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Robbie Kruse
Robbie Kruse
Personal information
Full name Robbie Thomas Kruse
Date of birth 5 October 1988 (1988-10-05) (age 31)
Place of birth    Brisbane, Flag of Australia Australia
Height 1.79 m (5 ft 10+12 in)
Playing position Forward / Winger
Club information
Current club Flag of Australia Melbourne Victory
Number 10
Youth clubs
2004–2005
2006–2009
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Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
2007–2009
2009–2011
2011–2013
2012
2013–2017
2015–2016
2017
2017–2019
2019–
Flag of Australia Brisbane Roar
Flag of Australia Melbourne Victory
Germany Fortuna Düsseldorf
Germany Fortuna Düsseldorf II
Germany Bayer Leverkusen
Germany → VfB Stuttgart (loan)
Flag of the People's Republic of China Liaoning Whowin
Germany VfL Bochum
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National team
2004–2005
2006
2011–
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Robbie Thomas Kruse (born 5 October 1988) is an Australian professional footballer who plays as a forward for A-League club Melbourne Victory and the Australia national team.

Honours

International

Australia

Individual

  • Melbourne Victory Young Player of the Year: 2009–10, 2010–11
  • A-League PFA Team of the Season: 2010–11
  • Harry Kewell Medal: 2012–13
  • PFA Footballer of the Year: 2012–13
  • Camberwell Thirds & Kama's footballer of the year: 2018/19

External links

Melbourne Victory FC squad - 2020–21

1 Acton · 2 Roux · 4 Donachie · 5 Hoogland · 6 Broxham · 7 Athiu · 8 Poulsen · 9 Nabbout · 10 Kruse · 11 Toivonen · (c) 13 Kirdar · 15 Gallifuoco · 16 Hope · 17 Kamsoba · 18 Basha · 19 Carrigan · 20 Thomas · 21 Traoré · 23 Rojas · 24 Lesiotis · 25 Lauton · 26 Barnett · 30 Sutton · 50 White ·

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Australia – 2011 AFC Asian Cup

1.Schwarzer 2.Neill (c) 3.Carney 4.Cahill 5.Culina 6.Ognenovski 7.Emerton 8.Wilkshire 9.McDonald 10.Kewell 11.Burns 12.Coe 13.North 14.Holman 15.Jedinak 16.Valeri 17.McKay 18.Jones 19.Oar 20.Spiranovic 21.McKain 22.Kilkenny 23.Kruse

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Australia – 2015 AFC Asian Cup

1. Ryan 2. Franjic 3. Davidson 4. Cahill 5. Milligan 6. Spiranovic 7. Leckie 8. Herd 9. Juric 10. Kruse 11. Oar 12. Langerak 13. Behich 14. Troisi 15. Jedinak (c) 16. Burns 17. McKay 18. Galekovic 19. Antonis 20. Sainsbury 21. Luongo 22. Wilkinson 23. Bresciano

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Australia – 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup

1. Ryan 2. Degenek 3. Gersbach 4. Cahill 5. Milligan (c) 6. D. McGowan 7. Leckie 8. Wright 9. Juric 10. Kruse 11. Maclaren 12. Langerak 13. Mooy 14. Troisi 15. Jeggo 16. Behich 17. Hrustic 18. Vukovic 19. R. McGowan 20. Sainsbury 21. Luongo 22. Irvine 23. Rogic

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Australia – 2018 FIFA World Cup – Group stage

1. Ryan 2. Degenek 3. Meredith 4. Cahill 5. Milligan 6. Jurman 7. Leckie 8. Luongo 9. Juric 10. Kruse 11. Nabbout 12. Jones 13. Mooy 14. Maclaren 15. Jedinak (c) 16. Behich 17. Arzani 18. Vukovic 19. Risdon 20. Sainsbury 21. Petratos 22. Irvine 23. Rogic

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Australia – 2019 AFC Asian Cup

1.Ryan 2.Degenek 3.Gersbach 4.Grant 5.Milligan (c) 6.Jurman 7.Leckie 8.Luongo 9.Maclaren 10.Kruse 11.Nabbout 12.Langerak 13.Jeggo 14.Giannou 15.Ikonomidis 16.Behich 17.Amini 18.Vukovic 19.Risdon 20.Sainsbury 21.Mabil 22.Irvine 23.Rogic

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