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By Derek Schlennstedt

The backroom bakers at Wildgrains in Healesville have left no doubt where their allegiences are as Australia’s Socceroos head into their first World Cup match against France on Saturday night.

Owner and Healesville Soccer Club member Joe, shared his passion with the town in the lead up to the world event.

“I just wanted to do something beautiful for something I’m passionate about,” he said of the yellow and gold extravaganza of support that has blanketed the bakery façade for the past month.

“It might even give us a few good vibes and we might win some of the games over there,” he added.

Healesville Soccer Club will be gathering at the club rooms at the Don Road Sporting Complex on Saturday night, 16 June to share a meal and settle down for some serious barracking for the Socceroos. 

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