Australia Football World Cup: Gianni Stensness chose Australia over New Zealand

The Australia Football World Cup team is taking on Japan, Saudi Arabia, China PR, Oman, and Vietnam in the Final Round of AFC Asian Qualifiers for the Qatar world cup 2022. The draw saying Australia Football World Cup team pooled in Group B of Football World Cup qualification, with Group A containing Iran, Korea Republic, United Arab Emirates, Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon.

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To succeed for a fifth successive FIFA World Cup, Australia must finish any first or second in Group B, which contains ten matches to play from September 2021 to March 2022, to qualify straight. Finish at number three would send the Australia Football World Cup team to a game against the number three team from Group A, followed by a worldwide play-off.

According to news reporter, New Zealand Football World Cup coach Danny Hay said Gianni Stensness’s choice to change loyalty to Australia is a kick in the guts after the midfielder played for New Zealand at the Olympics. The Australian-born 22-year-old boy, who was qualified to play for New Zealand through his father. He was not in the New Zealand 21 man team for October friendly matches against Curacao and Bahrain for preparation for Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022. For more to know about Qatar World Cup Tickets Click here.

New Zealand Football confirmed Stensness had chosen to play for Australia at senior level in the squad release. I am not going to lie it is unacceptable. It was surely a little kick in the guts, and maybe more so for his teammates that he played within Japan, Hay told New Zealand media on Monday.

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I understand he has born and raised in Australia, he has spent just around his complete life there and feels like he is an Australian. I am sure he previously been approached by Australia earlier to the Olympics and he preserved that to himself. As a coach, that is poor he was not honest about that. Stensness recently moved from A-League team Central Coast Mariners to Norwegian club Viking.

Represented Australia at under-20 level before moving to New Zealand in 2019 and making his place in the Olympic team. Hay’s team is consists of overseas players due to COVID-19 limitations at home and in Australia. We would desire to be in a place to contain players from this portion of the world but I am assured on the team we have been able to carry together and I know they are all thriving to get back on the pitch after such a long time, he said.

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