Today it has been announced that the Australian soccer team will need to find a new coach in the next six months, after 2018 after Ange Postecoglou announced he is stepping down from the role ahead of the 2018 world cup.

Postecoglou joined Football Federation Australia (FFA) chief David Gallop to announce his decision to step down this morning, declaring that it is time for him to pass on the reigns and focus on his famous garden that surrounds his five story Oakleigh concrete mansion.

“After a great deal of thought and soul-searching, I’ve decided that the journey for me ends as Socceroos coach,” an emotional Postecoglou said

“It’s time to focus on my roses and my olive trees”

“At least I know those things will be able to grow without the input of Foster or Bosnich. There are absolutely no water restrictions”

Postecoglou led Australia to its fourth straight World Cup qualification earlier this month with a 3-1 victory over Honduras.

Australia is not scheduled to play another international until March next year, ahead of the World Cup getting underway in June.

The World Cup draw will take place in Moscow in less than two weeks.

Gallop said he was disappointed and puzzled Postecoglou would not lead the side at the World Cup.

Ange says that maybe someday he will return to club football, but for now his figs are looking beautiful, moit.


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