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Uruguay 2018 squads revealed

With simply eight days to go earlier than the FIFA U-17 Girls’s World Cup 2018 will get beneath approach in Uruguay, we now know the gamers who be ...

 

With simply eight days to go earlier than the FIFA U-17 Girls’s World Cup 2018 will get beneath approach in Uruguay, we now know the gamers who be will collaborating within the sixth version of the competitors, because the followers across the globe are launched to a number of the rising stars of ladies’s soccer.

Among the many 336 gamers chosen for the event, 24 of them have been concerned within the final version of the U-17 Girls’s World Cup at Jordan 2016. Extra just lately, 15 of the gamers chosen for this upcoming competitors appeared this previous August on the FIFA U-20 Girls’s World Cup France 2018.

Returning gamers embrace the Korea DPR trio of Ko Kyong-Hui, Pak Hye-Gyong and Ri Kum-Hyang, who appeared in all six of their group’s matches en path to the title at Jordan 2016. Spain’s Eva Navarro and Claudia Pina may even seem at Uruguay 2018 after scoring 5 objectives between the pair two years in the past, as La Rojita completed third on the final version of the event. Ghana midfielder Fuseina Mumuni, in the meantime, will probably be making her third consecutive look at a U-17 Girls’s World Cup. She was simply 12 years previous when she featured at Costa Rica 2014.

In the meantime, Canada and CONCACAF champions USA may even arrive with expertise of their ranks. Canadian quartet of Sophie Guilmette, Jordyn Huitema, Jayde Riviere and Caitlin Shaw, and the Stars and Stripes’ Jordan Canniff all return.

Starting on 13 November, this yr’s U-17 Girls’s World Cup will happen within the Uruguayan cities of Colonia de Sacramento, Maldonado and Montevideo, with the ultimate set for 1 December.

Portugal and Sweden identify preliminary squads

 
  • Portugal select 35 names in initial preliminary squad for Russia 2018
  • Sweden coach Janne Andersson named a provisional 23-man squad
  • Final 23-man squad lists will be published by FIFA on 4 June​

Portugal coach Fernando Santos has submitted a 35-man preliminary squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™.

There are 11 names in the 35 who made the final squad for Brazil 2014, including The Best FIFA Men’s Player Cristiano Ronaldo, Bruno Alves, Nani and William. 19 of the 35 were also named in the final 23 for last year’s FIFA Confederations Cup in Russia.

Two of the preliminary list – Eder and Manuel Fernandes – play their club football in Russia at Lokomotiv Moscow. If the pair make the final squad, they will likely feel right at home when Portugal head to the Luzhniki Stadium in Russia’s capital on 20 June for their second Group B game against Morocco.

A Seleção das Quinas will also face Spain (15 June, in Sochi) and Iran (25 June, in Saransk) in their Russia 2018 pool.

All squads are provisional until the final list of 23 players is announced by FIFA, following their submission by participating teams, on 4 June.

Portugal squad

Goalkeepers: Anthony Lopes (Olympique Lyonnais/France), Beto (Goztepe SK/Turkey), Rui Patricio (Sporting CP)

Defenders: Antunes (Getafe/Spain), Bruno Alves (Rangers/Scotland), Cedric (Southampton/England), Joao Cancelo (Internazionale/Italy), Jose Fonte (Dalian Aerbin/China PR), Luis Neto (Fenerbahce/Turkey), Mario Rui (Napoli/Italy), Nelson Semedo (Barcelona/Spain), Pepe (Besiktas/Turkey), Raphael Guerreiro (Borussia Dortmund/Germany), Ricardo (Porto), Rolando (Marseille/France), Ruben Dias (Benfica)

Midfielders: Adrien Silva (Leicester City/England), Andre Gomes (Barcelona/Spain), Bernardo Silva (Manchester City/England), Bruno Fernandes (Sporting CP), Joao Mario (West Ham United/England), Joao Moutinho (Monaco/France), Manuel Fernandes (Lokomotiv Moscow/Russia), Rony Lopes (Monaco), Ruben Neves (Wolverhampton Wanderers/England), Sergio Oliveira (Porto), William (Sporting CP)

Forwards: Andre Silva (AC Milan/Italy), Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid/Spain), Eder (Lokomotiv Moscow/Russia), Gelson Martins (Sporting CP), Goncalo Guedes (Valencia/Spain), Nani (Lazio/Italy), Paulinho (Braga), Ricardo Quaresma (Besiktas/Turkey)

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Sweden coach Janne Andersson has selected a provisional 23-man squad for Russia 2018, with every chosen player currently based with a club abroad.

“I can only pick 23 players for the World Cup,” Andersson said at Tuesday’s squad unveiling. “How much I wish I could bring 24 or more. It’s been very emotional for me, as I have called the players who didn’t make the squad. It was hard.”

Sweden squad

Goalkeepers: Robin Olsen (FC Copenhagen/Denmark), Karl-Johan Johnsson (Guingamp/France), Kristoffer Nordfeldt (Swansea City/Wales)

Defenders: Mikael Lustig (Celtic/Scotland), Victor Nilsson-Lindelof (Manchester United/England), Andreas Granqvist (Krasnodar/Russia), Martin Olsson (Swansea City/Wales), Ludwig Augustinsson (Werder Bremen/Germany), Filip Helander (Bologna/Italy), Pontus Jansson (Leeds United/England), Emil Krafth (Bologna/Italy)

Midfielders: Emil Forsberg (RB Leipzig/Germany), Albin Ekdal (Hamburg/ Germany), Viktor Claesson (Krasnodar/Russia), Gustav Svensson (Seattle Sounders/USA), Sebastian Larsson (Hull City/England), Jimmy Durmaz (Toulouse/France), Oscar Hiljemark (Genoa/Italy), Marcus Rohden (Crotone/Italy)

Forwards: Marcus Berg (Al Ain/UAE), Ola Toivonen (Toulouse/France), John Guidetti (Celta Vigo/Spain), Isaac Kiese-Thelin (Waasland-Beveren/Belgium)