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 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...

Australia and Cameroon catch Confederations Cup bug in Russia

Both Cameroon and Australia still have hope of reaching the Confederations Cup semifinals.

ST PETERSBURG -- There were 35,021 spectators at the 68,000 capacity St Petersburg Arena on Thursday, but only a tiny percentage travelled from Cameroon and Australia.

Unsurprisingly, given that it is over 9,000 miles from Australia and over 3,500 from Cameroon, the "home" support for these countries at the Confederations Cup has been somewhat thin on the ground. But some intrepid fans did make the trip to see their teams play out a 1-1 draw that left both with a slim hope of reaching the semifinals...

 By Nick Ames

Cameroon, Australia miss their chance at deeper Confederations Cup run

Both Australia and Cameroon fought gamely, but an overall lack of quality in depth means their stays in Russia will be short.

ST. PETERSBURG, Russia -- Four-and-a-half months ago, Vincent Aboubakar caused shockwaves by volleying a marvellous winner to give Cameroon an unlikely Africa Cup of Nations title in Gabon. It was a goal from nothing, the kind of bolt from the blue that bears replaying for years. Faced with a much simpler chance in St. Petersburg, after 56 minutes and with his side a goal up against Australia, he blazed a shot off-target from in front of the posts. With that opportunity, his country's Confederations...

 By Jason Dasey

Socceroo Dino Djulbic aims to make mark in Malaysia with Felda

Jason Dasey speaks with Felda United's Dino Djulbic to discuss his expectations at his new club.
ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and Stanley Bernard assess Malaysia's national team campaign and if Vingada is under pressure.
Jason Dasey talks with Malaysia U22 manager Ong Kim Swee following his side's return from China.

Dino Djulbic has been in Kuala Lumpur barely two weeks, but already the former Perth Glory defender says he feels at home at Malaysia Super League side, Felda United. The giant centre-back adds steel to an ambitious club who finished second in the top flight last season, but lost their way at the start of 2017.

The twice-capped Socceroo is making his second foray into Asia, having played for Guizhou Renhe in the Chinese Super League in 2011-12.

Malaysia may not seem like an obvious next destination,...

Germany's second string pass their test -- but only just -- vs. Australia

Three different goalscorers helped Germany edge a resolute Australia in their Confederations Cup Group B opener.
Three different goalscorers helped Germany edge a resolute Australia in their Confederations Cup Group B opener.
Mark Donaldson and Alejandro Moreno dissect Joachim Low's much-changed Germany side after a narrow win over Australia.

SOCHI, Russia -- The clock at Sochi's Fisht Olympic stadium read 89:41 when Australia went up to take a corner. Germany were leading 3-2, and Joachim Low was more touchy and fidgety than usual in his technical area. The Socceroos' fans -- sparse but noisy -- howled in anticipation. They were joined by the Russian neutrals, at least those who weren't spending the last 20 minutes of the second half trying (unsuccessfully) to start a wave.

The corner was cleared away, but the moment was in itself...

 By Rob Brooks

Aaron Mooy, Tom Rogic lead the way; Brad Smith, Trent Sainsbury struggle

Former Socceroo Goran Lozanovski believes midfielders Tom Rogic and Aaron Mooy are key links to Australia scoring goals.

The 2016-17 season provided a mixed bag for Australians plying their trade in Europe, with many left facing difficult decisions regarding their future ahead of the 2018 World Cup.

With silverware safely locked away in cabinets, relegation battles fought and games against Saudi Arabia and Brazil in the bag, ESPN FC reflects on the season that was and grades the players on their efforts:

Player: Aaron Mooy
Club: Huddersfield, England (loan)
Grade: A+
Wrap: Promotion to the Premier League put the exclamation...