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Ex-Australia captain Lucas Neill declared bankrupt in the UK

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Lucas Neill played 96 times for Australia.

Former Australia captain and Premier League defender Lucas Neill is to be interviewed by administrators after being declared bankrupt in the UK, according to insolvency firm Begbies Traynor.

Neill, 38, who played for English clubs including Blackburn, Everton and West Ham, is reported to have earned around AUS$40 million from his career as a professional footballer.

He is also reported to have invested some of that money during his career into property in the United States as well as a football...

 By Jason Dasey

Luke Wilkshire names best Socceroos XI with Cahill and Viduka upfront

Wilkshire made his senior debut in 2004 in the OFC Nations Cup alongside the likes of Kevin Muscat, Ante Milicic and Tony Vidmar.

During his decade with the Socceroos, Luke Wilkshire served under six different head coaches, from Frank Farina in 2004 -- when he made his debut at the OFC Nations Cup -- to Ange Postecoglou in 2014 when he was unexpectedly cut from the World Cup squad at a pre-tournament camp in Brazil.

In between, he played for Graham Arnold, Pim Verbeek and Holger Osieck under captains that included Craig Moore, Mark Viduka, Lucas Neill and Mile Jedinak.

With 80 caps accumulated across two World Cups and two...

 By Jason Dasey

Harry Kewell names best Socceroos XI and leaves out Tim Cahill

Harry Kewell announced himself on the international stage in 1997 with his World Cup qualifying goal in Tehran.

Harry Kewell's best ever Socceroos XI includes his one-time Melbourne Victory interim coach Kevin Muscat but has no place for the nation's all-time leading scorer, Tim Cahill. 

None of the current Australian side -- reigning Asian champions -- are named, including captain Mile Jedinak, with the core of Kewell's selections coming from the nation's so-called Golden Generation, many of whom played in the English Premier League.

Another surprise selection is former Stoke and Wigan midfielder Josip...