Hilfe Sigurdsson. Photo: Reuters
We all, of course, waiting for the fateful match Ukraine – Croatia. However, no less important for the partition of the tournament in the group I will be Friday’s match between the national teams of Turkey and Iceland.
The participants of Euro-2016, hopefuls another big finals will meet in Eskisehir.
Needless to say that all 34 930 tickets for the game sold out long ago. Fans should be for the Turks to become the 12th player. That’s just coach Mircea Lucescu will not be able to supervise the actions clandy with skalicki.
FIFA suspended for one game for what Kharkivska poedinki with Ukraine, remembering the glorious Donetsk and St. Petersburg times, rushed for the referees with a smartphone. But this is not Donetsk, although Peter Romania is not particularly allowed to roam. Will miss this game and the attacking midfielder Hakan Çalhanoğlu, who earned victory against Turkey in the tournament for the second card (the first received in 2016 in the game against Ukraine). All the others who took part in the victory over the Turks, in the collection.
The Turks are determined, but the same can be said about the Icelanders. “Two years ago we lost in Konya Turkey – 0:1, being not quite ready for the pressure supported the stands of the owners. Since then much water has flowed under the bridge, we passed Ceres the crucible and not these battles, so mentally and physically ready, and the right conclusions made.”
Recall that all the matches in our group and Friday, and on Monday will start odnovremenno – at 21.45 Kyiv time.
Eugene BELOZEROV, Sport-Express in Ukraine
Goalkeepers Serkan Kirintili (“Konyaspor”), Harun Tekin (“Bursaspor”), Volkan Babacan (“Basaksehir”); defenders Sabri Sarioglu (“Gestapo”), Kaan Ayhan (Fortuna, Germany), Mehmet Topal Ismail Koybasi (both Fenerbahce), Çağlar, Seungju (“Freiburg” Germany), Omer Toprak (Borussia D, Germany), Serdar Aziz (Galatasaray), Caner Erkin (“Besiktas”); Midfielders Emre belözoğlu (“Basaksehir”), Selcuk Inan, Tolga Cigerci (both Galatasaray), Cengiz under (Roma, Italy), Emre Mor (Celta, Spain), Nuri şahin (Borussia D, Germany), Oguzhan an attempt on goal (Besiktas), Yusuf Yazici, Okay Yokuslu Volkan şen (Trabzonspor), Ozan Tufan (Fenerbahce) Arda Turan (Barcelona, Spain), Hakan Çalhanoğlu (Milan, Italy), Yunus malli (Wolfsburg, Germany); forwards Burak Yilmaz (Trabzonspor), Cenk Tosun (Besiktas), ENES Unal (Villarreal, Spain), Mevlut Erdinç (“Basaksehir”).
Goalkeepers Hannes Halldorsson (Randers, Denmark), Runar Runarsson (“Narellan”, Denmark), Ogmundur Kristinsson (Excelsior, Holland; defenders of Harder Magnusson (“Bristol city”, England), Ari Skulason (Lokeren, Belgium), John Gudny Fjoluson (“Norrkoping”, Sweden), Ragnar Sigurdsson (Rubin, Russia), brown Advowson (Aberdeen, Scotland), Sverrir Ingi Ingason (“Rostov”, Rossita), Herter Hermansson (Brondby, Denmark), Birkir Saevarsson (“Hammarby” in Sweden); Midfielders Arnor smarason for Esbjerg FB gets (“Hammarby” in Sweden), Arnor Traustason (AEK Athens, Greece), birkir Bhagawan (Aston Villa, England), Aron Gunnarsson (Cardiff city FC, England), Hilfe Sigurdsson (Everton, England), Olafur Skulason (“Karabukspor”, Turkey), Runar Sigurjonsson (“grasshopper!, Switzerland), Emil Hallgrimsson (Udinese, Italy), Rurik Gislason (nürnberg, Germany), Johann Gudmundsson (“Burnley”, England); forwards Vidar Kjartansson (Maccabi T-A, Israel), Jon Dadi Bödvarsson (reading, England), Bjorn Sigurdarson (Molde, Norway), Alfred Finnbogason (“Augsburg”, Germany).
Goalkeepers Daniel subašić, as Monaco, France), Lower kalinic (Gent, Belgium), Dominique Livakovic (“Dynamo”, Z); defenders domagoj Vida, Josip Vida (both “Dynamo” UKRAINE), Dejan Lovren (Liverpool, England), Sime vrsaljko (Atletico Madrid, Spain), Matej Mitrovic (Besiktas, Turkey), Borna Barisic (NK Osijek), Zoran Nizic (“Hajduk”), Antonio milić (“Ostend”, Belgium); Midfielders Luka Modric (real Madrid, Spain), Ivan Rakitic (Barcelona, Spain), Ivan perišić, Marcelo Brozović (both inter), Milan Badelj (Fiorentina, Italy), Marco Rog (Napoli, Italy), Philippe Bradaric (Rijeka), Mario Pasalic (Spartak, Russia); forwards Mario Mandzukic (Juventus, Italy), Andrew Kramaric (Hoffenheim, Germany), Douillet Chop (Standard, Belgium), Ivan Santini (Kahn, France).
Goalkeepers Lukasz Grodecki (Eintracht Frankfurt, Germany), Jesse Joroinen (“Horsens”, Denmark), Anssi Jakkola (reading, England); defenders Niklas moisander (Bremen, Germany), Paulus, Arajuuri (Brondby, Denmark), Juhani Ojala (“Hacken”, Sweden), Sauli Vaisanen (SLEEP, Italy), Yona, Toivio (Molde, Norway), Albin Granlund (Mariehamn), Juha Pirinen (HJK); Midfielders Tim Sparv (“Midtjylland”, Denmark), Glen Kamara (“Dundee”, Scotland), Rasmus schüller (HJK), Jesse Tuominen (BATE, Belarus), Simon Scrubb (“Norrkoping”, Sweden), Piri’s Soiree (Shakhtar, Belarus), Thomas Lam (“Nottingham forest” England), Robin Lod (Panathinaikos, Greece), Kasper hämäläinen (Legia, Poland), Perparim Hetemaj (Chievo, Italy); forwards Joel Pohjanpalo (Bayer, Germany), Teemu Pukki (Brondby, Denmark), Eero Markkanen (“Dynamo Dresden”, Germany).
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