National Teams Work – LIGABlatt – In Football Hours!

National Teams Work - LIGABlatt - In Football Hours!

During the international break, the top teams lose a significant number of their professionals, especially to the national teams. The LIGA leaflet gives an overview of the top Turkish clubs along with their respective highlights.

Fennerbash
A total of eleven players will send the “Canaries” to the respective national teams for the next few days. Along with Ozan Tufan, Alte Bayandr, Caner Erkin, Irfan Cain Kahavesi and Nazim Sangare, five of them belong to “Milli Takim”, who will play their first World Cup winner against the Netherlands next Wednesday at the Atatürk Olympic Stadium.
Other national players who have been sidelined are: Dimitris Pelkas (Greece), Marcel Tisserand (DR Congo), Eli Sameta (Tanzania), Mme Thiam (Senegal), Feria Kadiuslu (U21 Netherlands) and Attila Szalai (Hungary) .

Galatasaray
Along with the Turkish record champions, Taylan Antalyal and Ryan Donk celebrate their nomination debut with the national teams. While Tylan’s first invitation from Turkish coach Senol Gunnes seems a logical step after his success in the last few months, it is surprising that 34-year-old Ryan Donk was never called to Suriname. On Wednesday, the South American state will host the Cayman Islands in the CONCACAF Association’s World Cup qualification.
The other national players of “Loven” are: Luindama (DR Congo), Gadsen Fernandes (U21 Portugal), Caro Atebo (Nigeria), Henri Onyekerue (Nigeria), Sofiane Fagouli (Algeria), Ryan Babel (Netherlands) and Mustafa Mohammed (Egypt) ).

Besiktas
Not only is Atiba Hutchinson an active legend at Dolmabahe Palace, the 38-year-old midfield warrior is still highly regarded by the Canadian national team. This week, the six-time Canadian football player is expected to have his 85th international match – Atiba made his debut in January 2003.
Other national players of the “Black Eagles” are: Kyle Larin (Canada), Domgos Vida (Croatia), Vincent Abubakar (Cameroon), Rachid Ghejal (Algeria), Fabrice A’Sakala (DR Congo) and Ajdin Hasan (U21 Bosnia)

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