Mile Jedinak was born in Australia on August 3rd, 1984.
He was a Defensive midfielder.
In his Youth career he played for Sydney United.
His Senior career was full of hurdles he had to overcome.
Jedinak played for Sydney United who loaned him out twice.
He then joined the Central Coast Mariners and moved on from them to Gençlerbirliği who loaned him out.
After that he made a break through playing for Crystal Palace and finishing his playing career at Aston Villa.
Mile Jedinak- Former Footballer (Nitty Gritty)
“I was a young boy from Western Australia with a dream to play professional football.”- Mile Jedinak
“As a young boy growing up it was my dream to play for Australia and to pull on the famous green and gold shirt to represent my country. To have been given the opportunity to not only fulfill that dream, but to have done it 79 times, and many of which as captain, make incredibly proud and thankful.”- Mile Jedinak
Mile Jedinak- Former Footballer (What set him apart)
“It’s a massive step up, from working in an office to playing in the Premier League.”- Mile Jedinak
“The feeling of captaining our country to Asian Cup glory in 2015, and to have been able to contribute to achieving success for Australia, will stay with me forever.”- Mile Jedinak
“I’d like to offer my knowledge and experience. Hopefully, that will put the club in a better place. It’s no guarantee but I’ve done well in the past and I’m determined to keep doing that.”- Mile Jedinak
Mile Jedinak- Former Footballer (Final Thoughts)
“I do remember those days really well, when I was working at my uncle’s office in Sydney. I never thought about the future to be honest, it was all about getting work done and my head was focused on the Mariners.”- Mile Jedinak
Jedinak retired from football in July, 2020.
“After much deliberation I have made the decision to retire from playing international football.”- Mile Jedinak
“I want to thank all the clubs I represented for allowing me the opportunity to do so.”- Mile Jedinak