Several Slavia players leave for international duty during the following week. Have a quick look, where to expect the red-whites.
Czech RepublicThere were Jaromír Zmrhal, Tomáš Souček and Josef Hušbauer in the initial nomination of the new Czech national team manager (and former Slavia coach) Jaroslav Šilhavý. Josef Hušbauer eventually does not travel for the games of UEFA Nations League because of the back injury. In late nomination, defenders Ondřej Kúdela and Vladimír Coufal joined the squad.
13 October, 3 pm, Slovakia – Czech Republic, Live on ČT Sport
16 October, 8:54 pm, Ukraine – Czech Republic, Live on ČT Sport
CameroonTwo games of Africa Cup of Nations qualification for Cameroon against Malawi are ahead of our defender Michael Ngadeu, who captained the Indomitable Lions in last game against Comoros.
12 October, 4:30 pm, Cameroon – Malawi
16 October, 2:30 pm, Malawi – Cameroon
Czech Republic U21Four Slavia players were called to Czech U21 national team for the final part of EURO U21 qualification. The “Lion Cubs” play against Belorussia and Moldavia. Jan Matoušek is the only player who is part of Slavia first team as well, the other three – Matěj Chaluš, Jan Kuchta a Daniel Trubač – are currently playing on loan.
11 October, 6 pm, Belorussia U21 – Czech Republic U21
15 October, 5 pm Czech Republic U21 – Moldavia U21
Slovakia U21Slavia goalkeeper Martin Vantruba was called to the Slovak U21 national team. He will take part in games against Estonia home and Northern Ireland away.
12 October, 8:30 pm, Slovakia U21 – Estonia U21
16 October, 8:30 pm, Northern Ireland U21 – Slovakia U21
Azerbaijan U21The last game of European qualification lies ahead of Azerbaijani U21 national team which travels to Norway. Slavia U21 winger/forward Farid Nabiyev is part of the squad.
16 October, 6:15 pm, Norway U21 – Azerbaijan U21