Australia Sport

LATEST

Socceroos' goalless draw in Honduras leaves World Cup hopes in balance

Australia's Tomi Juric (C) is marked by Honduras' Johnny Palacios during the first leg football match of their 2018 World Cup qualifying play-off in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, on November...

Australia’s World Cup qualification hopes remain in the balance after a hardworking 0-0 draw in difficult conditions in Honduras. The Socceroos had the better of the first leg of the intercontinental play-off at San Pedro Sula’s Stadio Olímpico Metropolitano but proved unable to find the goal their superior performance deserved.

Ange Postecoglou speculation 'not ideal', says FFA's David Gallop

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou speaks with Victory coach Kevin Muscat prior to the round two A-League match between Melbourne Victory and Melbourne City FC at Etihad Stadium on October...

The Socceroos’ World Cup fate will be determined against a backdrop of continuing uncertainty over their coach, after Football Federation Australia chief executive David Gallop refused to confirm or deny reports Ange Postecoglou would walk away from his post after next month’s decisive qualifier against Honduras.

Harry Kewell: 'I want to bring something different to the game'

Harry Kewell, manager of Crawley Town looks on during the Pre Season Friendly match between Crawley Town and Brighton & Hove Albion at Broadfield Stadium on July 22, 2017 in Crawley, West...

Broadfield Stadium is so nondescript you almost miss it on arrival. Tucked deep in West Sussex suburbia, among green parks and house developments, is the home of Crawley Town. Small, unfashionable but friendly, for most of their 121-year history the club was a non-league entity of little renown. Crawley only climbed into the Football Conference in 2004 and six years ago they reached their highest level ever in League One.

Ange Postecoglou’s Socceroos revolution delivers mixed results in Russia

Chile v Australia - FIFA Confederations Cup Russia 2017 - Group B

Ange Postecoglou wants to revolutionise Australian football. He has said so repeatedly during his four-year reign at the helm of the national team, and his players are quick to repeat this mantra at every opportunity. The 51-year-old aspires to create a Socceroos side that favours passing over pragmatism, creative attack over aerial bombardment.

HOT LIST

FEATURED

Australia's Tomi Juric (C) is marked by Honduras' Johnny Palacios during the first leg football match of their 2018 World Cup qualifying play-off in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, on November...

Socceroos' goalless draw in Honduras leaves World Cup hopes in balance

Australia’s World Cup qualification hopes remain in the balance after a hardworking 0-0 draw in difficult conditions in Honduras. The Socceroos had the better of the first leg of the intercontinental play-off at San Pedro Sula’s Stadio Olímpico Metropolitano but proved unable to find the goal their superior performance deserved.

Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou speaks with Victory coach Kevin Muscat prior to the round two A-League match between Melbourne Victory and Melbourne City FC at Etihad Stadium on October...

Ange Postecoglou speculation 'not ideal', says FFA's David Gallop

The Socceroos’ World Cup fate will be determined against a backdrop of continuing uncertainty over their coach, after Football Federation Australia chief executive David Gallop refused to confirm or deny reports Ange Postecoglou would walk away from his post after next month’s decisive qualifier against Honduras.