craig Moore labelling the colourful coach a "clown".

Roar's Craig Moore gets cancer all clear

Queensland Roar defender Craig Moore has been told the surgery he underwent recently for testicular cancer was a success.

Craig Moore's Roar riding a high

Wayne Heming Queensland Roar plan to surf its current high and chalk up a third straight home win when Wellington Phoenix visit Suncorp Stadium on Sunday.


Dylan Tombides' tragic death a chance to raise awareness of testicular cancer

Michael Cockerill

Michael Cockerill I didn't know Dylan Tombides, but I mourn for him. It's not right, or fair, that his life should be snatched away before it had really begun, or that his family should have to deal with the gaping...


Socceroos' Golden Generation fall one by one to the sniper

Michael Cockerill dinkus

Michael Cockerill He's good, isn't he, Ange Postecoglou? The bodies are falling, but no one sees the gun go off.

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Harry Kewell: I want to go out on my terms

Harry Kewell.

Roy Ward and Michael Lynch Just as he played his football, Harry Kewell left the game on a stage of his making on Wednesday and did so with a hint of mischief.


Western Sydney Wanderers v Adelaide United: The lowdown

Tight: Aaron Mooy on the ball against Adelaide.

Sebastian Hassett Although only the diehards stayed up late enough to watch the Wanderers' midweek ACL win over Guizhou, that result will have done wonders for squad confidence.


Socceroos to play South Africa in World Cup farewell match

David Gallop

Dominic Bossi It wasn't the high-profile opponent the Football Federation of Australia first sought, but the governing body said it was pleased that one of Australia's traditional sporting rivals, South Africa,...

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Watford signing not enough for Lucas Neill to return for Ecuador friendly

Lucas Neill.

Sebastian Hassett Lucas Neill's signing with Watford is unlikely to be enough for him to force his way into the Socceroos' squad for next month's friendly against Ecuador.

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A-League needs to get out of the comfort zone

Ange Postecoglou.

Ange Postecoglou My travels in the UK will see me visit some of the less glamorous venues in world football to check on some of our Australian players who are building a career over here.

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William Gallas: I'm not at Perth Glory for a holiday

PERTH, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 11:  New Perth Glory A-League recruit William Gallas talks to the media at a press conference at Cape Lamberts Gold offices on November 11, 2013 in Perth, Australia.  (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)

Justin Chadwick Former French international William Gallas has set his sights on playing into his 40s, declaring he hasn't come to Australia for a holiday.

Glory coach hits back at Gallas critics

New Perth Glory A-League recruit William Gallas

Former Socceroo Craig Moore reckons the signing of Frenchman William Gallas is a waste of money, but Perth Glory coach Alistair Edwards begs to differ.


Josip Simunic 'thanking fans' with pro-Nazi chant

Lee Gaskin Canberra FC president Marko Vrkic says Croatian international Joe Simunic didn't intend to cause trouble when he used a pro-Nazi chant.


Ex-Socceroos skipper warns Rogic and Valeri

Tom Rogic

Chris Dutton Craig Moore has warned Canberra duo Tom Rogic and Carl Valeri a lack of game time could harm their World Cup hopes.


Football Federation Australia is all eyes for young talent

Former Socceroos Craig Moore and Tony Vidmar.

Chris Dutton FFA is banking on expert eyes to help it discover a new generation of soccer talent for the Socceroos.


Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou to track players in Europe as he plans for World and Asian cups

Coach Ange Postecoglou is seeking to replicate the opponents the Socceroos face in the group phase of the World Cup.

Michael Lynch Socceroos likely to have only one warm-up game before taking on Chile.

Kevin Muscat: Starting with a clean slate

Kevin Muscat

Michael Lynch With his move into management, Kevin Muscat is moving on from his image as a dirty player.

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Socceroos numbers down in EPL

Mark Schwartzer.

Michael Lynch From an Australian perspective, the Premier League kick-off is hardly worth celebrating