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BRISTLING at the array of Australian and international press in Russia, Ange Postecoglou snarled at the prospect of the next month defining his Socceroos tenure.
Indeed, with an Asian Cup triumph and a regeneration of the national side to look back on, the former Brisbane Roar and Melbourne Victory boss feels the record has been written.
But, in truth, the next month is paramount to the short term future of the national side.
It is finally a chance to strut the Socceroos’ ‘progress’ – or otherwise – against nations of the highest calibre. The Brazil audition – in a simple appraisal – did not go well, but look beneath the surface and the efforts of a second string XI for large parts of the contest against football’s top nation showed improvement that will need to be replicated and increased over the coming weeks.
During his reign, the Socceroos have defied form and public fear heading into the World Cup and Asian Cup, and the anxious mood with a prevailing uncertainty has crept back into the atmosphere again thanks to the Socceroos really having struggled to convince since playing United Arab Emirates in September. With the side sitting outside the automatic qualifying spots in Asia’s Group B, fans will hope the team arrives at August 31, in Japan, buoyed by competitive displays against the champions of Africa, South America and the World Cup winners, rather than with a dented confidence.
Despite recent form and the surrounding narrative, belief – publically at least – has simply not wavered anywhere you look across the Socceroos set-up: players, backroom staff, or the boss himself. The mantra is clear and the way they’ll execute, with three defenders and a flooded midfield, is now as obvious to the Socceroos’ three opponents as to any fan.
Now, selection is hardly a talking point. The only vagaries would be if Mitch Langerak gets a game over Mat Ryan; whether Mark Milligan sits in the No.6 position or completes the defensive triumvirate, in which case a Massimo Luongo comes into the reckoning again, and whether Robbie Kruse is squeezed into the XI or used as an impact player.