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Why the Socceroos’ best goalkeeper, Nagoya Grampus star Mitch Langerak, won’t play in Qatar

Earlier this year, when the Socceroos’ World Cup fate looked precarious and Ryan was on the outer at Real Sociedad, ex-Australia goalkeeper Mark Bosnich said Arnold should have been on the phone to Langerak to convince him to make himself available again.

Goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne may have booked his spot at the World Cup as a shootout specialist.Credit:Network 10

It seems unlikely Ryan will break into the La Liga side’s first team this season, while his recent back-up in the Australian squad, Danny Vukovic, is 37 and hasn’t played a single minute in the Eredivisie for Dutch side NEC Nijmegen since signing for them last year.

Redmayne, on the other hand, may well have earned a spot on the plane to Doha as the Socceroos’ penalty specialist, should another shootout eventuate. Otherwise, Langerak would easily walk into Arnold’s 26-man squad for the World Cup, which begins in…

Read more at www.smh.com.au

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