Schwarzer won't give up No.1 spot easily

September 6, 2013
By Angela Habashy
Socceroos goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer certainly won't be relinquishing his No.1 spot easily, declaring he's in the form of his life heading into next year's World Cup.

And the veteran gloveman will have to be at the top of his game on Saturday (Sunday AEST) when the Socceroos face a rampant Brazilian side who score goals for fun.

Schwarzer, who turns 41 next month, is set to become the second oldest player at a World Cup (behind Cameroon's Roger Milla, aged 42 at the 1994 tournament) ...

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