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Tom Rogic withdraws from Socceroos squad

Football Australia today advised that Tom Rogic has notified Socceroos staff of his decision to withdraw from Australia’s squad for June 2022, citing personal reasons.

Socceroos Head Coach Graham Arnold said it is unfortunate that Rogic is unable to join the squad in the Middle East, whilst reaffirming his belief in the players already assembled in Doha.

“My focus must now be on the players we have here in Qatar,” Arnold said. “We have selected an extended squad of quality players and I believe that we will achieve something special for Australia over the next two weeks.”

No additional players will be called up to the Socceroos’ squad following Rogic’s withdrawal.

Socceroos Squad | June 2022 | FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ – AFC & Intercontinental Play-offs

Name

Club, Country

‘A’ Caps (Goals)

Junior Club
(Member Federation/Country)

Nathaniel ATKINSON

Heart of Midlothian, Scotland

1 (0)

Riverside Olympic FC (Football Tasmania)

Aziz BEHICH

Uncontracted

49 (2)

Meadow Park SC (Football Victoria)

Martin BOYLE

Al-Faisaly FC, Saudi Arabia

16 (5)

Lewis United FC/Montrose FC (Scotland)

Nicholas D’AGOSTINO

Melbourne Victory FC, Australia

1 (0)

Runaway Bay SC (Football Queensland)

Jason DAVIDSON

Melbourne Victory FC, Australia

22 (1)

Altona City SC (Football Victoria)

Milos DEGENEK

Columbus Crew, USA

36 (1)

Blacktown City FC (Football NSW)

Kenny DOUGALL

Blackpool FC, England

4 (0)

Samford Rangers FC (Queensland Football)

Mitchell DUKE

Fagiano Okayama, Japan

19 (7)

Liverpool Rangers SC (Football NSW)

Denis GENREAU

Toulouse FC, France

2 (0)

Brighton SC (Football Victoria)

Craig GOODWIN

Adelaide United FC, Australia

7 (1)

Munno Para City SC (Football South Australia)

Ajdin HRUSTIC

Eintracht Frankfurt, Germany

16 (2)

Heatherton United SC (Football Victoria)

Jackson IRVINE

FC St. Pauli, Germany

45 (6)

Ringwood City SC (Football Victoria)

Fran KARACIC

Brescia Calcio, Italy

7 (1)

NK Lokomotiva (Croatia)

Joel KING

Odense Boldklub, Denmark

2 (0)

Shellharbour Junior FC (Football NSW)

Mathew LECKIE

Melbourne City FC, Australia

69 (13)

Brimbank Stallions FC (Football Victoria)

Awer MABIL

Uncontracted

25 (6)

Saint Augustines FC (Football South Australia)

Jamie MACLAREN

Melbourne City FC, Australia

22 (8)

Green Gully SC (Football Victoria)

Riley MCGREE

Middlesbrough FC, England

8 (1)

Gawler Eagles FC (Football South Australia)

Aaron MOOY

Shanghai Port FC, China PR

four hundred ninety seven)

Carlingford Redbacks FC (Football NSW)

Andrew REDMAYNE (Gk)

Sydney FC, Australia

2 (0)

Gosford City Dragons FC (Football NSW)

Kye ROWLES

Central Coast Mariners FC, Australia

0 (0)

Palm Beach SC (Football Queensland)

Mathew RYAN (Gk)

Real Sociedad, Spain

71 (0)

Blacktown City FC (Football NSW)

Trent SAINSBURY

Uncontracted

60 (4)

Armadale SC (Football West)

Gianni STENSNESS

Viking FK, Norway

2 (0)

Pittwater RSL FC/Collaroy Cromer SC (Football NSW)

Adam Taggart

Cerezo Osaka, Japan

16 (6)

ECU Joondalup SC (Football West)

Marco TILIO

Melbourne City FC, Australia

30)

APIA Leichhardt FC/Sydney Olympic FC (Football NSW)

Danny VUKOVIC (Gk)

NEC Nijmegen, Netherlands

4 (0)

St Clair United SC (Football NSW)

Bailey WRIGHT

Sunderland AFC, England

24 (1)

Langwarrin SC (Football Victoria)

Upcoming Socceroos Matches:

Australia v Jordan – International Friendly
Date: Wednesday, 1 June 2022
Venue: Al Janoub Stadium, Doha, Qatar
Kick-off: 9pm local (4am AEST – Thursday, 2 June 2022)
Broadcast: Live and free in Australia via Network 10 and simulcast on 10 Play
Tickets: Match to be played without spectators

United Arab Emirates v AustraliaFIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ – Asian Football Confederation Play-off
Date: Tuesday, 7 June 2022

Venue: Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium, Doha, Qatar
Kick-off: 9pm local (4am AEST – Wednesday, 8 June 2022)
Broadcast: Live and free in Australia via Network 10 and simulcast on 10 Play
Tickets: Available now via tickets.qfa.qa

*Peru v Australia/United Arab Emirates – FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ Intercontinental Play-off
Date: Monday, 13 June 2022

Venue: Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium, Doha, Qatar
Kick-off: 9pm local (4am AEST – Tuesday, 14 June 2022)
Broadcast: Live and free in Australia via Network 10 and simulcast on 10 Play
Tickets: Available now via tickets.qfa.qa

*Australia’s participation subject to Socceroos securing progression from AFC play-off against UAE

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