Teams: Sevilla, Montedio Yamagata, Bosnia-H., Argentina
Bosnia's U-21 squad for the friendly match away to Malta in Ta' Qali (06/06):
Golmani/Goalkeepers: Adnan Kanurić (Stoke City), Kenan Topolović (Borac)
Odbrana/Defenders: Rijad Sadiku (Mouscron), Halid Šabanović (Sarajevo), Jasmin Čeliković (Inter Zaprešić), Vedran Vrhovac (Čelik), Amar Beganović (Sloboda), Besim Šerbečić (Rosenborg)
Vezni red/Midfielders: Anel Šabanadžović (Željezničar), Haris Hajdarević (Željezničar), Vladan Danilović (Borac), Marko Brkić (Zvijezda 09), Mateo Marić (Široki Brijeg), Petar Bojo (Mladost DK), Zinedin Mustedanagić (Ružomberok), Stefan Kovač (Čukarički)
Napad/Forwards: Stipe Jurić (Široki Brijeg), Benjamin Hadžić (Hannover 96 II), Nardin Mulahusejnović (Maribor)
As Vladan Kovacevic is bumped up to the 'A' selection, Kanuric gets his first U-21 call-up. Sadiku – now a starter in Belgium – is back in a Bosnian shirt, while in-form striker Juric gets recalled. Hadzic is also in the squad despite getting demoted back to Hannover 96 II, while former Crvena Zvezda starlet Kovac has broken into the Cukaricki Belgrade first team and is duly rewarded.
This is a game for a number of players to try and make a name for themselves as a number of established squad members – notably Ermedin Demirovic and Zinedin Mustedanagic – are being rested.
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Last edited by Montedia; May 22nd, 2019 at 16:49.