DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Scenes of wild celebrations featuring flares and fire are not the norm in Australia after World Cup matches. Yet that was exactly what happened in Melbourne’s Fed Square after the Socceroos beat Tunisia on Saturday for just their third win in 18 World Cup matches. Now, Australia is after something even bigger: reaching the last 16 of soccer’s biggest event — something it has achieved only once, in 2006. Australia faces European Championship semifinalist Denmark in its decisive
The former Arsenal, Manchester City and Liverpool defender succeeds Leam Richardson, who was sacked earlier this month. Toure has signed a three-and-a-half year contract with the Latics after leaving his coaching role at Leicester.
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