Mile Jedinak will not be available for the match against Aston Villa on New Year’s Day as he has now departed for the Asian Cup in Australia starting on January 9th 2015.
January 2015.stThe Australia captain has been called to report for a pre-training camp in Melbourne for a tournament that will not be completed until the 31
Jedinak is looking forward to the competition and as host country go into the event as one of the favourites.
“You play every three or four days which will be testing so you’ll need your whole squad, and looking around I’d like to think that that we’ll be right up there.
“I don’t want to get ahead of myself but it would mean an awful lot to win; I’d rank it right up there as one of my career highlights. Day by day, game by game, we’ll just see if we can and if we get there I know it will be a special achievement.”
January in the opening game against Kuwait, and then take on Oman four days later.thAustralia kick-off their campaign on 9
While he is away he will be keeping a check on progress in SE25 as everyone works hard to climb the table over a busy period of fixtures in the opening month of 2015.
“It’s a difficult time to be going away with recent results meaning we have dropped into the bottom three. I know the management and squad will work together so that we start making a step in the right direction.
“The fans were superb at QPR on Sunday and I know they will keep showing the same level of support and as a club we need to stay positive and strong.
“I will be keeping a close check on what is happening obviously but can I ask all Palace fans to stick in there and just give the lads your absolute backing to get us back to winning ways.”