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Goals :

 

Dave Watson scores against Australia
Dave Watson scores his second goal in the 1971 2-match series between Australia and the English FA which was won 1-0 by the visitors in both cases.
Mark Bresciano scores against Uruguay
For something a little more recent here is the 2005 goal by Mark Bresciano that allowed John Aloisi to do his thing later that night

 


 


Fan Footage :

 

Advance Australia Fair
As sung by the attendees of the 2005 World Cup Qualifier against Uruguay
Aloisi's penalty
As seen from the stands John Aloisi puts Australia into the World Cup Finals
Aloisi's penalty
As seen from the stands John Aloisi puts Australia into the World Cup Finals - this time from a different vantage point

 


 


Miscellaneous bits and pieces :

 

Trailer for Sexy Football
Public Access TV has a lot of potential and these guys from Melbourne certainly give it go

 


 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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