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Leigh Michael Broxham (born 13 January 1988) is an Australian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Melbourne Victory in the A-League. As of May 2019, he currently holds the record for most appearances for Melbourne Victory, playing 354 times across multiple competitions. A natural defensive midfielder, Broxham can also play as an attacking midfielder, central midfielder, centre back, left back or right back. Broxham has made one appearance for Australia, a friendly draw with Singapore in 2008.

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  • Leigh Michael Broxham (born 13 January 1988) is an Australian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Melbourne Victory in the A-League. As of May 2019, he currently holds the record for most appearances for Melbourne Victory, playing 354 times across multiple competitions. A natural defensive midfielder, Broxham can also play as an attacking midfielder, central midfielder, centre back, left back or right back. Broxham has made one appearance for Australia, a friendly draw with Singapore in 2008.
  • Leigh Michael Broxham (born 13 January 1988) is an Australian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Melbourne Victory in the A-League. As of May 2019, he currently holds the record for most appearances for Melbourne Victory, playing 354 times across multiple competitions. A natural defensive midfielder, Broxham nicknamed 'Broxjajlovic', Lord Broxenbauer or simply 'The Brox' can also play as an attacking midfielder, central midfielder, centre back, left back or right back.Broxham was named captain of Melbourne Victory at the commencement of the 2021 A-League season.
  • Leigh Michael Broxham (born 13 January 1988) is an Australian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Melbourne Victory in the A-League. As of May 2019, he currently holds the record for most appearances for Melbourne Victory, playing 354 times across multiple competitions. A natural defensive midfielder, Broxham nicknamed 'Broxjajlovic', Lord Broxenbauer or simply 'The Brox' can also play as an attacking midfielder, central midfielder, centre back, left back or right back. Broxham was named captain of Melbourne Victory at the commencement of the 2021 A-League season.
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  • Leigh Michael Broxham (born 13 January 1988) is an Australian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Melbourne Victory in the A-League. As of May 2019, he currently holds the record for most appearances for Melbourne Victory, playing 354 times across multiple competitions. A natural defensive midfielder, Broxham can also play as an attacking midfielder, central midfielder, centre back, left back or right back. Born in Melbourne, Broxham played youth football at the Victorian Institute of Sport before making his professional debut in 2007 for Melbourne Victory, where he continued to play for over a decade and 250 appearances. Broxham has made one appearance for Australia, a friendly draw with Singapore in 2008.
  • Leigh Michael Broxham (born 13 January 1988) is an Australian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Melbourne Victory in the A-League. As of May 2019, he currently holds the record for most appearances for Melbourne Victory, playing 354 times across multiple competitions. A natural defensive midfielder, Broxham nicknamed 'Broxjajlovic', Lord Broxenbauer or simply 'The Brox' can also play as an attacking midfielder, central midfielder, centre back, left back or right back.Broxham was named captain of Melbourne Victory at the commencement of the 2021 A-League season. Born in Melbourne, Broxham played youth football at the Victorian Institute of Sport before making his professional debut in 2007 for Melbourne Victory, where he continued to play for over a decade and 300 appearances. Broxham has made one appearance for Australia, a friendly draw with Singapore in 2008.
  • Leigh Michael Broxham (born 13 January 1988) is an Australian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Melbourne Victory in the A-League. As of May 2019, he currently holds the record for most appearances for Melbourne Victory, playing 354 times across multiple competitions. A natural defensive midfielder, Broxham nicknamed 'Broxjajlovic', Lord Broxenbauer or simply 'The Brox' can also play as an attacking midfielder, central midfielder, centre back, left back or right back. Broxham was named captain of Melbourne Victory at the commencement of the 2021 A-League season. Born in Melbourne, Broxham played youth football at the Victorian Institute of Sport before making his professional debut in 2007 for Melbourne Victory, where he continued to play for over a decade and 300 appearances. Broxham has made one appearance for Australia, a friendly draw with Singapore in 2008.
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