Niccol Fagioli calls on Italy under-21s to win European Championship

Niccol Fagioli calls on Italy under-21s to win European Championship

Now tattooed on blue skin. He did not have time to complete his internship with Roberto Mancini, and Piacenza Nicolo Fagioli returned to wear the Italian jersey. This time it was about the Under-21 team and the coach Paulo Nicoloto’s recall for the European Championship.

Leading Sweden by 17 points and three points in Group F, second with one more game to go, Italy return to the field for the last three matches of the Under-21 group, aiming to maintain a record worthy of a direct pass. European Championship.

Coach Nicoloto calls 26 blue players: first call for 2000 Class Napoli defender Alessandro Sanoli. Tyrrhenia will face the Blue Group, which will meet at the CPO on Sunday at 12 noon and begin preparations in the afternoon. He will play against Sweden on June 6 at Luxembourg (6pm, Municipal de la Ville Stadium) in Deferdang, and on June 9 at Helsingburg (Olympia Stadium) at the Sino e Lilo del Duca Stadium in Ascoli. (5.30pm) will host the final match of the group against the Republic of Ireland on June 14.

Fifty years later, Italy defeated the Irish 2-0 in a friendly in Dublin last November, and Yugoslavia won 2-1 in a friendly on 23 February 1972.

Caller list

Goalkeepers: Marco Carnegie (Cremonis), Alessandro Plissari (Lese), Stefano Turatti (Regina);

Defenders: Raul Bellanova (Cagliari), Andrea Cambiasso (Genova), Simone Canestrelli (Crotone), Andrea Carboni (Cagliari), Matteo Lovato (Cagliari), Caleb Ocoli (Cremonio), Fabori ( Giacomo Quagliata (Heracles Almelo), Matthias Witty (Empoli), Ienoma Destiny Udogi (Udinese), Alessandro Sanoli (Naples);

Midfielders: Eduardo Bow (Rome), Niccol Fagioli (Cremonis), Gianluca Guitano (Cremonis), Filippo Ranocchia (Vicenza), Niccol റ Rowella (Genoa);

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Forwards: Niccol Cambiagi (Pordinone), Lorenzo Colombo (Spall), Sebastiano Esposito (Basel), Pietro Pellegri (Turin), Emmanuel Vignato (Bologna), Kelvin K. Yebova (Genoa).

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