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Bert van Marwijk
25 January 2018
Socceroos appoint Van Marwijk for World Cup
Bert van Marwijk, 65, will lead Australia at the World Cup, where the Socceroos are set to face France, Denmark and Peru in Group C.
22 December 2017
Zdrilic endorses 'once-in-a-generation' Rangnick for Socceroos
David Zdrilic believes Ralf Rangnick, who oversaw RB Leipzig's promotion to the Bundesliga in 2016, would be ideal for the Socceroos.
18 December 2017
Arnold backed for Socceroos job as Ryan pays tribute to Postecoglou
Mathew Ryan told Omnisport that Graham Arnold would be a good replacement for Ange Postecoglou ahead of the 2018 World Cup.
13 December 2017
FFA refuses to speculate on Scolari amid Socceroos interest
The FFA said it was "not in a position to comment regarding individuals and the role" after Luiz Felipe Scolari flagged his interest.
22 November 2017
Skoko wants Australian coach as Arnold emerges as Postecoglou replacement
Josip Skoko – who earned 51 international caps – feels the FFA should stick with an Australian coach following Ange Postecoglou's exit.
21 November 2017
BREAKING NEWS: Postecoglou leaves Australia post
Despite leading Australia to qualification for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, coach Ange Postecoglou has left his post.
19 November 2017
Postecoglou set for decision on Socceroos future
Ange Postecoglou, 52, provided an update on his future plans with Australia amid growing uncertainty.
15 November 2017
I'll always be an outsider in Australian football, claims Socceroos coach Postecoglou
Ange Postecoglou claims he will "always be an outsider in Australian football", despite leading the Socceroos to the World Cup.
14 November 2017
Cahill fit to play as defiant Postecoglou ignores scrutiny
The World Cup fate of Honduras and Australia will be decided in Sydney on Wednesday, as Ange Postecoglou's future remains a hot topic.
14 November 2017
'Espionage' – Honduras boss hits out at Australia amid drone claims before qualifier
Honduras caught sight of a drone hovering above Monday's training session in Sydney and Jorge Luis Pinto took aim at hosts Australia.