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Does anyone know if the Socceroos Asian Cup Games are on FTA ? or just on Fox.

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The injured stars we can't wait to see in 2019
(One from each team)
Brad Crouch
……….battling osteitis pubis for all of 2018. Barely able to walk, the 24-year-old was sent for surgery in June that has allowed him to join in parts of training pre-Christmas. He'll be back with the full program this month.
Lincoln McCarthy
Has the tricks to be one of the most dynamic small forwards in the competition but has played just five senior games in the past two seasons. Persistent hamstring, groin and hip troubles plagued his time at Geelong before seeking a fresh start at the Lions, impressed by the club's medical staff. Has been eased into training before Christmas with hopes he'll be hitting his straps a couple of months into the 2019 season.
Will Setterfield
February 25 will mark 12 months since Setterfield ruptured his ACL.....…..The big-bodied inside midfielder (191cm) the Blues have desperately been craving to assist co-captain Patrick Cripps, Setterfield is on track to feature in the first month of the season and is expected back with the main group in coming weeks...….
Jamie Elliott
…...…..a trip to Germany could be the tonic to see him overcome continual hamstring breakdowns suffered at VFL level last year. All eyes will be on him on the first day back after Christmas after a scare in December.
Joe Daniher
……….played his last game in round seven last year. While his 2018 form was critiqued from all corners, he was playing sore, the Bombers later confirming he had been carrying an osteitis pubis complaint. While there's concerns he won't be there for the season opener,.........
Griffin Logue
……….After 13 games in his debut season, the endurance star was reduced to just three WAFL matches last year with ankle and foot injuries. Now back with the main group, the 193cm swingman is itching to return. With Jesse Hogan and Rory Lobb recruited in the front half, expect Logue to slot into defence alongside Alex Pearce, Joel Hamling and Luke Ryan, who punched above their weight in 2018.
Nakia Cockatoo
2017 was soft-tissue injuries, 2018 was back-to-back PCL (posterior cruciate ligament is a ligament within the knee) setbacks, limiting him to two games. While this pre-season hasn't been without fault after having his tonsils removed, the speedster is back running about half of the kilometres of his teammates. ……….Cockatoo will be eyeing game time early in the season, most likely via the VFL. ….....
Peter Wright
……….he battled form and injury. ……..Wright is back training with the main group after his knee injury in round 20 last year cut short his run of seven consecutive games.........
Zac Williams
……...After working back from an Achilles injury to play the final two games last year, Williams will have a full pre-season this time around to build his fitness base...……...
Tom Scully
……...While he's not expected to feature much in the first half of the season, the former Giant has resumed light running after his horrifying broken ankle in round two last year. ………...
Kade Kolodjashnij
Already turning heads at training this summer, Kolodjashnij's arrival gives coach Simon Goodwin plenty of flexibility. While he played mostly across half-back for the Suns, depth including Christian Salem, Michael Hibberd, Jayden Hunt and Bayley Fritsch could see him released to a wing. Concussion symptoms limited the 23-year-old to eight games last year, however his 22 disposals per game in his second season in 2015 gives Demons fans optimism.
Aaron Hall
……...started preparing for life as a Roo after his season-ending pectoral injury in round 11. Described by teammate Shaun Higgins as a "powerful and explosive match-winner", Hall will command a role on a wing at Arden Street. At his best he collects plenty of the ball but it's his defensive traits that rival clubs will look to exploit.
Hamish Hartlett
On track to join full training by the end of this month, ……….he'll be joined by the former Hawk (Ryan Burton) and injury-plagued defender Matthew Broadbent in a strengthened group across half-back. ……….
Tom Lynch
……...Hardwick now has one of the best attacking targets in the game at his disposal. After a long stint in a knee brace after PCL surgery(posterior cruciate ligament is a ligament within the knee) cut short his 2018 season at the Suns, Lynch is expected to increase running loads when the Tigers return next week.
Dylan Roberton
Just seeing Roberton back on the field will lift the Saints. After a terrifying heart scare last year reduced him to the coach's box, the 27-year-old is back training on a modified program. ………….a return for Roberton will add much-needed experience...…….
Sam Naismith
Rupturing his ACL in training last March, Naismith relinquished the reins as the No.1 ruckman to Callum Sinclair, who enjoyed a career-best year in 2018. Now with the pair at John Longmire's disposal, both could form a dangerous combination between centre stoppages and attack alongside Lance Franklin. Still only 26, the prime age for a ruckman, Naismith is expected to ramp up his training loads in coming weeks.
Nic Naitanui
Already back running and kicking five months into his rehab from a second knee reconstruction, Naitanui has flown himself to the USA for more training. ………... the Eagles confident he can play a part in the back end of the season.
Tom Liberatore
…….Going down with an ACL (tearing of the anterior cruciate ligament - one of the major ligaments in your knee) on his 'good' right knee in round one last year, the premiership midfielder was confined to the stands...…..Liberatore's return will strengthen the club's stocks of inside midfielders.
 
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1 nil loss to Jordan is not a good start

Palestine & Syria to come , Syria might be tough
 

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Tweet from FanFooty earlier today:

It appears our ISP has suddenly gone out of business after 20 years, without telling anyone. Our servers may or may not be getting installed at another ISP's location. Updates when we know what is happening. 😮😯😱🙏
 

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FanFooty - tweeted this update overnight:

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