Josh Brilliante has been forced to withdraw from the recently announced Qantas Young Socceroos squad due to injury.
Josh Brilliante (Newcastle Jets) has been forced to withdraw from the recently announced Qantas Young Socceroos squad due to injury.
Central Coast Mariners youngster Hayden Morton will replace Brilliante in the squad for the tournament in Vietnam.
Prior to the AFF U-19 tournament, the Qantas Young Socceroos will also play a friendly match against a combined Hong Kong U-21/U-19 National Team on Wednesday 29 August at Mongkok Stadium (Kick-Off 7.30pm local, 9:30pm AEST).
Qantas Young Socceroos Squad - AFF U19 Tournament 2012, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 2-8 September 2012
Terry Antonis, Sydney FC Jake Barker-Daish, Adelaide United Corey Brown, Brisbane Roar Reece Caira, Western Sydney Wanderers Connor Chapman, Newcastle Jets Mitch Cooper, Newcastle Jets Ryan Edwards, Reading FC, UK Ben Garuccio, AIS Jason Geria, Brisbane Roar Hagi Gligor, Sydney FC Paul Izzo (G/K), Adelaide United Jesse Makarounas, Perth Glory Hayden Morton, Central Coast Mariners Nick Munro (G/K), Croydon Kings, SA State League Luke O-Dea, Bentleigh Greens, Victorian Premier League Brandon O-Neill, Perth Glory Daniel Petkovski, FC Adam Taggart, Newcastle Jets Riley Woodcock, Perth Glory David Vrankovic, Melbourne Heart
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