A national football team has started preparations for the away matches against Armenia on 25 March and against Croatia on 28 March in Bursa in the UEFA European Championship 2024 (EURO 2024) qualifiers.
The training, which took place at the Hasan Dogan National Teams Camp and Training Facility in Riva, under the direction of Coach Stefan Kuntz, was open to the press.
Abdul Karim Bardaqji in the Al-Hilal team did not participate in the training due to his illness.
Mehmet Can Aydin and Umut Nair, who were invited to the national team for the first time, worked with the team throughout the training period.
Irfan Kan Kahveci, Samet Akaydin, Ferdi Kadioglu, Altay Bayender, Ismail Yoksek, Orkon Kukcu, Cengiz Onder, Enis Onal and Hakan Çelhanoğlu, who were in the candidate team and played league matches yesterday, did not participate in the field work. He stated that these players were working in the hall.
Dorukhan Tokuz, who was not in the nominated team, was also present at the national team’s training. It was reported that Dorokhan, who is continuing her treatment and who has begun field studies, spoke to trainer Stefan Koontz and took part in the study.
The training, which began with Stefan Kuntz’s speech to the players on the field, continued with warm-ups and passing exercises. The training was completed with station works and a miniature castle.
Turkish Football Federation (TFF) President Mehmet Buyukekci, TFF Board Member and National Team Manager Hamid Altintop and TFF General Secretary Kadir Kardaş also watched the training.
The Crescent Star team will continue its preparations with the training session that will be held tomorrow morning.
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