Maltese side still in search for first points in Euro 2024 games
Michele Marcolini has announced his final 28-player Malta squad for the upcoming two appointments in the Euro 2024 qualifying campaign against Italy and Ukraine.
Malta travel to Bari to play Luciano Spalletti’s Italy next Saturday before hosting Ukraine, on Tuesday.
The Maltese selection is still looking for its first points in this group and is at the back of a home defeat against North Macedonia in the previous international window.
Henry Bonello (Ħamrun Spartans), Rashed Al Tumi (Sliema Wanderers), Jake Galea (Valletta).
Ferdinando Apap (Hibernians), Steve Borg (Ħamrun Spartans), Zach Muscat (Farense, Portugal), Enrico Pepe (Birkirkara), Kurt Shaw (Hibernians), Jean Borg (Sliema Wanderers).
Juan Corbalan (Ħamrun Spartans), Cain Attard (CF Os Belenenses, Portugal), Ryan Camenzuli (Ħamrun Spartans), Adam Magri Overend (Floriana), Steven Pisani (Santa Lucia), Matthew Guillaumier (FKS Stal Mielec Spolka Akcyjna, Portugal), Nikolai Muscat (Marsaxlokk), Bjorn Kristensen (Hibernians), Brandon Paiber (Valletta), Yannick Yankam (Birkirkara), Teddy Teuma (Stade de Reims FC, France), Joseph Mbong (Ħamrun Spartans), Dunstan Vella (Floriana).
Jurgen Degabriele (Hibernians), Jodi Felice Jones (Notts County, England), Kyrian Nwoko (Floriana), Paul Mbong (Birkirkara), Luke Montebello (Ħamrun Spartans), Alexander Satariano (Birkirkara) .
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