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WARNING – this is a big article. But it needs to be. A discussion on the future of Australian football, and the creation of a grand Vision that will appeal to every person involved in our sport, cannot be had in the length of a normal article. By necessity I needed to cover a lot […]
If you’ve ever gone looking for a definitive list of Australian football books, you’ll know that it’s a difficult task. The number of books covering Australian players, teams, coaches, leagues or just our footballing history are few and far between. But they are out there, and we intend to find and read them all. Cody […]
Book Review Legacy by Tim Cahill Who’s it for? While it can and should be enjoyed by any footballing fan, we recommend you give this to young boys and girls who have aspirations to play football professionally. Cody’s rating – 6.0 out of 10 Jake’s rating – 5.0 out of 10 Where to Get […]
*This list was last updated on May 17 2017. Mustafa Amini became the latest player to be capped for the Socceroos in the recent World Cup Qualifier against United Arab Emirates, coming in at number Socceroo #588. That’s a lot of players who have donned the green and gold over the years. The football landscape in Australian has certainly changed since the first ever official game for the Australian national team in 1922 against New Zealand. Decades ago only our most gifted players plied their trade overseas, whereas we now have roughly 180 professional footballers playing in foreign leagues. However, the majority of these Australian players have spent time at Australian football clubs ...