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The Socceroos are set to name an extended squad for the upcoming friendlies against England and Greece.

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Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou gained one valuable nugget of knowledge from his recent trip to China – the A-League is still richer in quality than the cashed-up Super League.

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Groundsmen of Australia, Ange Postecoglou has a message for you.

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In a week where we’ve timidly celebrated the anniversary of the 31-0 world record demolition of American Samoa, the Socceroos’ draw for the third round of World Cup qualifying is a fitting sign of the progress made since.

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Australians have every reason to be delighted with the progress of Ange Postecoglou’s Socceroos as they navigated their first phase of qualifiers with a style reminiscent of some of the play we saw under Guus Hiddink.

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Australia only needed to draw against Jordan at Allianz Stadium. Under the guidance of Ange Postecoglou, that was never likely to happen.

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Speaking after the Jordan game, Socceroos captain (on the night) Tim Cahill was honest, direct, positive, political and almost confrontational in an era of pre and post-game platitudes.

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As the Socceroos walked off the pitch last night, having topped Group B to reach the third round of World Cup qualifying, the 2-0 defeat to Jordan in Amman last October seemed an age ago.

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Ange Postecoglou says he isn’t concerned with who the Socceroos are drawn against in the final phase of World Cup qualifying.

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It is indeed “about bloody time” a footballer was honoured with a statue outside Allianz Stadium, as the late Johnny Warren was this weekend.

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During the Socceroos’ comprehensive 7-0 victory over Tajikistan on Thursday, it was obvious that without Tim Cahill in the line-up there was a distinct lack of composure in front of goal.

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Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou knows the best way to break a Tajikistan wall.

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Skipper Mile Jedinak insists the word ‘complacency’ is taboo in the Socceroos camp, but they’ll be forgiven for taking plenty of confidence into tomorrow’s World Cup qualifier against Tajikistan.

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For three years now Australian football fans have lamented the FFA’s failure to attract a major sponsor for their flagship team, the Socceroos.

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Greek-born, Australian-raised striker Apostolos Giannou wants to play for the Socceroos despite representing his birth nation at an international level.

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Ange Postecoglou has pulled off a major coup, convincing Greek striker Apostolos Giannou to switch his allegiance to Australia.

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Ange Postecoglou hopes China’s inexorable rise does not adversely impact the Socceroos plying their trade there, expressing concern about the gap in quality between the top and bottom teams.

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It might panic the fans but Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou believes it’s a good thing some of his regular stars have been forced to fight for their starting spots overseas, predicting he’ll have a battle-hardened squad come March’s vital World Cup qualifiers.

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It’s been a crazy old year for the round ball game in Australia. From the highs of the Asian Cup and the win by the Socceroos on home soil in January to the fan walk-outs and boycotts of the A-League earlier this month, drama hasn’t been too far from the surface.

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