In Marbella, the Dutch U19 team will play against Switzerland U19 on Thursday, October 12, a match against Australia U19 will be held on Saturday, October 14, and a match against Belgium U19 will be held on Tuesday, October 17.
Jesse van de Haar made his debut for the Netherlands U19s earlier this month and has also played for the Netherlands U18s in the past, as have Linden Edhart and Wessel Koe.
National coach Visser will announce his final selection on Friday, October 6.
Preliminary selection for the Dutch U-19 national team:
Walid Ajogel (Ajax), Gerald Alders (Ajax), Alvaro Henry (Ajax), David Kalukuh (Ajax), Gabriel Osei Mishui (Ajax), Silvano Vos (Ajax), Jeremiah Isajjas (Arizona), Tristan Koegsten (Arizona), Keanu . Brito e Silva (Benfica, Portugal), Julian Ryzhkov (Borussia Dortmund, Germany), Themin Blokzigel (Groningen), Jasper Meister (Groningen). Linden Edhart (FC Utrecht), Jesse van de Haar (Utrecht), Vissel Koe (FC Utrecht)– Billy van Duijl (Volendam), Jeffero Reid (Feyenoord), Lujean Arnault (Feyenoord), Mike Klein (Feyenoord), Anthony Melambo (Feyenoord), Jaden Fernando Slorrey (Feyenoord), Stijn Bultmann (Heracles Almelo), Dean Hoijsen (Juventus). Italian), Ezechiel Panzozzi (UD Heverle Leuven, Belgium), Theon Gesselhardt (BEC Zwolle), Emanuel van de Black (PSV), Bram Rovers (PSV), Jason van Dueven (PSV), Tim van den Heuvel (PSV). ), Tejo Lande (PSV), Roy Storr (PSV), Joram van der Veen (Cambuur), Bernt Klaverboer (Heerenveen), Hamza Al Dhaheri (Sparta Rotterdam), Kaya Simons (Vitesse).
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