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Graham Arnold has revealed the list of twenty-six players who will play a double tie, at home, against Ecuador. A composition with long-awaited relief and a seventeen-year-old guest.

the soccerros He will return to Australia for the first time since their historic World Cup exploits, when they hostEcuador au Company Stadium From Sydney on Friday 24 March and at Marvel Stadium Melbourne on Tuesday, March 28 in a two-game series named welcome home.

The Australian public will find the champion of hearts for their nation during the World Cup’s historic run (Argentina were knocked out 2-1), and will therefore be able to congratulate the entire group present in Doha for having achieved this feat with new internationals in to become.

Martin Boyle, Ajden Hrustić, Jamie McClaren and Matthew Leckie are unavailable for the two-match series due to injuries, while goalkeeper Danny Vukovic recently announced his retirement from international duty. Desired or faltering absences provide opportunities for another generation as Vukovic demanded in announcing the end of his career: It’s time to make room Graham Arnold hires four new names with the national team, three of whom play in the Australian championship: Jordan Buss (twenty years old) and Aidan O’Neill (twenty-four years old) from Melbourne City Then Joe Gucci (twenty-two) goalkeeper in Adelaide United. Arnold managed to get his hands on Alexander Robertson (nineteen years old), the midfielder Manchester city. Robertson has many passports thanks to his family ties: Peruvian mother, Australian father – Mark Robertson played forAustralia (2001), also Alexander’s Grandfather (1984) – Born in Scotland and has an English passport, his country of residence. It is a blessing to have a player of this caliber and potential soccerros In search of renewal as well as playing among the English youth as an Australian during his teens.

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This two-game series will also be a test for soccerros Ahead of the start of the qualifiers for the 2026 FIFA World Cup next November and the AFC Asian Cup 2023 to be held in Qatar early 2024 (dates to be officially confirmed by the AFC). Green and gold will also be able to find their audience for ” Celebrating with the fans the team’s achievements during the Qatar World Cup Arnold loved to explain.

The biggest surprise on this list was the summoning of seventeen-year-old Nestor Irankunda, a forward fromAdelaide United and international under-17 players who will join the training camp to train with the team and get to know the senior national team environment. Irankunda, author of A Season to Shine With redsconfirms the hopes placed on him and gives more credit to this young Australian generation full of talent.

the list






























player

club (paid)

selections

Nathaniel Atkinson

Hearts (Scotland)

6

Keanu Backus

Saint Mirren (Scotland)

5

Aziz Behich

Dundee United (Scotland)

57

Brandon Borello

Western Sydney Wanderers (Australia)

4

Jordan Boss

Melbourne City (Australia)

0

Jason Cummings

Central Coast Mariners (Australia)

2

Milos Degenek

Columbus Crew (USA)

42

Thomas Ding

Albirex Niigata (Japan)

2

Cameron Devlin

Hearts (Scotland)

1

Mitchell Duke

Pheasant Okayama (Japan)

25

Joe Gauci

Adelaide United (Australia)

0

Craig Goodwin

Adelaide United (Australia)

14

Jackson Irvin

St. Pauli (Germany)

53

Garang Cole

Harz (Germany)

3

Aware Mabel

Sparta Prague (Czech Republic)

31

Riley McGarry

Middlesbrough (Angleter)

15

Connor Metcalfe

St. Pauli (Germany)

5

Aaron Moy

Celtic (Scotland)

57

Aidan O’Neill

Melbourne City (Australia)

0

Andrew Redmayne

Sydney FC (Australia)

4

Alexander Robertson

Manchester City (Angleter)

0

K Rowleys

Hearts (Scotland)

7

Matthew Ryan

AZ Alkmaar (Pales-Bas)

79

Harry Soutar

Leicester City (Angleterre)

14

Marcus Teleo

Melbourne City (Australia)

5

Billy Wright

Rotherham United (Angleter)

28

Antoine Blanchett Querin

Antoine Blanchett Querin

Australian, New Zealand and Oceania football correspondent for Opposite Lucarne.


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