Mostly Players Called national team, Koeman: I Can Vacationing
Southampton – Southampton manager Ronald Koeman count most players will leave the club because of the national football team. Because there are hardly any players to be trained, Koeman until jokingly wanted a vacation alone.
Next week, the agenda will be enlivened football international match between countries. Some clubs also have to let players go while for Caps respectively.
No exception Soton. Following impressive performances in the Premier League this season, most of the national team players get calls. Among these are Fraser Forster and Nathaniel Clyne called England, Jose Fonte which included the Portugal national team, and a number of other players.
Based on the list reported by Transfermarkt, at least 15 players will leave the club. While Koeman count between 16-18 players certainly go.
“I could count all the players who will be drawn from Southampton, approximately 16,17,18 players. This is good news because it means big for the club and also the players,” said Koeman quoted Soccerway.
“It’s a great experience for the players and deserved because they played well. Maybe it continues until the end of the season,” he added.
This means that the senior team will be very empty Soton during the international break, given the number of the squad which contains 24 players. If you do not count the number of youth team players were promoted, then only a handful of senior players who will be on the team.
Therefore, Koeman claimed to have a surefire way to get through the international break. He will put the rest of the players in the U-21 Soton then go on vacation.
“I’m going to put two players in the U-21 and on vacation. It was not bad,” he joked.
Soton while it peaked at six Premier League standings with 50 points from 29 weeks. They are six points behind Manchester United in the fourth position which is the limit of the Champions League, and just four points behind Liverpool in the order of five which is the boundary zone of the Europa League.