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Australia’s AngePostecoglou toughest critic is his dad

AngePostecoglou is a 51 year old Australian manager that has been in charge of a number of clubs including: South Melbourne, Panachaiki, Brisbane Roar, Melbourne Victory and the latest obstacle which was given to him was to control of the Australian national football team.

The German manager HolgerOsieck was sacked from being the head coach of Australia on October 23 of 2013 after the national side had sustained consecutive losses against Brazil and France.
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Can Mooy Improve To Forge Premier League Career?

Aaron Mooy has become the lynchpin of the Australia midfield over the past two seasons due to the vast improvement in his standard of play. The 26-year-old enjoyed a dominant two-year spell in the A-League with Melbourne City, while he also impressed greatly for the Socceroos.

Due to the quality of his performances both on the domestic and international stages, Manchester City secured his signature on a three-year deal. Mooy had a previous spell in England with Bolton Wanderers where he rejected the chance to remain with the club, while he also struggled during his time in Scotland at St Mirren, making 30 appearances in two years before returning home.

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Postecoglou Does Not Give Guarantees for Tim Cahill’s Extended International Presence

Tim Cahill has been the mainstay for the Australian national team for more than a decade.

Since making his debut for the national team in 2004, the attacking midfielder has gone on to make 94 appearances and scored 48 goals. It is an impressive return for someone who plays as a second striker.
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Australia might not be too excited after the draws for the 2017 Confederations Cup were released on Sunday.

The Socceroos would be playing 2014 World Cup winners Germany and South American champions Chile – two of the World toughest footballing sides at the moment. An African side will join the trio after the African Cup of Nations (AFCON) in February next year.
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Tim Cahill has been dropped by Australia coach Ange Postecoglou for the Socceroos' upcoming World Cup qualifier against Thailand as part of four changes to his squad.

Postecoglou amended his previous 30-man squad to 23 on Wednesday, November 2nd with Brisbane Roar striker Jamie Maclaren being given a late promotion after scoring his opening goal of the A-League season against Perth Glory.
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Postecoglou Prefers Training

Australia’s national team manager Ange Postecoglou has decided to choose training sessions over a friendly game since he believes that the team does not have much time together. The manager recently named his 30-man squad for the World Cup 2018 qualification games.

After having started out well with victories against Iraq and UAE, the team has suffered in the last two outings after only managing draws against Saudi Arabia and the Japan. Admittedly, the final game against Japan was much more difficult for the team, but a return of just six points from a possible 12 leaves the national team in the second spot when it comes to the qualification group.

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Australia wants to win game

Australia coach Ange Postecoglou has stated that he wants his team to beat Saudi Arabia.

said that he would not accept any result except the 3 points. He believes that he has a quality team and that they should be able to win this match that will count for the World Cup qualifiers.
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FFA chairman Steven Lowry says he remains optimistic about the future of round leather game in Australia.

He asks that football be treated as fragile to ensure a balance between short term and long term sustainability.
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Cahill helps Australia beat UAE

Australia managed to score a single goal to beat the United Arabs Emirates in a tight match thanks to Tim Cahill.

This is the 48th goal that Cahill has scored for the Australian team and might be one of his most important ones. The win allows Australia to maintain their record in the qualifiers and put them in a good place for the qualification for the next World Cup.
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Melbourne City gave Australian A-league a major boost

Melbourne City gave Australian A-league a major boost by signing Tim Cahill on a two-year contract.

Cahill has been subjected to interest from several clubs abroad, but Melbourne have managed to convince him to come back to Australia league until the end of World Cup 2018. Australia national team manager Ange Postecoglou welcomed the decision by saying that it gives a huge boost to the national team as well. Cahill is one of the iconic Australian soccer players around.
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