Team captain Franco Voda has nominated his 26-man squad to prepare for the UEFA Euro 2020 tournament on Monday. Heinz Lindner, Philip Moyni, Hussain Pali and Adrian Gurbich are on the list.
“We have had a lot of discussions in the coaching team over the past few days about personalities. We decided in advance that we would prepare with 26 players. It was a tough decision, especially on the human side, we spoke to four players. Team leader Franco Fouda said on a broadcast.
Players will arrive at the AVITA Resort in Bad Tatzmannsdorf on the afternoon of May 27, and training begins May 28. On June 1, ÖFB will set off for Middlesbrough, where a test match against England is scheduled for June 2 at 9 pm and the national team will then go to Vienna to prepare for the final endurance test against the European Nations Cup on June 6 at 5.30 pm at Ernst Abel Stadium against Slovakia. The team base camp will relocate in Seefeld on June 8th.
A glimpse of Austria’s squad in the European Nations Cup
Specifications: Daniel Bachmann (Watford / England), Paavau Pervan (Wolfsburg / Gere), Alexander Schleger (Lusk)
defense: David Alaba (Bayern Munich / Germany), Alexander Dragovic (Bayer 04 Leverkusen / Gere), Marco Friedel (SV Werder Bremen / Gere), Martin Hinterger (Eintracht Frankfurt), Stefan Linner (Borussia Moenchengladbach / Gere), Philipp Linhart (S C) Freiburg / GER, Stefan Bosch (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim / GER), Christopher Tremel (1. FC Union Berlin / GER), Andreas ULMER (FC Red Bull Salzburg)
Medfield: Julian Baumgartlinger (Bayer 04 Leverkusen / GER), Christoph Baumgartner (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim / GER), Florian Grelich (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim / GER), Stefan Ilsanker (Eintracht Frankfurt / GER), Konrad Leimer (RB, Valentino / Leipzig) (Borussia) Moenchengladbach / Germany), Marcel Sabitzer (Leipzig / Gere), Louis Schopp (FC Luzern / Switzerland), Xavier Schlager (Wolfsburg / Germany), Alessandro Schopf (FC Schalke 04 / Gere)
Storm: Marco Arnautovic (Shanghai Port / China), Michael Gregorich (FC Augsburg / Gere), Sasa Kalagdzyk (VFB Stuttgart / Gere), Karim Onisio (1. FSV Mainz 05 / Gere)
In a call: Heinz Lindner (Basel / Switzerland), Jörg Sebenhandel (SK Sturm Graz) Cecan Stankovic (FC Red Bull Salzburg), Richard Stribinger (SK Rapid); Philip Moyni (1. FSV Mainz 05 / GER),Gernot TRAUNER (LASK), Maximilian Ullmann (SK Rapid) Maximilian Whopper (Red Bull Salzburg); Hossein Balik (Lask),Youssef Demir (SK Rapid), Thomas Goinger (Lusk), Raphael Holzzer (Beerschot VA / BEL), Jacob Gancher (SK Sturm Graz), Florian Keynes (1. FC Colon / Gere), Reinhold Ranvettel (LASK),Stephan Schwab (PAOK Saloniki / GRE); Adrian GRBIC (FC Lorient / FRA), Erkan Kara (SK Rapid)
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