Australia 2014 World Cup Squad & Expected Line-up

by Sameer Arshad | Posted on Friday, April 4th, 2014 | 0

National Team Coach: Angelos Postecoglou

Postecoglou is one of the most respected and succesfull domestic football coach in Australia and he took over hte reigns from Holger Osieck after he left the job. Postecoglou hails from Greece but moved to Australia in his early days, now at the age of 48 he has the biggest task of his career to manager “socceroos” in Brazil.

Possible Starting Lineup & Star Players:

Australia Squad Lineup 2014 world cupAustralians were not that convincing in the qualification but they managed to get through the qualification. These days they have many players playing in European league and with all those experience players Aussies stand a chance in a very difficult groups.

Star Player: Tim Cahill

Yeah thats right, Aussies team don’t posses those highly sort out oung players, instead they have 33 year Tim Cahill who will his experience is most likely to get a goal or two. On the right side is the expected starting Xi for Australian team.

World Cup 2014 Matches:

  1. Australia vs Chile (13 June 2014)
  2. Australia vs Holland (18 June 2014)
  3. Australia vs Spain ( 23 June 2014)

Now we move on to the expected squad which will be going to World Cup 2014 and the date of announcement.

Australian World Cup 2014Australia’s Possible 23-Man Squad For 2014 FIFA World Cup:

The official squad will be announced on 13 May 2014 and we will update this page after that.

1 Mathew Ryan Club Brugge 21 GK
2 Brad Jones Liverpool 32 GK
3 Mitchell Langerak Borussia Dortmund 25 GK
4 Ryan McGowan Shandong Luneng Taishan 24 Defender
5 Jason Davidson 22 Defender
6 Luke Wilkshire Dinamo Moskova 32 Defender
7 Matthew Spiranovic Western Sydney 25 Defender
8 Ivan Franjic Brisbane Roar 26 Defender
9 Curtis Good Dundee United 21 Defender
10 Alex Wilkinson Jeonbuk Huyndai Motors 29 Defender
11 Tim Cahill New York Red Bulls 34 Midfielder
12 Mark Milligan Melbourne Victory 28 Midfielder
13 James Holland FK Austrian Vienne 24 Midfielder
14 Dario Vidosic FC Seon 26 Midfielder
15 Brett Holman Al-Naser 30 Midfielder
16 Mile Jedinak (Captain) Crystal Palace 29 Midfielder
17 Matt McKay Brisbane Roar 31 Midfielder
18 Tom Rogic Melbourne Victory 21 Midfielder
19 Adam Sarota Utrecht 25 Forward
20 Oliver Bozanic FC Luzern 25 Forward
21 Tommy Oar Utrecht 22 Forward
22 Massimo Luongo Swindon Town 21 Forward
23 Mathew Leckie FC Frankfurt 23 Forward


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