Sydney FC defender Sebastian Ryall will be available for selection this week. The 20-year old was suspended by Football Federation Australia for four A-League matches after being charged for an alleged sex incident involving a 13-year old girl but is now eligible to play at domestic level.
His national team ban, however, remains until the outcome of his case is determined meaning he will not be able to represent the Australian U20 squad at this month's World Cup in Egypt.
Sydney chief executive Stefan Kamasz said Ryall was delighted to be again be available for club selection.
''He's been through quite a lot these past few months, this kid,'' he said.
''I think he's very excited that he can get back to playing because he's been training really well with us. I think you'll find that as soon as he's available to play, he'll be in the squad,'' Kamasz added.
''I don't know if he'll be in the team straight away. He lacks match practice because he's not been allowed to play in any friendlies but as soon as the coach thinks he's ready, I'm sure he'll put him in the squad.''