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|Trent Sainsbury being the son-in-law of Graham Arnold shouldn’t affect his chances of becoming the new captain of the Socceroos
| เล่น บอล DANIEL Garb, Simon Hill and Tom Smithies all believe Trent Sainsbury is the standout candidate to take over as Socceroos captain from Mile Jedinak. Although he’s the son-in-law of new boss Graham Arnold, Sainsbury is still understood to be the player most likely to take the armband from the 34-year-old Jedinak when he retires.
CONFIRMED: JETS ADD ‘ATTACKING FLAIR’ WITH BRAZILIAN IMPORT“One man who might be a Socceroos legend in years to come is Trent Sainsbury, now this is not a pertinent issue right now but it will be soon,” said Garb. “As we know, Graham Arnold has been pretty lukewarm on Mile Jedinak, he’s had a bit each way on Mile’s future and he might be there at the Asian Cup but not too far afterwards if he is in the UAE to defend Australia’s crown.
DONE DEAL: CITY SIGN FORMER SOCCEROOS KEEPER“Absolutely it is, Trent is certainly more qualified than anybody, you look through the spine of the team, is Aaron Mooy vocal enough? เล่น บอล Goalkeepers generally don’t get named captained because they’re stuck at one end of the pitch,” said Smithies “The candidates come down to fewer and fewer and he’s a leader, he’s consistently been one of the best players for a long time and he will be a Socceroo for a long time, so he’s a good long-term bet.
‘NO D***HEADS’: ROOS STAR’S ALL BLACKS COMPARISON“He’s obviously the outstanding candidate, but I do think that we’re all being as little bit quick to forcibly retire Mile Jedinak,” said Hill. “In terms of captaincy, Trent from the next generation is the obvious candidate เล่น บอล but I think we do make a little too much of the captaincy as well. “In football it’s a symbolic thing, it’s a nice thing isn’t it, but does it really have that depth of meaning? It probably does to the individual because it’s an honour to lead your country but in terms of leader on the pitch?