Italy, Mancini’s squads: Provedel, Vicario and Mazzocchi the three news

Italy, Mancini’s squads: Provedel, Vicario and Mazzocchi the three news
Italy, Mancini’s squads: Provedel, Vicario and Mazzocchi the three news
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There are 29 players called for the Nations League matches against England and Hungary

There are 29 players called up by Mancini to the national team for the matches against England and Hungary in the Nations League. Three news in the blue group with the first call for the two goalkeepers Provedel and Vicario and for the midfielder Mazzocchi. In attack still present Gnonto, Cancellieri, Grifo and Zerbin as well as Immobile, Politano, Raspadori and Scamacca. In midfield also called for Pobega.

The group will leave on Thursday 22 September for Milan, where it will stay the day after the match with England and then move to Budapest on Sunday 25 and finally return to Italy in the night at the end of the match with Hungary. In relation to the concomitance of the withdrawal of the National team with the 2022 Political Elections, scheduled for Sunday 25 September, the methods to allow the delegation staff to be able to exercise the right to vote, at the same time guaranteeing participation in the race on 26 September, will be evaluated. September with Hungary. The current regulatory provisions do not allow voting outside one’s place of residence for those who are temporarily in another location, with the exception of cases strictly provided for for limited categories of personnel. The team’s program, for this reason, could undergo variations between Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 which will be promptly communicated.

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