I’m not sure there’s a more satisfying type of win.
The reaction to reports Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou will quit at the end of the qualifiers would be far more hostile if he wasn’t an Australian, writes InDaily columnist Paul Marcuccitti.
Ahead of Australia's knife-edge World Cup qualifier against Syria tomorrow, InDaily columnist Paul Marcuccitti argues the national team's struggles are much deeper than the coach, and much of the media, would have us believe.
Have Socceroos fans - and the team itself - forgotten how to relish the journey as well as the destination?
Tomorrow night's World Cup qualifier at Adelaide Oval is the most crucial international ever played in South Australia, argues Paul Marcuccitti. Not least because after 2018 the prestige of the World Cup will never be the same.
With Adelaide United's season and Asian campaign now over, Paul Marcuccitti has one final whinge - about all the Australian soccer whingers.