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Mile Jedinak | Midfielder

Team: Crystal Palace
Age / DOB:  (30) / 8/3/1984
Ht / Wt:  6'2" / 172

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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. Dec 27 - 7:18 AM


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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
Nov 29 - 12:09 PM

Mile Jedinak was on the score-sheet once again as Crystal Palace came from behind to shock Liverpool at Selhurst Park.

This was another captain's performances from Jedinak as he dominated the midfield with two tackles won and five interceptions, before capping the display with a glorious free-kick to seal the points. The Australian now has four goals this season and has taken on penalty duty, so this attacking production combined with his consistently excellent defensive contributions makes him one of the most valuable midfielders in the Yahoo fantasy game.
Nov 25 - 8:52 AM

Crystal Palace captain Mile Jedinak was sent off as his side lost 3-1 at home to Sunderland.

Two stupid yellow cards for Jedinak summed up a bad night for Palace, who were deservedly beaten by a spirited Sunderland performance. To make matters worse, Neil Warnock will now be without his suspended captain for the trip to Manchester United this weekend.
Source: BBC Sport
Nov 3 - 5:20 PM

Crystal Palace midfielder Mile Jedinak can continue his fine form as his side face Sunderland at home in Week 10.

Jedinak has officially taken over penalty duty from Jason Puncheon, so when you combine that with his already-excellent fantasy productivity from a variety of defensive contributions, the Crystal Palace captain really has become one of the most effective midfielders in the Yahoo fantasy game. A home match against struggling Sunderland will provide the Australian with the opportunity of another double-digit return,
Oct 31 - 5:22 AM

Mile Jedinak converted a penalty in Crystal Palace's 2-2 draw against West Brom.

Jedinak continues to be in the middle of Crystal Palace's success and finished this week with nine Yahoo! fantasy points after a huge stat sheet performance that featured many positive and negative contributions. He also committed a penalty, which resulted in Palace dropping two points after Saido Berahino converted it in the 93rd minute. Jedinak is a solid fantasy option and provides very consistent production, making him a good buy in most fantasy formats.
Oct 25 - 2:18 PM

Crystal Palace beat Leicester City 2-0 at Selhurst Park.

Two goals in the space of three minutes at the start of the second half were enough to give the Eagles their first home win of the season by beating Leicester. Fraizer Campbell opened the scoring with an instinctive finish before ever-reliable captain Mile Jedinak headed in a Jason Puncheon free-kick. Palace were good value for the win and continue their good start under Neil Warnock.
Source: BBC Sport
Sep 27 - 12:02 PM

Mile Jedinak continued his superb fantasy form as Crystal Palace picked up their first win of the season at Everton.

Jedinak is once again proving a terrific performer in the Yahoo fantasy game, sitting in the top five of point scoring midfielders so far. Sunday saw the Palace captain pick up a further 19 fantasy points thanks to a penalty, combined with two blocks, five interceptions and three tackles won. As we've repeatedly mentioned, the Australian is essentially fixture proof, putting up points home and away, no matter the opponent.
Sep 22 - 5:33 AM

Mile Jedinak was one of the star performers in last season's Yahoo fantasy game and he continued that form against Arsenal on Saturday.

Jedinak picks up very few points for attacking contributions, but it doesn't matter when you're as productive on the defensive side. Last season was all about the tackles, interceptions and blocks, and Saturday was no different. The Australian captain intercepted five passes, won six tackles, blocked a shot and returned a very handy 13 fantasy points in the Yahoo game. If this form continues he'll remain an excellent pick, no matter the opponent.
Aug 18 - 3:50 AM

Australia Starting XI: Ryan, McGowan, Davidson, Spiranovic, Wilkinson, Oar, Bozanic, Jedinak, McKay, Leckie, Taggart.

Mile Jedinak starts in a meaningless game for Australia as both teams have already been eliminated from the next round.
Source: Squawka
Jun 23 - 11:00 AM

Australia starting XI: Ryan, McGowan, Wilkinson, Spiranovic, Davidson, Jedinak, McKay, Leckie, Bresciano, Oar, Cahill.

Mile Jedinak will lead Australia vs the Netherlands in hopes of turning their fortune and winning at least a point at this World Cup. They face two very tough teams in the Netherlands and later this week - Spain.
Source: Yahoo
Jun 18 - 11:56 AM

Australia XI: Ryan, Franjic, Davidson, Cahill, Milligan, Spiranovic, Leckie, Oar, Jedinak (c), Wilkinson, Bresciano

Jedinak captains the Socceroos as the lowest ranked country in the tournament looks for the upset against Chile
Jun 13 - 5:09 PM

Mile Jedinak converted a penalty drawn by Cameron Jerome for the only goal in Crystal Palace's 1-0 win against West Ham United at the Boleyn Ground.

Crystal Palace have been a very strong team since Tony Pulis took over the club. Today's win, fueled by Mile Jedinak's penalty goal took the club to 43 points for the season and officially safe from relegation with three matches remaining. The goal also underscored Jedinak's impressive fantasy debut season. Jedinak has been a "phantom point" monster all season piling up tackles, passes intercepted and blocked shots to soar up the ranks of fantasy midfielders. Adding goals to his methods of scoring fantasy points would make for an extremely impressive fantasy option next season indeed.
Apr 19 - 11:54 AM

Crystal Palace captain Mile Jedinak has praised the impact of Tony Pulis since his appointment as manager last month.

The Eagles have won two of their three matches under former Stoke boss Pulis and has the players and fans believing that survival is a real possibility. Australia international Jedinak has also been key to the revival and has played every minute so far of Palace's Premier League campaign, producing surprisingly consistent fantasy points in the process.
Source: BBC Sport
Tue, Dec 10, 2013 08:24:00 AM

Crystal Palace captain Mile Jedinak has agreed a new three-and-a-half year deal with the Premier League side.

Jedinak was outstanding in Palace's promotion campaign and has been their best performer in the opening thirteen games of this season. The defensive midfielder will be key to any hopes Tony Pulis has of keeping the Eagles up - or to get them back up if they are relegated - so tying him to a long deal is great news.
Source: Sky Sports
Mon, Dec 2, 2013 08:44:00 AM