Saturday, July 7, 2018

Sweden team 2018

Sweden coach Eric Hammer has called on several players from the under-21 U-21 side to qualify for the first two friendly matches on Tuesday.

Hammrin said he was looking forward to the friendly match that will take place during the Swedish team with his hosts Turkey on 24 of this month and then the confrontation with the Czech Republic five days later.

The Swedish team will meet Turkey and the Czech Republic in preparation for the team's tour in Euro 2016 in France.

Hammerin said he was not only looking at the readiness of the key elements of the European championship but also trying to put the players to some tests through these two matches.

Hamrin has 24 players on the Swedish team, led by veteran striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic of Paris St Germain.

The newcomers include promising defender Victor Nelson Lindelov, 21, Benfica defender Ludwig Augustenson, and Johannis Hopf, a 28-year-old Turkish goalkeeper.

The list also included Hamburg midfielder Inter Ikdal after recovering from a foot injury.

Sweden play in Group E in Euro 2016 next to Ireland, Belgium and Italy.

The Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who is opposed to his team-mate, is facing a desire to join his country at the World Cup hosted by Russia in June and July.

Arsenal goalkeeper Carl Johann Johnson, who is likely to be Sweden's goalkeeper, is opposed to Ibrahimovic's participation in the World Cup because he believes he will "disrupt the balance of form."

"We have qualified and reached the World Cup without him, and I think we can play well in Russia too, without the need for his services," Johnson told the Mirror newspaper.

"It's up to the coach if he wants to join us. I'm sure that if he joins us he will play very well with us."

"As a team we play as a group now, all the players are playing together, two singles as a player and a person, and the game will be played around. Instead, we are playing more collectively."

"It's a different way when you have a player like him, like Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi, because they are world-class players."

"You have to use these players to win and play in a special way, I do not know if the coach wants a big change, because he will have to change the entire system."

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has hinted in more than one statement over the past few days that he will play Sweden at the World Cup next summer.

Sweden, Germany, Mexico and South Korea are also in Group F.

The German newspaper Welt published a report on the controversy between Swedish coach Jan Anderson and Swedish star Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Anderson is very angry at Ibrahimovic, saying he is the only person qualified to select the squad, while he will not call the Swedish star, who has refused to join the national team in the past.

The newspaper said in its report, "Arab21", that the Swedish coach, Jan Anderson, on several occasions expressed his anger at the star Zlatan Ibrahimovic. During the 2018 World Cup in Russia, the Swedes will be in a difficult group, including both the German and Mexican national champions, as well as South Korea.

The newspaper said that the Swedish team will play a friendly match tonight in the city of Craiova against the Romanian team. Before the match, coach Anderson and retired striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic returned to the fore. "I have not contacted players who have previously refused to join the team," the Swedish coach said. "There is no doubt that I am the coach and the only person qualified to determine the squad," Anderson said.

Anderson's comments were tense, suggesting that the coach had entered into a dispute with the best footballer in Sweden's history. Perhaps the most interesting thing is that the Swedish team qualified for the 2018 World Cup led by Leipzig striker Emile Fochbri, without the participation of star Ibrahimovic.

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