CEO of the FFA, David Gallop believes Ange Postecoglou wants to coach week in, week out which may suggest he could leave the Socceroos.
Football Federation Australia boss David Gallop has failed to end speculation about Socceroo coach Ange Postecoglou's future.
It was reported after the World Cup qualification game against Syria that Postecoglou would quit after next month's playoff against Honduras.
Gallop did not provide any clarity on Postecoglou's future, short-term or otherwise, when he faced reporters on Monday.
Asked whether Postecoglou had confirmed he would be stepping down after the playoff matches on Nov. 10 and 15, Gallop...
The Socceroos will throw themselves into the fire ahead of their World Cup play-off with Honduras, opting to spend the lead-up week to their away match in the Central American nation.
The Ange Postecoglou imbroglio looks set to fester after Football Federation Australia boss David Gallop failed to end speculation about the Socceroo coach's future.
Talk of Ange Postecoglou prematurely ending his Australia tenure because of criticism has been labelled "nonsense" by former Socceroos captain Craig Moore as doubts linger over his future as head coach with World Cup qualification on the line.
The level of fight and persistence to the final whistle from the Wellington Phoenix against Sydney FC is cause for optimism.