Tam Rogic

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  1. Seán Mac D Gold Member Gold Member

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    Mon the Katie Price :36:
     
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  2. clonbhoy

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    Was Peter Andre the last Aussie to pump Jordan?
     
  3. charlietully

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    That's clever..
     
  4. eire4

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    Would agree with that and hopefully he will be back much early then expected if Australia can get knocked out right away. Come on Palestine and Syria lets get Rogic on a plane back on January 16th!
     
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  5. Rogicisgod

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    Playing injured as well, this is not good.
     
  6. Mr Cleansheets

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    Don't forget we lost a game in the group phase last time. Still won the thing.

    Palestine and Syria will feel the wrath...
     
  7. Gyp Rosetti Gold Member Gold Member

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    I bet they are * it, two countries that have been annihilated by war scared of the big bad kangaroo shaggers.
     
  8. MagicBallBhoy Gold Member Gold Member

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    Nice
    Nice Palestine get an international football team without having a country
     
  9. Drakhan Nac Mac Feegle Gold Member

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    Israel wouldnt be allowed to block them.
    If they tried then they would find themselves banned from UEFA and FIFA comps.
     
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  10. MagicBallBhoy Gold Member Gold Member

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    The untouchables are well .... untouchable no chance would they get banned
     
  11. Drakhan Nac Mac Feegle Gold Member

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    Good point
     
  12. clonbhoy

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    :56:
     
  13. \o/

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    So do we technically :56:
     
  14. Notorious Gold Member Gold Member

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    Socceroos midfielder Tom Rogic is expected to be fit to face Palestine despite breaking a bone his hand in Sunday night's shocking 1-0 defeat to Jordan in their Asian Cup opener.

    Rogic played the full 90 minutes in Al Ain but was not at his best, fluffing a couple of decent chances to square the ledger in the second half.

    However, it has emerged the 26-year-old hurt his hand in the first half when he tumbled to the deck after chasing a Jordan player who was breaking into Australia's defensive half. The Celtic star sought medical attention from the bench a short time afterwards and had his hand strapped before completing the match.

    Rogic had his hand assessed after the match and saw a specialist on Monday in Dubai, where the team has shifted operations ahead of Friday night's clash at the Maktoum bin Rashid Al Maktoum Stadium.


    The injury is not likely to keep Rogic out of the game, but the Socceroos are still awaiting word from the specialist before a definitive call is made either way.

    First of all, every player's heath is paramount to everything. I'm not a doctor so I'll leave that to the specialist," assistant coach Rene Meulensteen said.

    "I think there is a few scenarios they're looking at at the moment so we'll have to get the full scale of what we've got to do with that one as soon as we know ... whether he can keep playing or not."

    "I think there is a few scenarios they're looking at at the moment so we'll have to get the full scale of what we've got to do with that one as soon as we know ... whether he can keep playing or not."

    Rogic, who is already carrying a knee injury, came in for strong criticism from Socceroos fans after the Jordan defeat, with his influence blunted by the tactics and his own failure to consistently hit his passing targets. He struggled to find room to play in between the lines and often had to come deep to collect the ball.


    But teammate Jackson Irvine said it wasn't fair to expect Rogic to be Australia's messiah or provide the answers to the team's creative troubles on his own.

    "He's a very talented player and he's technically one of our most gifted footballers," Irvine said. "[But] this is a 23-man squad and there's 14 who are involved on the day and everyone needs to improve and look at their own individual performances, as I'm sure he will.

    "We all need to contribute more in certain areas of the pitch, that's for sure. You start with yourself, look in the mirror and see if you've done enough and where you can help out more."

    https://www.watoday.com.au/sport/so...with-broken-bone-in-hand-20190108-p50q32.html
     
  15. McGuire Gold Member Gold Member

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    * ridiculous these *'s..

    Knee injury injections and broke a bone in his hand but still playing the next game's..
     
  16. MagicBallBhoy Gold Member Gold Member

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    I agree but he should be telling them to * off, putting his long term health & career at stake for a game against part timers, hope they get fooled
     
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    Hoping they don't make it out of the group stages and we get Rogic back quickly so he can get the attention he needs and time to recover properly.
     
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    We’re just as bad playing him through the injury all season, just send him for the operation now!
     
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  19. Seán Mac D Gold Member Gold Member

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    If he doesn't want to do it for fear of causing consternation then Celtic should be stepping in and demanding our own medics assess him. He's our asset. They won't be picking up his wages if he comes back from this tournament and can't play for months.
     
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    That * Son is still playing for Spurs tonight about 2 weeks after we were forced to lose Tam