Ferencvaros will play the Young Boys on Wednesday at 9pm in the qualifiers – we checked what kind of team the Hungarian champion is waiting for.
|It would be a problem for Jean-Pierre Nsame to swing his foot on a bullet Wednesday night in the BL game,
But the Young Boys striker has an Achilles injury and cannot play (Picture: AFP)
Tough match awaits Ferencvaros, but it’s no shame against Young Boys that the best Swiss footballer and the best (one) surely miss a BL duel against the Hungarian team. Jean-Pierre Nesmi He suffered an Achilles tendon injury in late May, and the loss of the Cameroon forward is a major argument for the Swiss squad. He had scored nineteen goals in thirty league matches the previous season, and succeeded four times in eight matches in the European League, two of them against Roma in Italy.
Transfermarkt.de estimates his value at seven million euros, making him the second most expensive player in the Swiss league. No, the US national team six times Jordan Siebacheu-re However, the defenders of Ferencvaros will have to pay close attention. The twenty-five-year-old striker has scored two goals and one assist in the league in the three matches so far, scored three goals and one assist in the BL playoffs, and played a key role in progressing in both duels. He shared the success on home soil in a 3-2 win over Slovan and doubled at home against the CFR, turning from 0-1 and the Young Boys winning 3-1.
It is interesting that the Legion is included only in the offensive section, but the team has a very large number of domestic footballers by international standards. In the rematch BL against CFR, six Swiss players had the opportunity to start, four Swiss footballers had the opportunity to substitute, and seven local players started in the previous tournament against Zion. The team, led by David Wagner, is doing really well so far and it’s clearly a big question that will show the face on Wednesday.
He won 4-1 in the cup against Litao in the cup at the weekend, but has won only once out of three league games and has not scored a goal in the last two. The Young Boys are unbeaten in the Premier League qualifiers, and always win the return leg at home after two away draws. But this time, the Swiss champion starts at home in Bern, ahead of Basel, who says goodbye to Újpest in the European Conference League by thirty-one points (!) in the last competition.
In recent years, a relatively large number of footballers have been members of the armies in Switzerland. Bolla Bendegúz currently plays for Grasshoppers, but in the past 10 years Bálint Vécsei, Ákos Kecskés, Filip Holender (the three in Lugano), Vilmos Vanczák (Sion) and Krisztián Vadócz (Grasshoppers) have also appeared in the Swiss League. Of course, we also find galactic threads in YB’s history, although we have to go back in time for that. We learned from the excellent volume “The Adventures of Hungarian Football Players” that Laszlo Wiesler promoted Berne in 1933-1934, Vilmos Sibos in 1935-1936, Istvan Lukács in 1937-1938, and Swede Anders Limbar of Hungarian descent between 1988 and 1990. Isidore Korchner , who worked in Switzerland for twelve years and was world famous in the 1930s, trained at the Young Boys from 1934 to 1935 (he also took Vilmus Sebos there), and Bella Volentic led the team from 1942 to 1946, with Pál Csernai He also coached for half of 1990.. The last time the Swiss team played a match against the Hungarian team seven years ago, in August 2014, defeated Debrecen 3-1 at home in the European League qualifiers, and the match ended in a goalless draw at Nagyerde Stadium, while in 2008 in The European Cup, and the Swiss club DVSC were eliminated with a total of 7-3.
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