Late News: In line with his captaincy rotation policy, coach Graham Arnold has named Brett Emerton as skipper of the Socceroos for the clash against Denmark that kicks off in just 45 minutes time. Emerton has captained Australia at every level.
Late News: In line with his captaincy rotation policy, coach Graham Arnold has named Brett Emerton as skipper of the Socceroos for the clash against Denmark that kicks off in just 45 minutes time.
Emerton has now captained Australia at every level.
The line-up for the Denmark clash is: Petkovic Emerton (c) Kisnorbo Thwaite Chipperfield Grella Skoko Cahill Holman Sterjovski Aloisi
Motherwell striker Scott McDonald has been brought into the squad following the withdrawal of Mark Viduka, while Birmingham City's Neil Kilkenny has been added from the five Qantas Under 23 players that were also in camp.
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