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 By Jason Dasey

Australia's Pirlo gears up for Asian Cup and dreams of a fairytale farewell

Veteran midfielder and former Serie A star Mark Bresciano is Australia's answer to Andrea Pirlo. The duo battle for possession in a Round of 16 match at the 2006 World Cup.

It would be the perfect international swansong for Mark Bresciano and Australia to appear in the AFC Asian Cup final in Sydney on Jan. 31.

While the former Serie A star hasn't made any official announcement, he has hinted that the regional tournament will be his last competitive action in a Socceroo shirt. He will turn 35 less than two weeks after the end of the Asian Cup.

"It (the Asian Cup) would be the perfect place (to retire)," Bresciano told Fox Sports Australia in October. "Obviously if we...

Arsenal, Man City want Australian youngster Daniel De Silva - sources

ESPN FC's John Wilkinson and Jason Dasey preview Week 12 in the Hyundai A-League, as Perth Glory aim for four consecutive wins when they face Melbourne City.

Arsenal and Manchester City are keen on Australian youngster Daniel De Silva, sources have told ESPN FC.

De Silva, 17, is regarded as one of the best young players to have ever emerged from Australia and has attracted the interest of most of Europe's top clubs.

Roma have agreed a deal with Perth Glory to sign De Silva next year, though the Gunners and Premier League champions City have been keeping tabs on the attacking midfielder's progress and are looking to see if they can hijack the deal and...

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Forgotten man Nathan Burns selected in Australia squad for Asian Cup

Wellington Phoenix forward Nathan Burns has been included in the 23-man Socceroos squad for the AFC Asian Cup on Australian soil.

The A-League's top scorer Nathan Burns has forced his way into the final 23-man squad of host nation Australia for next month's AFC Asian Cup.

The Wellington Phoenix attacker is one of seven players from Australia's domestic competition to make the cut. But there is no place for the Melbourne City pair of Aaron Mooy and Josh Kennedy, Western Sydney's Nikita Rukavytsya or Perth Glory teenager Daniel De Silva.

As expected, veterans Tim Cahill and Mark Bresciano -- who have appeared in three consecutive...

Socceroos captain Mile Jedinak is AFC's International Player of Year

Mile Jedinak and Australia were unable to earn a result against Andres Iniesta and Spain in their World Cup finale.
Midfielder Mile Jedinak captained Australia in all three matches at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

Australian and Crystal Palace captain Mile Jedinak was named International Player of the Year at the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) awards in Manila on Sunday evening, following in the footsteps of previous winners Shinji Kagawa and Yuto Nagatomo.

The award, introduced in 2012, recognises AFC players who have excelled on the international stage and in Europe's top leagues.

Jedinak scored a goal for the Socceroos during their 3-2 defeat to Netherlands in the group stages of the 2014 World Cup...

Mile Jedinak and Adam Federici pay touching tribute to Phil Hughes

Sometimes things are just more important than sport. Australian cricketer Phil Hughes tragically died this week after being hit by a ball while batting and his fellow countrymen in football paid their tributes to him on Saturday.

The "#putoutyourbats" campaign swept Twitter on Friday and Crystal Palace midfielder (and Australia captain) Mile Jedinak left a touching tribute before the match with Swansea, while Reading's Australian goalkeeper Adam Federici left his bat in the goal.