When the Qantas Socceroos take on Lebanon, Mark Schwarzer could become the first Australian player to earn 100 caps in A internationals - and now's your chance to ask him anything.
When the Qantas Socceroos take on Lebanon in Beirut early on Friday morning, there is a very good chance that goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer will become the first Australian player to earn 100 caps in A internationals.
There-s not much we need to say about Schwarzy - the man-s a legend, on and off the field, and arguably the most consistent Australian football export ever.
He-s been the first name of the Qantas Socceroos team sheet for more than a decade, played at two FIFA World Cup finals - hopefully a third - and has been involved in so many memorable Qantas Socceroos moments it-s hard to single out just one.
But now-s your chance. To celebrate Mark Schwarzer-s 100th cap, we-re letting the fans find out anything they want about Australia-s No.1.
Post your question to Mark Schwarzer in the comments below and we-ll put the best ones to him ahead of the Qantas Socceroos friendly against Lebanon.
It might be about that shoot-out against Uruguay, facing Brazil at the World Cup how what he does to get through so many long flights to play for his country? Who was his best coach? What was his toughest game? Toughest opponent? It-s your call - ask Schwarzer and we-ll find out from the big man himself.
The Qantas Socceroos face Lebanon in an international friendly at Saida Municipal Stadium, Saida, at 8.30pm local time (3.30am AEST, Friday, 7 September).
Following that, the Qantas Socceroos resume their FIFA World Cup qualification campaign against Jordan in Amman, at 7pm on Tuesday, 11 September (2am AEST, Wednesday, 12 September).
The Qantas Socceroos return to Australia in 2013, for the FIFA World Cup qualifier against Oman at Sydney-s Stadium Australia at 7.30pm, Tuesday, 26 March, followed by Iraq, at 7.30pm on Tuesday, 18 June.
Tickets for both matches at Stadium Australia are on sale now through Ticketek or via phone, 132 849.