10 ex-mugs coming to Euro 2020-Rapha Reject, £ 30m villain and forgotten defender – Soccer Sports

The euro has arrived and previewed to feature the current five stars of Newcastle United.

Here we will focus on former Magus participating in the long-awaited tournament this summer.

Here are the 10 that will appear on your TV screen next month:

Kevin Mbabu (Switzerland) – Benitez robbed Wolfsburg last summer and has grown stronger since the talent of the former NUFC U23 let him go. It may be in line with our own Fabian Schär.

Tim Krul (Netherlands) – New from the promotion to the Premier League with Norwich, the popular former mug is competing for the No. 1 spot in the Netherlands. It’s great to see him still getting stronger after the difficult end of his long stint at St. James’s Park!

Tamas Carder (Hungary) – Do you remember the name? A former NUFC youth, now 31 years old, is trading in Shandong Taishan, the Chinese Super League. Having won 57 caps in Hungary, he is a group of death with Spain, Germany and France, so he will cut his job to defend.

Gini Winal Dam (Netherlands) – Liverpool’s midfielder is on the verge of moving to Barcelona and will be the key man in the resurrected Dutch midfielder. It’s hard to believe this is the first tournament in seven years. They should have a candid group as they fight Ukraine, Austria and North Macedonia.

Matt Celz (Belgium) – The former Toon Flop was somewhat rebuilt in League One Strasbourg and was named Roberto Martinez of Belgium, one of the tournament’s favorites. But he isn’t expected to feature, as Real Madrid’s Thibaut Courtois and former McKem’s Simon Mignolet are in front of him in the lead.

Valentino Lazaro (Austria) – Our ex-Lone Star, strangely left behind by Steve Bruce, departs for Austria in a Group C clash with the Netherlands, Ukraine and North Macedonia. He gave a glimpse of clear quality with a short spell at SJP last season and is currently playing for Borussia Mönchengladbach on the Bundesliga side.

Grant Hanley (Scotland) – Norwich’s Big Defender succeeded in the season in the Canary Islands and was promoted to Top Flight in the first question. He has made 26 Scotland national teams and is expected to play with current NUFC winger Ryan Fraser.

Moussa Sissoko (France) – Sissoko crashed into France despite the overwhelming season at the Spurs. He has played 67 times at Les Bleus and is another former toon player who has entered the Euro2020 group of death.

Elsewhere, two former NUFC coaches are in charge of Scotland. Steve clerk And John CarverBoth are set to face England when the Scottish arrive at Wembley in the long-awaited clash on June 18.

– Soccer Sports

10 ex-mugs coming to Euro 2020-Rapha Reject, £ 30m villain and forgotten defender 10 ex-mugs coming to Euro 2020-Rapha Reject, £ 30m villain and forgotten defender

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