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Guy Luzon Names Israel U21 Squad For Euros On Home Soil

Israel have named their squad for the upcoming European Under 21 Championship.

The tournament is on home soil for Guy Luzon’s side, who admits the pressure is on to perform in front of home fans.

Israel’s first game is 5th June against Norway before taking on Italy and England in their other group games.

Full squad

Goalkeepers: Boris Kleyman (Hapoel Tel-Aviv FC), Arie Yanko (Hakoah Maccabi Amidar Ramat Gan FC), Barak Levi (Maccabi Tel-Aviv FC).

Defenders: Ofir Davidzade (Hapoel Beer Sheva FC), Ben Vahaba (Hapoel Beer Sheva FC), Ahad Azam (Hapoel Haifa FC), Edi Gotlib (Hapoel Akko FC), Omri Ben Harush (Maccabi Netanya FC), Ido Levi (Maccabi Netanya FC), Taleb Twatha (Maccabi Haifa FC), Eliazer Dasa (Beitar Jerusalem FC), Ofer Verta (FC Ashdod).

Midfielders: Ofir Krieff (Beitar Jerusalem FC), Nir Biton (FC Ashdod), Marouan Kabah (Maccabi Petach-Tikva FC), Eyal Golasa (Maccabi Haifa FC), Omri Altman (Fulham FC), Sintayehu Sallalich (Hapoel Kiryat Shmona FC), Israel Zaguri (Hapoel Ramat Gan FC).

Forwards: Orr Barouch (Bnei Yehuda Tel-Aviv FC), Mohammed Kalibat (Bnei Sakhnin FC), Alon Turgeman (Maccabi Haifa FC), Moanes Dabour (Maccabi Tel-Aviv FC).

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About Tom Bennett

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