The curtain has come down on Mile Jedinak’s Caltex Socceroos career after the tough-tackling midfielder confirmed his international retirement on Monday.
Jedinak enjoyed a glittering career in the Green and Gold, appearing at three FIFA World Cups – two as captain – and guiding the Caltex Socceroos to the AFC Asian Cup title in 2015.
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And he made a habit of scoring some crucial goals for the national team, including his stunning hat-trick against Honduras to book Australia’s spot in Russia.
His leadership qualities and inspirational performances will go down in Caltex Socceroos folklore.
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