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By ESPN Staff

20-man Socceroo camp for East Asian Cup

Socceroos head coach Holger Osieck selected 20 Australian-based players on Friday for a training camp on the NSW Central Coast ahead of next month's East Asian Cup in South Korea.

It will run from Monday to Friday (July 1-5) in Tuggerah and Gosford as part of the Socceroos' preparations and will be the first of three camps in Australia leading up to the East Asian Cup from July 20-28 in Seoul.

Australia will face South Korea on the opening night at Seoul World Cup Stadium, followed by clashes with Japan on July 25 at Hwaseong Stadium and China three days later at Jamsil Olympic Stadium.

Socceroos training camp squad:

Dario Vidosic (Adelaide United), Eugene Galekovic (Adelaide), Ivan Franjic (Brisbane Roar), Jade North (Brisbane), Matt Smith (Brisbane), Joshua Rose (Central Coast Mariners), Mitchell Duke (Mariners), Trent Sainsbury (Mariners), Archie Thompson (Melbourne Victory), Mark Milligan (Victory), Mitch Nichols (Victory), Nathan Coe (Victory), Craig Goodwin (Newcastle Jets), Mark Birighitti (Jets), Ruben Zadkovich (Jets), Joshua Risdon (Perth Glory), Michael Thwaite (Glory), Scott Jamieson (Glory), Aaron Mooy (Western Sydney Wanderers), Tomi Juric (Wanderers).

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