2014 Gulf Cup of Nations champions Qatar have a selected a wealth of youth to give them the best chance of success at January’s AFC Asian Cup.
The most notable omission from the squad was veteran captain Sebastian Soria who earlier this year recorded his 100th cap.
New additions include Lekhwiya SC striker Mohammad Tresor Abdullah and in-form midfielder Mohammad Muntari of El-Jaish SC who will be hoping to impress on the big stage in January.
Qatar face a tough assignment at next year’s AFC Asian Cup pitted in the difficult Group C against number 1 ranked Asian side Iran and the UAE.
Having made the quarter-finals at the 2011 AFC Asian Cup, Qatar will be hoping their recent form and squad adjustments can give them the best chance of progressing further into the tournament in Australia.
Saad Al Sheeb (Al Sadd), Ahmed Sufyan (El Jaish), Ahmadi Ali Mukhtar (Al Sadd), Abdelkarim Hassan (Al Sadd), Ibrahim Majid (Al Sadd), Mohammed Musa (Lekhwiya), Khalid Muftah (Lekhwiya), Abdulrahman Issa (El Jaish), Abdulaziz Hatem (Al Arabi), Qassem Burhan (Al Gharafa), Bilal Mohammed (Al Gharafa), Khalfan Ibrahim (Al Sadd), Ali Assadalla (Al Sadd), Karim Boudiaf (Lekhwiya), Mohammed Muntari (El Jaish), Majed Mohammed (El Jaish), Khaled Al Zereiqi (El Jaish), Boualem Khoukhi (Al Arabi), Ahmed Abdelmaqsoud (Umm Salal), Hassan Al-Haidos (Al Sadd), Ismaeel Mohammad (Lekhwiya), Mohammed Tresor Abdullah (Lekhwiya), Meshaal Abdullah (Al Ahli).