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Kewell, Emerton recalled for Australia
Harry Kewell and Brett Emerton have been recalled to Australia's squad for next week's World Cup qualifier against Saudi Arabia
Published in Ahram Online on 21 - 02 - 2012

Coach Holger Osieck announced a 19-man squad Tuesday containing nine players from the domestic A-League. Kewell and Emerton have been selected for the first time since returning to play in the national competition this season.
Midfielder Mark Bresciano has returned to the Socceroos squad for the first time since the 2010 World Cup, ending his self-imposed break from international football.
Lucas Neill will lead the squad in the Group D Asian qualifier in Melbourne, with Fulham goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer also included. Australia leads the group.
The squad will assemble on Sunday, with Osieck saying the domestic players will be under extra scrutiny during the camp before he decides on a starting lineup.
“This match is as important as any match we play to further build on what we have achieved so far,” Osieck said. “Each match we play is a chance for players to prove themselves and their position in the squad.”
Squad: Mark Bresciano, Alex Brosque, Nicky Carle, David Carney, Brett Emerton, Harry Kewell, Michael Marrone, Mark Milligan, Lucas Neill (captain), Jade North, Sasa Ognenovski, Erik Paartalu, Matthew Ryan, Adam Sarota, Mark Schwarzer, Matthew Spiranovic, Michael Thwaite, Archie Thompson, James Troisi.
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