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1dRob Brooks

Cahill meant no malice with celebration

Tim Cahill may have crossed the line with his 'sponsored' celebration after Australia's winner vs. Syria, but he meant no malice, writes Rob Brooks.

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Kewell: Too early to talk about Ange's legacy (0:28)
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Kewell: Postecoglou rumours perpetuated by media (0:54)
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Ramifications of Australia's new ranking

The Socceroos have jumped seven places in FIFA's world rankings to 43rd after their World Cup qualification victory over Syria.

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Singapore drop 11 spots in FIFA rankings

After a winless 2017, Singapore and Malaysia fell a combined 15 spots in the FIFA rankings, to sit below Asian minnows like Laos and Chinese Taipei.

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Is Postecoglou set to leave Socceroos? (0:45)
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Socceroos decide on Honduran base

Australia has opted to spend the week leading up to their clutch November World Cup playoff on-ground in Honduras, rather than in the United States.

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Australia vs. Honduras dates confirmed

Australia will open their two-leg series in Honduras on Friday, Nov. 10 and return for the home fixture at ANZ Stadium on Wednesday, Nov. 15.

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5dJason Dasey

Rogic 'good to play with' for Aussies - Mooy

Aaron Mooy says he enjoys playing with Tom Rogic and hopes that the British-based pair can inspire the Socceroos to victory over Honduras next month.

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Cahill: Postecoglou's Socceroos legacy will last forever (0:50)
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6dRob Brooks

Australia need to stick by Postecoglou

For now, the FFA must stick by Ange Postecoglou. The Socceroos can still earn a World Cup spot, a position far too precious to be taken for granted.

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6dJason Dasey

Cahill papers over major Socceroo cracks

Australia fans should celebrate the remarkable Tim Cahill, but let's not get carried away. There are significant issues plaguing the Socceroos squad.

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6dAAP

Postecoglou 'must have his reasons' to quit

Roar coach John Aloisi says he'd be surprised if criticism from the media and public has driven Socceroos boss Ange Postecoglou to quit his job.

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Cahill leads Australia from the front (1:22)
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Syria coach blames referee after World Cup dream ends (1:31)
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Where must Australia improve before November? (1:12)
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Australia's Mooy relishing Rogic partnership (1:24)
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Australia's patience pays off vs. Syria (1:41)
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Cahill: Age is just a number (1:20)
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Postecoglou: Tim Cahill's a freak (0:20)
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8dRob Brooks

Cahill advances Australia, ousts Syria

Syria's World Cup dream has come to a heartbreaking end. Tim Cahill's double, including one in extra time, ensured the Aussies advanced ... just.

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8dMike Wise

Cahill heroics as teammates stutter

Tim Cahill was the match-winner as Australia edged Syria 2-1 in extra time, but plenty of his Socceroos teammates failed to show up.