Kazakhstan squad for pre-EURO friendly

Kazakh national team coach summoned 24 players for Friday’s friendly visit to Skopje.

photo by KFF: the Kazakh team before the WC qualifier against Ukraine in March

The first ever encounter between Macedonia and Kazakhstan will be the last test for our national team before the EURO.

Kazakhstan will try to match Macedonia with a domestic based players featuring only two from abroad clubs. Also, there are 5 debutantes: a keeper and 4 defenders.

Coach Talgat Baysufinov will be without several of his best players including forward Sergey Khizhnichenko (low playing time), attacking midfielder Bauyrzhan Islamkhan (doping ban), midfielder Bakhtiyar Zaynutdinov (injured), left back Dmitri Shomko (low playing time) and center back Yury Logvinenko (low playing time).

Stas Pokatilov – Kairat Kazakhstan
Dmytro Nepohodov – Astana Kazakhstan
Mukhammejan Seisen – Taraz Kazakhstan

Serhiy Malyi – Tobol Kazakhstan
Gafurzhan Suyumbayev – Kairat Kazakhstan
Aleksandr Marochkin – Tobol Kazakhstan
Nuraly Alip – Kairat Kazakhstan
Olzhas Kerimzhanov – Turan Kazakhstan
Ruslan Valiullin – Tobol Kazakhstan
Erkin Tapalov – Akzhayik Kazakhstan
Nurlan Dairov – Kyzylzhar Kazakhstan
Maksat Taikenov – Caspiy Kazakhstan
Alibek Kassym – Kyzylzhar Kazakhstan

Azat Nurgaliev – Tobol Kazakhstan
Islambek Kuat – Astana Kazakhstan
Abzal Beisebekov – Astana Kazakhstan
Askhat Tagybergen – Tobol Kazakhstan
Serikzhan Muzhikov – Tobol Kazakhstan
Yerkebulan Tungyshbayev – Ordabasy Kazakhstan
Vladislav Vasiliev – Energetik-BGU Belarus
Bauyrzhan Baytana – Taraz Kazakhstan

Aleksey Shchotkin – Rotor Russia
Tanat Nusserbayev – Turan Kazakhstan
Roman Murtazayev – Astana Kazakhstan

This will be Kazakhstan’s only match this period.

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