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Three Socceroos still searching for new homes

The Exploding Heads are back as player agents to field calls from the likes of Gareth Bale, Harry Maguire and Phil Jones on a lively transfer deadline day.

Three Socceroos -- Trent Sainsbury, Tomi Juric and Mile Jedinak -- are yet to finalise their futures as the European transfer window enters its final few weeks.

The English window slammed shut on Thursday, with Aaron Mooy and Massimo Luongo finding new homes, but clubs in the rest of Europe can continue to do business up until Sept. 2.

That gives hope for free agent Jedinak, scarcely-seen striker Juric and now Sainsbury, who has been made surplus to requirements at PSV Eindhoven.

PSV boss Mark van...

Australia's Mile Jedinak quits international football after 79 appearances

Australia midfielder Mile Jedinak announced his retirement from international football on Monday, bringing to an end a 79-cap career that included leading the Socceroos at two World Cups.

Aston Villa player Jedinak captained his country at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil and this year's tournament in Russia, having also led them to an Asian Cup triumph on home soil in 2015.

The 34-year-old announced his decision in an Instagram post three months before Australia launch their continental title defence...

 By PA Sport

Championship playoff final life-changing for Aston Villa and Fulham - Mile Jedinak

The Championship playoff final is a "crossroads moment'' for Aston Vila, according to midfielder Mile Jedinak.

Widely regarded as the richest game in football, whichever team triumphs at Wembley and seals a place in the Premier League can look forward to future additional revenue of at least £160 million across the next three seasons, according to Deloitte.

Should Villa lose to Fulham on Saturday, the implications for the club could be massive. The final year of parachute payments would see...

 By AAP

Australia won't be fazed by a penalty shootout - Mile Jedinak

Mile Jedinak isn't concentrating on a penalty shootout despite the real prospect that Australia's World Cup hopes could be decided by spot kicks on Wednesday night.

A 0-0 result to mirror the deadlock in San Pedro Sula on Saturday will send Australia and Honduras to extra-time, and then possibly a shootout at ANZ Stadium in the second leg of their qualifying playoff.

But on the eve of the make-or-break clash, Jedinak wasn't overly interested about what may be 120 minutes into the distance.

"If I'm...

 By AAP

Mile Jedinak gets vital minutes at Aston Villa ahead of Honduras clash

For the first time since April, Socceroos skipper Mile Jedinak has managed two matches in a week, returning to action for club side Aston Villa.

Jedinak made another substitute appearance as Villa earned a 2-0 away win over Preston North End in the Championship.

Ange Postecoglou's crucial midfield man came on in the 67th minute, helping to ice a result that lifts Villa to fifth in the standings.

But more importantly for Australian fans, it shows Jedinak's preparedness to take the field in the Socceroos'...

 By AAP

Mile Jedinak, Jimmy Jeggo included in Australia squad to face Honduras

The FC panel caution Australia not to underestimate a gritty Honduras side in the intercontinental playoff.

Ange Postecoglou has named a 25-man squad that will seal Australia's World Cup qualifying fate, and with it his legacy as Socceroos coach.

Returning skipper Mile Jedinak headlines three inclusions for next month's World Cup qualifying playoff with Honduras.

The 33-year-old's weekend runout with club Aston Villa was enough to earn him a seat on the plane to Central America, the last away trip on the road to Russia.

Jedinak is joined by Jimmy Jeggo and Alex Gersbach in the squad, which has been extended...