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World Cup: Australia

Australia coach Postecoglou to decide on World Cup this week

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia coach Ange Postecoglou said on Sunday he was "not locked into a position" on his future in the job but will decide this week whether to resign or take the Socceroos to next..
SBS

Postecoglou set for decision on Socceroos future

Ange Postecoglou said he will meet with Football Federation Australia next week to decide his future as question marks remain over the Socceroos head coach despite World Cup qualification. Postecoglou..
SoccerNews.com

Videos for World Cup: Australia

News video: Ghatkar Keeps Her Promise, Gets Gold In Commonwealth Championship

Ghatkar Keeps Her Promise, Gets Gold In Commonwealth Championship 00:57

Pooja Ghatkar, who narrowly missed the final of the women’s 10m air rifle event in the just concluded World Cup final, clinched a gold medal at the Commonwealth Shooting Championships in..
Source: nnis Sports English -

News video: Bashar Al-Assad Meets With Syrian National Soccer Team After World Cup

Bashar Al-Assad Meets With Syrian National Soccer Team After World Cup 02:28

Syria’s national soccer team met with President Bashar al-Assad on Monday, October 23, in Damascus, to celebrate the team reaching the World Cup qualifying play-offs.The team played Australia on..
Source: Storyful Studio -

News video: Cahill's extra-time winner dashes Syria dreams

Cahill's extra-time winner dashes Syria dreams 00:56

Tim Cahill's extra-time goal keeps Australia's World Cup hopes alive but ends war-torn Syria's fairytale bid to reach the finals for the first time.
Source: Sports Video Online -

News video: Cahill's extra-time winner dashes Syria dreams

Cahill's extra-time winner dashes Syria dreams 00:55

Tim Cahill's extra-time goal keeps Australia's World Cup hopes alive but ends war-torn Syria's fairytale bid to reach the finals for the first time.
Source: Reuters - Sports -

News video: Syrians in Damascus Celebrate First Goal Against Australia in World Cup Playoff

Syrians in Damascus Celebrate First Goal Against Australia in World Cup Playoff 00:42

Thousands of Syrians gathered in Umayyin Square in Damascus on October 10 to support their team in the World Cup qualifier playoff game against Australia. The first leg, played in Malaysia, ended in a..
Source: Rumble -

 

Cheika fumes at controversial refereeing decisions as Wallabies beaten 30-6 by England

A spate of controversial refereeing decisions against the Wallabies has seen coach Michael Cheika lose his cool and England continue their dominance over Australia since the World Cup, with Eddie..
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Australia reach World Cup semi-final after win over Samoa

australia reach world cup semi-final after win over samoa
Valentine Holmes made history with a five-try haul to help Australia become the first team to reach the World Cup semi-finals with a hugely impressive 46-0 victory over a disappointing Samoa.
MailOnline

Valentine Holmes grabs historic five-try haul as Australia smash Samoa to reach World Cup semi-finals

Australia 46 Samoa 0: The Kangaroos ran in eight tries in what was their best performance so far
Independent

Record-breaking Australia reach World Cup semis

record-breaking australia reach world cup semis
Five tries from winger Valentine Holmes help Australia thrash Samoa 46-0 to reach the World Cup semi-finals.
BBC Sport

Wagner seeks success from positive vibes at Huddersfield

Midfielder Aaron Mooy helped Australia secure a playoff win over Honduras to seal a spot at the 2018 World Cup finals, while Jonas Lossl and Mathias Jorgensen were part of Denmark's qualification..
SBS

Jackson Irvine's late return gives Leonid Slutsky a selection dilemma for Ipswich's visit

The Australian international helped his country reach the World Cup finals before a gruelling trip back to East Yorkshire
Hull Daily Mail

How do the Socceroos rank among the 32 World Cup finalists?

Some of the biggest teams in the world have missed out on Russia 2018, but most of the superpowers are there. Australia have qualified for the fourth time in a row – but now they face the giants of..
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •Brisbane TimesThe Age

The A-League was the Socceroos' springboard to the World Cup in Russia

The current Socceroos may not have the star power of the golden generation of 2006 but the team that will fly Australia's flag in Russia will be one that grew up in our own backyard.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Jillaroos pummel Cook Islands in World Cup opener

The Australian Jillaroos opened their World Cup campaign with a 58-4 win over the Cook Islands.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

FIFA World Cup 2018 qualifiers: Mile Jedinak guides Australia to Russia with second-half hat-trick against Honduras

Captain Mile Jedinak's second-half hat-trick fired Australia into next year's World Cup in Russia on Wednesday as they swept past Honduras 3-1 in the second leg of their playoff in Sydney
Firstpost

Villa assess hero Jedinak

Influential midfielder Mile Jedinak will be assessed ahead of Villa’s trip to QPR on Saturday after his round-the-world heroics helped Australia qualify for the World Cup.
Express and Star

Ange Postecoglou to meet with Steven Lowy and David Gallop to decide Socceroos future

A meeting with Football Federation Australia's chairman and chief executive will determine whether Ange Postecoglou will remain in charge of the national team at the 2018 World Cup in Russia with the..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

England fly-half Ford wary of Australia's lethal backs

england fly-half ford wary of australia's lethal backs
Fly-half George Ford has warned that Australia’s potent backline will punish England should they produce a repeat of their uninspiring showing against Argentina during their clash with the Wallabies..
City A.M.

Hat-trick hero Jedinak fires Australia into World Cup

Captain Mile Jedinak's second-half hat-trick fired Australia into next year's World Cup in Russia on Wednesday as they swept past Honduras 3-1 in the second leg of their…
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