Luxembourg and Ukraine will face Macedonia

Luxembourg and Ukraine announce their squads

Luxembourg and Ukraine will face MacedoniaBoth of Macedonia’s next opponents in the 2016 EURO qualifiers announced their squads with which will face the Lynxes.

Luxembourg will first travel to Skopje to face Macedonia on 9 October and three days later they will host group favorites Spain. For these two games their head coach Luc Holtz summoned 23 players among whom only 1 debutante (reserve keeper Schinker). Four players that were in the squad that drew with Belarus in the first round didn’t receive a call. Captain Mario Mutsch is teammate of Macedonian Muhamed Demiri at Swiss side St. Gallen. Here is the Luxembourgian squad:

Anthony Moris – no club
Jonathan Joubert
– F91 Dudelange LuxembourgTeam Luxembourg; photo:
Charly Schinker – Rumelange Luxembourg

Eric Hoffmann – Jeunesse Esch Luxembourg
Tom Schnell – F91 Dudelange Luxembourg
Tom Laterza – Fola Esch Luxembourg
Chris Philipps – Metz France
Massimo Martino – Grevenmacher Luxembourg
Maxime Chanot – Kortrijk Belgium
Marvin da Graça – Jeunesse Esch Luxembourg

Mario Mutsch – St. Gallen Switzerland
Ben Payal – Fola Esch Luxembourg
Lars Gerson – Norrköping Sweden
Mathias Jänisch – Differdange 03 Luxembourg
Laurent Jans – Fola Esch Luxembourg
Dwayn Holter – Greuther Fürth Germany
Christopher Martins – Lyon Reserves France

Daniel da Mota – F91 Dudelange Luxembourg
Aurélien Joachim – CSKA Sofia Bulgaria
Stefano Bensi – Fola Esch Luxembourg
Maurice Deville – Kaiserslautern II Germany
David Turpel – Etzella Ettelbruck Luxembourg
Antonio Luisi – Differdange 03 Luxembourg

Ukraine will first visit Belarus while on the 12th will host Macedonia. Several players that due to injuries missed the Round 1 home loss against Slovakia are back in the 26-players lead by head coach MykhayloFomenko. Five players from the previous squad aren’t called up, while reserve keeper Dmytro Bezotosniy received a call but withdrew due to injury. There is only one players playing outside Ukraine. Here is the Ukrainian squad:

Andriy Pyatov – Shakhtar UkraineTeam Ukraine; photo:
Oleksandr Rybka – Dynamo Ukraine
Denys Boyko – Dnipro Ukraine

Oleksandr Kucher – Shakhtar Ukraine
Vyacheslav Shevchuk – Shakhtar Ukraine
Artem Fedetskiy – Dnipro Ukraine
Yaroslav Rakytskiy – Shakhtar Ukraine
Yevhen Khacheridi – Dynamo Ukraine
Ivan Ordets – Shakhtar Ukraine

Anatoliy Tymoshchuk – Zenit Russia
Oleh Husyev – Dynamo Ukraine
Ruslan Rotan – Dnipro Ukraine
Andriy Yarmolenko – Dynamo Ukraine
Yevhen Konoplyanka – Dnipro Ukraine
Roman Bezus – Dynamo Ukraine
Taras Stepanenko – Shakhtar Ukraine
Edmar Halovskiy de Lacerda – Metalist Ukraine
Mykola Morozyuk – Metalurh Ukraine
Dmytro Khomchenovskiy – Zorya Ukraine
Kyrylo Kovalchuk – Chornomorets Ukraine
Serhiy Bolbat – Metalist Ukraine
Serhiy Sydorchuk – Dynamo Kyiv Ukraine

Yevhen Seleznyov – Dnipro Ukraine
Roman Zozulya – Dnipro Ukraine
Volodymyr Homenyuk – Metalist Ukraine
Pylyp Budkivskiy – Zorya Ukraine

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