Socceroos Head Coach Holger Osieck has confirmed his final 23-player squad for the upcoming EAFF East Asian Cup tournament against Japan, China PR and Korea Republic.
At tonight-s official pre-match media conference, Socceroos Head Coach Holger Osieck confirmed his final 23-player squad for the upcoming EAFF East Asian Cup tournament against Japan, China PR and Korea Republic.
Striker Josh Kennedy was the only player to be omitted from the provisional list due to the fact that his club, Nagoya Grampus, failed to release him for the tournament. All other players named have arrived in Seoul and are available for selection.
The Socceroos will play their first match of the EAFF East Asian Cup against the host nation, the Korea Republic, on Saturday 20 July (kick-off 7:00pm local, 8:00pm AEST). Their second match of the tournament will be against Japan on Thursday 25 July (kick-off 8:00pm local, 9:00pm AEST) and the final match will be against China PR on Sunday 28 July (kick-off 5:15pm local, 6:15pm AEST).
All matches from the EAFF East Asian Cup will be broadcast live and exclusive on Fox Sports.
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