- Associated Press - Tuesday, August 9, 2016

SYDNEY (AP) - Australia captain Mile Jedinak says he remains committed to Crystal Palace despite having lost the captaincy of the Premier League club.

Jedinak told Australia’s Fox Sports he was not aware of any moves by Palace management to list him for transer after appointing Scott Dann as captain, months after he led the club to the FA Cup final.

The Australian national team captain said “I’ve not been told otherwise by anybody and until then you remain committed. At this time of the season there’s a lot of speculation but I just remain true to myself and keep my head down and not remain muddled with anything.”

The 32-year-old Jedinak said he expected to keep a good working relationship with Palace manager Alan Pardew who made the captaincy call.


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