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Topic - Lucas Neill
Crystal Palace midfielder Mile Jedinak will lead Australia at the World Cup after getting the nod over Tim Cahill to replace long-term captain Lucas Neill.
Long-time skipper Lucas Neill has been told he's not part of Australia's plans for the World Cup.
Long-time captain Lucas Neill has been told he will not be on Australia's World Cup roster.
Australia captain Lucas Neill has been overlooked for a friendly next week against Ecuador as coach Ange Postecoglou looks to audition new faces ahead of the World Cup.
Former Blackburn Rovers captain Brett Emerton is retiring from football, leaving the sport as Australia's third most-capped player.
"I informed him that he hasn't made the 30, from my perspective paying due respect to the fact that he's been the captain for six years and the captain of the World Cup campaign so far," he said. "It was difficult, he's worked damn hard to get himself ready and available; he's shown an enormous determination to go to this World Cup."
"Sorry, it wasn't pretty," Australia captain Lucas Neill said. "But we've beaten what was in front of us and pushed ourselves on to a very exciting tournament."