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 By AAP

Arnold denies Socceroos rumours: 'There's nothing been offered'

John Wilkinson discusses the candidates for the vacant Australia job, as Sven-Goran Eriksson is among the candidates.
Sydney FC have recorded their biggest every derby victory over Western Sydney Wanderers defeating them five goals to nil.
Jason Dasey speaks with Sydney FC media manager David Wariner to recap the 2018 AFC Champions League draw.

Graham Arnold has shut down a report he's been offered the Socceroos job and reiterated he's heard nothing from Football Federation Australia.

Based on an anonymous source, Fox Sports claimed on Wednesday night the contracted Sydney FC coach has been told the job is his if he wants it on a take-it-or-leave-it basis.

That's despite FFA's expert panel having only just started defining the job criteria for Ange Postecoglou's successor, a process it says does not involve talking to candidates until early...

 By AAP

Wilkinson hopes new Australia boss recognises FC form: 'Maybe I'm a chance'

Sydney FC have recorded their biggest every derby victory over Western Sydney Wanderers defeating them five goals to nil.
Jason Dasey speaks with Sydney FC media manager David Wariner to recap the 2018 AFC Champions League draw.

It's been a while since Alex Wilkinson pulled on the green and gold.

Two years have passed since his last Socceroos outing and 18 months gone since his last squad selection.

But as the next World Cup draws nearer, the Sydney FC centre-back has found himself reliving the previous instalment in Brazil.

A trusted member of Ange Postecoglou's new guard, Wilkinson started all three of Australia's group games at the 2014 tournament.

The 33-year-old has since appeared in a handful of Russia 2018 qualifiers...

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Fans seek voice after FFA given reprieve in Australia football gridlock

Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts evaluate Australia's World Cup group and assess whether they or any other Asian teams can progress.

Coaches and fans could be the next stakeholders given a seat at an expanded Football Federation Australia congress table as FIFA prepares to wade into the sport's governance gridlock.

A delegation of officials from FIFA and the Asian Football Confederation will visit Australia in the New Year to take charge of a "congress review working group" and resolve a months-long political dispute.

The visit means FFA chairman Steven Lowy and board have been spared the axe and the ignominy of being replaced...

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Tim Cahill 'will have something lined up' already - Kevin Muscat

Check out some of Tim Cahill's stats with Melbourne City to see whether or not his stint was worthwhile for the club.

Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat says he knows Tim Cahill well enough to believe he has his next playing deal stitched up.

Cahill sensationally walked from Melbourne City and, most likely, the A-League on Wednesday after agreeing terms to rip up his contract with the expansion side.

The 38-year-old has yet to announce his next destination, saying he would focus on preparing for a fourth World Cup next June's tournament in Russia.

It's there that he will aim to underscore his place in the sport...

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FIFA to work with Football Federation Australia on congress review

The FC crew explain why Australia's outlook at the World Cup is dreary after being drawn with France, Peru and Denmark.
ESPN's Julien Laurens believes France will be very happy after drawing Australia, Peru and Denmark.
Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts evaluate Australia's World Cup group and assess whether they or any other Asian teams can progress.

Steven Lowy will still be around, but FIFA will be the ones in charge when it returns to Australia to lead bitterly divided stakeholders through more negotiations.

A complete FIFA takeover is off the table for now, but the fate of the Football Federation Australia chairman -- who has mentioned legal action if FIFA takes over -- remains in the balance.

Football's world governing body says it will "define the terms of reference" for a new congress review working group seeking to broker a compromise...