Hyundai A-League’s Confeds Cup men -Thomas Doyle (New Zealand)

Thomas Doyle (New Zealand) – The young left-back enjoyed arguably his most consistent campaign with Phoenix to book his spot in the All Whites squad.

 

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Hyundai A-League’s Confeds Cup men -Dane Ingham (New Zealand)

Dane Ingham (New Zealand) – Hard to believe he’s just 18-years-old. Impressed in his handful of appearances with Brisbane Roar and will relish the experience against the likes of Russia, Portugal and Mexico.

 

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Hyundai A-League’s Confeds Cup men -Andrew Durante (New Zealand)

Andrew Durante (New Zealand) – Led by example for Wellington Phoenix in the Hyundai A-League and deserves his crack at some of the world’s best in Russia.

 

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Hyundai A-League’s Confeds Cup men -Glen Moss (New Zealand)

Glen Moss (New Zealand) – The experienced gloveman had another solid season in the Hyundai A-League. Has moved from Wellington Phoenix to Newcastle Jets for the 2017/18 campaign.

 

 

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Hyundai A-League’s Confeds Cup men – Marco Rojas (New Zealand)

Marco Rojas (New Zealand) – The ‘Kiwi Messi’ was a huge factor in Melbourne Victory’s charge to the Hyundai A-League Grand Final and his speed and quality will be vital to the All Whites hopes in Russia.

 

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Hyundai A-League’s Confeds Cup men – James Troisi

James Troisi (Caltex Socceroos) – A fantastic campaign with Melbourne Victory for Troisi ensured he got his ticket on the plane to Russia for the clashes with Germany, Cameroon and Chile.

 

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Hyundai A-League’s Confeds Cup men – Jamie Maclaren

Jamie Maclaren (Caltex Socceroos) – While he’s now made the move to Germany, Maclaren made the 23 after banging in the goals all season in the Hyundai A-League to finish alongside Besart Berisha with the Golden Boot.

 

Source : Football Federation Australia