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Trio cut from Socceroos' World Cup squad

Trio cut from Socceroos' World Cup squad | FIFA World Cup 2014 | Scoop.it
Defender Curtis Good and midfielders Adam Sarota and Josh Brillante have missed out on the trip to Brazil after being cut from the Socceroos' World Cup squad.
Anamaui Latu's insight:

In the video the main message that is trying to be sent throughout the video is that the Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou has cut 3 players from his Socceroos squad. He has cut the squad down from 27 to 23.The videographer seems to be disappointed as Postecoglou has cut 3 amazing players from his team, after having a friendly match with South Africa, although this has been a hard decision for him.. The viewer or audience would seem unhappy as these 3 players have just had a friendly game and right after they have been given dreadful news, where they will not be going to Brazil for the 2014 World Cup.

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Metra Ansari's comment, June 24, 2014 12:37 AM
watch out anamaui, people may become a bit sad with this article
Tahlia Beau Alexander's curator insight, August 3, 2015 5:12 AM

Main message - 

The main message conveyed by the journalist is that the Socceroos coach had to cut some men from the team to confirm his travelling squad for the world cup 

Message/s positive or negative? - 

It depends on how you see the post, you can see it positively as people will now know who will be competing in the world cup for the socceroos and can also believe that the confirmed squad is a better team without the players. It is also negatively seen since those players may have been loved or viewed as a key player for the Socceroos or a player made for the team 

Influences on an individual - 

It can influence an individual persons attitude and behaviors as it can change their views on the team as it is changing and it can be a good or bad change depending on  the person  

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Socceroos the worst team in the World Cup

Socceroos the worst team in the World Cup | FIFA World Cup 2014 | Scoop.it
The bookmakers regard Australia's World Cup possibilities as something worse than a snowball's survival chances in hell.
Anamaui Latu's insight:

The main message that is trying to be conveyed throughout the video is that the Socceroos squad are positive that they will do well in the World Cup. They are ready to go an impress those who described them as the 'Worst Team'. The video content provides a positive message as that they are confident to well in the World Cup. Although the article provides a negative message as they have been described as, "Something worse than a snowball's survival chances in hell". The viewer would seem proud and happy of the Socceroos as that they are confident to impress even though they have been called 'The Worst Team".

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Metra Ansari's comment, June 24, 2014 12:50 AM
it gives people hope
Nithya Manumari's curator insight, July 25, 2015 2:04 AM

The main message being conveyed is that Australia is placed last of the world cup qualifiers in 59th spot and they have less possibilities in World cup.

The message conveyed is negative and this is evident as the article says "And judging by the social media response to the Socceroos’ stuttering 1-1 draw against a less-than-fearsome South Africa on Monday night, large numbers of the Australian public share that pessimistic view".

This articles influences Australian people's attitudes to be quite negative and the reputation of the Socceroos will go down.

Ishmeen Kaur's curator insight, July 26, 2015 6:13 AM

The message being conveyed through this newspaper article is that the Socceroos have extremely less chances of winning in the FIFA World Cup. They were one of the last teams to qualify, let alone reach the finals. The message portrayed is negative since the Socceroos are being shown under a pessimistic light. The title of the article is a great example of this. The first sentence of the text: 'Australia’s World Cup possibilities as something worse than a snowball’s survival chances in hell' also portrays the negative side of the message being spread via this article. Individuals who are fans or great supporters of the Socceroos may take this article in an offensive way which can lead to conflicts. Others who may or may not have much understanding of the position of the Socceroos in the world will believe that they aren't a very persistent team.

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Mile Jedinak: I'm fit and ready to lead the Socceroos

Mile Jedinak: I'm fit and ready to lead the Socceroos | FIFA World Cup 2014 | Scoop.it
Socceroos captain Mile Jedinak claims he is over an ankle injury that threatened to derail his World Cup campaign and is ready to prove he is back to full fitness.
Anamaui Latu's insight:

The main message in the article is that Mile Jedinak is ready and eager to play and lead the Socceroos into the World CUp, after experiencing an ankle injury. The journalists seems quite happy as MIle Jedinak has recovered and is leading the Socceroos into the World Cup. Where thy will be having a friendly match against Croatia (Mile Jedinka's Home country). It Would make the reader feel relieved or happy that Mile Jedinak has recovered.

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Emily Wu's comment, June 24, 2014 12:44 AM
This article delivers a positive light to the fact that mile Jediak is well and ready to play for the socceroos. Good job anamaui, this is sure to gain a lot of appreciation.
tess koparan's curator insight, July 26, 2015 2:29 AM

The captain of the Socceroos states that his injury has healed and that nothing will stop him from his appearance in the World Cup. It is a conveyance of positivity because Mile Jedinak is fit and healthy to lead Australia to victory. The article can influence fans and Australian supporters to be happy and relieved as the Australian captain will not only make an appearance in the World Cup, but also lead the team on the field.


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The Socceroos in Brazil (with images, tweets) · abcnews

Follow the Socceroos' journey through Brazil during their training camps and World Cup matches against Chile, the Netherlands and Spain.
Anamaui Latu's insight:

This web oage provides tweets and images about the Socceroos squad. There is  one particular tweet that I would like to talk about it is the 27th one down. The main message throughout this tweet is that the Socceroos would do anything to entertain their fans, by all means having fans to be able to come and watch them train before the World Cup. This twet provides a positive message as that they are just preparing for the World Cup and allowing fans to come and watch. The audience or Viewer would feel happy and pleased as the Socceroos have many supporters by their side who would come and just watch them train.

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Gurleen Kaur Kaloti's comment, June 24, 2014 12:37 AM
This is a really good idea. It makes you feel like you're their. And also the web page gives you a insight in what is happening at every game, at every minute, hour and second most of all it keeps you updated.
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Socceroos in lockdown : SBS The World Game

Socceroos in lockdown : SBS The World Game | FIFA World Cup 2014 | Scoop.it
Never miss a moment of The World Game. SBS brings you all the latest football news, opinion, results, fixtures and live scores from around the world plus live streaming and video highlights.
Anamaui Latu's insight:

The main message that is trying to be sent throughout the video is that the Socceroos Team is in 'Lockdown' and is preparing for their World Cup ahead. They have lss than 2 days and are putting their heads in the game. THe videographer is sending a positive message about the Socceroos training hard for the World Cup. They videographer shows us a few of the players telling us about their preparation and how they are feeling towards the World Cup. The viewer would seem quite happy as the team are geting themselves together and preparing themselves. The viewer would see the team as that they are ready and pumped for the World Cup.

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