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Socceroos’ focus must turn to Asian Cup

Legendary racehorse trainer Colin Hayes was famous for saying that the future belonged to those who planned for it. If that is the case, then this day, as Australia surveys the wreckage from its second successive 6-0 international defeat, this time at the hands of France, has been a long time in the planning.In June 2006, when he bade farewell to the Socceroos after leading them to an exciting and sometimes fluky run to the last 16 of the World Cup, master coach Guus Hiddink delivered some unpalatable truths.

FIA named Finalist for Victorian Export Awards to Asia

FIA named Finalist for Victorian Export Awards to Asia

FIA Sports Management was named as a finalist for two awards at the ceremony for the 2013 Governor of Victoria Export Awards (GOVEA) held at Government House earlier this week.

FIA Sports Management was nominated for the Small Business Award and the Victorian Export Award for Innovation Excellence.

The Small Business Award nominates businesses for outstanding international success in the business and professional business services sectors while the Victorian Export Award for Innovation Excellence recognises the most innovative exporters for the state of Victoria.

7 Steps to completing a football transfer

On the dotted line: FIA Sports Management’s Edu Bedia signing for FC Barcelona…

As the world football elite attempt to squeeze through last-minute transfers, find out exactly what goes on behind the scenes of a modern-day deal from those truly in the know.

At 11pm on Monday evening, the annual carousel of football transfer drama will finally creak to a halt. It will formally end what has been a record-breaking summer of saga, scandal, custom-built stages in Madrid and a pair of particularly revealing shorts – and that’s just Gareth Bale.

Ronaldo new wage record: $492K a week

Cristiano Ronaldo has signed a staggering five-year deal with Real Madrid – worth almost twice as much as Gareth Bale will be earning in Spain.

Under the new agreement, which scuppers any immediate hope Manchester United have of persuading their former player to return, Ronaldo will earn a remarkable £15million a year after tax and before bonuses, or £288,000 a week, dwarfing Bale’s annual £8.3m.

Josep Gombau named as new Reds boss

Former FC Barcelona academy mentor Josep Gombau has been appointed as Head Coach by Adelaide United coach for the next two seasons.

The Spanish-born Gombau will begin with the Reds in July once his commitments with Hong Kong first division champions Kitchee SC are concluded with his current assistant Pau Marti who will be joining the coaching staff alongside current Reds assistant Michael Valkanis.

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