Twitter List

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The twitterverse is a cyber-land of endless news and views. A cyberspace where opinions roam free, stupidity’s always in sight and thoughtful conversation is few and far between.

Fear not. I’ve come up with an elaborate scheme. Now for the first time – okay not really the first time – you can have a list of twitter accounts handpicked by me. Each twitterer will be insightful, intelligent and most importantly relevant to the given topic: Young Australian footballers.

You’ll find out firsthand about the latest Young Socceroos squads, the methods of the latest youth development schemes and any other little titbits my twitter list has to offer.

THE LIST:

OS Aussies (@OSaussies) – Covering the latest news regarding; overseas Australians with daily wrap ups, interviews and the odd exclusive. OS Aussies’ has become the point of reference for overseas footballers, fans and journalists.

Alistair Edwards (@FootballAliEd) – Former Youth development coach, Ali Edwards is keen to talk about the next generation of Australian footballers. Despite his new found role as Perth Glory coach.

Socceroos (@QantasSocceroos) – The official Twitter account of the Socceroos, has the latest news stories regarding the Socceroos, young or old.

Craig Foster (@CraigFoster) – The resident SBS football expert. Foster contributes a lot of links, opinions and analysis regarding all sectors of Australian football. He’s also, known to keep a keen interest of the youth structures in place.

Shaun Mooney (@ShaunMooney11) – Editor of the critically acclaimed Leopold Method. Shaun writes and tweets about; youth development schemes from past and present, grassroots football and coaching development.

Sacha Pisani (@Sachk0) – Sports writer for Perform/Sportal Australia. Sacha, tweets about all things regarding Australian football.

Les Murray (@LesMurraySBS) – “Mr Football” by some, Murray’s been an integral part in the growth of the game. He has great interest in the Australian National teams at all levels.

Francis Awarifete (@FrancisAwartefe) – Former Socceroo, now SBS pundit, Awarifete is interested in the finer details of the game. Whether that be a tactical change or an issue within football. His insight is soughtafter, and is demonstrated through his tweets.

Craig Moore (@vivacoaching) – Former Socceroos Captain, Moore’s focus is on the grassroots level, as he runs a children’s soccer program called Viva Soccer. Along with his new role as liaison for young Australian footballers, counselling them before possible overseas moves.

The World Game (@TheWorldGame) – Magazine show, The World Game’s official Twitter account contribute with key links of news stories and opinion regarding Australian Football.

FourFourTwo Oz (@FourFourTwoOz) – Online magazine that cover the Young Socceroos with a range of interviews, news stories and blogs on the subject.

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