Posts Tagged "Holger Osieck"
Believe it or not, last month’s 6-0 loss to Brazil isn’t the first time we’ve lost to the Samba Kings by such a margin.
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The three Australian contenders for the Socceroos coaching role appear to have been on the radar for months with FFA boss David Gallop revealing they’d been considering sacking Holger Osieck since June.
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The Socceroos’ back-to-back 6-0 losses to Brazil and France didn’t just mark the end of Holger Osieck’s reign in charge of Australia’s national football team.
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What lessons can we take from the Holger Osieck era when appointing our next coach?
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With Frank Lowy making it clear last night that the race for the next Socceroos boss would be between the three outstanding local candidates Ange Postecoglou, Graham Arnold and Tony Popovic, I delve into the pros and cons for each aspirant.
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In the wake of our most embarrassing set of results since playing Germany at the World Cup, a bit of nostalgic reflection upon that fateful day in 2010 made me notice something…we were complaining about all this three years ago.
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6-0, 6-0 may be the best thing to happen to Australian football in many years.
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Interim coach Aurelio Vidmar says the Socceroos will ultimately benefit from Holger Osieck’s “gutsy” call to play Brazil and France in the lead-up to the World Cup.
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The Socceroos might have been a disaster, but all is not lost in the world of Australian football if the weekend’s round of A-League action is anything to go by.
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Debacle. Farcical. Embarrassment. National Disgrace. You’d have to think we are now used to these sort of performances from the Socceroos.
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Let’s face it – 2013 has been a terrible year for our nation’s sporting teams.
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Damned if they did, damned if they didn’t.
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Not before time and with still enough time to steady the ship before the World Cup, the FFA have bitten the bullet and sacked Holger Osieck after consecutive 6-0 defeats to Brazil and France.
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Holger Osieck is gone and this is a good thing for Australian football. I’m afraid, however, that the problems run far deeper than this. Australian football is at a crossroads.
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Scanning across the internet in the wake of Holger Osieck’s axing as the Socceroos manager and you will only find criticism of the 65-year-old German.
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It never rains but it pours. Socceroos supporters would have hoped the 6-0 thumping by Brazil was a one-off, a terrible nightmare and at least Australia would have improved somewhat in its next game.
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Socceroos coach Holger Osieck has reportedly been sacked by FFA boss David Gallop in the wake of the side’s humiliating 6-0 loss to France this morning.
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The Socceroos are a sports fan’s nightmare, at times the tease to be on top of the world before losing a game 6-0 to a team on top of the world, thus appearing mediocre.
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Holger Osieck is caught between a rock and a hard place. In charge of a Socceroos squad bereft of genuine world-class talent, as the coach he is invariably first in line to cop criticism for heavy defeats.
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Socceroos coach Holger Osieck named a 24-man provisional squad on Tuesday for next month’s friendlies against France and Canada but did not include veteran goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer.
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