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  • Things Romania – Finlandfrom the third round of the League of Nations groups, will be available to watch on Saturday, from 21:45, in LIVE TEXT format on digisport.ro.

UPDATE 14:00. Andrei Ivan and Cristi Manea, OUT from the group of 23 players for the match with Finland. Darius Olaru, on the game sheet. DETAILS HERE

UPDATE 12:15 p.m.. Romanians voted unequivocally: 65% believe that the “tricolors” will lose the confrontation with Finland. DETAILS HERE

UPDATE 12:06 p.m.. “Chiricheș and Maxim have nothing to look for in the national team. What did you do?”. Former Romanian champion, disturbed by the selection. DETAILS HERE

UPDATE 11:11 p.m.. Edi Iordănescu, mercilessly attacked: “To give the salary to Anghel Iordănescu. That clause is a spell, let’s be fair”. DETAILS HERE


With two defeats, from two games, both played away, 0-2 in Montenegro and 0-1 with Bosnia, the tricolors want to remedy the situation in the first match played on the new Rapid Stadium, in front of crowded grandstands.

Romania: Fl. Niță – Rațiu, Chiricheș, Burcă, Bancu – D. Olaru, M. Marin, Cicâldău – Hanca, G. Pușcaș, Oct. Popescu
Coach: Edi Iordănescu

Finland: Hrádecký – Alho, L. Väisänen, Ivanov, O’Shaughnessy, Uronen – Lod, Schüller, Kamara – Pukki, Pohjanpalo
Coach: Markku Kanerva

Edi Iordănescu (43 years old) recorded three defeats and a draw in his first four games at the helm of the “tricolors” and the first voices challenging him have already appeared.

However, FRF, through the voice of the technical director Mihai Stoichiță, claims that the Federation did not draw a conclusion regarding the national team after the first two games and is waiting for the end of the action in June to do so.

I don’t think an explanation can be found so quickly. I will analyze after all four matches are over. I’m not venturing out because a lot of people might contradict me tomorrow.

They were extremely objective people in the analysis of the games that were, of the players that participated“, Said Mihai Stoichiță, in an interview given exclusively to Digi Sport journalist Marian Codirlă.

These two games are decisive (No- with Finland and Montenegro) for Edi Iordănescu?“Stoichiță was asked, and the answer came promptly:”No, they are not decisive. No way. I don’t think it’s appropriate to think about the contract. The contract is guaranteed.

In recent years I have changed I don’t know how many selectors, even very good ones. We have to be extremely careful (no- hinted that players are more to blame for the current situation than the selector). That’s why I say, let the four matches pass and the objective reality should come to the surface“, Concluded the FRF official.

When installed on the technical bench of Romania, Edi Iordănescu acknowledged that he has an intermediate goal in the contract: ranking on the first two places in the League of Nations group. If the “tricolors” occupy the third position, there will be a meeting in which the pluses and minuses brought by the selector during this period will be analyzed, and the last place would most likely mean dismissal.

The Romanian Football Federation has announced that tickets for the match with Finland are no longer available, while for the return match with Bosnia around 1,800 tickets are still available.

We play with the stadium full! Tickets for the match with Finland, scheduled for Saturday, June 11, at 9:45 p.m., are no longer available.

The last tickets were purchased this morning. Instead, for the match with Montenegro, which will take place on Tuesday, June 14, the fans can still get tickets. About 1,800 more tickets are available!“, Announced FRF, on the official website.

The new stadium of Rapid, the one where the matches with Finland and Montenegro will be played, has a capacity of 14,050 seats.

Program Group 3, League B, in the League of Nations 2022-2023

In the League of Nations, Romania’s program includes two more matches in June and two in September, after which FRF will draw the line and see if the national team will continue with the same coach.

They have played

June 4, 2022
Finland – Bosnia and Herzegovina 1-1
Montenegro – ROMANIA 2-0

June 7, 2022
Bosnia and Herzegovina – ROMANIA 1-0
Finland – Montenegro 2-0

They still have a dispute

TODAY. June 11, 2022
Montenegro – Bosnia and Herzegovina 16:00
ROMANIA – Finland 21:45.

June 14, 2022
Bosnia and Herzegovina – Finland 21:45
ROMANIA – Montenegro 21:45.

September 23, 2022
Bosnia and Herzegovina – Montenegro 21:45
Finland – ROMANIA 21:45

September 26, 2022
Montenegro – Finland 21:45
ROMANIA – Bosnia and Herzegovina 21:45.

Ranking

Ranking Romania League of Nations / Photo: flashscore.ro

Lot Romania for the June matches in the League of Nations

porter: Florin Nita (Sparta Prague | Czech Republic, 16/0), Marian Aioane (Constanța Lighthouse, 0/0), Horațiu Moldovan (FC Rapid 1923, 0/0), Ștefan tarnovanu (FCSB, 0/0)

defense: Andrew Ratiu (Huesca | Spain, 7/0), Cristian Mane (CFR Cluj, 16/2), Adrian Russian (Fehervar | Hungary, 13/0), Virgil JOEL (KS Krakow | Poland, 1/0), Vlad Chiricheş (Sassuolo | Italy, 72/0), Andrei Burca (CFR Cluj, 9/0), Nicușor Bench (University of Craiova, 24/1), Mario Camor (CFR Cluj, 7/0), Marius Stefanescu (Sepsis OSK, 0/0)

midfielders: Deian Sorescu (Rakow Czestochowa | Poland, 5/0), Alexandru Cicâldău (Galatasaray | Turkey, 23/3), Darius Olaru (FCSB, 4/0), Alexandru Maximum (Gaziantep FK | Turkey, 53/6), Sergiu Hance (KS Krakow | Poland, 5/0), Florin Tanase (FCSB, 12/1), Octavian Popescu (FCSB, 2/0), Nicolae Peacock (Sepsi OSK, 0/0), Valentin Mihaila (Atalanta | Italy, 8/1), Alexandru MITRA (PAOK Thessaloniki | Greece, 18/3), Alexander Cretu (University of Craiova, 6/0), Răzvan Marine (Cagliari | Italy, 38/2), Marius Marine (Pisa | Italy, 3/0)

ATTACKERS: Denis Alibec (Atromitos | Greece, 24/2), Andrei Ivan (University of Craiova, 16/1), George PUŞCAŞ (Pisa | Italy, 27/8)

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