|Org||Australia National Team|
|Club as Player||Brighton and Hove Albion|
2017 08 20 Retrieve
[Mooy scored the only goal of the game in the 50th minute at the John Smith’s Stadium and cited the mantra of German manager David Wagner when questioned on the team’s expectations for the campaign ahead] It’s been a great start so far, but we can’t get carried away. It’s very early in the season, we’ve just got to work hard and improve. The boss has a saying, ‘to have no limits’. We all stand behind that. It’s only early but yeah, it’s a great start.
2017 10 25 Retrieve
[Adam Bhana found the money as he was leaving the John Smith’s Stadium and had been told by his dad that he could not keep it because it wasn’t his. Adam’s dad, Mo, told Radio 5 Live that his son had at first wanted to give the money to manager David Wagner to put towards the transfer of Cristiano Ronaldo to the Terriers from Real Madrid but changed his mind and decided Mooy deserved it for helping Huddersfield secure their first win against Manchester United since 1952] I would love to meet you Adam
2019 04 13 Retrieve
[Aaron Mooy describes his emotions while meeting a seven-year-old fan battling brain cancer] It was very special to meet Bella. It puts life into perspective, a sick little girl and making her happy. I know the season’s been very tough but bringing Bella here picked everyone up a bit and it made me very happy that she came
2019 10 19 Retrieve
[Aaron Mooy was sent off after two quickfire yellow cards] It is a painful one that is for sure. They have given everything and when it happens in that manner with the last kick it is particularly heart-wrenching for the players. The sending off has a big influence on the match and until then we were the better team and deserved to be 1-0 up. Second half I thought we played with tremendous courage and quality. I am just disappointed with the result but very proud with us as a team and how we conducted ourselves on the pitch.
It’s tough to take because the players were amazing and gave me everything. With 11 players we were really good and worthy of our lead – the sending off affects the game and we played for nearly an hour with a man less, while still contributing to the match.
2020 01 08 Retrieve
[Aaron Mooy joins fundraiser to help fight Australian bushfires] What’s happening back home is terrible, so being able to donate AU$1,000 for every goal scored in the A League and W League fixtures was the very least I could do.
Having friends and family being affected by what’s going on in this ongoing crisis is really worrying, and I hope that relief comes very soon.
As players, we are in a very fortunate position and are able to raise awareness of what’s going on, so I really hope that our combined efforts can make some sort of difference.
[Brighton and Australia teammate] Maty [Ryan] and I will do whatever we can to help in any way, as will all Socceroos players from across the world.