Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Iceland U-21 side to face Andorra

Iceland U-21 coach Lúkas Kostic has selected the following squad to face Andorra on May 3rd in the first leg of the European U-21 international prelimanary round. The second leg will be played on June 1st in Iceland. The winners of the tie will face Italy (at home) and Austria (away).

The squad:

Goalkeepers:

Magnus Thormar - Keflavík
Hrafn Davídsson - ÍBV Vestmannaeyjar
David Thor Vidarsson - FH Hafnarfjördur
Pálmi Rafn Pálmason - Valur
Hjalmar Thorarinsson - Hearts
Ragnar Sigurdsson - Fylkir
Andri Júlíusson - ÍA Akranes
Bjarni Thor Vidarsson - Everton
Eyjólfur Hédinsson - Fylkir
Theódor Elmar Bjarnason - Celtic
Baldur Sigurdsson - Keflavík
Gudjon Baldvinsson - Stjarnan
Gudmann Thorisson - Breidalik
Kári Ársælsson - Breidablik
Kristján Valdimarsson - Grindavík
Matthias Vilhjalmsson - FH Hafnarfjördur
Rurik Gislason - Charlton
Heidar Geir Júlíusson - Fram

7 Comments:

At 25/4/06, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The best players in the squad are Teddy Bjarnason of Celtic, Bjarni Viðarsson of Everton and Rúrik Gíslason of Charlton.

Jónsi Kr-ingur

 
At 25/4/06, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Theódor Elmar Bjarnason is a class act. There are rumours that PSV and Newcastle are interested in signing him. I dont think he'll get a chance at Celtic, sadly.

Geiri

 
At 25/4/06, Anonymous Anonymous said...

We should win Andorra no question imo. But we have alot of yong players in th e team. Time will tell.

ValurRulez

 
At 25/4/06, Anonymous árni said...

Were is Kjartan Henry Finnbogason who plays for Celtic? Why isnt he in the squad? And where are Skúli Fridgeirsson at KR and Birkir Bjarnason at Viking FK in Norway?

 
At 25/4/06, Blogger Vala said...

Kjartan has just recently started exercise again after injuries. Everything is looking good for him now and hopefully he will be in the squad next time.

 
At 25/4/06, Anonymous árni said...

thanks Vala,

I suspected he was still injured. He's a very big and highly rated striker.

 
At 26/4/06, Anonymous Hallgrímur Breiðdal said...

Emmi (the Scots call him Teddy) is without question the most talented player to come out of Iceland ever. He's going to be bigger than Eidur Gudjohnsen.

 

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