Australians hopes of seeing Diego Maradona in the dugout in the 2015 Asian Cup have been dealt a blow after Palestine's football association denied any contact with the Argentinian legend.
Sebastian Hassett Ange Postecoglou says the team can’t be 'arrogant' and take their progression for granted.
Sebastian Hassett Thirteen Premier League championships, 29 cup triumphs, six continental trophies and seven regional titles, a name change by royal decree and official recognition as the confederation's "Club of the...
Chris Dutton Tom Rogic's injury nightmare has continued after being ruled out of the Asian Cup.
Sebastian Hassett Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou has used his last true chance to experiment for January's Asian Cup by testing a string of new and seemingly forgotten faces.
Sebastian Hassett The Socceroos' hopes of winning next year's Asian Cup on home soil have been dealt a major blow with star attacker Tom Rogic ruled out of the tournament.
Sebastian Hassett In a last-ditch bid to increase his potential options before January's Asian Cup, Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou has called up a string of new players for next month's friendlies in the Middle East.
Sebastian Hassett The Socceroos will round off their preparations for January's Asian Cup with a friendly on November 18 against arch-rivals Japan, the same team many are expecting they'll face in the final of the...
Jon Tuxworth Next year's Asian Cup will leave a legacy for Canberra soccer after it was confirmed Deakin Stadium and McKellar Park will feature in $650,000 worth of upgrades to venues in all five host cities.
David Polkinghorne Oman hopes basing itself at the Australian Institute of Sport will see its success rub off on it and the nation wants Canberra to adopt it as its Asian Cup team.
Dominic Bossi Australia coach Ange Postecoglou has made strengthening the national player pool his No.1 priority before the 2015 Asian Cup on home soil.
Injuries plague Ange Postecoglou's squad selection as the door opens for new and fringe players to cement spots.
Chris Wilson The 2011 Asian Cup’s host nation Qatar will base itself in Canberra in the lead-up to next year's tournament in Australia.
Tom Decent The man who coached Australia to their first World Cup finals appearance in 1974 says if the Socceroos do not win next year's Asian Cup, it should be viewed as nothing but a failure.
Lee Gaskin The Asian Cup quarter-final in Canberra likely to feature Japan has been switched to Sydney.
Forgotten Socceroo prospect Chris Herd is back training and hopeful he can force himself into Ange Postecoglou's Asian Cup plans.
Dominic Bossi It's almost irrelevant what happens in this finals series, the A-League has already had its flashpoint moment of the season.
Sebastian Hassett New Matildas coach Alen Stajcic believes his side can put the dramas of the past few months behind it to put in a bold showing at this month's Asian Cup in Vietnam.
The Matildas could not have been given a better chance to demonstrate renewed harmony than their Asian Cup opener against Japan.
Captain Kate Gill scored a double to help Australia to a routine 3-1 Women's Asian Cup victory over Jordan becoming the Matildas' greatest goalscorer in the process.