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Football never stops. Somewhere in the world there will always be an organised game being played out for three points. However, for many leagues we are heading into their off-season and this brings with it a mass turnover of playing personnel as contracts expire and new directions are taken.

For many of the Aussies playing abroad, they will be assessing their options like everyone else. Will they stick it out abroad? Will they return home to have a crack at the local league? Will they re-sign? Or will they call time on their career?

Here is a list of some of the Australian players who could be looking for a new club during the Australian winter:


Alex Cisak (27) Leyton Orient

Aaron Lennox (24) Aberdeen

Blake Horton (22) SC Telstar

Danijel Nizic (22) Morecambe

Gabriel Kupeczki (19) FC Bern

Chris Marques (19) Nottingham Forrest

Jack Bloxsome (19) Welling United

Jack Soutter (19) Fulham

Tony Stojkovski (22) FC Cartagena B


Julyan Collett (28) Waitakere United

Luke Wilkshire (35) Dynamo Moscow

Giancarlo Gallifuoco (23) Torquay United

Liam Graham (24) Chesterfield

Benjamin Mujanic (19) FC Phönix München

Harrison Delbridge (25) FC Cincinnati

Perry Cotton (19)


Chris Herd (28) Gillingham

Andy Rose (27) Coventry

Isaka Cernak (28) Sisaket

Ryan Williams (23) Barnsley

Adam Hughes (34) Harbin Yiteng

Scott Gannon (29) Tasman United

Emre Hasan Balci (30) Altay Izmir

David Rowley (27) Tennis Borussia Berlin

Julian Göbel (28) ASV Rimpar

Joshua Laws (19) Fortuna Düsseldorf

Patrick Weir (21) Brandenburger SC Süd

Rhain Davis (19)

James Holland (28)


Scott McDonald (33) Motherwell

Mark Bridge (31) Chiangrai United

Mitchell Duke (26) Shimizu S-Pulse

Kerem Bulut (25) Wehen

James Demetriou (21)

Amir Ajan (21) Grazer AK

Stefan ValentinI (20) Eintracht Braunschweig

Robbie Kruse (28)

Adam Howard

Adam is one of the founders of Football Central and the creator of OSAussies.com.  He has followed the career paths of Australian footballers playing in leagues all over the world.  Born in Adelaide and currently residing in Hiroshima, Adam brings a unique perspective to Australian football.  He is an ardent supporter of Australia's domestic competition and national team.

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