Aurelio Vidmar ( aw-REEL-ee-oh VID-mar; born 3 February 1967 in Adelaide) is an Australian football coach and former player. He is a former captain of the Australian national team and former coach of the Olyroos. In recognition of decorated national team career, and his service to Adelaide United, the southern end of Hindmarsh Stadium is named the Vidmar End.

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  • Aurelio Vidmar ( aw-REEL-ee-oh VID-mar; born 3 February 1967 in Adelaide) is an Australian football coach and former player. He is a former captain of the Australian national team and former coach of the Olyroos. In recognition of decorated national team career, and his service to Adelaide United, the southern end of Hindmarsh Stadium is named the Vidmar End. (en)
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  • Aurelio Vidmar ( aw-REEL-ee-oh VID-mar; born 3 February 1967 in Adelaide) is an Australian football coach and former player. He is a former captain of the Australian national team and former coach of the Olyroos. In recognition of decorated national team career, and his service to Adelaide United, the southern end of Hindmarsh Stadium is named the Vidmar End. (en)
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