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Mile Jedinak | Midfielder | #15

Team: Crystal Palace
Age / DOB:  (33) / 8/3/1984
Ht / Wt:  6'2" / 172

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Crystal Palace could be seriously undermanned to face Stoke City this weekend with the club on the verge of avoiding relegation.
Manager Alan Pardew could have to get creative with his team selection with Mile Jedinak doubtful with a knock and Yannick Bolasie struggling to overcome an illness this week. Meanwhile, Wilfried Zaha has already been ruled out for the weekend and potentially more after missing the last week. Bakary Sako and Joe Ledley will be itching for a return to the starting XI with three likely starters doubtful while the fate of Lee Chung-yong remains unknown after his disparaging comments about Pardew to South Korean media led to a fine. Thu, May 5, 2016 03:14:00 PM

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Crystal Palace captain Mile Jedinak is an early doubt for this weekends’ trip to West Ham after the Aussie midfielder injured his hamstring whilst on international duty.

Jedinak was replaced as a precaution during the 7-0 romp over Tajikistan on Thursday after feeling discomfort in his thigh. But despite the early optimism from coach Ange Postecoglou, Jedinak was not risked in the World Cup qualifier against Jordan on Tuesday having failed to train fully since last week. Following the loss of James McArthur to an ankle ligament injury, Jedinak has started every Premier League game and with the Scottish midfielder still around 2-3 weeks away his injury will come as a blow to Alan Pardew as Palace go in search of their first league win of 2016.
Tue, Mar 29, 2016 11:16:00 AM

Crystal Palace could see the return of two midfield veterans this weekend as Joe Ledley and Mile Jedinak are in contention to face Stoke City.

Jedinak missed the Week 16 win against Southampton on Saturday due to an ankle injury, which came just one week after making his first league start of the season. The return of Wilfried Zaha from a yellow-card suspension saw him replace Jedinak in the starting lineup. Meanwhile, Ledley has been cleared to return from injury after missing the last two weekends due to a knock. However, neither player are expected to start for the club if they return to action on Saturday.
Fri, Dec 18, 2015 01:06:00 AM

Mile Jedinak and Damien Delaney will miss Crystal Palace's Week 8 match against West Brom.

Mile Jedinak has a thigh injury and is not fit to play at the moment. Crystal Palace have fared pretty well without him so far this season and although he is expected to rejoin their starting lineup upon return, you should keep an eye out for his status going forward.
Fri, Oct 2, 2015 08:23:00 PM

Injuries are beginning to mount for Palace after Aussie international Mile Jedinak limped off minutes into the second half of Tuesdays' Capital One cup game with Shrewsbury.

"Mile has a little hamstring problem and definitely won't be involved at Chelsea," said Pardew. "It looks like he will be out for two-to-three weeks." Although his loss isn’t a major blow as the 31 year-old has only contributed 26 cumulative [PL] minutes so far this term. Yannick Bolasie will return after missing the win over Villa following the death of his father "He is dealing with his family – but he will be involved on Saturday, because he wants to be involved. He's in a good shape and frame of mind." Julian Speroni is making "good progress" and is targeting a return to training within 7-10 days while Connor Wickham is "hopeful" of recovering from a rib injury in time for the trip to SW6.
Thu, Aug 27, 2015 12:07:00 PM

Mile Jedinak returns to the Crystal Palace squad as they look to continue their remarkable form at Sunderland.

Palace captain Mile Jedinak is available following a four-game ban, and his return is timely with fellow midfielder Joe Ledley (hip) a doubt. This could mean the Aussie walks straight back in to the starting XI, although the likes of Wilfried Zaha and Jason Puncheon are better fantasy options at this stage. The Eagles are still without Marouane Chamakh, Fraizer Campbell and Jordon Mutch because of injury, so Glenn Murray will lead the line.
Source: BBC Sport
Fri, Apr 10, 2015 02:35:00 PM

Crystal Palace midfielder Mile Jedinak has accepted a Football Association charge of violent conduct after elbowing West Ham's Diafra Sakho.

Jedinak caught Hammers striker Sakho with an elbow near the end of Palace's 3-1 victory on Saturday but the incident was missed by the referee. The FA charged the midfielder retrospectively and he has accepted the charge. The Eagles say they are awaiting details of Jedinak's punishment, but it is widely expected that he will face a four games ban as this is his second red card offence of the season.
Source: BBC Sport
Tue, Mar 3, 2015 09:11:00 AM

Mile Jedinak has been charged by the FA for violent conduct for allegedly hitting Diafra Sakho last weekend.

The referee didn't see the incident but it was caught on camera and Jedinak was later charged by the FA. he has been given a four-match ban but he has the option to challenge the charge before 6 pm on Tuesday. Steer clear of Jedinak this week and be ready to find a replacement for four weeks if the charge stands. The ban is four matches instead of three because this would be his second red-card of the season.
Source: Sky Sports
Tue, Mar 3, 2015 12:32:00 AM

Alan Pardew will give Mile Jedinak every chance to prove his fitness to face Arsenal, but the Eagles skipper could fall a little short.

So Jedinak is a doubt, but James McArthur has recovered from a thigh injury and although he will make the squad a starting place is rated as "touch and go." Yaya Sanogo is ineligible under the terms of his loan agreement but is struggling anyhow with a hamstring strain and Shola Ameobi "has a chance." Striking duties could fall to Marouane Chamakh, Dwight Gayle and Fraizer Campbell in a three prong attack - Jonny Williams [groin] suffered a slight setback in training on Thursday [the full extent of which is still not known].
Fri, Feb 20, 2015 04:45:00 PM

Crystal Palace captain Mile Jedinak hopes to be back in action for the Premier League match with Arsenal this weekend.

Jedinak has been in superb for Palace this season but is yet to play under new manager Alan Pardew due to the Asian Cup and a subsequent ankle injury. However, the Australian has completed his recovery and is available for Saturday's London derby with Arsenal. The Eagles have been in excellent form despite missing their captain under Pardew, with 10 points gathered from five games, but we would still expect Jedinak to be restored to the starting line-up provided he is match fit.
Source: Sky Sports
Tue, Feb 17, 2015 07:25:00 AM

Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew confirmed that skipper Mile Jedinak is likely to miss the visit of Newcastle on Wednesday as the Australian international struggles to overcome an ankle injury.

Jedinak has recently returned from Asian Cup duty after leading his national side to triumph in an extra-time victory over Korea however the Aussie captain picked up an ankle problem during the early rounds of the tournament and although he was able to play his mobility was hampered. Palace will also check on the fitness of Scott Dann [head] and Marouane Chamakh [broken nose] ahead of GW25 but Jerome Thomas [knock] and Yannick Bolasie [AFCoN] are both expected to miss out.
Mon, Feb 9, 2015 09:00:00 AM

Crystal Palace skipper Mile Jedinak will not face Leicester City this weekend following his recent return from the Asian Cup.

Jedinak has been the Eagles' most important player this season but the club did well without him while he was busy winning the Asia Cup with Australia, so the midfielder will not be rushed back for this weekend. Expect to see him back in the line-up for the midweek clash with Newcastle.
Sat, Feb 7, 2015 05:17:00 AM

Mile Jedinak is off to join Australia in a pre-training camp ahead of the Asia Cup.

Jedinak is one of the best fantasy midfielders in the game and managers will surely have a tough time replacing him. His length of absence depends on how far Australia make it into the Cup, but he is set to miss at least a few games. You can drop him in the Yahoo! game until he returns, but he is certainly worth holding on in season-long fantasy games.
Wed, Dec 31, 2014 12:10:00 PM

Crystal Palace Football Club can today confirm that Neil Warnock has been relieved of his duties and is no longer first-team manager.

And so we have out first Premier League managerial casualty of the season. Warnock joined Crystal Palace for a second time in August 2014, following the departure of Tony Pulis, but won just three of his 16 Premier League games in his second spell in charge, giving a win percentage of 18.8%. The 3-1 home defeat to Southampton put the Eagles in to the relegation zone and forced the club to act before things got any worse. Assistant manager Keith Millen will be in charge for the trip to Queens Park Rangers on Sunday but it is understood that Palace will begin their search for a permanent successor immediately. Tim Sherwood is one of the early favourites to take the role, with Pulis himself also mentioned, although the latter seems extremely unlikely.
Sat, Dec 27, 2014 07:18:00 AM

Mile Jedinak continues to be a source for goals as he converted a penalty that would put Crystal Palace level with Swansea City and the two sides would eventually finish 1-1.

Make that five goals in the last nine contests for Jedinak. After a dazzling free kick last weekend, he delivered a professional penalty kick after Marouane Chamakh was brought down by Kyle Bartley in Swansea's box. Their striker, Dwight Gayle, had to be subbed off due to injury early on, and with not much production from the Eagles' wide attacking players lately, the pressure fell on Jedinak to contribute yet again, and he did. His price will continue to soar in the Yahoo game after this performance. He contributes in other stats so he always offers something to investors, but this hot streak has caused his price to outweigh his value and unless you already owned him, you may have missed the boat. In other leagues where he is still a budget option, he is worth having as an excellent fourth or fifth midfielder. Despite the quick turnaround match this Tuesday, expect his name to be the first on Neil Warnock's team sheet.
Source: NBC Sports
Sat, Nov 29, 2014 12:09:00 PM