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Tim Cahill has next club lined up, says Kevin Muscat

Cahill walked away from Melbourne City on Wednesday after agreeing terms to rip up his contract Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat says he knows Tim Cahill well enough to believe he has his next playing deal stitched up.Cahill sensationally walked fr…

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Tim Cahill leaves Melbourne City casting doubt over World Cup hopes

Cahill’s next move unknown with World Cup six months awayStriker says his focus is now on making squad for RussiaTim Cahill’s participation in next year’s World Cup finals has been thrown into doubt after the Socceroos striker and his A-League club, Me…

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Panel to decide Socceroos coach by February as Eriksson throws name into hat

Former England boss Sven-Göran Eriksson emerges as surprise candidate‘No-one is ruled in or out,’ says FFA chief David GallopAustralia will decide on a successor for Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou by mid-February, with former England boss Sven-Göran …

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Panel to decide Socceroos coach by February as Eriksson throws name into hat

Former England boss Sven-Göran Eriksson emerges as surprise candidate‘No-one is ruled in or out,’ says FFA chief David GallopAustralia will decide on a successor for Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou by mid-February, with former England boss Sven-Göran …

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Panel to decide Socceroos coach by February as Eriksson throws name into hat

Former England boss Sven-Göran Eriksson emerges as surprise candidate‘No-one is ruled in or out,’ says FFA chief David GallopAustralia will decide on a successor for Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou by mid-February, with former England boss Sven-Göran …

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A-League: Roar snatch win as injuries hit Wanderers

Western Sydney Wanderers 0-2 Brisbane Roar Roar get badly needed winBrisbane have finally got their A-League season on track by snatching a sorely needed 2-0 A-League win off an injury-hit Western Sydney.Ivan Franjic marked his return to the Roar with …

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World Cup draw: France likely to dominate Australia’s group

There’s less certainty about Peru and Denmark as the Socceroos distract themselves from potentially ruinous chaos in FFAIt could have been better for Australia, but it sure could have been a lot worse. As the Socceroos distract themselves from the pote…

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World Cup: Socceroos drawn with France, Denmark and Peru

Australia avoid the brutal draw of 2014, but still face a huge challenge to reach the knockout stage against three teams in the world’s top 12 The Socceroos will start their 2018 World Cup campaign against former champions and tournament fancies Franc…

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World Cup 2018 draw – live!

Russia 2018 groups decided at draw in Moscow, from 3pm GMTStadium guide | Create your own draw | How the draw worksAnd feel free to email Simon or tweet him @Simon_Burnton 2.13pm GMT Update: Diego Maradona has located a razor. And a suit. And a comedy …

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Socceroos and Matildas face nervy wait for Fifa decision on FFA crisis

Fifa intervention could have ramifications for Australian national sidesWorld governing body set to take over after FFA plans for reform rejectedThe Socceroos and Matildas will be watching nervously for Fifa’s next move amid the unlikely but alarming p…

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Russia World Cup 2018 draw: team-by-team guide to all 32 countries

With the draw taking place in Moscow on Friday, here is everything you need to know about the teams, from star players to tactics and the ones to watch Continue reading…

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Who has what it takes to continue Ange Postecoglou’s work as Socceroos coach? | Ante Jukic

Postecoglou implemented critical ideological change in a period of transition and will be hard to simply replaceIrrespective of consequences and timing, there is a sense of inevitability that Australian football has led to this point. The Socceroos’ qu…

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Ange Postecoglou stays true to his convictions until the very end | Paul Connolly

The coach’s decision to step down before next year’s World Cup is puzzling but a bigger shock would have been if he had stayed onConsidering an increasingly uncomfortable and world-weary Ange Postecoglou has spent the past month throwing esoteric smoke…

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Ange Postecoglou quits as Socceroos coach – video

Australia will have a new coach for the 2018 World Cup in Russia after Postecoglou makes the ‘toughest decision’ and calls an end to his four-year reign Continue reading…

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Ange Postecoglou quits as Socceroos coach after job ‘takes its toll’

Four-year tenure has had personal and professional effect on coachFFA will not be rushed on appointing a successor to lead team at World CupThe intense pressure of international football management has accounted for Ange Postecoglou after the beleaguer…

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A-League must cede to national interest and grow World Cup contenders

The prosperity of the Socceroos should be a shared ambition, even when it conflicts with club interestsTwo days before Australia’s nil-nil draw in Honduras, Brisbane Roar announced the signing of Ivan Franjic. It is news that has understandably receive…

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David Squires on … the Socceroos’ qualification for a fourth consecutive World Cup

This week our resident cartoonist takes a look at Mile Jedinak’s hat-trick, homophobic bakers and Ange Postecoglou’s positionTake a look back through David’s archive of Australian cartoons Continue reading…

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Inherent volatility of football comes to Socceroos’ aid on final step to Russia | Ante Jukic

A moment of randomness changed the complexion of Australia’s must-win World Cup qualifier against HondurasRandomness is an inescapable reality that shapes football, and can at times render all tactical preparation and planning for an individual match e…

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Australia v Honduras: World Cup qualifying joy – in pictures

Pictures from ANZ Stadium where the Socceroos won 3-1 thanks to a Mile Jedinak hat-trick to earn their place at next year’s tournament in Russia Continue reading…

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Socceroos end mammoth qualifying campaign but work still to be done | Jonathan Howcroft

Victory over Honduras was very much job done but the mastermind behind it may not get to experience the fruits of his labourThe minarets of Red Square are finally visible on the horizon after the longest, windiest qualifying road in World Cup history c…