Four players from Ajax in the strongly renewed Young Orange squad

Four players from Ajax in the strongly renewed Young Orange squad
National team coach Young Orangi Erwin van de Loy begins a new batch of qualifying for the European Championship 2023.Photo by Thomas Bakker / Pro Shots

Names missing from the Van de Looi jury: Justin Kluivert, Noa Lang and Calvin Stengs. Kluivert and Lang are still playing Dutch Juniors in the last European Championship, as the semi-finals turned into the final stop. “We started with a new group of players who were born after January 1, 2000 and had to say goodbye to a generation of players for this reason,” explains Van de Looi on the KNVB website.

A number of new names were included in the national coach: Sidney van Hooydonk, Fodi Fofana, Milan van Eywick and Micky van de Ven.

The Dutch juniors will begin their European Championship qualifying round on September 7 against their peers from Moldova. Adelaarshorst in Deventer is the battlefield. Furthermore, Van de Loy’s team will compete against Switzerland, Bulgaria, Wales and Gibraltar. At stake is a ticket to enter the European Championships in Georgia and Romania in 2023.

to choose

guards: Jay Gorter (Ajax), Calvin Ratsi (Ajax), Kjell Scherbin (Brighton & Hove Albion), Fabian de Keijzer (FC Utrecht), Bart Verbruggen (Anderlecht FC).

Defenders: Jeremy Frimpong (Bayer Leverkusen), Mitchell Packer (Bayer Leverkusen), Ian Matsen (Conventry City), Niracho Casanoergo (FC Groningen), Jayden Osterwald (FC Twente), Mickey van de Veen (FC Volendam), Ramon Hendrix (FC Volendam), Waterburger (Fyenoord), Ludovit Reiss (Hamburger SV), Sven Putmann (Lille OSC), Sepp van den Berg (Preston North End FC), Milan van Eywick (SC Heerenveen), Millero Bogard (TSG 1899 Hoffenheim), Ki-Jana Hofer (Wolverhampton Wanderers);

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midfielders: Jürgen Eklenkamp (Ajax), Kenneth Taylor (Ajax), Emmanuel Veray (Borussia Dortmund), Daniel van Kamm (Groningen), Quentin Timber (FC Utrecht), Kenzo Godmin (Sparta Rotterdam);

attackers: Vicente Biswegen (Addo Den Haag), Myron Boadow (Monaco), Sidney van Hooydonk (Bologna), Daychon Redan (Hertha Berlin), Fodi Fofana (BSV), Brian Bruby (Leipzig), Joshua Zirkzee (RSC) Anderlich. .

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