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4 November 2014
Red-carded Jedinak fumes at ref
Socceroos skipper Mile Jedinak has blasted referee Phil Dowd after being sent off in Crystal Palace’s 3-1 loss to Sunderland on Monday.
1 October 2014
Palace count cost of losing Jedinak to Asian Cup
Crystal Palace boss Neil Warnock has conceded he will lose Mile Jedinak in January due to the Asian Cup and says it’ll be a big blow for the Premier League battlers.
27 September 2014
Jedinak scores again for Palace
Socceroos skipper Mile Jedinak made it two goals in two games overnight as Crystal Palace defeated Leicester City 2-0 in the English Premiership.
8 September 2014
Jedinak: We won't change for Saudis
Socceroo skipper Mile Jedinak says the Socceroos won’t be changing their playing style to earn a result against Saudi Arabia.
5 September 2014
Bresciano: Socceroos lost in transition
Mark Bresciano admits the Socceroos need to improve their transition play after a 2-0 friendly loss to a star-studded Belgium.
17 August 2014
Jedinak wants swift appointment
Socceroo Mile Jedinak admits he’s still struggling to comprehend Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis’ exit and wants a new manager installed as soon as possible.
20 June 2014
Roos to bring the pain on Spain
Socceroo skipper Mile Jedinak says Australia has to unsettle Spain and force their game plan on the defending champions when they meet in Curitiba.
20 June 2014
Bresc doubt for Spain game
Mark Bresciano is facing an uphill battle to be fit to play against Spain in Australia’s final World Cup encounter as recovers from a hip flexor injury.
10 June 2014
Jedinak: Vidal or not we're ready
Socceroo skipper Mile Jedinak says Australia will be ready to face Chilean star Arturo Vidal if he returns from injury for Friday’s World Cup opener.
8 June 2014
Breakdown: The unknown Jedinak
Despite being a regular Socceroo since the 2011 Asian Cup, and now captain of both Crystal Palace and the Socceroos, Jedinak remains somewhat under the radar - appreciated, but not idolised.