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Socceroo McKay to stick by struggling Roar

  • Socceroo McKay to stick by struggling Roar

Brisbane Roar captain Matt McKay insists he has no intention of leaving the A-League club despite their financial woes.

Midfielder Luke Brattan left the Roar last week because of unpaid superannuation, while other players have complained of late salary payments.

McKay, 32, says he will stay with the club, and he isn't expecting any other players to follow Brattan out the door.

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McKay is in Perth this week to prepare for the Socceroos' World Cup qualifier against Bangladesh on Thursday.

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