Holger Osieck & World Cup

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Please Ange, Lucas Neill must not go to World Cup: When Holger Osieck was at the helm of the Socceroos, there ...
Brazil-bound: The countries who’ll contest World Cup 2014 ALGERIA Coach: Vahid Halilhodzic Star man: Madjid Bougherra Tournament best: Group stages 1986, 1992, 2010 Scraped through qualifying on away goals against Burkina Faso, who have never made it to a World Cup, and are likely to struggle in Brazil having had a poor showing at the African Nations Cup. ARGENTINA Coach: Alejandro Sabella Star man: Lionel Messi Tournament best: Winners 1978, 1986 Barcelona superstar Messi will turn 27 during next summer's tournament and this looks his best chance to add major international glory to his glittering club successes. Plenty of other attacking options are also available to coach Sabella, but the defence might be a weak link against top-class opposition. AUSTRALIA Coach: Ange Posteglou Star man: Robbie Kruse Tournament best: Last 16 2006 The Socceroos qualified from the Asian section but some terrible friendly results since, plus a failure to truly refresh an ageing squad, have cost coach Holger Osieck his jo ...
Australian goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer has retired from international football. The Chelsea goalkeeper told Football Federation Australia of his decision just hours before new coach Ange Postecoglou confirmed his first Socceroos squad. The 41-year-old was overlooked for Australia's recent friendlies against France and Canada, given his continued lack of game time for Chelsea, where he is the back-up to Petr Cech. It appears emerging 25-year-old Mitch Langerak is now the favourite to succeed Schwarzer as Australia's first-choice in goal. Schwarzer is Australia's most-capped player with 109 appearances for the Socceroos since his debut in 1993. His departure is the first major change to the Socceroos team since Holger Osieck's sacking last month, and there will likely be more to come. Several other high-profile names are missing from Postecoglou's squad for the November 19 friendly against Costa Rica, which is 22 strong following Schwarzer's decision not to accept a call-up. Luke Wilshere, David Carney and Sa ...
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My piece for website on Holger Osieck giving hope to fringe ahead of the World Cup
Australia qualify for 2014 World Cup 18 June 2013, 13:30 Australia secured their place at the 2014 World Cup finals in Brazil on Tuesday with a late strike from Josh Kennedy firing them to a tense 1-0 win over an under-strength Iraq at Stadium Australia. It was an unconvincing victory in front of a sell-out 80 000 crowd, but ensured the Socceroos will appear at their third consecutive World Cup, alongside Japan who are already through from Asian Group B qualifying. The result put Australia on 13 points, out of reach of Oman (nine points) and Jordan (seven points) who play later on Wednesday. Australia wasted countless chances in wet conditions before coach Holger Osieck replaced a visibly angry Tim Cahill with Kennedy in the 77th minute. But the towering Nagoya Grampus striker justified the substitution when he saved the day with a clinical 83rd-minute header that sent the crowd wild. "I'm proud of everybody. It's been a really hard campaign but we showed our mental strength," captain Lucas Neill said. "I ...
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The roar.com.au on Socceroos v Jordan WCQ Socceroos coach Holger Osieck will keep his team guessing until match day on whether he makes team changes for his side’s crucial World Cup qualifier against Jordan in Melbourne on Tuesday night. Osieck has the luxury of a side which did the job superbly against Japan in a 1-1 draw last week, and now has regular holding midfielder Mile Jedinak and striker Alex Brosque fit again for selection. Jedinak is the most likely candidate to return to the starting side if changes are made, despite the excellent performance of his replacement Mark Milligan against Japan. The German only tells his players on match-day what the starting 11 will be. Like everyone else, they are looking for clues – and Osieck was giving little away at a pre-match media conference in Melbourne on Monday. “In football, you should never look back – the only thing you get is a sore neck,” Osieck said. “I look ahead. Jordan is a different game (to Japan). Everyone in our squad is ready to ...
Australia midfielder Mile Jedinak says he is fit and ready to give coach Holger Osieck his biggest selection headache ahead of the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Jordan on Tuesday at Etihad Stadium.
While Socceroos coach Holger Osieck rued the late penalty which cost Australia victory over Japan in their World Cup qualifier on Tuesday night, he’ll gladly take what may prove a critical point from Saitama Stadium.
Tuesday morning Sports update: *Richmond has grabbed a place in the top eight with a 41-point win over West Coast at Subiaco last night. After a tight opening quarter, the Tigers hit the front in the second quarter and were never headed again, running out 16.7 (103) to 8.14 (62) winners. Melbourne coach Mark Neeld has kept his job after a meeting of the embattled club's board. *The NZ Warriors have hammered an under-strength Brisbane Broncos 56-18 at Lang Park to end round 12. It was the Broncos' biggest loss at Lang Park - eclipsing their 40-4 defeat to Canterbury in 2003. The Warriors pilied on 10 tries to three with doubles to Manu Vatuvei, Konrad Hurrell, Thomas Leuluai and Glen Fisiiahi. St George Illawarra coach Steve Price said he has given star five-eighth Jamie Soward time away from training to "clear his head". *Socceroos coach Holger Osieck says speculation about his job security will not distract him from Australia's World Cup campaign. Osieck's tenure has come into question since Australia's ...
Mark Schwarzer urged the snipers to hold fire on under-pressure Australia coach Holger Osieck on the eve of June's trilogy of World Cup qualifiers that will determine whether Brazil 2014 becomes fact or fiction for the Socceroos.
Australia coach Holger Osieck named a 26-man squad for June's do-or-die trio of World Cup qualifiers with striker Josh Kennedy back recalled along with Sasa Ognenovski, and Mitch Langerak.
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Socceroos coach Holger Osieck focused on Oman, not Japan While many Socceroos fans may already have one eye on Tuesday's match with Japan, the Australia camp is not casting its gaze past Paul Le Guen's side on Friday By Luke Buttigieg Jun 8, 2012 4:33:00 AM Australia coach Holger Osieck insists his focus is firmly on Friday's 2014 World Cup qualifier against Oman, and not the one that follows on Tuesday against Japan. The Socceroos begin the final phase of qualifying for Brazil 2014 against Oman in Muscat and have a short turnaround before taking on Japan at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane on Tuesday. But while plenty of pundits and fans alike are already looking forward to Tuesday's match, Osieck will not be distracted from the task at hand against Oman, who began their campaign with a 3-0 defeat in Japan. "I cannot play a team here, go into a qualifier, and only have Japan in mind," Osieck said on match eve. "That will never happen, that I will let that slip. Oman is like a first final." Osieck also refused ...
Archie Thompson has vowed to prove to Socceroos coach Holger Osieck he is fit enough for June's World Cup qualifiers.
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