Date:Thursday October 5 2006
Craig Moore is counting the cost for a missed flight.
He was due to turn up for training in Australia with the national squad, but missed an internal flight. Australia coach Graham Arnold was not amused.
Arnold: 'He has let the team and the FFA down on this occasion. I have let him know that, and he accepts the decision made.
'It will not be the end of his international career by any means.'
Moore: 'I apologise to my team mates, the coach, FFA and the fans, about missing training and about the media interest which this incident has caused.
'I am still deeply passionate about the national team and proud of what we achieved during the World Cup want to continue to be part of it.'
Remy Back OnThe Agenda? (Monday July 28 2014)
NUFC Chasing The Wrong Targets* (Sunday July 27 2014)
The Usual (Sunday July 27 2014)
Forthcoming Friendly Cup Chosen For TV (Thursday July 24 2014)
Mbiwa Still Linked With Loan Move (Thursday July 24 2014)
French Exodus Continues (Wednesday July 23 2014)
Liam Sweeney and John Alder (Monday July 21 2014)
Ben Arfa Saga Is A Real Shame (Thursday July 17 2014)
Janmaat Gets His Confirmation (Thursday July 17 2014)
Surely It's Too Late For Grenier? (Thursday July 17 2014)
|10. Man City||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|11. Man Utd||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|Luke, A Shaw Bullet Dodged? ‏
» Chelsea : 29/07/2014 19:54:00
|Liverpool: LFC Conclude £10m Origi Transfer
» Liverpool : 29/07/2014 19:34:00
|Eighteen instead of Seventeen!
» Chelsea : 29/07/2014 19:18:00
|Sunderland In Chase To Land Promising Youngster.
» Sunderland : 29/07/2014 19:17:00
|Jenkins Update On Bony Situation
» Swansea : 29/07/2014 19:07:00