“Heads up for Europeans in Sweden”

"Heads up for Europeans in Sweden"

Tyrrhenia (Pizza) – Italy Under-21 prepares to face three crucial matches to qualify for the European Championships in 2023 in Georgia and Romania: Technical Commissioner’s Blue Team Paulo Nicoloto They will face Luxembourg, Sweden, Republic of Ireland between June 6 and 14. “There are players with problems and we expect the situation to return to normal – Nicoloto warns at a press conference in Tirenia, the home of the Under-21 meeting – We do not have a thousand players, we will have a few more problems, but our will is to do our best and maximize, we are working for it. I come from difficulties and I enjoy it as much as I can“.

Direct confrontation with Sweden

The match against Sweden is, after all, the heaviest in Group F’s rankings, with Italy: “In Sweden, where they still play the championship, it will be a direct match – Azurini’s coach continues – We were in this situation in the only game we lost. I say this to stay awakeIf we are not physically fit we will have big problems. I expect nothing more than what they can do from the players, they are here because they deserve it, I’m not looking for answers: it must be a group of boys who want to raise the bar and test themselves.“. Azurini leads the group with 17 points (Played 7 out of 10 games), Sweden (played 8 games) on the 14th and Ireland 13 (played 7 games). The first will qualify directly for 2023 euros while the second in the standings will have to advance to the playoffs. Underlining how the now-defunct Serie B Championship continues to be a reference point, Nicoloto hopes it will end. Some misfortunes In the process of implementing a selection of young youngsters who have been punished for working in championships: “It is a fact that young people are low and we can start a big discussion about the reasons why they do not play.

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