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Santalab and Wanderers go separate ways

Brendon Santalab and the Western Sydney Wanderers have parted ways after the club's leading goalscorer was offered an administrative role only next season.

The coaches guiding the Socceroos

Head Coach BERT VAN MARWIJK speaks to media during a press conference at FFA Headquarters in Sydney, Australia.

Socceroos coach Bert van Marwijk's support staff are a blend of Dutchmen and Australians with years of experience.

United Socceroos march on towards Denmark

TOMI JURIC of the Socceroos celebrates a goal during the FIFA World Cup Qualifier match between the Australian Socceroos and Thailand at AAMI Park in Melbourne, Australia.

Socceroos striker Tomi Juric says there's an immense air of positivity before Australia's World Cup match with Denmark.

SBS to show World Cup for next 48 hours

Optus Sport has acknowledged its World Cup streaming problems, with SBS to broadcast all of the action from Russia until Wednesday.

Ufuk Talay replaces Phil Moss at Sydney FC

PHIL MOSS of the Mariners during the A-League match between the Newcastle Jets and Central Coast Mariners at Hunter Stadium in Newcastle, Australia.

Ufuk Talay has replaced Phil Moss as an assistant coach at Sydney FC after resigning from his Young Socceroos post.

Mooy's mate wings it to Melbourne City

AARON MOOY of Huddersfield Town during the Premier League match between Huddersfield Town and Swansea City at John Smith's Stadium in Huddersfield, England.

Melbourne City have signed Scottish winger Michael O'Halloran from Glasgow Rangers on a two-year deal.

Socceroos face fears at World Cup: Jedinak

AARON MOOY of the Socceroos controls the ball during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifier match between the Australian Socceroos and Thailand at AAMI Park in Melbourne, Australia.

Socceroos captain Mile Jedinak are keenly aware that Australia's World Cup fate lies in the outcome of their next game against Denmark.

France, VAR dish up Socceroos heartbreak

Head Coach BERT VAN MARWIJK speaks to media during a press conference at FFA Headquarters in Sydney, Australia.

The Socceroos were lion-hearted but 2-1 losers in their opening World Cup match against France.

Captain Jedinak set to miss starting spot

MILE JEDINAK of Australia looks on before the International Friendly match between Norway and Australia at Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo, Norway.

Socceroos captain Mile Jedinak is unlikely to start against France after being a late scratching from an official World Cup pre-match media conference.

Aussies hope for French arrogance in Cup

TIM CAHILL passes during an Australia Socceroos training session at ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia

The Socceroos hope French players turn up to their World Cup opener in an overly-relaxed frame of mind.

Retirement not on Socceroo Cahill's mind

TIM CAHILL passes during an Australia Socceroos training session at ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia

Australia's leading goalscorer Tim Cahill says his entire focus is on the Socceroos' World Cup campaign - and not his playing future.

Who will Bert pick? The spots up for grabs

Head Coach BERT VAN MARWIJK speaks to media during a press conference at FFA Headquarters in Sydney, Australia.

The shape of Australia's attack against France will depend on coach Bert van Marwijk's decisions, with three of the Socceroos' four forward roles up for grabs.

Australia backs winning United 2026 bid

FFA Chairman STEVEN LOWY addresses media during a press conference, at the FFA Offices, in Sydney, Australia.

Having voted for the successful 'United 2026' World Cup bid, attention now turns to Australia's hopes to stage the 2023 Women's World Cup.

Nabbout, Arzani back Tim Cahill in Russia

TIM CAHILL of Millwall takes part in a warm down session after the Sky Bet Championship match between Millwall and Cardiff City at The Den in London, England.

Andrew Nabbout and Daniel Arzani believe Socceroos stalwart Tim Cahill has the ability and fitness to strike for Australia at the World Cup in Russia.

Out-of-form Phoenix A-League imports axed

MARK RUDAN addresses the media at a Wellington Phoenix A-League press conference after being appointed new head coach at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, New Zealand. Rudan has signed a two-year deal with the club.

Coach Mark Rudan has stamped his mark early at Wellington by announcing four Phoenix imports from last A-League season won't be returning.

A-League expansion shortlist delayed

A decision on which A-League hopefuls remain in the running to enter an expanded 2019-20 competition remains several days away.

Cahill eyes 'insane' World Cup company

TIM CAHILL passes during an Australia Socceroos training session at ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia

Tim Cahill may be on the bench but he's still aiming to become the fourth player in history to have scored at four World Cups.

Socceroos recall 2013 France smashing

Three Socceroos recall one of the darkest days in Australia's recent football history - a 6-0 loss to Saturday's World Cup opponents France, back in 2013.

Juric pays the penalty at Roos training

BERT VAN MARWIJK, Head coach of Australia looks on prior to the International friendly between Australia and Colombia at Craven Cottage in London, England.

A light-hearted shooting competition in the lead-up to Australia's World Cup opener with France on Saturday was typical of training under Bert van Marwijk.

Mega-money French size up Socceroos

Socceroos full-backs Josh Risdon and Aziz Behich hope to rise to the occasion and mark star wingers out of the game in their World Cup opener on Saturday.

Calls for 'archaic' NZ soccer boss to quit

The man overseeing New Zealand's international soccer teams is widely panned for an obsolete approach which sparked the retirement of their best women's player.

Luongo sees Arzani shining in Russia

DANIEL ARZANI of the City runs with the ball during the A-League match between Melbourne City and Adelaide United at AAMI Park in Melbourne, Australia.

Tomi Juric, Andrew Nabbout, Tom Rogic and Trent Sainsbury sat out training on their first full day in Kazan but are expected to be fit to face France.

Sainsbury, Jedi in Roos skipper stand-off

TRENT SAINSBURY of the Socceroos acknowledges the crowd after the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifier match between Thailand and the Australia Socceroos at Rajamangala National Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.

Stand-in Socceroos skipper Trent Sainsbury has revealed he tried to give Mile Jedinak the captain's armband in Australia's defeat of Hungary - but was denied.

Gallop not up for Cricket Australia role

FFA Chairman STEVEN LOWY addresses media during a press conference, at the FFA Offices, in Sydney, Australia.

FFA chairman Steven Lowy says next year's A-League competition needs to be, and will be, better than the 2017/18 season.

Nabbout leads Socceroos striker race

ANDREW NABBOUT of the Jets looks dejected after a near miss at goal during the A-League match between the Newcastle Jets and the Western Sydney Wanderers at McDonald Jones Stadium in Newcastle, Australia.

Tim Cahill has more games and goals than the rest of the Socceroos striking fleet combined but Andrew Nabbout looks set to start against France.

Rogic, first-time Roos remember Brazil

TOM ROGIC of Australia and Tamer Mohamd of Syria compete during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Asian Playoff match between the Australian Socceroos and Syria at ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia.

The Socceroos overlooked or unable to attend the World Cup in Brazil four years ago spent their summer in contrasting styles.

Socceroos settle into Russian Cup base

Head Coach BERT VAN MARWIJK speaks to media during a press conference at FFA Headquarters in Sydney, Australia.

The regional capital of Kazan will play host to Bert van Marwijk's Socceroos for the next nine nights, including their World Cup opener against France.

Socceroos will find their pace: Kruse

ROBBIE KRUSE of Australia is challenged by Mahmoud Al Mawas of Syria during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Asian Playoff match between the Australian Socceroos and Syria at ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia.

Socceroos Jackson Irvine and Robbie Kruse see positives in Australia's 2-1 defeat of Hungary but think Australia will be better against France.

Arzani shocks himself with Socceroos goal

DANIEL ARZANI of Melbourne City warms up prior to the A-League match between Melbourne City and the Central Coast Mariners at AAMI Park in Melbourne, Australia.

After his stellar performance against Hungary, could Australia's Daniel Arzani, the youngest player at the World Cup, challenge for starts at the tournament?

Sainsbury not worried by Hungary howler

TRENT SAINSBURY of the Socceroos acknowledges the crowd after the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifier match between Thailand and the Australia Socceroos at Rajamangala National Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand.

Robbie Kruse and Trent Sainsbury have declared Australia's 2-1 win over Hungary to be "boring" and "not pretty".

Tired Socceroos were bad: Van Marwijk

Socceroos Head Coach BERT VAN MARWIJK speaks to media during a press conference at FFA Headquarters in Sydney, Australia.

Coach Bert van Marwijk says the Socceroos will benefit greatly from rest ahead of their World Cup opener after a tired showing in a 2-1 win over Hungary.

How Socceroos rated against Hungary

MILE JEDINAK in action during an Australian Socceroos training at Arasen Stadion in Oslo, Norway.

Mat Ryan proved why he could be the Socceroos' key man while captain Mile Jedinak was needed to steady the team in their 2-1 defeat of Hungary in Budapest.

Blunders aplenty in Socceroos win

DANIEL ARZANI of the City runs with the ball during the A-League match between Melbourne City and Adelaide United at AAMI Park in Melbourne, Australia.

Daniel Arzani scored his maiden international goal in Australia's 2-1 win over Hungary in Budapest, their final friendly on the road to the World Cup.

Socceroo Nabbout out to nab his Cup chance

ANDREW NABBOUT of the Jets looks dejected after a near miss at goal during the A-League match between the Newcastle Jets and the Western Sydney Wanderers at McDonald Jones Stadium in Newcastle, Australia.

Two years ago Andrew Nabbout was wondering if he had a career in football but now he is wondering whether he will start at the World Cup for the Socceroos.

Esposito laps up golden Cahill generosity

TIM CAHILL of Millwall takes part in a warm down session after the Sky Bet Championship match between Millwall and Cardiff City at The Den in London, England.

Australia's most-loved Budapest resident - Olympic gold medallist Chloe Esposito - has Tim Cahill to thank for tickets to see the Socceroos in action.

Socceroos face Hungary in final tune-up

MILE JEDINAK in action during an Australian Socceroos training at Arasen Stadion in Oslo, Norway.

Skipper Mile Jedinak wants his Socceroos teammates to curb their World Cup enthusiasm and put in a solid display in their final hit-out before flying to Russia.

Macarthur has the AL population: Emerton

As the war of words between Sydney FC and Southern Expansion intensifies, Brett Emerton has highlighted the advantages of Macarthur's A-League bid.

Van Marwijk on short mercy trip home

BERT VAN MARWIJK, Head coach of Australia looks on prior to the International friendly between Australia and Colombia at Craven Cottage in London, England.

Bert van Marwijk has reunited with the Socceroos squad after the coach took a 24-hour trip to the Netherlands to visit a sick friend.

Milligan embracing defensive Roos duties

New recruit MARK MILLIGAN poses during a Melbourne Victory A-League media announcement at AAMI Park in Melbourne, Australia.

Mark Milligan enters his fourth World Cup as one of Australia's designated centre-backs.

Greenacre stays as Nix A-League asst coach

Interim co-coach CHRIS GREENACRE talks to his players during a Wellington Phoenix A-League training session at Newtown Park in Wellington, New Zealand.

New Wellington coach Mark Rudan has kept club stalwart Chris Greenacre on as his assistant at the A-League club.

FIFA World Cup 2018 team guide

The top 32 footballing nations in the world will battle it out for the 2018 World Cup beginning in Russia on June 14.

FIFA World Cup 2018 match schedule

The 2018 FIFA World Cup begins in Russia on June 14 and Australia are one of the 32 nations to qualify.

Brazil chasing World Cup glory and history

The 2018 FIFA World Cup begins in Russia on June 14 and Brazil are out to create history.

Massive boost in World Cup prizemoney

The 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia is not just about football's greatest honour, with the winner set to pocket $US38 million.

Germany, Brazil hold World Cup favouritism

Defending champions Germany and Brazil are the favourites to win the World Cup as questions abound for the 32 nations at soccer's showpiece tournament.

Socceroos embrace underdog tag at Cup

MARK SCHWARZER of Leicester in action during the Capital One Cup at The King Power Stadium in Leicester, England.

Three of the world's top 12-ranked nations - France, Denmark and Peru - stand in the way of the Socceroos in their World Cup group.

Socceroos coach keeps cards close to chest

Socceroos Head Coach BERT VAN MARWIJK speaks to media during a press conference at FFA Headquarters in Sydney, Australia.

Australian coach Bert van Marwijk is renowned as an uncompromising manager, but he's also already a world champion.

Russia in human rights crisis ahead of Cup

World Cup host Russia is trapped in the worst human rights crisis since the Soviet era, a human rights organisation says.

Aust travel warning ill-advised: expert

The ordinary Russian is too pre-occupied with the World Cup to worry about political implications of hosting soccer's showpiece tournament, an expert says.

Weird and wacky World Cup moments

Some weird and wacky moments throughout World Cup history.

Guide to Socceroos v Hungary

BERT VAN MARWIJK, Head coach of Australia looks on prior to the International friendly between Australia and Colombia at Craven Cottage in London, England.

A guide to the Socceroos' last hit-out on the road to the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, a friendly match against Hungary in Budapest.

Hungary challenge awaits Bert's Socceroos

Head Coach BERT VAN MARWIJK speaks to media during a press conference at FFA Headquarters in Sydney, Australia.

The Socceroos have one last hit-out before the World Cup, a friendly with Hungary which Bert van Marwijk will treat as a rehearsal for their Russia opener.

Behich, Meredith in it together at Cup

Aziz Behich says he doesn't see fellow Socceroos left-back James Meredith as a competitor at the World Cup as the latter chases a first cap since 2015.

Australia up four places in FIFA rankings

The Socceroos will attend the World Cup in Russia with their highest ranking in six years.

Mates Irvine and Maclaren unite in Russia

JACKSON IRVINE of the Socceroos controls the ball during the FIFA World Cup Qualifier match between the Australian Socceroos and United Arab Emirates at Allianz Stadium in Sydney, Australia.

The Socceroos squad doubles as a part-reunion for a Victorian schoolboys under-12 team, with Jackson Irvine and Jamie Maclaren rekindling a long friendship.

Sydney FC backs Macarthur A-League bid

Sydney FC have made it clear where its A-League expansion allegiances lie, backing the United for Macarthur bid and slamming Southern Expansion.

Shabow jets to Central Coast Mariners

Mario Shabow of the Jets looks on during A-League match between the Newcastle Jets and Melbourne City at McDonald Jones Stadium in Newcastle, Australia.

Young attacker Mario Shabow has terminated his contract with the Newcastle Jets and signed a two-year deal with the Central Coast Mariners.

Government no-go on Russia World Cup

The politics of attending this month's World Cup in Russia is very different, depending on whether you are a fan, a player or Australia's Foreign Minister.

Juric thirsty for Hungary minutes pre-Cup

TOMI JURIC of the Socceroos celebrates a goal during the FIFA World Cup Qualifier match between the Australian Socceroos and Thailand at AAMI Park in Melbourne, Australia.

Australia striker Tomi Juric says he is fit and ready to play in the World Cup, as well as the Socceroos' final lead-up friendly against Hungary.

Carney leaves Sky Blues, future unclear

DAVID CARNEY of Sydney FC celebrates an own goal by Terry Antonis of the Victory during the A-League Semi Final match between Sydney FC and Melbourne Victory at Allianz Stadium on in Sydney, Australia.

After two stints and a combined four-and-a-half seasons, journeyman utility David Carney is leaving Sydney FC.

De Marigny leaves Victory for Wanderers

JEAN PAUL DE MARIGNY gives instructions during a Melbourne Victory A-League training session at Gosch's Paddock on Melbourne, Australia.

Melbourne Victory's Jean-Paul de Marigny will take his assistant coaching credentials to Western Sydney to work under Markus Babbel.

Roos skip Jedinak unsure on Villa future

MILE JEDINAK captain of the Socceroos address the media during a press conference prior to the Australian Socceroos training session at the Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, Australia.

Uncertainty at club level isn't fazing Mile Jedinak, who is re-focussing his efforts on a World Cup tilt with the Socceroos.

Socceroos set for post-Postecoglou run

Australia Coach ANGE POSTECOGLOU looks on during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Asian Playoff match between the Australian Socceroos and Syria at ANZ Stadium in Sydney, Australia.

Only four players remain in the Socceroos from Ange Postecoglou's starting line-up at the World Cup in Brazil four years ago.

Bert preparing Cahill as Roos super-sub

TIM CAHILL of Millwall takes part in a warm down session after the Sky Bet Championship match between Millwall and Cardiff City at The Den in London, England.

The Socceroos are preparing to enter "a new rhythm" in their preparations for Russia, with a friendly against Hungary before the home straight to the World Cup.

Journeyman Kruse gets his World Cup shot

At 29, Socceroos winger Robbie Kruse is back in form, fit, and finally set to experience a World Cup that his talent demands.

A-League Mariners release captain Baro

ALAN BARO of the Mariners looks on during the A-League match between the Central Coast Mariners and Sydney FC at Central Coast Stadium in Gosford, Australia.

The Mariners have agreed to a mutual termination with captain Alan Baro, who will return to Spain to "pursue other opportunities".

Socceroos spend big in World Cup chase

Elite facilities and record player payments have contributed to a multi-million dollar spend on the Socceroos' World Cup campaign.

Socceroos Arzani the World Cup's youngest

DANIEL ARZANI of the City runs with the ball during the A-League match between Melbourne City and Adelaide United at AAMI Park in Melbourne, Australia.

Melbourne City winger Daniel Arzani is not just Australia's youngest-ever player at a World Cup, he'll be the youngest at the Russia 2018 tournament.

Socceroos call puts Maclaren on cloud nine

JAMIE MACLAREN of Australia controls the ball during the Australian Socceroos Training Session at the Gloria Football Club in Antalya, Turkey.

Socceroos striker Jamie Maclaren says getting the call-up from Bert van Marwijk has filled him with confidence to extend his goalscoring run in Russia.

Roar add Mauk as Aloisi rebuild continues

STEFAN MAUK headers the ball during a Melbourne City FC training session at City Football Academy in Melbourne, Australia.

South Australian Stefan Mauk has cut ties with Dutch club NEC to join Brisbane Roar in the A-League on a four-year deal.

Brazilian ace Bobo re-signs with Sydney FC

BOBO of Sydney FC celebrates his second goal during the A-League match between Sydney FC and Adelaide United at Allianz Stadium in Sydney, Australia.

Brazilian ace Bobo has re-signed with Sydney FC for another A-League season.

Enigma Arzani on wild World Cup ride

DANIEL ARZANI of Melbourne City warms up prior to the A-League match between Melbourne City and the Central Coast Mariners at AAMI Park in Melbourne, Australia.

A reluctance to praise wonder-teen Daniel Arzani shows the Socceroos are keen to protect the World Cup bolter, but he is also yet to gain respect and trust.

Socceroos stack their World Cup attack

DANIEL ARZANI of Melbourne City warms up prior to the A-League match between Melbourne City and the Central Coast Mariners at AAMI Park in Melbourne, Australia.

Having picked both Daniel Arzani and Jamie Maclaren for his Socceroos squad, Bert van Marwijk is looking forward a stacked attack at the World Cup.

Jurman pinching himself at Socceroos nod

Eight months ago Matt Jurman wasn't on the Socceroos radar, but now he's heading to the World Cup.

Arzani, Maclaren win World Cup berth

DANIEL ARZANI of the City runs with the ball during the A-League match between Melbourne City and Adelaide United at AAMI Park in Melbourne, Australia.

Bert van Marwijk has settled on his 23-man squad for the World Cup, with Tim Cahill the oldest member and Daniel Arzani the youngest.

Counter-attack a key to Socceroos success

Mat Leckie, who scored a double in Australia's 4-0 defeat of Czech Republic, says the Socceroos can be "very dangerous" in Russia.

What did we learn from the Socceroos win?

What were the major conclusions from Australia's 2-1 defeat of Hungary in Budapest on Saturday night?

Nabbout, Arzani revel in Socceroos firsts

ANDREW NABBOUT of the Jets during the A-League match between the Newcastle Jets and the Western Sydney Wanderers at McDonald Jones Stadium in Newcastle, Australia.

Australia's 4-0 thrashing of Czech Republic saw a first cap for Daniel Arzani and a first national team goal for Andrew Nabbout.

Van Marwijk singles out Risdon as star Roo

Josh Risdon sealed a seat on the plane to Russia for the Socceroos' World Cup campaign with a star showing against Czech Republic.

Socceroos smack Czechs for four

Socceroos Head Coach BERT VAN MARWIJK speaks to media during a press conference at FFA Headquarters in Sydney, Australia.

Socceroos coach Bert van Marwijk is satisfied but says there's still much to do after his side's 4-0 friendly defeat of Czech Republic.

How the Socceroos fared v Czech Republic

Player ratings for the Socceroos in their 4-0 win over Czech Republic.

West Melb A-League bid steeped in mystery

The Western Melbourne Group has promised to dip into its own pockets to build a stadium in Tarneit if its A-League expansion bid is successful.

Mariners release Dutchman Wout Brama

WOUT BRAMA of the Mariners reacts to a referees decision during the A-League match between the Central Coast Mariners and the Brisbane Roar at Central Coast Stadium in Gosford, Australia.

Dutch midfielder Wout Brama will leave the A-League for his hometown club FC Twente, the Central Coast Mariners have announced.

Socceroos beat Czech Republic in 4-0 rout

A double from Mat Leckie and a first Socceroos strike from Andrew Nabbout has given Australia a surprise 4-0 win over Czech Republic.

Wilkinson backs Roos' Sainsbury in Russia

Bert van Marwijk's plans for the Socceroos' defence at the World Cup will become clearer in Friday night's friendly with Czech Republic.

Guide to Australia v Czech Republic

Guide to Australia's friendly with the Czech Republic from Saint Polten, Austria, on Friday June 1.

Pickles the dog and the World Cup trophy

An English dog has got closer than Australians have to the Jules Rimet trophy, awarded to the winner of football's World Cup.

History and heartache calling Socceroos

In contrast to Australian efforts on the world stage in other sports, the Socceroos have only honest toiling and heartache to fall back on at the World Cup.

Australia's World Cup squad penpix

Penpix of Australia's 23-man squad for next month's World Cup in Russia.

FIFA World Cup facts and stats

FIFA World Cup trivia at a glance.

Australia's World Cup group form guide

Form guide for Australia's group at the World Cup.

World Cup venue Samara at a glance

Fast facts about the Russian city of Samara, where Australia will play Denmark in the World Cup.

World Cup venue Kazan at a glance

Fast facts about the Russian city of Kazan, where Australia will play France in the World Cup.

World Cup venue Sochi at a glance

Fast facts about the Russian city of Sochi, where Australia will play Peru in the World Cup.