U-21: personnel situation in the Tbilisi camp of the youth national team of Ukraine

On Saturday, November 19, the youth national team of Ukraine held the first of two scheduled control matches in Tbilisi, drawing with the youth team of Israel — 1: 1.

And tomorrow, November 21, in Gori, 60 km from the Georgian capital, the blue and yellow team will hold a sparring match with the local team. By the way, before this game, the Georgians brought in three performers of the national team, among them is the midfielder Giorgiy Tsitaishvili - a player who belongs to Kyiv "Dynamo", and currently plays for the Polish "Lech" on loan.

However, we are more concerned about the personnel situation in the Ukrainian youth camp, which, unfortunately, has negative aspects.

Mykola Kuharevich arrived from the Scottish "Hibernian" with an injury. If he did not play on Saturday, he will not help the team in the second match either.

"Ingulets" midfielder Danylo Kravchuk was injured already during the training session, and "Rukh" defender Vitaly Roman suffered a nose injury in the first half of the match against the Israelis. The examination, fortunately, did not reveal a fracture, but a serious hematoma will prevent the football player from taking part in the second meeting.

We should also add that by agreement with the clubs, the defender of the Czech "Slovan" Maksym Talovyerov and the midfielder of "Chornomorets" Maksym Bragaru left the team's camp.

Considering all the circumstances, the head coach of the youth national team, Ruslan Rotan, called up two players - Shakhtar's midfielder Kyryl Sigheev and Oboloni's forward Ihor Krasnopir.

The match between Georgia and Ukraine will take place on November 21 in Gori at the Tengiz Burjanadze Stadium. It starts at 18.00:16.00 local time (XNUMX:XNUMX Kyiv time).  

The composition of the youth national team of Ukraine before the match with Georgia

Goalkeepers: Yakov Kinareykin (Dnipro-1), Denys Tvardovskyi (Shakhtar), Kiril Fesyun (Kolos).

Defenders: Rostyslav Lyakh, Denys Slyusar (both "Rukh"), Maryan Farina ("Shakhtar"), Denys Kuzyk ("Colossus"), Roman Yakuba ("Valmiera, Latvia").

Midfielders: Ivan Zhelizko (Valmiera, Latvia), Oleksiy Kashchuk (Sabah, Azerbaijan), Maxim Kucheryavy (St. Johnstone, Scotland), Marko Sapuga (Rukh), Denis Bunchukov (Seren, Belgium), Artem Kulakovsky ("Vorskla"), Mykola Mykhaylenko ("Zorya"), Kyrylo Sigheev ("Shakhtar").

Forwards: Danylo Honcharuk (Lleida, Spain), Ihor Krasnopir (Obolon). 

Let's add that according to the results of the Euro-2023 (U-21) draw, which had happened On October 18, Ukraine got into group B, where they face Romania, Spain and Croatia. Our team will begin its journey with a match against Croatia, which takes place on June 21 next year in Bucharest, Romania.

Euro-2023 (U-21). Calendar

Group Round

Group A: Georgia, Portugal, Belgium, Netherlands.

21.06.2023

Georgia — Portugal 19.00 (Tbilisi)

Belgium — Netherlands 19.00 (Tbilisi)

24.06.2023

Georgia — Belgium 19.00 (Tbilisi)

Portugal — Netherlands 19.00 (Tbilisi)

27.06.2023

Netherlands — Georgia 19.00 (Tbilisi)

Portugal — Belgium 19.00 (Tbilisi)

Group B: Romania, Spain, Ukraine, Croatia.

21.06.2023

Ukraine — Croatia 19.00 (Bucharest)

Romania — Spain 21.45 (Bucharest)

24.06.2023

Romania - Ukraine 19.00 (Bucharest)

Spain — Croatia 21.45 (Bucharest)

27.06.2023

Croatia — Romania 21.45 (Bucharest)

Spain - Ukraine 21.45 (Bucharest)

Group C: Czech Republic, England, Germany, Israel.

22.06.2023

Czech Republic — England 19.00 (Batumi)

Germany - Israel 19.00 (Kutaisi)

25.06.2023

Czech Republic — Germany 19.00 (Batumi)

England — Israel 19.00 (Kutaisi)

28.06.2023

England — Germany 19.00 (Batumi)

Israel — Czech Republic 19.00 (Kutaisi)

Group D: Norway, Switzerland, France, Italy.

22.06.2023

Norway — Switzerland 19.00 (Cluj-Napoca)

France — Italy 21.45 (Cluj-Napoca)

25.06.2023

Switzerland — Italy 19.00 (Cluj-Napoca)

Norway — France 21.45 (Cluj-Napoca)

28.06.2023

Switzerland — France 21.45 (Cluj-Napoca)

Italy — Norway 21.45 (Cluj-Napoca)

Quarterfinals

01.07.2023

A1 — C2 19.00

B1 — D2 22.00

02.07.2023

C1 — A2 19.00

D1 — B2 22.00

Semifinals

05.07.2023

Winner of quarter-final 1 - winner of quarter-final 3 19.00

Winner of quarter-final 2 - winner of quarter-final 4 22.00

Final

08.07.2023

Winner of semi-final 1 - winner of semi-final 2 19.00

The match start time for Kiev is specified.

Four stadiums in Romania (two in Cluj-Napoca and two in Bucharest) and four in Georgia (in Batumi, Kutaisi and two in Tbilisi) will host the matches of the tournament with the participation of 16 national teams. The opening match will take place in Romania, and the final - in Georgia.

The three best teams of Euro 2023 (except France and England) will receive tickets to the 2024 Olympic Games.

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