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Tim Cahill has an important message for all Australian fans. DO NOT BOO DURING HONDURAS ANTHEM, as their fans didn’t during ours in San Pedro Sula. We’re with you Timmy.


#Youvegottahave team – and for these fans it’s Honduras!


Ange will make changes to the starting line-up tomorrow night – but it won’t be Mile Jedinak, whose performance from Saturday is still being lauded far and wide. All outlets have a version of this story:  The Australian, Fairfax, News Corp.

Timmy says the difference between him and many of us ordinary mortals is that he simply doesn’t think about the negatives. (Plus the fact that he can play football really well and we can't). All outlets have a version of this story also.

In this piece from Tom Smithies, Jedi and Timmy make it clear there will be nothing left out on the park by the time they’re finished on Wednesday night.

As our photo of the day shows, the Socceroos were yesterday enjoying the benefits of a mobile cryotherapy chamber aimed at speeding-up recovery from any injury niggles.

And here’s something to make some of us feel old. Last time we played a World Cup qualifier as huge as this, Alex Gersbach was just 8 years old.

Mark Bosnich urges players to learn from the lessons of 1993 and 1997. This game isn’t won! We know Bozza!!!

We love Josep, don’t we? He wants to see us win, he believes we will, and he expects to see Ange at Russia 2018.


“You’ve got to have a good start,” says Ernie Merrick talking about the turnaround in form from Newcastle Jets this season. He makes the point that when you end the season on top of the table, it’s on the basis of a good start.

A-League Round 6 round-up from A-League Confidential.

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