Luxembourg, Spain announce their squads

LuxembourgThe next two opponents for Macedonia, Luxembourg and Spain, revealed their rosters for the upcoming qualifiers.

Luc Holtz, the manager of Luxembourg, summoned 25 players, including 4 debutants (Amodio, Roulez, Delgado & Thill) and 15 domestic based players.

Jonathan Joubert – F91 Dudelange Luxembourg
Andrea Amodio – The Belval Belvaux Luxembourg
Valentin Roulez – Mondercange Luxembourg

Tom Schnell – F91 Dudelange Luxembourg
Chris Philipps – Preußen Münster Germany
Massimo Martino – Grevenmacher Luxembourg
Maxime Chanot – Kortrijk Belgium
Kevin Malget – F91 Dudelange Luxembourg
Ricardo Delgado – Jeunesse Esch Luxembourg

Mario Mutsch – St. Gallen Switzerland
Bel Payal – Fola Luxembourg
Lars Gerson – Sundsvall Sweden
Mathias Jänisch – Differdange 03 Luxembourg
Laurent Jans – Waasland-Beveren Belgium
Christopher Martins – Lyon II France
Luca Duriatti – Hesperange Luxembourg
Sébastien Thill – Progrès Niederkorn Luxembourg

Daniel da Mota – F91 Dudelange Luxembourg
Aurélien Joachim – Burton Albion England
Stefano Bensi – Fola Luxembourg
Maurice Deville – Kaiserslautern II Germany
David Turpel – F91 Dudelange Luxembourg
Antonio Luisi – Differdange 03 Luxembourg

Spain, meanwhile, named an experienced side that has enjoyed a lot of success over the years. Their coach, Vicente del Bosque, called up 23 players with only one, reserve keeper Sergio Rico, still waiting to be capped.

Iker Casillas – Porto Portugal
David de Gea – Manchester United England
Sergio Rico – Sevilla Spain

SpainSergio Ramos – Real Madrid Spain
Gerard Piqué – Barcelona Spain
Jordi Alba – Barcelona Spain
Juanfran – Atlético Madrid Spain
César Azpilicueta – Chelsea England
Juan Bernat – Bayern Germany
Marc Bartra – Barcelona Spain
Dani Carvajal – Real Madrid Spain

Andrés Iniesta – Barcelona Spain
Cesc Fàbregas – Chelsea England
David Silva – Manchester City England
Sergio Busquets – Barcelona Spain
Santi Cazorla – Arsenal England
Juan Mata – Manchester United England
Koke – Atlético Madrid Spain
Isco – Real Madrid Spain
Vitolo – Sevilla Spain

Pedro – Chelsea England
Diego Costa – Chelsea England
Paco Alcácer – Valencia Spain

Macedonia meets Luxembourg away on September 5, before returning home to face Spain three days later on its Independence Day.

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