Subway Socceroos Squad Update – March FIFA Men's International Window

Subway Socceroos, Jordan Bos and Riley McGree have been ruled out of Australia’s second World Cup Qualifier against Lebanon due to injury.

McGree (foot) came from the field in the early stages of the Subway Socceroos 2-0 victory over Lebanon at CommBank Stadium on Thursday evening.

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Bos – who came on to replace McGree – injured his knee just before half-time and was also forced from the field.

Both McGree and Bos were sent for scans following the match, with the Subway Socceroos medical team now in consultation with Middlesborough (McGree) and KVC Westerlo (Bos) on treatment plans, while transitioning the players back into the care of their respective clubs.

There has been no return to play timelines set for either player, with both Bos and McGree to be reviewed by club medical staff on their return.

Keanu Baccus will also miss the Subway Socceroos’ game at GIO Stadium due to suspension, after picking up his second yellow card during the qualification process.

Joel King (Sydney FC) has been called into the squad and will travel to Canberra, meanwhile Craig Goodwin (virus) has recovered and will be available for selection.

The Subway Socceroos FIFA World Cup 2026™ Qualifiers will be broadcast live thanks to Football Australia’s broadcast partner, 10 Paramount.


Lebanon v Subway Socceroos
Tuesday, 26 March 2024
GIO Stadium, Canberra
Kick-off: 7.45pm AEDT
Tickets: Start from $15 Child, $20 Concession, $25 Adult, and $50 Family via Ticketek
Broadcast: 10 Bold, 10 Play and Paramount+


NameCurrent Club, Country

‘A’ Caps (Goals)

Junior Club (Member Federation/Country)

Nathaniel ATKINSONHeart of Midlothian FC, Scotland

13 (0)

Riverside Olympic FC / Football Tasmania

Keanu BACCUSSt Mirren FC, Scotland

18 (1)

Parklea FC / Football New South Wales

Brandon BORRELLOWestern Sydney Wanderers FC, Australia

11 (2)

Modbury Jets SC / Football South Australia

Jordy BOSK.V.C Westerlo, Belgium

13 (1)

Hoppers Crossing SC / Football Victoria

Cameron BURGESSIpswich Town FC, England

7 (0)

ECU Joondalup / Football West

Thomas DENGAlbirex Niigata, Japan

3 (0)

Adelaide Blue Eagles / Football South Australia

Mitchell DUKEFC Machida Zelvia, Japan

38 (12)

Liverpool Rangers SC / Football New South Wales

Bruno FORNAROLIMelbourne Victory FC, Australia

7 (0)

Club Nacional de Football (Uruguay)

Joe GAUCI (Gk)Aston Villa FC, England

2 (0)

Cumberland United FC / Football South Australia

Thomas GLOVERMiddlesbrough FC, England


Menai Hawks / Football New South Wales

Craig GOODWINAl Wehda FC, Saudi Arabia

24 (4)

Munno Para City FC / Football South Australia

Ajdin HRUSTICHeracles Almelo, Netherlands

25 (3)

Heatherton United SC / Football Victoria

John IREDALESV Wehen Wiesbaden, Germany

1 (0)

West Pennant Hills Cherrybrook / Football New South Wales

Jackson IRVINEFC St Pauli, Germany

67 (11)

Ringwood City SC / Football Victoria

Gethin JONESBolton Wanderers FC, England

4 (0)

Wrexham FC (Youth), Wales

Joel KINGSydney FC, Australia   4 (0)Shellharbour Junior FC / Football New South Wales
Riley MCGREEMiddlesbrough FC, England

25 (1)

Gawler Eagles FC / Football South Australia

Connor METCALFEFC St. Pauli, Germany

20 (0)

South Cardiff FC / Northern NSW Football

Joshua NISBETCentral Coast Mariners FC, Australia


St Mary’s FC / Football Queensland

Kye ROWLESHeart of Midlothian FC, Scotland

19 (1)

Palm Beach SC / Football Queensland

Mathew RYAN (Gk) (Cpt)AZ Alkmaar, Netherlands

92 (0)

Blacktown City FC / Football New South Wales

Sam SILVERAMiddlesbrough FC, England

5 (0)

Blacktown City FC / Football New South Wales

Harry SOUTTARLeicester City FC, England

28 (11)

Brechin City Boys Club (Scotland)

Adam TAGGARTPerth Glory FC, Australia

18 (6)

ECU Joondalup / Football West

Patrick YAZBEKViking FK, Norway


Austral Soccer Club / Football New South Wales

Kusini YENGIPortsmouth FC, England

5 (0)

Fulham United FC / Football South Australia