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Attacking Midfielder



Brett Holman, a former Aston Villa and Eredivisie player, is an award-winning attacking midfielder, with a distinguished career at both club and international level, who currently plays for Brisbane Roar in the Hyundai A-League.

Brett started his career in the old NSL, playing for Parramatta Power and from there subsequently moved to Holland to play in the Eredivisie where he had great success.

Brett signed with Feyenoord by the former Socceroos coach Bert Van Marwijk. Over a 10 year spell in the Eredivisie playing for four different clubs, Brett went on to win the Dutch Eredivisie title and the Dutch Super Cup.

Brett was the Australian Player of the Year in 2012. Brett finally moved to the Premier League in season 2012 when he signed for Aston Villa.

Outstanding career

Brett has enjoyed a distinguished international career to date, culminating in a starring role in the FIFA World Cup in 2010 where he scored two goals for Australia during the group stages.

Brett has won 63 caps for Australia including nine goals and has played 26 times for the Australian youth teams, scoring nine goals.

Clubs:  Brisbane RoaR, Emirates Club, Al Nasr,  aston villa, az alkmaar, NEC, Excelsior (loan), Feyenoord, Parramatta Power.

International Caps – 63 (9 goals)