The New Zealand Federation has released a list of athletes who flew to Tokyo to compete in the 2020 Olympics.
One month before the start of the Tokyo Olympics, the New Zealand Football Association announced the selected players for the trip to Japan and to preserve the colors. Olivitz. Ryan Thomas, who had already been retained, was lost BSV, Danny Hay, national team coach Always (Choice A) and Olivitz (U23), initially disappointed by Sarpreet Singh, unavailable by Bayern: “I think both parties would love to have him there. I know he was very excited, but the truth is, he’s at a crossroads in his life …”. The German club’s current owner, who was relegated to the fourth division after winning the same division the previous season, will now have to make a choice for the rest of his life: “It’s absolutely important to him that if we take him to the Olympics, it’s impossible for a team to borrow him..
The final list is interesting on paper, especially with the contribution of Chris Wood (twenty-nine) on the front of the attack. Center forward Burnley Finished a season with thirty-seven games and twelve goals. Hey looking for Michael Boxall (thirty-two) and his thirty-three hats Minnesota United, And wait for the return West Ham Winston Reid (thirty-two) check, promotion Premier League With Brentford he was in debt this season and counted twenty-five caps Always. In the case of the London Club’s denial, Tim Payne Wellington Phoenix Takes its place. Eight of the fifteen players under the age of twenty-four have already been called up to A, namely Elijah Just, Callum McWatt, Joe Bell, Clayton Lewis, Liberto Caucasus, Dan Ingham, Nando Bijnaker and goalkeeper Cole Michael Wood. Danny Hay also called Joey Champnas, which was recently spotted in the land of Silver Fern. The footballer took a year off to dedicate himself to rap and has returned to the football scene Brisbane roar. A good return to the championship A-League This gives him a place on the New Zealand list.
The Olivitz Facing South Korea (July 22), Honduras (July 25) Then Romania (July 28). Danny Haye’s goal is to maintain this selection, which has never been less successful in the Olympics.
Goalkeepers: Michael Wood (Almer City FC, Netherlands), Jamie Searle (Swansea City U23, Wales).
Defenders: George Stanger (Hamilton Academic FC, Scotland), Winston Reid * (West Ham, England) or Tim Payne (Wellington Phoenix, New Zealand), Nando Bijnaker (Rio Ave FC, Portugal), without Dan Ingham (Club) Shanti, Greece), Liberto Caucasus (Sind-Droydon, Belgium) and Michael Boxall * (Minnesota United FC, USA).
Midfielders: Gianni Stensness (Central Coast Mariners, Australia), Marco Stamenik (FC Copenhagen U19, Denmark), Clayton Lewis (Wellington Phoenix, New Zealand), Elijah Just (FC Helsinger, Denmark), Joanne Sampane (Viking FK Stavanger, Norway).
Attackers: Chris Wood * (Burnley FC, Angleterrey), Ben Wayne (Wellington Phoenix) and Time McWatt (FC Helsinger, Denmark).
Residents (based in Tokyo): Matthew Corbett (Falconbergs FF, Sweden), Ben Old, Alex Paulson and Sam Sutton (Wellington Phoenix).
Residents (not in Tokyo): Myr Bevan (DS Galaxy, South Africa), James McCurry (Wellington Phoenix) and Owen Parker-Price (Dorsland IK, Sweden).
* Invited players over the age of twenty-four.
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