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Mark Viduka, Mark Bosnich named on FFA's 'Starting XI' development panel

Mark Viduka is among four former Socceroos captains appointed to a high-powered think tank charged with discussing football's future in Australia.

The former Leeds United, Middlesbrough and Newcastle United frontman ended an 11-year exile from the game earlier this month with an exclusive interview with ESPN, and was -- at the time -- critical of the FFA's current regime.

- Read Mark Viduka's exclusive interview with ESPN
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"You have people...

Alen Stajcic calls on Australia's warring football factions to unite

Now living in Croatia, the former talismanic striker claims football's leadership in Australia has overseen a grave decline in talent development.
Mark Viduka believes Bernie Mandic played a detrimental role in his relationship with former Leeds and Socceroos teammate Harry Kewell.
Former Leeds front-man Mark Viduka recalls backstage drinks with Elton John, and how close he came to joining the Red Devils.
Thirteen years on, the former Socceroos skipper shares the reality of dissent and bitterness that plagued Australia's disastrous Asian Cup debut.
Former Socceroos captain Mark Viduka opens up about leading the Australian football family back to the World Cup after a playoff victory over Uruguay.

Central Coast Mariners coach Alen Stajcic says there has never been a more important time in the last five years for Australia's football leaders to come up with a wide-ranging plan everyone can support.

He also warns that people currently pulling the game in different directions and pursuing self interest are risking a repeat of past mistakes.

It's looming as a critical week for the A-League in particular, with Football Federation Australia scheduled to make a status assessment on Wednesday after...

Rob Sherman left Australia's technical director role 'too early' - FFA CEO James Johnson

Football Federation Australia CEO James Johnson has expressed his regret over the sudden departure of Rob Sherman as Australia's technical director, saying that the Welshman left the post "too early."

Formerly a technical director with Wales and New Zealand, Sherman tendered his resignation to the FFA in March after less than one year in the role.

"Rob Sherman and I, we had a very good relationship," Johnson told ESPN in an exclusive interview.

"I was very sad and reluctant that he left the organisation....

Australia must develop youth culture to find lasting football success

"I think there's a big gap in terms of player development, I think that's a big problem. I think we're not producing players like we used to."

Breaking his long-cultivated air of mystery in an exclusive interview with ESPN, those were the words of Socceroos legend Mark Viduka when he turned his attention to Australian football's talent production line.

- Johnson: Rob Sherman left FFA technical director role 'too early'

"There's something missing with the player development," Viduka continued....

Australia international Amy Harrison joins PSV Eindhoven

Now living in Croatia, the former talismanic striker claims football's leadership in Australia has overseen a grave decline in talent development.
Mark Viduka believes Bernie Mandic played a detrimental role in his relationship with former Leeds and Socceroos teammate Harry Kewell.
Former Leeds front-man Mark Viduka recalls backstage drinks with Elton John, and how close he came to joining the Red Devils.
Thirteen years on, the former Socceroos skipper shares the reality of dissent and bitterness that plagued Australia's disastrous Asian Cup debut.
Former Socceroos captain Mark Viduka opens up about leading the Australian football family back to the World Cup after a playoff victory over Uruguay.
Matildas captain and star striker Sam Kerr sits down with ESPN to share her journey from Aussie rules to soccer and what coming home to Perth truly means.

Amy Harrison is the latest Australia international to make the switch to Europe, joining Dutch club PSV Eindhoven on a one-year deal she hopes will help reboot her Matildas career.

It is the 23-year-old's second overseas stint and first in Europe, after spending the 2019 season at NWSL club Washington Spirit.

Harrison will head to Eindhoven when the Eredivisie resumes, in preparation for the 2020-21 season. The 2019-20 competition is suspended until at least June 1, with PSV seven points clear on...