goalkeeper Matthew RyanJoe plays for Copenhagen and belongs to Valencia and Real Sociedad among other teams, will captain the Aussies in the 2022 Qatar World Cup, which It will also include the Cadiz Player Ever Mabile.
Ryan, 30, and who has already played World Cups in Brazil 2014 and Russia 2018, leads the list of 26 called by ‘Socceros’ coach Graham Arnold, featuring players who will play their second final leg – Aziz Behich , Milos Degenek, Jackson Irwin, Jamie McLaren, Aaron Mooy and Bailey Wright – and Seventeen is to be released.
“It has been a unique and difficult qualifying phase and now We arrived in Qatar with an exciting team That he will do everything possible to make Australia proud on the world stage,” said Arnold, who added that “over the past four years, 32 players have made their national team debuts.”
“I want to thank all the players who have helped the team in this journey. We have called 68 players during the qualifying campaign And each one of them has played a key role in getting us here.”
Arnold said that “the composition of the team reflects Australia’s multicultural landscape. Our players come from all over the world, they all go different paths, but we are united by one jersey,” he said.
Australia will make their World Cup debut against France in QatarThe defending champions will face Tunisia on 22 November and then Tunisia on the 26th and Denmark on the 30th.
, goalkeeper: Matt Ryan (Copenhagen/DIN), Andrew Redmayne (Sydney FC), Danny Vukovic (Central Coast Mariners)
, stronghold: Milos Degenek (Columbus Crew/USA), Aziz Behich (Dundee United/ESC), Joel King (OB/DIN), Nathaniel Atkinson (Hearts/ESC), Kay Rolls (Hearts/ESC), Fran Karasik (Brescia/ITA) , Harrysouter (Stoke City)/ING), Bailey Wright (Sunderland/ING) and Thomas Deng (Albirex Niigata/JPN).
, Media: Aaron Mooy (Celtic/ESC), Jackson Irwin (St Paulie/GER), Ajdin Harstik (Greece Verona/ITA), Keanu Backus (St Mirren/ESC), Cameron Devlin (Hearts/ESC) and Riley McGree (Middlesbrough) / ing)
, strikerEver Mabil (Cadiz/ESP), Matthew Leckie (Melbourne City), Martin Boyle (Hibernian/ESC), Jamie McLaren (Melbourne City), Jason Cummings, Garang Kuol (Central Coast Mariners), Michelle Duke (Fagiano Okayama/JPN) and Craig Goodwin (Adelaide United).