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Mark Bresciano has never watched a replay of Australia’s most historic football triumph, and he wants to keep that special moment safely locked in his heart for a while longer yet.

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On Wednesday November 16 2005, the Socceroos qualified for the FIFA World Cup for the first time in 32-years.

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Marco Bresciano, up there with the most technically gifted Australians to pull on a Socceroos jersey, has recently announced his international retirement, less than a month after winning the Asian Cup.

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I woke to the muffled sounds of an irritating phone alarm on Wednesday, totally oblivious to the significant news around Australian football that would evolve throughout the day.

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Brilliant, humble, a team player. Mark Bresicano has called time on his international football career and will be remembered as one of the Australia’s greatest footballers.

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FFA chief David Gallop hopes Mark Bresciano will finish his career in the A-League after the midfielder announced his retirement from international football.

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Mark Bresciano indicated he won’t finish his career in the A-League with the former Socceroos midfielder admitting he’d be reluctant to play on when he’s past his best.

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Mark Bresciano has announced his retirement from international football, with the 35-year-old calling his Socceroos career to an end after 84 appearances and 13 goals in green and gold.

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He’s overtaken Mark Bresciano in the Socceroos’ pecking order but rising star Massimo Luongo doesn’t see the veteran as his direct competitor.

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With captain Mile Jedinak ruled out of the Socceroos next AFC Asian Cup clash against Oman, coach Ange Postecoglou has a decision to make as to whoo to replace him with in the starting side, and what role they’ll play.

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Australia will find defensive Asian rivals tougher to crack than the attacking juggernauts they met at the World Cup, warns Socceroos stalwart Mark Bresciano.

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Then there were two. As much of the Socceroos’ ‘Golden Generation’ settles into the history books, Tim Cahill and Mark Bresciano continue to force new entries.

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Socceroos stalwart Mark Bresciano could end his decorated international career after the Asian Cup.

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Ageing playmaker Mark Bresciano has been summoned into the Socceroos squad in the clearest signal yet he wants to extend his career into next year’s Asian Cup.

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That’s the end of the world. But what about Asia? Australian soccer will take a stronger squad into the Asian Cup on home soil in January, on a couple of provisos: Tim Cahill and Mark Bresciano.

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Veteran playmaker Mark Bresciano may have played his last World Cup game after being taken off injured in Australia’s 3-2 loss to the Netherlands.

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Mark Bresciano never dreamt of Australia competing at a World Cup. “I was born in the 1980s and Australia was never in the World Cup, so I couldn’t even have that dream,” he says.

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Midfield maestro Mark Bresciano has declared he’s ready to play with pain and see out the full 90 minutes when the Socceroos open their World Cup campaign against Chile.

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He produced one of the greatest moments in Australian football history, now Mark Bresciano wants to shock the world with another in Brazil.

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Socceroos midfielder Mark Bresciano admits he’s not in the best condition but he still hopes to get some valuable game time when Australia face Ecuador next month.

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