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David Schout

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About

David Schout is a Melbourne-based freelance journalist who has written and reported for the likes of The Guardian, the ICC, Sportsbet, and AFL Media. You can follow him on Twitter at @david_schout.

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April 2018
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After the Trent Bridge debacle, Justin Langer’s true task starts now

After the Trent Bridge debacle, Justin Langer's true task starts now

3 days ago

Since being named Australian coach, Justin Langer has cut an upbeat figure that belied the chaos going on behind him. He’s delivered the right sound bites and displayed a buoyant frame of mind – a fresh page following the ugliest of chapters.

What we learned from Socceroos vs France

What we learned from Socceroos vs France

6 days ago

Three minutes after the Socceroos’ heartbreaking 2-1 loss in Kazan, skipper Mile Jedinak pulled his troops aside after shaking hands with the victorious French side.

The 50 best players at the 2018 World Cup: 20-11

The 50 best players at the 2018 World Cup: 20-11

13 Jun 2018

The fourth instalment of our top 50 players at the 2018 World Cup looks at the individuals ranked 20 to 11 by The Roar’s football writers.

What we learned from Socceroos vs Hungary

What we learned from Socceroos vs Hungary

10 Jun 2018

Socceroos coach Bert van Marwijk’s decision to play an unchanged lineup for this morning’s friendly against Hungary appears a gamble that may not have paid off in the lead up to the World Cup.

The one-cap Socceroos XI

The one-cap Socceroos XI

1 Jun 2018

Back in 2010, then-Socceroos captain Lucas Neill was asked whether upcoming players in the national ranks could match the longevity of the golden generation Australia had just had.

Bert’s buying time to figure out his Socceroos strike force

Bert's buying time to figure out his Socceroos strike force

7 May 2018

Bert van Marwijk displayed a typically forthright Dutch approach at this morning’s 32-man Socceroos World Cup squad announcement.