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Socceroos v Saudi Arabia: five things we learned
1 week ago
Kate Cohen: Victory for Ange Postecoglu’s Australia, at last, should be welcomed but there is still plenty of room for improvement
Socceroos start Asian Cup campaign with friendly fire
2 weeks ago
Joe Gorman: Ange Postecoglou’s team became cool again at the World Cup, but he has issues to address to turn them into a winning side
West Brom role crucial to Jason Davidson's Asian Cup hopes
2 weeks ago
The World Cup was good to Socceroos and new West Brom defender Jason Davidson, but the fruits of his labour in Brazil may yet impact on his Asian Cup chances, writes Jack Kerr
Australia call up Liverpool and England Under-21 defender Brad Smith
1 month ago
Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou has called up Liverpool and England Under-21 defender Brad Smith
World Cup failures may ignite hugely important Asian Cup
2 months ago
The traditional Asian powerhouses may have disappointed at the World Cup, but the knock-on effects could yet prove positive for January's Asian Cup
World Cup 2014 review: 64 memories from 64 matches in Brazil
2 months ago
From Fred's fall in the opening match to Mario Götze's winner in the final, we have enjoyed 64 matches, 171 goals and one long month of football. Here are some things you might have missed, some you might not remember and some you will never forget
Japan and South Korea head list of Asian World Cup failures
2 months ago
Japan, South Korea, Australia and Iran failed to win a match between them at the World Cup and there’s little to indicate an improvement is imminent
When the Joeys danced with the Samba Kings
2 months ago
Kieran Pender: Nobody gave Australia a chance at the Under-17 World Cup final in 1999, but they almost toppled the reigning champions Brazil
Socceroos player ratings for the World Cup
2 months ago
Kate Cohen: How each of Australia's players – the ones who got on the pitch anyway – fared for the tournament in Brazil
Socceroos exit World Cup with no points and no inferiority complex
2 months ago
Aaron Timms: If 2006 and 2010 were quick hits of antibiotics for the sickness in Australian football, then 2014 felt like a long-term treatment
World Cup 2014: Vicente del Bosque is optimistic over Spain’s future
3 months ago
Vicente del Bosque used Spain’s 3-0 consolation victory over Australia to sound a note of optimism for the future of the national team
David Villa helps Spain salvage some pride with victory over Australia
3 months ago
Fernando Torres was among the scorers as the defending champions ended their World Cup 2014 campaign with a 3-0 win over Australia
Australia v Spain: World Cup 2014 – as it happened
3 months ago
David Villa and Fernando Torres and Juan Mata all scored as Spain finally won before heading home
Socceroos can continue rejuvenation in lively dead rubber against Spain
3 months ago
Aaron Timms: Australia get the chance to write a winning chapter in the story of their World Cup rebirth under Ange Postecoglou, when they take to the field against Spain
Spain and Australia unable to train on pitch before meeting in Curitiba
3 months ago
Spain and Australia were unable to train at the Arena da Baixada stadium in Curitiba before their final World Cup game there on Monday
Spain are here but they are not here. The World Cup, and the joy, has gone
3 months ago
Sid Lowe: After six years of celebration and wonder, the deposed world champions are still trying to figure out where it all went wrong
World Cup 2014: a ground-hopper’s day-by-day diary
3 months ago
Brazil in brief, with star-spotting in Brasília, matches in a taxi, fans filled with joy and flying with downcast Aussies
World Cup 2014: 17 things this tournament has taught us so far
3 months ago
Brazil 2014’s early lessons: Catenaccio is dead, Japan fans are hygenic, and bump-and-grind mascots should know better
Japan and other Asian qualifiers fail to shine but sun not yet set on continent
3 months ago
John Duerden: Shinji Kagawa and co struggled to break down 10-man Greece but can still redeem themselves and mirror the aggression of Australia, who may have been eliminated but went out in style
Ange Postecoglou starting to look like Australia's greatest coach
3 months ago
Aaron Timms: The Socceroos coach may look like a guest at a suburban barbecue but his intelligence is cause for gently seasoned optimism

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