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Australia ride momentum

Asian Cup

Socceroos' fringe players impress against world champions Germany

Australia head coach Ange Postecoglou was proud of his team's performance and result after their 2-2 draw against world champions Germany.

Pessimistic fans might point to the fact that Germany started without many of their stars as they were held at home to a 2-2 draw by Australia in Wednesday night's international friendly. But the Socceroos were missing at least five regulars themselves, including both central defenders and talisman Tim Cahill -- who unhinged Japan on the same ground in Kaiserslautern almost nine years ago.

In a result that will no-doubt please Aussie manager Ange Postecoglou, it was Australia's...

 By Jason Dasey

Heartbroken Haiti striker dreams of gold after starting Singapore chapter

Tampines Rovers' new striker Fabrice Noel coped with family tragedy as a teenager before carving out a successful career. Photo credit: S.League

He thinks about it less than he used to, but the pain will never completely go away.

Haiti international striker Fabrice Noel is one of the new imports to Singapore's S.League this season, playing for glamour club, Tampines Rovers, after a stint with Malaysia's ATM FA last season.

Turning 30 in July, Noel has carved out a successful professional career after coping with the tragedy of having two of his brothers murdered in 2002 when he was a teenager at a junior tournament in the United States.


 By Jason Dasey

Why Australia legend Tim Cahill must go with the flow at Shanghai Shenhua

All eyes were on the Chinese Super League's newest star as Tim Cahill made his debut for Shanghai Shenhua against city rivals Shenxin.

Be careful what you eat, prepare to be kicked a lot and learn quickly that it is better sometimes just to go with the flow.

That's the advice to newly arrived Shanghai Greenland Shenhua recruit Tim Cahill from the club's former goalkeeping coach Ian Walker. The ex-England international is now working for rivals, Shanghai SIPG FC under his former Three Lions' boss Sven-Goran Eriksson.

Australian international Cahill made his Chinese Super League (CSL) debut last Sunday as Shenhua defeated the third...

Tactical evolution must be the next goal for Asian champions Australia

Coach Ange Postecoglou proved critics wrong by masterminding Australia to their first Asian title in January.

As a fellow coach and his former rival from the old days of the National Soccer League, I have the utmost respect for what Ange Postecoglou has achieved in a relatively short time as coach of the Socceroos.

To win the 2015 AFC Asian Cup with a reshaped squad, lacking in world class players whilst sticking to a bold, attacking philosophy with the pressure and expectation of home crowds demanding success, is a remarkable achievement. He proved so many doubters wrong and built a platform on which the...

 By Rob Brooks

Tim Cahill's Aussie legacy is assured despite Shanghai Shenhua move

It was an eventful transfer deadline day for Tim Cahill as he announced he'd be leaving the New York Red Bulls, and now is headed to the Chinese Super League with Shanghai Shenhua.

Such is life for a successful footballer. No sooner had Tim Cahill lifted the Asian Cup trophy with his Australian teammates that focus then shifted to his future.

For the national team, the 35-year-old insists he still has much to offer, and no doubt coach Ange Postecoglou will give him every opportunity to demonstrate that after his performances against Asia's best.

For club, it was a different story.

Cahill parted ways with the New York Red Bulls as the club and player decided it was in everyone's...

 By Jason Dasey

World Cup hero Aloisi happy to become Australia's yesterday man

John Aloisi converted the penalty against Uruguay in 2005 that took the Socceroos through to their first World Cup appearance in 32 years.

Australia's breakthrough Asian Cup victory means that John Aloisi no longer has the honour of being the hero of the nation's most famous football moment. And the former La Liga striker couldn't be happier.

In November 2005, Aloisi converted the decisive penalty kick against two-time world champions, Uruguay, that took the Socceroos through to their first World Cup appearance in 32 years.

At the same venue in Sydney last Saturday, Australia defeated South Korea 2-1 in the 2015 Asian Cup final --...