Malta’s U17′s football team in Hungary to participate in quadrangular tournament

Saturday, July 28, 2012, 15:41

As part of their preparation for their forthcoming competitive commitments the Malta Under 17 squad will be travelling to Hungary to participate in a quadrangular tournament between 1 and 6 August. Hosts Hungary, Israel and another team still to be announced will play one another in what should be a very useful work-out for the lads under the charge of Branko Nisevic who is assisted by Carmel Scerri.

 

The players in the 18-man squad will certainly be given the opportunity to integrate into a collective unit while also honing their individual skills and obtain much-needed international experience.

 

The delegation will be leaving Malta for Budapest via Frankfurt on Monday 30 July and are due to return via the same route on 6 August.

 

The programme of matches is as follows:

 

Match:                    HUNGARY vsMALTA

Date:                        WED,1st August 2012

Venue:                    Diosd Stadium

Kick-Off:                 17.30Hrs

 

Match:                    MALTA vs. ISRAEL

Date:                        THU,2nd August 2012

Venue:                    Telki Stadium

Kick-Off:                 17.30Hrs

 

Match:                    Match for Final Placing

Date:                        SUN,5th August2012

Venue:                    TBA

Kick-Off:                 TBA

MALTA  NATIONAL ’U17’ TEAM PLAYERS  (as on 27.07.12)
Goalkeepers
Matthew Grech – Pieta Hotspurs FC
Philip Shranz – Melita FC
Defenders
Beppe Jaccarini – Birkirkara FC
Karl Micallef – Pieta Hotspurs FC
Jurgen Sultana – Hibernians FC
Leon Zammit – Birkirkara FC
Kurt Zammit – Birkirkara FC
Defenders
James Brincat – Mosta FC
Andrew Cassar – Balzan FC
Juan Corbalan – Floriana FC
Ryan Cutajar – Mellieha SC
Neil Pace Cocks – Luxol St Andrews FC
Dunstan Vella – Hibernians FC
Axyl Xuereb – Sliema Wanderers FC
Dario Zampa – Valletta FC
Defenders
Anton Attard – Melita FC
Jurgen Degabriele – Hibernians FC
Glen Tabone – Floriana FC




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