Defender Rhyan Grant
- Height 174cm
- Weight 74kg
- D.O.B. 26/2/91
Current Club: Sydney FC
Debut: 17/11/2018 v South Korea
The Socceroos number four was given a scholarship by the AIS Program after the 17 year old Canowindra local impressed scouts.
A move to Sydney FC NYL followed as the teenager rose up the ranks to eventually settle at right back as Vitezslav Lavicka's 2009/10 side finished champions.
Grant became a cult hero at Sydney FC for his constant work rate on the flanks and extravagant hairstyles.
Best Socceroos Moment:
The dynamic wing-back emerged as a consistent starter in Graham Arnold's backline during the 2019 Asian Cup campaign in the UAE. Starting and finishing all five matches throughout he tournament highlighted his importance to the future of the Socceroos squad.
Hyundai A-League Connection:
Rhyan Grant continues his stature as a cult figure in the Hyundai A-League. He has surpassed the 10-year mark at current club Sydney FC, making 168 appearances and being crowned a champion on three occasions.
Qualifying World Cup 2022
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