The football community is paying their tribute to outgoing Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou, who today stepped down as head of the national team.
Socceroo players have taken to social media to thank Ange for his four years of dedication to the top job of the Socceroos.
Players including defenders Trent Sainsbury and Jason Davidson has taken to Twitter to thank Ange Postecoglou for the opportunity he gave them.
Just want to say thanks to Ange for everything he has done for football in Australia and me personally. He gave me my shot with the national team and I can never forget that. The belief and confidence he’s instilled in this team that will keep us on the path to great things. 🇦🇺 pic.twitter.com/p99kzKXuRL
— Trent Sainsbury (@Tsainsbury92) November 21, 2017
Thank you Ange for the belief and opportunity you gave me to represent my country 🇦🇺 To play in a World Cup and to win the Asian cup on home soil is something I will cherish and never forget! You always believed in us! I wish you and your family all the very best for the future
— Jason Davidson (@jasondavidson29) November 21, 2017
Ange Postecoglou has been coach of the Socceroos since October 2013, after a successful stint as manager of A-League clubs Melbourne Victory and Brisbane Roar.
Football Federation Australia (FFA) Chief Executive David Gallop thanked Postecoglou for his services over the last four years, and won’t rush into finding his successor.
David Gallop: It’s my privilege on behalf of Australian football to thank Ange for his service of the past four years.
— Caltex Socceroos (@Socceroos) November 21, 2017
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