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 By AAP

FFA won't repeat 'mistakes of the past' after FIFA's damning Garcia report

Raf Honigstein reveals his thoughts on the Garcia report that examined allegations of corruption in the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.

Australian soccer bosses say they won't make the same mistakes again after a report detailed evidence of the nation making improper payments in its failed 2022 World Cup bid.

A fortnight after Australia announced its intent to bid for the 2023 Women's World Cup, the report found evidence suggested the nation made improper payments to influence the vote of a FIFA member.

The report by FIFA ethics investigator Michael Garcia scrutinises, in part, Australia's failed bid to host the 2022 World Cup.

Australia's...

 By AAP

A-League opening round set for October 6 despite Socceroos clash

Ex Man United assistant Warren Joyce has been appointed head coach of Melbourne City.
Sydney FC lifts A-League trophy
A-League champions Sydney FC will kick-off their title defence against Melbourne Victory on Oct. 7.

Football Federation Australia has decided not to push round one of the upcoming A-League season back to cater for potential Socceroos' World Cup qualifying playoffs and New Zealand internationals.

Should Australia finish third in their qualifying group, Ange Postecoglou's national team will face arduous playoff rounds starting with home and away games against another Asian nation on Oct. 5 and 10.

The A-League draw, released on Wednesday, has the opening round starting on Oct. 6, when Melbourne...

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Massimo Luongo glad Australia 'put it right' against Chile

Head coach Ange Postecoglou wants to keep testing his team against the very best despite being knocked out of the Confederations Cup.
Tim Cahill and Ange Postecoglou reflect on Australia's 1-1 draw with Chile that ended their Confederations Cup run.
Nick Ames and Mark Ogden recap the draw between Chile and Australia, and highlight the Aussies' surprising performance.

They're not happy to be heading home, but at least the Socceroos are leaving on a high after a 1-1 draw with South American champions Chile.

And no one is more pleased with the sparkling team performance than Massimo Luongo.

The midfield tyro struggled on his Confederations Cup debut, hauled off at half-time in Australia's 3-2 loss to world champions Germany.

Given Luongo was named player of the Asian Cup during a previous taste of international tournament soccer, it was a thud back to Earth.

"We...

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Phil Moss reunites with Graham Arnold at Sydney FC

Phil Moss & Graham Arnold
Phil Moss will be reunited with his former Central Coast Mariners boss Graham Arnold at Sydney FC.

Sydney FC coach Graham Arnold has brought in another Central Coast old boy, hiring Phil Moss as his second assistant.

Moss, who spent three years under Arnold at the Mariners before succeeding him as head coach, will work alongside Steve Corica throughout the Sky Blues' A-League title defence and Asian Champions League campaign.

The move also reunites the 45-year-old with other former Mariners staff in goalkeeping coach John Crawley and head of strength and conditioning Andrew Clark.

"Being a Sydney...

 By Jason Dasey

Australia's valiant Confederations Cup showing, Mile Jedinak's spot in doubt

Tim Cahill and Ange Postecoglou reflect on Australia's 1-1 draw with Chile that ended their Confederations Cup run.

Australia's encouraging Confederations Cup performance proved that while there should be a 2018 World Cup place for Tim Cahill, there may not be room for another ex-Premier League player in Mile Jedinak.

It also vindicated coach Ange Postecoglou's bold, if risky, attacking approach, suggesting that his contentious 3-2-4-1 formation could be a goer -- if the right pieces of the puzzle are in place.

That would mean continuing to play Mark Milligan as a centre-back, rather than in midfield, after his...