Romania, LIVE TEXT, 21:45, in the League of Nations. The “Tricolors” want to make their debut in the new edition

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Montenegro – Romania, LIVE TEXT, 21:45, in the League of Nations

UPDATE | Before the match with Montenegro, Edi Iordănescu (43 years old) and the tricolors were visit in camp by Anghel Iordănescu (72 years old), former national team coach. The current coach of Romania says that Anghel Iordănescu is always an inspiration for him in his coaching career, considering the performances obtained with the first representative of “Tata Puiu”.

UPDATE | Montenegrin coach Miodrag Radulovic (54) said his students would be prepared for anything in the match with Romania and they will give everything on the field to obtain the three points at stake.

It will be the first important test for the “tricolors” under the command of the new coach, Edi Iordănescu, after the friendly matches with Greece (0-1) and Israel (2-2). If in these duels there was not so much emphasis on results, even if they were counted in the FIFA hierarchy, the matches in the League of Nations have a huge stake: they secure three places at the European Championship in 2024, among the teams that did not win this right in the preliminaries.

Therefore, Romania has every reason to win the group it belongs to (League B, Group 3), along with Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Finland.

The two national teams know each other quite well. They have met four times in the last six years, sharing their points somewhat: a Romanian victory, a Montenegro victory and two draws.

  • 04.09.2016 (prel. CM 2018): Romania – Montenegro 1-1 (A.Popa 85 / Jovetic 87)
  • 04.09.2017 (prel. CM 2018): Montenegro – Romania 1-0 (Jovetic 75)
  • 07.09.2018 (League of Nations): Romania – Montenegro 0-0
  • 11/20/2018 (League of Nations): Montenegro – Romania 0-1 (Țucudean 44)

The two national teams are going through a similar change of generations. I’m looking for a winning formula that will bring the much desired qualifications to the final tournaments.

If we missed the World Cup tie against Iceland (0-0), Montenegro had no chance (12 points) in an extremely complicated group, with the Netherlands (23 points), Turkey (21 points) and Norway (18p).

Basically, Montenegro alternated the good moments (2-2 with the Netherlands, at home; 2-2 with Turkey, away), with the worst (0-0 with Latvia, at home), in the last campaign, so it can be a extremely unpredictable national level.

League B program, Group 3, from the League of Nations 2022-2023, in June

June 4, 2022
Finland – Bosnia and Herzegovina 19:00
Montenegro – ROMANIA 21:45.

June 7, 2022
Bosnia and Herzegovina – ROMANIA 21:45
Finland – Montenegro 21:45.

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.

Romania’s team for the four games in June, in the League of Nations:

porter: Florin Nita (Sparta Prague | Czech Republic, 15/0), Marian Aioane (Constanța Lighthouse, 0/0), Horațiu Moldovan (FC Rapid 1923, 0/0), Ștefan tarnovanu (FCSB, 0/0)

defense: Andrew Ratiu (Huesca | Spain, 6/0), Cristian Mane (CFR Cluj, 16/2), Adrian Russian (Fehervar | Hungary, 12/0), Iulian crystal (FCSB, 3/0), Virgil JOEL (KS Krakow | Poland, 1/0), Vlad Chiricheş (Sassuolo | Italy, 71/0), Andrei Burca (CFR Cluj, 9/0), Nicușor Bench (University of Craiova, 23/1), Mario Camor (CFR Cluj, 7/0), Marius Stefanescu (Sepsis OSK, 0/0)

midfielders: Deian Sorescu (Rakow Czestochowa | Poland, 5/0), Alexandru Cicâldău (Galatasaray | Turkey, 22/3), Darius Olaru (FCSB, 3/0), Alexandru Maximum (Gaziantep FK | Turkey, 52/6), Sergiu Hance (KS Krakow | Poland, 5/0), Florin Tanase (FCSB, 11/1), Octavian Popescu (FCSB, 2/0), Nicolae Peacock (Sepsi OSK, 0/0), Valentin Mihaila (Atalanta | Italy, 7/1), Alexandru MITRA (PAOK Thessaloniki | Greece, 17/3), Alexander Cretu (University of Craiova, 5/0), Răzvan Marine (Cagliari | Italy, 37/2), Marius Marine (Pisa | Italy, 3/0)

ATTACKERS: Denis Alibec (Atromitos | Greece, 23/2), Andrei Ivan (University of Craiova, 15/1), George PUŞCAŞ (Pisa | Italy, 27/8)

Montenegro’s team for the match with Romania

porter: Milan Mijatovic (MTK), Danijel Petkovic (Angers), Milos Dragojevic (Buducnost), Andrija Dragojevic (Decic).

defense: Stefan Savic (Atletico), Zarko Tomasevic (Tobol), Adam Marusic (Lazio), Marko Vesovic (Qarabag), Risto Radunovic (FCSB), Igor Vujacic (Partizan), Nikola Sipcic (Tenerife), Andrija Vukcevic (Rijeka), Milos Milovic (Vozdovac), Sasa Balic (Zaglebie).

midfielders: Marko Jankovic (Hapoel Tel Aviv), Aleksandar Scekic (Zaglebie), Sead Haksabanovic (Djurgardens), Milutin Osmajic (Bandirmaspor), Marko Vukcevic (UTA), Vukan Savicevic (Samsunspor), Ilija Vukotic (Boavista), Dritvarda Cam , Vladimir Jovovic (Sutjeska), Milos Raickovic (Buducnost), Drasko Bozovic (Decic), Vladan Bubanja (Sutjeska), Vasilije Terzic (Buducnost).

ATTACKERS: Stevan Jovetic (Hertha Berlin), Stefan Mugosa (Incheon United), Nikola Krstovic (Dunajska Streda), Fatos Beciraj (Decic), Balsa Sekulic (Iskra), Viktor Djukanovic (Buducnost).

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