Aloisi And Milicevic Win Starting Spots
No Viduka and a starting spot for Ljubo Milicevic were the key talking points after Frank Farina announced the starting eleven for the opening game of the Confederations Cup against Germany tomorrow morning (AEST).
No Viduka and a starting spot for Ljubo Milicevic (pictured right) were the key talking points after Frank Farina announced the starting eleven for the opening game of the Confederations Cup against Germany tomorrow morning (AEST).
Farina has decided not to risk starting with Viduka, instead opting for perennial understudy John Aloisi, who scored for Osasuna last weekend in the Kings Cup final loss. Milicevic has come into the team in place of Jon McKain, with negating German playmaker Michael Ballack his main role tomorrow morning.
The starting eleven is: Mark Schwarzer (gk); Kevin Muscat, Tony Popovic, Craig Moore (c), Lucas Neill, Ljubo Milicevic, Josip Skoko, Tim Cahill, Scott Chipperfield, Brett Emerton, John Aloisi The match can be seen live on SBS with the telecast starting at 4.45am, while www.footballaustralia.com.au will have a LIVE MATCH UPDATE from 4.45am of this match and also the Under 20'S match against the Netherlands from 4.30am.
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