Australian Socceroos Squad for the 2018 World Cup

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This is the provisional Socceroos Squad of 32 for the 2018 World Cup with details of the club they regularly play for.

Name Club, Country
Daniel ARZANI Melbourne City FC, AUSTRALIA
Aziz BEHICH Bursaspor, TURKEY
Joshua BRILLANTE Sydney FC, AUSTRALIA
Tim Cahill Millwall FC, ENGLAND
Milos DEGENEK Yokohama F. Marinos, JAPAN
Alex GERSBACH Racing Club de Lens, FRANCE
Apostolos GIANNOU AEK Larnaca, CYPRUS
Jackson IRVINE Hull City AFC, ENGLAND
Mile JEDINAK Aston Villa FC, ENGLAND
Brad JONES (Gk) Feyenoord Rotterdam, NETHERLANDS
Tomi JURIC FC Luzern, SWITZERLAND
Matthew JURMAN Suwon Samsung Bluewings, KOREA REPUBLIC
Fran KARACIC NK Lokomotiva, CROATIA
Robbie KRUSE VfL Bochum, GERMANY
Mitchell LANGERAK (Gk) Nagoya Grampus, JAPAN
Mathew LECKIE Hertha BSC, GERMANY
Massimo LUONGO Queens Park Rangers FC, ENGLAND
Jamie MACLAREN Hibernian FC, SCOTLAND
James MEREDITH Millwall FC, ENGLAND
Mark MILLIGAN Al Ahli SC, SAUDI ARABIA
Aaron MOOY Huddersfield Town AFC, ENGLAND
Andrew NABBOUT Urawa Red Diamonds, JAPAN
Dimitri PETRATOS Newcastle Jets, AUSTRALIA
Josh RISDON Western Sydney Wanderers FC, AUSTRALIA
Tom ROGIC Celtic FC, SCOTLAND
Nikita RUKAVYTSYA Maccabi Haifa FC, ISRAEL
Mathew RYAN (Gk) Brighton & Hove Albion FC, ENGLAND
Trent SAINSBURY Grasshopper Club Zurich, SWITZERLAND
Aleksandar SUSNJAR FK Mlada Boleslav, CZECH REPUBLIC
James TROISI Melbourne Victory, AUSTRALIA
Daniel VUKOVIC (Gk) KRC Genk, BELGIUM
Bailey WRIGHT Bristol City FC, ENGLAND

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