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The Socceroos will travel to Oslo on March 24 to take on Norway in an international friendly for new manager Bert van Marwijk’s first test with his new team. This is The Roar’s ultimate guide to live streaming the match online and watching it on TV.

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Adelaide United, with a point to prove after recent failures at home, host the second-placed Newcastle Jets, who are looking to close the gap at the top to just two points. Join The Roar for live scores and coverage from 7:50pm (AEDT). How to watch: TV This match will be broadcast exclusively by Fox Sports […]

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While one code grapples with the fallout of registering a violent criminal and another struggles for international relevance, now is the time for football to shine.

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The Socceroos will take on Norway in an international friendly tune-up prior to the 2018 FIFA World Cup. The match is scheduled to be played at Ullevaal Stadion in Norway and will take place on Saturday March 24 at 4am (AEDT).

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Three years old. That’s how old I was when my love for football started. That’s how old I was when I decided to devote my spare time to the game.

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With Bert van Marwijk set to take charge of the Socceroos for the first time against Norway on Saturday morning Australian time, here are five things we should expect to see from the Socceroos during the international break.

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There are four games left, but still no clear-cut positions on the ladder.

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Without a doubt, this is the most intriguing round of A-League action we have seen this season and the ramifications are both season-ending and season-making.

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It’s been a while since the last time an AFL club got involved in the round ball code, but if it’s going to come from anyone it has to be the Bulldogs.

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The Central Coast Mariners are in themselves a grand juxtaposition. It’s a Jekyll and Hyde kind of game.

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Paul Okon, whose Mariners team have had one of the least conspicuous worst-ever seasons, walked away from the club on Tuesday.

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By any measure, Kevin Muscat is still an apprentice in his chosen trade. Melbourne Victory remains the one and only team where he has worked as a coach, with four years as an assistant to four different managers preceding his elevation to head coach as Ange Postecoglou’s successor.

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There were plenty of upsets and no shortage of drama in Round 23 of the A-League.

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As so often happens, this tale, about footballer ‘Jock’ Murray, came about while I was searching for something else. It was just a snippet in a newspaper that caught my eye. Soon I felt compelled to follow the lead.

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Central Coast Mariners coach Paul Okon has stepped down from his role at the club effective immidiately.

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I have a theory. One for which I am prepared to be shot down in flames. It’s a line of thinking that others might find obvious and logical.

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An all too familiar combination of ego, infighting and mismanagement within Australian football is tarnishing this year’s World Cup before a ball is kicked.

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Melbourne Victory aren’t good enough to win the A-League this season and would be better off concentrating on the AFC Champions League instead.

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There has been a tidal wave of criticism against Jose Mourinho following Manchester United’s 2-1 defeat at Old Trafford to fifth place La Liga side Sevilla with much of this criticism coming from pundits who claim that Mourinho’s style of football is “boring”.

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Melbourne Victory have put the sword through a Mariners side that conceded their season is over, as the home side piled on five goals in a rout of the visitors.

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