Three icons of the game of soccer in Australia. Alan Davidson (left), Josip Biskic (centre) and John Markovski of Preston (right), c.1980s. Photo: Les Shorrock.
Socceroo Jimmy Rooney and English star Trevor Cherry prior to the international in Sydney on 31 May 1980. Photo: Les Shorrock.
Two Socceroos in close-quarter action for their clubs. Charlie Yankos (left) and Warren Spink (right), c.1980s. Photo: Les Shorrock.
Peter Wilson, Australia's inspirational captain in 1974 at the World Cup in West Germany, seen here playing for the Western Suburbs in the Philips Soccer League (National Soccer League of Australia) in the 1970s. Photo: Les Shorrock.
Michael Weinstein (left) and George Wallace (right), respectively Chairman and Secretary of the Victorian Soccer Federation, flank Sepp Blatter (then General Secretary of FIFA) and Harry Cavan of Northern Ireland and Vice President of FIFA, during a 1980 planning meeting for the forthcoming World Youth Cup to be hosted by Australia in 1981. Photo: Les Shorrock.
A name index prepared by Les Shorrock of the various people depicted in the soccer photograph collection.
Hay, Roy 'Charming the faithful: the prince of football photography' in "Goal Weekly", no. 4, 16 March, 2009; pp. 10-11.
Hay, Roy 'The Global Game: a history of football in Australia'; exhibition catalogue, National Sports Museum, Melbourne Cricket Club, and Sports and Editorial Services, 2010.
Hay, Roy and Murrary, Bill 'A history of football in Australia: a game of two halves', Hardie Grant Books, Richmond, 2014.
Shorrock, Les 'Life and Death of a newspaper: the sad story of "Soccer Action"', n.d. c.2006. Manuscript held by Special Collections, Deakin University Library.