The lion cubs want quality preparation before the European Championship, they will start in Portugal

The national team under 21 is a friendly match on the field of the finalist of the last European Championship of Portugal. The team management deliberately chooses to prepare a tough opponent to prepare the team for the European Championship in Poland. There, young Czech footballers want to try to win one progressive place in the semi-finals in the group. the best preparation, ” said the national team manager Jaromír Šeterle. “We don’t just Bet 365 want to take part, but be a good rival,” he added.Their senior national team even won the European Championship this year.

“And the current twenty-one is doing well. The Portuguese qualifiers passed without a single defeat, with only two draws and a score of 34: 5. This is a very good test for us, “” Benks suspects.

His cadre will check the match because of the lack of key support. Attacker Patrik Schick stayed in Karel Jarolím’s A-team, captain Aleš Čermák struggles with health problems just like Michal Hubínek from Bohemians. Lukáš Hůlka from Mladá Boleslav will be given a apuestas Unibet chance for the first time, and after some time, Tomáš Chorý from Olomouc, the second league, will be returning.

“The last league round did not work out, but he is a young player who has shown performance over the long term. We will try the sick because we decided to leave Matej Pulkrab 20 to go to a quality tournament in Spain, “said Bench.

The match with Portugal will take place on November 11 in Setúbal.The kickoff is at 19:15 CET.

Nomination:
Goalkeeper: Luděk Vejmola (Mladá Boleslav), Lukáš Zima (FC Genoa).
Defenders : Milan Havel (Bohemians 1905), Lukas Hulka (Mlada Boleslav), Michael Lüftner (Teplice), Ales Mateju (Viktoria Plzen), Stefan Simic (Mouscron).
Reservists: Antonin Barak (Slavia), Vaclav Cerny (Ajax), Daniel Holzer (Sparta), Jakub Jankto (Udine), Dominik Masek (Bohemians 1905), Tomas Soucek (Slavia), Michal Travnik (Jablonec), Daniel Tetour (Dukla).

Strikers: Stanislav Klobasa (Mlada Boleslav), Tomas Chory (Sigma Olomouc), Lukas Julis (Sparta).

more: apostarlive.com

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