Danny Vukovic (Caltex Socceroos) – The veteran gloveman turned back the clock with Hyundai A-League champions Sydney FC to earn a much-deserved national team call-up.
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Tim Cahill (Caltex Socceroos) – Still an important cog of Australia’s squad at the ripe old age of 37. Super Timmy did the business for Melbourne City all season in his first campaign in the Hyundai A-League.
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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.
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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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Dylan McGowan (Caltex Socceroos) - Was one of Adelaide United's most consistent players during a tough campaign for the Reds, earning the central defender a move to Portuguese club Paços de Ferreira.
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Michael McGlinchey (New Zealand) – The classy midfielder had another consistent season in the Hyundai A-League with Wellington.
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Kosta Barbarouses (New Zealand) – Has moved on from Phoenix since the end of the season but a strong campaign with the ‘Nix earned Barbarouses his spot in Anthony Hudson’s squad.
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Storm Roux (New Zealand) – After a long injury layoff, Roux returned to his damaging best with the Central Coast Mariners during an improved 2016/17 Season for the Gosford club.
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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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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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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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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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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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Alex Rufer (New Zealand) – the youngster got a handful of chances for Phoenix and is undoubtedly a star of the future for club and country.