Tomáš Čvančara, the mainstay of Sparta Prague, will not go to the European Under-21 Championship in Georgia and Romania. According to the Sport daily, he could be replaced by Christophe Kabongo, a Czech striker with Congolese roots.
the 19-year-old footballer is a player of Belgian Lommel, but since February he has been a guest in Slovak Podbrezova. He has been successful there, scoring five goals in eight league games.
The problem may be that he is not fully fit yet either. He has missed the last two games due to a hand injury.
The coach of the twenty-one, Jan Suchopárek, still hopes Kabongo has until June 19 to get well.
On that day the Czech U21 team will leave for the European Championships. If Kabongo, the other striker after Čvančar, is not fit, Suchopárek will have to resort to calling up a substitute.
The promising strikers Václav Sejk (Sparta Praha, last guest in Jablonec) and Vasil Kušej (Mladá Boleslav) should definitely go to the championship.
Suchopárek is said to be deciding whether to take Daniel Fila (Slavia Praha, last guest in Teplice) or Matěj Koubek (Hradec Králové).
According to the Sport daily, Matyáš Kozák (Sparta Prague, last guest in Liberec) and Filip Vecheta (Slovácko) are also in the running.
Source:: iSport, Transfermarkt
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