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Socceroos to play Jordan in Sydney

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Ukraine beat Albania while Romania and Switzerland also win friendlies

A battle between two European Championship rivals saw Ukraine claim a 3-1 victory over surprise qualifiers Albania in Bergamo, Italy, on Friday.

After conceding an early opener, Albania levelled quickly through Armando Sadiku but gave away another goal at the start of the second half, and Ukraine, also going to Euro 2016, sealed the win with two minutes to go.

The loud Albania fans, who filled half of the stadium in Bergamo, Italy, where their team were training before going to France, were quieted...

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Harry Redknapp unlikely to return as manager of Jordan

Harry Redknapp is willing to act as an advisor for Jordan but is unlikely to return as boss.

The former Tottenham manager's two-game deal finished after a 5-1 defeat in Australia on Tuesday ended Jordan's chances of reaching the 2018 World Cup.

They missed out on reaching the next stage of the Asian section by a point despite an 8-0 win over Bangladesh in Redknapp's first game last week.

Redknapp, who was initially appointed by president of the Jordan FA Prince Ali bin al-Hussein, was open to extending...

China keep alive their 2018 World Cup hopes, as Australia and Japan cruise

China completed a remarkable transformation in their 2018 World Cup AFC qualifying campaign after a 2-0 victory over Qatar saw them advance to the third round on the road to Russia. 

Facing elimination if they failed to win in Xian, China brought the game to life just before the hour. Qatari goalkeeper Amine Lecomte saved from point-blank range but was helpless as the rebound was hit against the underside of the bar and bounced out.

The ball found its way to Huang Bowen, whose shot on the turn...

Socceroos give AU$90,000 to indigenous football from Jordan match

Australia captain Mile Jedinak
Australia captain Mile Jedinak and the team are fully behind John Moriarty's indigenous football initiative.

The Socceroos are donating AU$90,000 in match fees from Tuesday's AFC World Cup qualifier with Jordan to help develop aspiring young indigenous players.

The donation will go to John Moriarty Football (JMF), a foundation which runs in the remote Northern Territory providing youngsters with access to coaching, match experience and education about the game.

Run by John Moriarty in Borroloola, JMF have already had significant success with 14-year-old Shadeene Evans, who started playing football as a...