The Twitter hashtags #BoycottThailand and #SaveHakeem were trending on Tuesday as Thai prosecutors appealed for the extradition of Araibi, according to local daily Bangkok Post.
"On our return from the recent AFC Asian Cup, we reassessed our plans due to the ongoing detainment of Australian footballer Hakeem al-Araibi in a Thai prison", U23 team coach Graham Arnold said in a statement.
Al-Araibi has said he was tortured in Bahrain after his 2012 arrest and fled in 2014 to Australia, which granted him political asylum in 2017. He has been living in Melbourne, where he plays for a semi-professional football team. He denies the charges.
It was reported that al-Araibi informed the Australian side about his trip and received a green light, so he left for Thailand only to be arrested at Suvarnabhumi Airport on November 27 a year ago.
"The smile when he heard about [Chiellini] and [Drogba], never seen anything like it - a footballer's passion never dies", Foster wrote.
In his first letter, Morrison called for Thailand to send al-Araibi back to Australia.
"It took several days after the arrival of Mr Hakeem before the Australian authorities informed us that the red notice had been cancelled", the ministry said in a statement.
The Thai attorney general's Office told reporters Wednesday that with extradition requests bail would be opposed.
Lt. Gen. Surachate "Big Joke" Hakparn said the recent case of the young Saudi woman briefly held then allowed to depart a refugee can not be compared to that of refugee athlete AlAraibi because the latter was the subject of an arrest warrant justifying his detention.
AlAraibi was allegedly tortured by Bahraini authorities for his brother's political actions and sentenced to a decade in jail for the alleged vandalism.
The Corrections Department risked facing human rights criticism, Pol Col Naras said, but the public should understand that officials had to ensure the safe transportation of detainees and prevent any attempt at escape. "He was shackled and I thought that was very upsetting and I know it would have upset many Australians", he said during an appearance on Sky News Australia.
Thailand's handling of the case has also been criticised by Football Federation Australia who has cancelled a scheduled training session in Thailand for the national under-23 team.
He had nothing but thanks for the Australian Government and people - as well as the footballing community - for maintaining pressure on Thailand to release him. This should not be a schoolyard spat - there is a man's life on the line and suggesting the parties can "talk to each other and sort out their problems" is insulting to everyone working so hard to save Hakeem from the fate that awaits him if returned to Bahrain.
On Tuesday, Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne reiterated her government's call for the Thai government to release al-Araibi so he could return home to Australia. Bahrain fails to mention the court ignored evidence that only minutes before the time of the alleged crime, Al-Araibi was playing in a televised football match broadcast on national television.