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Cahill: Postecoglou’s Socceroos legacy will last forever

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Australia’s all-time leading goalscorer Tim Cahill insists Ange Postecoglou’s legacy will last forever amid doubts of his future as Socceroos head coach. The Socceroos edged past Syria 2-1 after extra time on Tuesday to advance to the inter-confederation World Cup play-off against Honduras in November but attention has turned to Postecoglou, who is reportedly set to quit his post next month. A report by News Limited claimed Postecoglou – often criticised for his style of play and squad selection – was set to quit regardless of the result of November’s two-leg play-off, and the Asian Cup-winning boss offered no guarantees over his future on Wednesday with Sydney FC head coach Graham Arnold believed to be the frontrunner.

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