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11.06.2013

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Socceroos one step closer to Brazil World Cup MP3

Last night, Australia's mens soccer team took a big step towards qualifying for next year's world cup in Brazil. The Socceroos beat Jordan four-nil in Melbourne. If they can defeat Iraq in Sydney next week, there'll be a huge sigh of relief among soccer fans across the country and the players can book their tickets to Rio de Janeiro. Source: abc.net.au

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