Wolf gives squad for the U-19 EM

Hannes Wolf announced his hull cabader for the second EM qualifying round in Finland. 17 Junior players belong to the squad so far. At the measure from 15 to 19 March in Mainz, other players can recommend for the remaining squads, the other actors are then on call.

“Before we start in Finland in the European Championship quali, we still turn on a five-day course in Mainz,” Wolf is quoted to “dfb.de”. “We do that because many measures in the U 18 Corona-conditioned had to fail, but we not only have 20 good U-19 players in Germany. During the course we also want the guys who do not yet play in the senior sector Getting to know – in the training sessions and in a test match against Mainz 05. From this circle, even players can still go to Finland. Both the course in Mainz and the elite hours we want to tackle with a lot of energy. “

The opponents of the German team are demanding: With Italy and Belgium, two top teams are waiting for the U-19 national team, at the end it is against host Finland. Only the group winner solves the ticket for the European Championship final round from 18 June to July 1 in Slovakia.

Goalkeeper

LOSC Lille vs VfL Wolfsburg U19 Uefa Youth League 2021
Tjark Ernst (Bochum), Jonas Urbig (Cologne)

Field players

Youssef Amyn (Viktoria Cologne), Bright Akwo Arrey-MBI (Bayern Munich), Kwadwo Baah (Watford), Ben Bobzia (Mainz)
Angelo Brückner (Bayern Munich), Jens Castrop (Nuremberg), Linus Gechter (Hertha BSC), Emrehan Gedikli (Trabzonspor), Lasse Günther (Augsburg), Anton Kade (Hertha BSC), Igor Matanovic (St. Pauli), Thorb Rhine ( Bayern Munich), Clemens Riedel (Darmstadt), Armindo Sieb (Bayern Munich), Robert Wagner (Freiburg).

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