World Cup 2010: Official Serbia Squad - Goalkeeper Zeljko Brkic Dropped

Antic selects final 23...
Serbia coach Radomir Antic has dropped fourth choice goalkeeper Zeljko Brkic in selecting his final 23-man squad for the World Cup finals.

After training with a group of 24 at their camp in Austria, the Vojvodina Novi Sad shot stopper was axed leaving club-mate Dragan Mrdja and Radosav Petrovic of Partizan as the only two home-based players in the final 23.

"I had to leave one player out and such a decision is never easy to make. I told Zeljko that being in the training camp should be a stimulus for his career and that I still will count on him," Antic was quoted as saying by the Associated Press.

Serbia have two more warm-up games prior to opening their World Cup account against Ghana on June 13.



Goalkeepers -
Vladimir Stojkovic
Sporting CP (POR)
Bojan Isailovic
Zaglebie Lubin (POL)
Andjelko Djuricic
Uniao Leiria (POR)
Defenders -
Branislav Ivanovic
Chelsea (ENG)
Antonio Rukavina
1860 Munich (GER)
Nemanja Vidic
Manchester United (ENG)
Neven Subotic
Borussia Dortmund (GER)
Aleksandar Lukovic
Udinese (ITA)
Ivan Obradovic Zaragoza (ESP)
Aleksandar Kolarov
Lazio (ITA)
Midfielders
-
Dejan Stankovic
Inter (ITA)
Gojko Kacar
Hertha Berlin (GER)
Nenad Milijas
Wolverhampton Wanderers (ENG)
Radosav Petrovic
Partizan
Zdravko Kuzmanovic
Stuttgart (GER)
Milos Krasic
CSKA Moscow (RUS)
Zoran Tosic
Manchester United (ENG)
Milos Ninkovic
Dynamo Kiev (UKR)
Milan Jovanovic Standard Liege (BEL)
Forwards -
Nikola Zigic
Birmingham City (ENG)
Marko Pantelic
Ajax (NED)
Danko Lazovic
Zenit St. Petersburg (RUS)
Dragan Mrdja
Vojvodina Novi Sad














Become a fan of Goal.com International on Facebook! Just click onto Facebook.com/Goal to join the beautiful game's leading fan community...