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Rhys Williams still harbours Socceroos, Premier League dreams

Rhys Williams
Rhys Williams' Middlesbrough career was cruelled by a succession of achilles injuries.

Forgotten Socceroo Rhys Williams has put his international dreams on the backburner while he attempts to reignite his stalled career at Perth in the A-League.

Williams has been ravaged by injuries over the past three years, with two achilles tendon ruptures cutting short his promising career at Middlesbrough -- a club he once captained.

The 27-year-old still harbours dreams of playing in the Premier League, and featuring for the Socceroos again.

But for the moment, it's all about playing soccer...

 By Rob Brooks

Australia still feeling the effects of Tim Cahill's goal vs. the Netherlands

Tim Cahill
Tim Cahill's goal did much more than simply bring Australia level with the Netherlands.

One strike with conviction at the 2014 World Cup was enough for Tim Cahill to set Australia on a revolutionary new path toward unprecedented achievement. Belief, quite simply, cannot be underestimated as a mechanism of this success.

Having succumbed to a highly fancied Chile side 3-1 in their first Group B game of that tournament, the Socceroos' prospects appeared bleak when they conceded an early goal to the Netherlands in Game 2, courtesy of a swift Arjen Robben counterattack. The enthusiasm gained...

Adam Federici not to blame for Greece wonder goal - Ange Postecoglou

Greece has scored an unbelievable goal from 60 metres out in their international friendly against the Socceroos. Up 1-nil already, Socceroos keeper Adam Federici was caught off guard by the strike which came from halfway.

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou has absolved his goalkeeper Adam Federici of any blame for the wonder goal from Greece's Giannis Maniatis which condemned Australia to a shock 2-1 loss in Tuesday night's friendly international at Etihad Stadium.

With Federici stationed well away from his goal, Maniatis chipped him from beyond the halfway line in the 21st minute to give Greece a two-goal lead.

The Socceroos managed to pull one goal back in the second half through Trent Sainsbury, but the visitors...