'Thanks Ange': Football world hails impact of Postecoglou
The football world has been quick to pay tribute to Ange Postecoglou following his shock decision to resign as coach of the Caltex Socceroos on Wednesday morning.
Socceroos players, former players, media personalities and fans have all shown their support for Postecoglou, who enjoyed a hugely successful four-year stint with Australia.
Postecoglou guided the Socceroos at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil and helped Australia claim a historic first Asian Cup title on home soil in 2015.
Last week, the 52-year-old helped Australia secure qualification for a fourth straight World Cup following an intercontinental play-off victory over Honduras.
Statement: Optus' FIFA World Cup™ coverage
Like all football fans in Australia, FFA has been very disappointed by the technical problems which have so affected the FIFA World Cup coverage by Optus. Optus’ broadcasting agreement is with FIFA not FFA, but FFA is receiving regular updates from both Optus and SBS to see wh
Opponent Watch: Denmark midfielder ruled out of FIFA World Cup™
France have played out a difficult training game against an Under-19 club opponent while Denmark have seen one of their key midfielders ruled out of the tournament with an injury. Plus the latest on Peru in this edition of Opponent Watch. DAY 29 WRAP: France game dissected
Revealed: What Jedinak said to Socceroos teammates after loss
Socceroos skipper Mile Jedinak has explained what he said to teammates in a huddle following the narrow 2-1 loss to France at the FIFA World Cup™. Jedinak, who scored Australia’s goal from the penalty spot, was picked in midfield alongside Aaron Mooy and the duo produced a ste
The star a nation is built around: Denmark's key men
Denmark is the next name on the Socceroos’ list as they head to Samara for the second Group C fixture on Thursday night (AEST) – you can catch it at 10pm AEST on SBS and Optus Sport. Ranked 12th in the world, Denmark finished second in their qualifying group behind Poland and