Match of the 27th round of the first football league: FK Mladá Boleslav – SFC Opava, April 17, 2021 in Mladá Boleslav. The author of the decisive goal was Jaromír Zmrhal from Boleslav.
Prague – Offensive all-rounder Ondřej Lingr from Slavia Prague dropped out of the nomination of the Czech national football team for the June matches in the Faroe Islands and Montenegro due to illness. The coach of the national team, Jaroslav Šilhavý, called up midfielder Jaromír Zmrhal instead. The team met today at noon in Prague.
Linger's absence is so far the only change in the original nomination, which numbered 25 names. “We were in contact with Ondra already at the end of last week. Dr. Petr Čechal mainly communicated with him. He has a virus and may also receive antibiotics,” said national team manager Tomáš Pešír in a press release.
Lingra has been replaced by another offensive player midfielder Zmrhal, who recently celebrated winning the Slovak title with Slovan Bratislava. In the Czech national team, the twenty-nine-year-old former Slavia player has a record of 22 starts and one goal. The last time he played for the national team was last November in preparation in Turkey.
The Czech team will have two matches during the June meeting. Šilhavé's men will first start on Saturday in the third match of the European Championship qualifiers in the Faroe Islands, and three days later they will appear in a preparatory duel in Montenegro.
This afternoon, the team will have its first training session in Prague, where it will prepare until Thursday , when he flies to Tórshavn. The team will prepare in Sparta's training center in Strahov on the artificial grass on which the match in the Faroe Islands will be played.
The only newcomer in the nomination is offensive all-rounder Jan Matoušek from Bohemians Praha 1905. Due to a lingering injury, the best is missing striker striker Patrik Schick. After Saturday's match, six players Vladimír Coufal, Tomáš Holeš, David Jurásek, Václav Jurečka, Ladislav Krejčí jr. and Jan Kuchta will be separated from the national team during the transfer to Montenegro during the stopover in Prague.
The Czech team has after the opening four points in two European qualification matches for a 3:1 home win over Poland and an unexpected away goalless draw in Moldova. The top two teams from each group will advance to the championship, which will be hosted by Germany next year.