Slovakian coach Ladislav Jerkemik has named his squad to face England in Bratisl
Slovakian coach Ladislav Jerkemik has named his squad to face England in Bratislava in ten-days time with six changes to the squad defeated by Turkey last month.
Middlesbrough striker Szilard Nemeth, who has hit three Premiership goals this season, gets a chance to face with his club manager and England coach, Steve McClaren, after missing the trip to Istanbul.
Two players familiar to English fans to be left out of the squad are Stanislav Varga, the former Sunderland defender, and West Ham United's Vladimir Labant. They can probably look at their lack of first team football recently as the reason.
Here is the full squad for the Group 7 Euro 2004 Qualifying match;
Miroslav Konig (FC Zurich/Switzerland),
Juraj Bucek (Skoda Xanthi/Greece)
Peter Hlinka (Schwarz-Weiss Bregenz/Austria),
Miroslav Karhan (VfL Wolfsburg/Germany),
Marian Cisovsky (Inter Bratislava),
Maros Klimpl (Viktoria Zizkov/Czech Rep.),
Marian Zeman (Vitesse Arnhem/Netherlands),
Vladimir Leitner (FK Teplice/Czech Rep.)
Karol Kisel (Bohemians Prague/Czech Rep.),
Rastislav Michalik (Sparta Prague/Czech Rep.),
Peter Dzurik (Slovan Bratislava),
Vladimir Janocko (Austria Vienna/Austria),
Marek Mintal (MSK Zilina),
Attila Pinte (Panionios Athens/Greece)
Jozef Kozlej (Olympiakos Nicosia/Cyprus),
Lubos Reiter (Sigma Olomouc/Czech Rep.),
Robert Vittek (Slovan Bratislava),
Szilard Nemeth (FC Middlesbrough/England)
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