A former Socceroos defender and veteran of two World Cups, Craig Moore represented Australia 52 times and chipped in with three goals from defence. He played for the likes of Rangers, Crystal Palace, Newcastle and Borussia Monchengladbach in Europe and back home he turned out for Brisbane Roar and Sydney United. Craig is currently the Football Operations manager with the Roar.

Craig Moore’s World Cup Qualifying Preview: Honduras v Australia

Honduras v Australia | Saturday, November 11, 9am (AEDT), Estadio Olimpico Metropolitano Heading into this Asian qualifier Intercontinental play-off, I’m actually feeling both nervous and excited. I’m nervous because of what’s at stake and excited for the players because this is the reason they become professionals...

Craig Moore’s EPL Week 9 Preview: Title Contenders Manchester United And Tottenham Clash At Old Trafford

Manchester United v Tottenham | Saturday, October 28, 10.30pm (AEDT), Old Trafford, Manchester What excites me about this game is that from early viewing, Manchester United and Tottenham are going to be in the mix for title success. This should be a great contest with some...

Craig Moore’s English Premier League Week 7 Preview: Undermanned Red Devils To Test Liverpool At Anfield

Liverpool v Manchester United |Saturday, October 14, 10.30pm (AEDT), Anfield, Liverpool Liverpool and Manchester United certainly love to hate each other, that’s for sure. This is normally a game that Liverpool easily get up for but Utd have been in the habit of picking up points...

Craig Moore’s Champions League September 27-28 Preview: Chelsea's Tough Assignment Against Atletico

Borussia Dortmund v Real Madrid | Wednesday, September 27, 4.45am (AEST), Signal Iduna Park Real Madrid might have some issues with injuries to key players but the real stats here are Dortmund’s impressive record at home against Real Madrid. They’re undefeated with three wins and three...

Craig Moore’s English Premier League Week 6 Preview: Manchester City's Crystal Clear Plan To Beat Palace

West Ham v Tottenham | Saturday, September 23, 9.30pm (AEST), London Stadium, London West Ham have scored just two goals in their last three games but they have the ability to score. You do worry when your strikers or team in general aren’t scoring enough. It...