The national team manager of Luxembourg, Luc Holtz, has summoned 20 players for the friendly against Macedonia today.
Most of the players are from the domestic league but there are seven who play abroad. The Luxembourg squad does not possess many players who play for known clubs and the best player is considered Mario Mutsch. It is interesting to note that 3 of the 4 attackers come from the same domestic club, F91 Dudelange, while there is one debutant in17-year-old Chris Philipps who is part of the Metz youth academy.
Jonathan Joubert – F91 Dudelange
Marc Oberweis – Jeunesse Esch
Guy Blaise – Virton (Belgium)
Eric Hoffmann – Jeunesse Esch
Tom Schnell – Fola Esch
Tom Laterza – Sedan B (France)
Mathias Jänisch – Differdange 03
Ante Bukvić – Differdange 03
Dan Collette – Jeunesse Esch
Chris Philipps – Metz (France)
Mario Mutsch – Sion (Switzerland)
René Peters – Jeunesse Esch
Gilles Bettmer – Differdange 03
Lars Gerson – IFK Norrköping (Sweden)
Charles Leweck – Etzella Ettelbruck
Joël Pedro – Sedan B (France)
Daniel da Mota – F91 Dudelange
Aurélien Joachim – F91 Dudelange
Stefano Bensi – F91 Dudelange
Maurice Deville – Elversberg (Germany)
The team will be without central defender Kim Kintziger, right winger Ben Payal and striker Joël Kitenge, who scored a goal in the previous encounter against Macedonia which Luxembourg lost 1:4.