Kewelldan haber var. The Australian gazetesinden:
''HURTING Socceroos star Harry Kewell has set his sights on playing at a third World Cup after copping a one-match ban that threatens to end his tournament in South Africa.
Prompted by what he considers unfinished business, Kewell is likely to aim at Brazil 2014 if, as all but the most rampant optimists expect, Australia is eliminated from the 2010 tournament on Thursday morning.
The Socceroos must beat Serbia to have any chance of progressing to the final 16 after collecting just a single point from their opening two Group games against Germany and Ghana.
Even then, the result of the Ghana versus Germany game must go also Australia's way for the suspended Kewell to return for the round of 16.
If the guillotine falls, Kewell will ask his notoriously brittle body to withstand four more years of battle fatigue.
"I'm obviously totally focused on the boys getting through the group at this World Cup because things can still go our way," the disappointed striker said.
"I don't want to think about anything else right now but when you look ahead, I like to think that I would be in the right physical condition and still have the hunger to compete at another World Cup.
"If you're right physically and mentally, then why not? It's the biggest stage and footballers love the big occasions.
"I would be 35 by the time it rolls around but I am not ruling anything out.
"Things didn't go my way in Germany four years ago (when an infected toe rubbed Kewell out of Australia's round of 16 loss to eventual champion Italy) and I'd love to finish a World Cup.
"Here I've had a setback with the sending off against Ghana.
"Missing the game against Serbia is gutting for me, especially because I still feel the decision to give the spot kick and, of course, the red card were pretty tough on me and the team."
Kewell's world tumbled when he was sent off for a handball call by referee Roberto Rosetti that was roundly condemned by his teammates - and Kewell himself - as plain wrong.
Under FIFA rules, Rosetti, having given the penalty, had no choice but to send off Kewell just 25 minutes into his first outing at the World Cup following his mysterious omission against Germany as he shrugged off his long-term groin injury..
There is a push on for the rule to be changed, all of which is scant comfort to Kewell, who is also agonising over his club future as his agent, Bernie Mandic, seeks to seal a new two-year deal for the former Leeds and Liverpool attacking weapon at Turkish Super Lig giant Galatasaray.
Coach Frank Rijkaard was looking for Kewell to prove his fitness in South Africa and while he shimmered briefly against Ghana, his untimely exit left more questions than answers.
However, Mandic insists that Kewell, who is out of contract at the end of the month, will not be left without a club.
"Ideally, he wants a two-year extension at Galatasaray and, at this stage. he has a one-year deal on the table," Mandic said.
"He is comfortable there. It's a great club and he feels he has done enough to warrant a two-year extension.
"If that is not to be, there is plenty of interest from clubs across Europe and we are considering all options.
"People might be surprised at the calibre of some of the those clubs.
"The big thing for Harry is to prove his fitness and although he only played 25 minutes against Ghana, I think he showed in that time that he is fully fit."
Despite being felled by a groin injury in late December, Kewell has made his mark in two years in Turkey, scoring a remarkable 27 goals in 63 games for Gala, with 14 of those coming in 27 games last season.
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