Football At The 1992 Summer Olympics – Men's Team Squads

Football At The 1992 Summer Olympics – Men's Team Squads

Head coach: Eddie Thomson

No. Pos. Player DoB Age Caps Club
1 GK John Filan February 8, 1970 22 ? St George Saints
2 DF Milan Blagojevic December 24, 1969 22 ? Marconi Stallions
3 DF Dominic Longo August 23, 1970 21 ? Newcastle Breakers
4 DF Ned Zelic July 4, 1971 21 ? Sydney Olympic FC
5 DF Shaun Murphy November 5, 1970 21 ? Heidelberg SC
6 DF Tony Vidmar July 4, 1970 22 ? Adelaide City
7 MF John Gibson February 10, 1970 22 ? A.P.I.A. Leichhardt Tigers
8 MF Paul Okon April 5, 1972 20 ? Club Brugge K.V.
9 FW Zlatko Arambasic September 20, 1969 22 ? KV Mechelen
10 MF George Slifkas October 18, 1969 22 ? Heidelberg SC
11 FW John Markovski April 15, 1970 22 ? Marconi Stallions
12 MF Damian Mori September 30, 1970 21 ? Melbourne Croatia
13 FW Carl Veart May 21, 1970 22 ? Adelaide City
14 FW Steve Refenes February 19, 1970 22 ? Sydney Olympic FC
15 DF Tony Popovic July 4, 1973 19 ? Sydney Croatia
16 FW David Seal January 26, 1972 20 ? Marconi Stallions
17 FW Gary Hasler July 5, 1970 22 ? Sunshine George Cross FC
18 MF Steve Corica March 24, 1973 19 ? Marconi Stallions
19 MF Brad Maloney January 19, 1972 20 ? Newcastle Breakers
20 GK Mark Bosnich January 13, 1972 20 ? Sydney Croatia

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