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Mile Jedinak

30-Year-Old Midfielder     Crystal Palace  Premier


STATUS:  Suspended    EST. RETURN:  4/11/2015
Birthdate:  August 3, 1984    Birthplace:  Sydney, Australia
Nationality:  Australia    Height:  6' 2"    Weight:  172 lbs    

March 3, 2015    Mile Jedinak News

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Jedinak accepted a charge of violent conduct and has been banned for four games, according to the official club website.

Jedinak will be missing Tuesday against Southampton before also sitting out the home games against QPR and Manchester City plus the visit to Stoke City. Joe Ledley or James McArthur are more than able replacements for the Palace skipper as part of a potent midfield that counts Jason Puncheon, Yannick Bolasie and Wilfried Zaha among its attacking threats.

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Mile Jedinak: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

March 2, 2015

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Jedinak was officially charged by the FA on Tuesday for violent conduct after elbowing West Ham's Diafra Sakho in last Saturday's match. Jedinak has until Tuesday evening to appeal the charge, which will come with a four-game ban.

Jedinak was just getting his feet back under him after suffering an ankle injury during the Asian Cup, and he is facing a four-match ban because he's already been sent off this season. Joe Ledley or James McArthur could replace him in a powerful midfield with plenty of attacking options including Jason Puncheon, Wilfried Zaha and Yannick Bolasie.

March 2, 2015

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Jedinak is expected to be charged with violent conduct by the FA following an elbow on Diafra Sakho, reports the Daily Mail.

If the charge is upheld the midfielder could suffer a four-match ban due to the incident being his second red card offense of the season.

February 21, 2015

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Jedinak (ankle) is on the bench for Saturday's match against Arsenal.

Jedinak has not appeared for Palace since Dec. 28 against QPR due both to the Asian Cup and the ankle injury he picked up at the tournament. He isnít likely to make a big impact as a sub, but he could return to the starting XI on Feb. 28 against West Ham.

February 20, 2015

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Jedinak (ankle) said he has returned to training and could feature Saturday against Arsenal.

Jedinak suffered the injury while playing in the Asian Cup, and he hasn't made an appearance for Palace since Dec. 28 against QPR. He's got an impressive five goals and two assists in 18 appearances this season, with lots of his production coming on set pieces.

February 5, 2015

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Jedinak (ankle) won't play Saturday against Leicester City due to an injury picked up at the Asian Cup, according to the Croydon Advertiser.

Jedinak has not played for over a month after he captained Australia to Asia Cup glory last weekend. The 30-year-old already has five goals and two assists this season and could return Wednesday against Newcastle.

January 12, 2015

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Jedinak could miss the rest of the AFC Asian Cup after suffering an ankle injury Friday against Kuwait, reports.

Jedinak reportedly suffered the injury in the first half and actually went on a scored a penalty during the second half, but he will not play Tuesday against Oman, and Australia coach Ange Potecoglou said he is "not certain" if Jedinak will play Saturday against South Korea in the final group stage match.

December 30, 2014

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Jedinak will not be available for over a month after departing for the Asian Cup in his native Australia, according to the official club website.

Jedinak captains the hosts who get their campaign underway against Kuwait on Jan. 9. The tournament doesn't finish until Jan. 31, meaning the Palace captain could miss as many as four league games. Jedinak has been Palace's most potent attacking force this season by contributing five goals and two assists.