Football: England’s U19 arrive in Hungary
England’s U19 squad have arrived in Budapest ahead of Thursday’s international fixture against Hungary. MLSZ (Hungarian Football Federation) said, the football match will be in Telki.
Hungary host the UEFA European U19 Championship in July, and English Head coach Noel Blake says the trip will be used as opportunity for both players and staff to learn, thefa.com reports.
Hungary – squad:
Goalkeepers: Hrabina Alex (Budaörs), Leindler Domonkos (Szolnok)
Defenders: Medgyes Zoltán (Haladás), Asztalos Dávid (MTK Budapest), Talabér Attila (MTK Budapest), Bobál Dávid (Budapest Honvéd), Lorentz Márton (Puskás Akadémia), Tamás Krisztián (AC Milan), Nagy Dominik (FTC)
Midfielders: Pongrácz Viktor (Győri ETO), Csábi Mihály (Budapest Honvéd), Németh Márió (Haladás), Kalmár Zsolt (Győri ETO), Vida Krisztopher (Twente)
Forwards: Farkas Zoltán (Győri ETO), Bobál Gergely (Budapest Honvéd), Forgács Dávid (Atalanta), Varga Szabolcs (MTK Budapest)
England – squad:
Goalkeepers: Mitchell Beeney (Chelsea), Luke Coddington (Middlesbrough)
Defenders: Calum Chambers (Southampton), Shay Facey (Manchester City), Ola Aina (Chelsea), Matt Targett (Southampton), Jerome Williams (Crystal Palace)
Midfielders: Ben Pearson (Manchester United) Jordon Ibe (Liverpool), Josh Murphy (Norwich City), Jacob Murphy (Norwich City), Lewis Baker (Chelsea), Joe Rothwell (Manchester United), John Swift (Chelsea), Paul Digby (Barnsley),
Forwards: James Wilson (Manchester United), Mason Bennett (Derby County), Chris Long (Everton)