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' much-celebrated victory over Bahrain in Wellington, their boarding pass to the 2010 Fifa World Cup finals, is the game Ivan Vicelich recalls most fondly from his long football career.

Another one springs to my mind. It was 1999 and Vicelich's Central United were pitted against the Cosmos - the Kings Arms Cosmos pub team - in the Chatham Cup at Kiwitea St in suburban Balmoral. These were rare days for the great names of football - from the hospitality industry that is. Before facing the might of the Kings Arms, Central United had crushed the Tuck Inn Coffee Shop.

If the memory isn't letting the side down, Vicelich came on in the second half, which seemed unfair on him and the Kings Arms, whose players had shirts which mainly fitted, a high percentage of matching shorts, and worked hard to shut down their more illustrious opponents through a mixture of latish man marking and waving their arms about. The score was only 9-0.


A few weeks later, All White Vicelich headed off to the Confederations Cup in Mexico where he shared the stage with names like Lothar Matthaeus, Alex, Emerson and Ronaldinho against Germany, Brazil and the United States, in front of crowds numbering up to 60,000. What a contrast, one symbolicof Vicelich's career. Having retired in 2008, he popped up as an unflappable veteran in a defensive midfield role above Ryan Nelsen when the All Whites scored three draws, including against 2006 champions Italy, at the World Cup in South Africa.

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Vicelich plays calm, but his career has been conducted at wildly fluctuating levels. This contributes to making it hard to define, especially in a country where rugby's rigid order dominates sports thinking. The most-capped All White has flown under the radar to a degree, partly because he is media awkward. Getting a flashy quote or any quote at all out of Vicelich is like trying to get the ball off him.

Wynton Rufer, Ryan Nelsen, Brian Turner and co are more readily remembered, yet considering the era he has played in, has New Zealand sport ever had a classier, more faithful servant than Vicelich in the way he has combined a stellar international and respected professional career with giving his best for so [url=http://www.womensoccers.com/women-adidas-f50-messi-c-5_7.html][b]Women Adidas F50 Messi[/b][/url] long to his Auckland clubs. There are nooks and crannies to explore all over the football world for a variety of paydays, but Vicelich returned for an extended twilight at home where football experiences little limelight.

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