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  1. Lucas Edward Neill (Sídney, 9 de marzo de 1978) es un exfutbolista australiano de origen norirlandés que jugaba de defensa, su último equipo fue el Watford Football Club de Inglaterra. Neill también fue el capitán de la selección nacional de fútbol de Australia , habiendo representado a su país desde 1996 y participado en la Copas ...

  2. › wiki › Lucas_NeillLucas Neill - Wikipedia

    Lucas Edward Neill (born 9 March 1978) is an Australian former soccer player. Neill played as a defender, often playing as a centre back as well as a full-back. Neill spent almost 15 years of his career playing in England.

  3. Nombre en país de origen: Lucas Edward Neill F. Nacim./Edad: 09/03/1978 (46) Lugar de nacimiento: Sydney Altura: 1,85 m Nacionalidad: Australia. Irlanda del Norte Posición: Defensa - Defensa central Pie: derecho Club actual: Retirado Fichado: 01/07/2014 Contrato hasta: - Redes sociales:

  4. 26 de nov. de 2023 · Former Socceroos captain Lucas Neill has avoided being jailed for up to three years, after a jury in the UK acquitted him following a seven-year bankruptcy battle. “I’ve won my freedom, but I feel like I’ve lost in life,” Neill said.

  5. Lucas Neill - Player profile | Transfermarkt. 1. Retired. Last club: Watford Most games for: Blackburn Retired since: Jul 1, 2014. picture-alliance. +. Date of birth/Age: Mar 9, 1978 (46) Place of birth: Sydney. Citizenship: Australia. Height: 1,85 m. Position: Centre-Back. Former International: Australia. Caps/Goals: 97 / 1. Player data.

  6. Check out the latest domestic and international stats, match logs, goals, height, weight and more for Lucas Neill playing for Australia men's national team, Blackburn Rovers FC and Galatasaray SK in the Premier League, Süper Lig and Asian Cup

  7. 30 de sept. de 2020 · Former Socceroos captain Lucas Neill appears to have ended his mysterious six-year exile from the game after resurfacing to take up an official role with Football Federation Australia. Lucas Neill (left), trailing new Matildas coach Tony Gustavsson and Australia's High Commissioner to the UK, George Brandis.