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Mooy and Taggart lead the way for the Socceroos

Australia commenced their World Cup qualification campaign with a comfortable 3-0 win over Kuwait on Tuesday.

Aaron Mooy put an emphatic punctuation mark on Mathew Leckie's first-half brace to give the Socceroos the ideal start on the road to Qatar 2022.

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With the opponent and sweltering conditions in Kuwait City taken into consideration, it was an unspectacular but ultimately satisfactory performance from the Socceroos. As a starting point in this qualification phase and whatever the scenario,...

Ryan and Mooy can be the new Kewell and Viduka

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Mathew Ryan is excited to see how teaming up with Aaron Mooy at club level will benefit Australia's World Cup qualifying campaign.

Mooy has joined Ryan at Premier League club Brighton on a season-long loan, reuniting the pair for the first time since their days at Westfields Sport High School in Sydney.

While Mooy is yet to start a league match for the Seagulls, Ryan is hopeful the pair will go on to emulate successful Socceroo pairings at English clubs such as Harry Kewell and Mark Viduka at Leeds,...

Brighton loan Mooy, Luongo joins Sheff Wed

Australia international Aaron Mooy has signed for Brighton and Hove Albion on a season-long loan from Huddersfield, linking up with fellow Australian goalkeeper Mathew Ryan, while midfielder Massimo Luongo has joined Sheffield Wednesday from QPR.

Mooy played his last game for recently-relegated Huddersfield in the side's season-opening 2-1 loss to Derby on Monday.

"Aaron was adamant that he wanted to test himself again in the Premier League when Brighton's interest came in," Huddersfield head coach...

Aaron Mooy included in Australia's Asian Cup squad despite knee injury

Graham Arnold has named injured midfielder Aaron Mooy in his 23-man Socceroos squad for the Asian Cup, hoping his star midfielder can be fit for next month's tournament.

Three A-League players -- Josh Risdon, Chris Ikonomidis and Rhyan Grant -- will travel to the United Arab Emirates, but long-term striker Tomi Juric has been overlooked as Australia seek to retain the trophy they won on home soil in 2015.

Juric, 27, has struggled for goals at club side Luzern and is the biggest name to miss out.

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Huddersfield Town's Aaron Mooy out three months, to miss Asian Cup

Australia's Asian Cup hopes have been dealt a huge blow after it was confirmed star midfielder Aaron Mooy will be out for three months with a knee injury.

The Huddersfield Town schemer suffered a torn medial collateral ligament in his right knee during the Terriers' 1-0 defeat to Arsenal last Saturday. It was hoped that the former Melbourne City and Western Sydney man had sustained only minor damage, but the Premier League strugglers confirmed on Wednesday the 28-year-old would be out until at least...

Aaron Mooy likely to miss Australia's Asian Cup defence - report

Arsenal maintain their unbeaten run after an acrobatic finish from Lucas Torreira.

Socceroos medical staff are sweating on news from Premier League club Huddersfield to determine if star midfielder Aaron Mooy's Asian Cup is over.

The 28-year-old reportedly injured his knee during the Terriers' 1-0 loss to Arsenal on the weekend.

Scans have revealed a medial ligament injury, according to a News Corp Australia report on Tuesday.

But Australian officials were unable to confirm what, if any, injury Mooy has sustained with senior physiotherapist Phil Coles awaiting further updates...