Players on international duty Nov '17 page 12

Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by karen7, 28 Aug 2016.

  1. karen7


    4 Feb 2010
    There used to be a list on the OS but i can't find it
    Assume sergio,nico and maybe zab called up
    Dinho is not going
  2. Burtonblue


    7 Nov 2010
    Thank Christ for that!
  3. HenryNacho


    22 Apr 2012
    I looked it up, he wasn't called up. Not sure why though.
  4. karen7


    4 Feb 2010
    Bravo not going away and sergio has pulled out citing injury
  5. blueparrot


    7 Jun 2012
    Considering the derby is Saturday morning and we have a game on the Tuesday. With the players that seem to be left behind could we put out a team that has had two weeks to prepare for the derby and save most of our internationals for the cl game ?
    Left behind
    Bravo, Cabellero, Sagna, Kompany,Kolarov ?, Fernando, Fernandinho, Delph, Gundogan, Navas, Aguero, Sane.
  6. fergal_oc


    12 Dec 2011
    Bbc reporting Sergio isn't going to Argentina because of a calf injury
  7. law74


    16 Feb 2007
    uncivil servent
    backing three legged donkeys
    Play a weakened side against trafford?
    I want as strong a side as possible, hijack moaninhos bus and dump it in the ship canal as we hammer them out of sight
  8. blueparrot


    7 Jun 2012
    Apart from Silva and Stones , who could be added its not weak, I was thinking a well prepared rested team rather than rushing back players that had been playing and travelling. Its unusual to have so may players left behind lets make the most of it.
  9. karen7


    4 Feb 2010
    Sam Allardyce’s first England squad includes three Blues with Joe Hart, John Stones and Raheem Sterling all with a chance to feature against Slovakia in Trnava on September 4.
    David Silva and Nolito are the club’s representatives in La Roja’s squad that will travel to the King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels before welcoming Liechtenstein to the Reino de Leon in northern Spain on September 5.
    Kevin De Bruyne may also feature in that friendly between his country and Spain on September 1 after he was included in Roberto Martinez’s first Belgium squad.
    De Bruyne and his teammates will then travel on to Nicosia where they will face Cyprus in their first World Cup qualifier on September 6.
    Despite his international suspension, Aleksandar Kolarov is to join up with his Serbia teammates to provide support for their qualifier in Belgrade against the Republic of Ireland on September 5.
    In South America, Pablo Zabaleta and Nicolas Otamendi’s Argentina will face Uruguay at the Estadio Malvinas Argentinas in Mendoza on September 2. They will then face Venezuela on Wednesday September 7.
    Finally, Kelechi Iheanacho is part of the Nigeria squad scheduled to face Tanzania in Uyo on September 3.
  10. cibaman


    13 Nov 2008
    Is it normal practice to release a suspended player to provide support?

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