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Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Murray Barnes, Australian soccer player (Sydney Hakoah), national captain (1980–1981), died he was 57.

Murray Barnes was an Australian football (soccer) player died he was 57.. Barnes played for the Australian team for six years, captaining the team nine times.

(16 January 1954 – 31 December 2011)

Playing career

Club career

Barnes played for a number of junior soccer clubs including Northern Tigers and Kissing Point in New South Wales.[1][2] He also spent a year with the youth team of English club Leeds United.[3] During his senior club career Barnes played for Sydney Hakoah (later known as Sydney City Soccer Club) in the New South Wales State League and in the National Soccer League.[4]

International career

He played 32 full international games for the national side scoring six goals.[5][6] He was captain of the Socceroos for nine matches between 1978 and 1981 including World Cup qualifiers against New Zealand, Fiji, Chinese Taipei and Indonesia.[5][7]

Death

Murray died on 31 December 2011, at the age of 57.[8]

Honours

Barnes has received the Football Hall of Fame (Australia), Award of Distinction. In June 2008, Football Federation Australia created the Socceroo Club made up of former national team members. Barnes was announced as a founding member.[9]


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