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 By Jason Dasey

Remembering Les Murray, Australia's face of football for 40 years

FC's Jason Dasey recalls his time working with legendary Aussie soccer commentator Les Murray ahead of his state funeral.

It was 11 years ago on a sultry June afternoon, just after a late Tim Cahill double had conjured up Australia's first-ever World Cup victory from nowhere. In the bowels of Kaiserslautern's Fritz-Walter-Stadion, the visiting media contingent was in frenzied overdrive.

Scurrying towards the press conference room where Cahill and Guus Hiddink were about to talk about the Socceroos' 3-1 win against Japan, I bumped into Les Murray who'd just come off the air after hosting the Germany 2006 game for SBS...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Thousands pay tribute to Australian footballing icon Les Murray

With news breaking that Les Murray, Australian football's great advocate and broadcasting voice of a generation, had passed away on Monday at age 71, thousands took to social media to express their grief.

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 By Jason Dasey

Aurelio Vidmar leaves Bangkok Glass, but was Socceroos' legend sacked?

Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson debate whether or not Aurelio Vidmar left Bangkok Glass by mutual consent.

In the days before he became a trailblazing foreign coach in Asia, Aurelio Vidmar was a flamboyant attacking midfielder, with shoulder-length hair like a rock star, who surely thought that he'd helped book Australia's place at the 1998 World Cup.

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the dramatic playoff against Iran in Melbourne where Vidmar's second goal just after half-time, to follow up Harry Kewell's opener, gave the Socceroos a seemingly unassailable 3-1 lead on aggregate.

But instead of...

 By Nick Miller

Harry Kewell finds his calling in management after injury-hit career

Harry Kewell
After getting drawn into coaching, Harry Kewell has managed Watford's U23s the past two seasons.

CRAWLEY, England -- Harry Kewell likes to talk. He talks a lot: about players, about Australia, about the builders working on his house (not going well at the moment, by the sounds of things), but mostly about his new career as a manager. He has a lot to talk about. The former Leeds, Liverpool and Galatasaray winger has just become the first Australian to manage an English professional team, taking over at Crawley Town, a League Two club in an unassuming satellite town south of London.

Crawley's...

 By Paul Murphy

Thailand sound World Cup warning to Socceroos by winning King's Cup

Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts break down Thailand's resilient 1-1 draw with the UAE in World Cup Qualifying.
ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and David Mitchell look ahead to Thailand's upcoming AFC World Cup qualifying campaign.
Thailand striker Siroch Chatthong
A decisive spot kick from Siroch Chatthong, right, gave Thailand victory in the King's Cup final.

Two clean sheets helped steer Thailand to King's Cup victory on Sunday night, highlighting a new-found defensive strength that will give Australia food for thought ahead of their vital World Cup qualifier in Melbourne in September.

Goalkeeper Kawin Thamsatchanan was the hero as the Thais defended their title in the four-team invitational tournament with a shoot out victory over Belarus after a goalless draw at Rajamangala Stadium. Kawin saved twice to seal a 5-4 win on penalties after a 3-0 victory...

 By Jason Dasey

How Montaigne's music career was helped by Malaysia Cup star Cerro

Former MSL player and Australian coach Gus Cerro
Former Malaysia Cup star Gus Cerro needed a crash course on the music business to help his daughter's career.

It used to be that Gus Cerro would be asked about his football career, including three Cup finals in Malaysia. But, increasingly, the coach and former star import is fielding questions about the remarkable rise of his 21-year-old daughter, Jessica.

Jessica was a former midfielder, like her father, whose clubs include four-time Australian national champions Marconi Stallions. That was until her football show-reel -- accompanied by music she composed and sang as an after-thought -- launched an unexpected...