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  • #16
    Originally posted by Ginger Ninja View Post

    They didn't take Mooy? Bit of a strange one that, I know Huddersfield have had a terrible season but I'd have thought Mooy would've been a definite.
    Mooy is injured

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    • #17
      Originally posted by knocker View Post

      Mooy is injured
      Ah fair enough, cheers Knocker
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      • #18
        Originally posted by 1QPRDK View Post

        73 mins
        73, 90, same thing
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        • #19
          Oh well. Hopefully Syria can turn them over on Tuesday.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Ginger Ninja View Post

            73, 90, same thing
            Sane, same... but different

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Alanwycombe View Post
              Is it his choice to go? Huddersfield's Mooy is Australian isn't he? And the Cardiff keeper? They are still here and would surely be in the first team.
              Son of Spurs flies out after tomorrow's Spurs match to play for South Korea...clearly wasn't needed for the group stages...more essential for the knock out rounds.

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              • #22


                MASSIMO Luongo wonít be returning to QPR just yet after a stoppage-time winner sealed Australiaís place in the last 16 of the Asian Cup on Tuesday.

                Luongo returned to the Socceroos starting XI for their crucial final group game with Syria in Al Ain, where Tom Rogicís 93rd-minute effort clinched a 3-2 win.

                Australia looked like having to share the points after Syrian goals from Omar Khribin and Omar Al Somah (pen) had cancelled out strikes from Awer Mabil and Chris Ikonomidis. But Jogicís last-gasp heroics sealed the defending championsí progression.

                Victory means Australia finish second in Group B behind Jordan and must now wait to see who theyíll face in the next round.

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                • #23
                  Oh bugger.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Stainrod View Post
                    I donít know why he bothers he didnít get a minute in the World Cup and gets 15 mins v Palestine . Is that really worth flying half way round the world for , they clearly donít rate him.
                    You think he'd focus on his club career rather warming the bench for a 2nd rate international side, wouldn't you?

                    Said it on another thread, I'm sure it's holding his career back!
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                    • #25
                      It's difficult for him though as he must think it is a real honour to play for his country. Plus if he says no to his country he will likely be slagged off back home.
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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Buffalo View Post
                        It's difficult for him though as he must think it is a real honour to play for his country. Plus if he says no to his country he will likely be slagged off back home.
                        Does anyone in Australia actually care about football? It's like 5th or 6th in the pecking order in national sports over there.

                        It's a bit like saying we'd #### off a hockey player for not wanting to play for the national side.
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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by Tarbie View Post

                          Does anyone is Australia actually care about football? It's like 5th or 6th in the pecking order in national sports over there.

                          It's a bit like saying we'd #### off a hockey player for not wanting to play for the national side.
                          To be fair, I bet there would be a load of abuse on twitter for that, whether people actually cared or not.
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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by Alanwycombe View Post
                            Is it his choice to go? Huddersfield's Mooy is Australian isn't he? And the Cardiff keeper? They are still here and would surely be in the first team.
                            The Cardiff keeper Etheridge is Filipino. Their Manager, the mighty Sven ( yes that one) didn't name him in the squad leaving him free to play for Cardiff

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by Tarbie View Post
                              Said it on another thread, I'm sure it's holding his career back!
                              Even if a winners medal might be the only silverware he'll get all career ?

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by Shepherds Mush View Post

                                Even if a winners medal might be the only silverware he'll get all career ?
                                1.) I very much doubt Australia will win the tournament.
                                2.) If Mas holds an Asia Cup winners medal in higher esteem than a season (or more) in the Premiership, or a day out at Wembley in the play-off final, that probably gives you a decent indication as to why he's still playing Championship football at 26 years of age.

                                Ain't knocking Mas by the way. Ain't for me to say how anyone else decides their priorities in life. I'm just saying that if I was a player with his ability, I'd be more focused on playing a few seasons of top flight football than turning out for a 2nd rate national side.
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