Before the match in Poland and vengeance against Slovakia in the League of Nations, representative coach Jaroslav Šilhavý saves a big maid. Michaela Krmenčík did not change his fortune, but Vladimír Darida returned to the squad, but the lead player Antonín Barák was injured only by substitutes.
There are only nineteen players in the nomination, among them three goalkeepers. "We still have time to complete the team. There are still European Cups and plus a league round," said coach Jaroslav Šlhavý. "We've prepared some variants, but we have not completed yet."
The football team is expecting a new coach on Monday, Jaroslav Šilhavý. On Thursday, November 15, the national team will play a preparatory match in Gdansk, Poland, and will be greeted four days later in Eden in the League of Nations of the Slovak Republic.
Program of Czech representation
Preparations: Poland – Czech Republic
League of Nations: Czech Republic – Slovakia
Vladimir Darida or Tomas Kalas return to the nomination, coach Šilhavý injured two strikers: Stanislav Tecl of Slavia and Michael Krmenčík of Pilsen really injured their knees.
"We watched Zdeněk Ondrásek in Poland. Among the deputies are Milan Škoda, Martin Doležal or Tomáš Necid, but it is true that the shape or health of some of them is not ideal," explained Šilhavý.
This is also missing from Jablonecky's Lukas Masopust, and Marek Suchý, who has been missing from the beginning of the autumn, has not recovered from Ahil's injuries.
Start a new engagement with Shilhavy, former coach of Liberec or Slavie, half. At the Premiere he managed to present Trnava for a significant victory over Slovakia (2: 1), then lost the team from Ukraine (0: 1).
The Czechs need a win or draw in the last league game of the league against Slovakia in order to win in the second class and secure a place in the second Euro2020 draw basket. The federal match in Eden will be spiced up because the coach of the Czech Republic will be on the opposite bench Pavel Hapal, who took over the Slovak farmer two weeks ago.
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|Vladimír Darida||Hertha Berlin||August 8, 1990||52||4|
|Michael Trávník||Jablonec||May 17, 1994||4||0|
|Bořek Dočkal||Philadelphia Union||September 30, 1988||37||6|
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|BORBA||Patrick Schick||AS Roma||24 January 1996||12||4|