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Kangaroos can play football – Socceroos boss Postecoglou bites back at Honduras

SoccerNews.com Saturday, 11 November 2017 ()
Socceroos head coach Ange Postecoglou hit out at Honduras for disrespectful comments made before Australia’s goalless draw in the first leg of their World Cup inter-confederation play-off. Australia produced a dominant display but the visitors were unable to make the breakthrough against CONCACAF’s Honduras in San Pedro Sula on Friday. The Socceroos’ impressive performance came […]
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