New boss Arnold can't wait for Kuwait

Aug 13, 2006 Read more: The Age 8
INTERIM Socceroos coach Graham Arnold has warned Australian fans against inflated expectations ahead of Wednesday night's Asian Cup qualifier against Kuwait at a sold-out Aussie Stadium in Sydney. Read more
Julia

Australia

#1 Aug 14, 2006
Go Socceroos!
H-NZ

Hamilton, New Zealand

#2 Aug 17, 2006
Julia I'm replying to this thread a) cos I agree the go soceroos, but b) cos between my infrequent logins and shit stirring messages designed to provoke a response, no c*nt has had the gumption. This is depressing! It tells me that this fcukn forum - most of them havn't got an independant idea to rub together OR they follow thou leader... i.e regular bloke and statesman....the almighty JH. See em all in 5 or 10 years I guess when they're bleating about racial disharmony in Cronulla, bombings on the underground, and probably disgustingly high interest rates, or what an asshole Costello is.
I used to think of all the places on Earth, how similar it was to get on a plane in Auckland and get off in Sydney. Now I'm thankfull it isn't.
H-NZ

Hamilton, New Zealand

#3 Aug 17, 2006
My ANZAC father rolls in his grave and the stuff he supposedly fought for, fcuk what a crock aye? White Australia - look inward! Nothing has actually changed since I lived there and half of you were still talking about the Yellow Peril.
Sunshine

Frankston, Australia

#4 Aug 17, 2006
H-NZ wrote:
My ANZAC father rolls in his grave and the stuff he supposedly fought for, fcuk what a crock aye? White Australia - look inward! Nothing has actually changed since I lived there and half of you were still talking about the Yellow Peril.
What yellow peril?
Julia

Australia

#5 Aug 19, 2006
Sydney has changed
you can't tell me that Auckland has no racism at all.
Dupont

Glendora, CA

#6 Aug 30, 2006
USA s*cks c*ck
H-NZ

Dunedin, New Zealand

#7 Sep 1, 2006
Julia wrote:
Sydney has changed
you can't tell me that Auckland has no racism at all.
Yes - absolutely it does. Same symptoms and conditions as much of Australia.
Very similar in a number of ways: huge gaps between rich and poor, dipstick politicians protecting their patches, munted infrastructure, etc. etc.

Since: Apr 12

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#8 May 14, 2012
Exciting !

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