Women's football, Italy call up for matches against Croatia and Lithuania.  Guagni is back, Giugliano is absent - OA Sport

Women’s football, Italy call up for matches against Croatia and Lithuania. Guagni is back, Giugliano is absent – OA Sport

The Italian women’s soccer team is back in the arena again. After a month of victories with Moldova and Croatia in matches valid for Group G of the 2023 World Cup Qualifiers in Australia and New Zealand, the blues is expected by Two more group matches to get the World Championship card.

Our flag bearers will face the Croatian national team at the Teofilo Batini stadium in Castel di Sangro on Friday, October 22nd. (17.30), while Tuesday 26 at the LFF Stadium in Vilnius (6.30pm local time, 5.30pm Italian time) the Lithuania match is scheduled.. Bill Paisi’s goal is to win six points to keep top of the group, taking into account the comparison with Switzerland (with two wins and a better goal difference than Italy) and the live match on November 26 at Renzo Barbera. Palermo.

For these two games, Bertolini called up 25 players. Compared to the first two appearances The newbies are Katja Schrovinger, Giada Greggi and Alia GhawaniWho finally came back to wear the blue shirt after more than a year of absence due to various injuries as well as Covid. It’s not in the list Manuela Giugliano, which is an important split from the Blue List. The Roma manager has to deal with a knee problem that has already forced her to miss the trip to Croatia.

Immediately List of those who are called:

Italy’s Most Wanted List

goalkeepers: Rachel Baldi (Roma), Francesca Durante (Inter), Laura Giuliani (AC Milan), Katja Schröveniger (Fiorentina);

Defenders: Elisa Bartoli (Roma), Valentina Bergamci (AC Milan), Lisa Poatin (Juventus), Lucia Di Guglielmo (Roma), Sarah Gama (Juventus), Alia Guani (Atletico Madrid), Martina Linzini (Juventus), Elena Linari (Roma) . Cecilia Salvai (Juventus);

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Midfielder: Ariana Caruso (Juventus), Valentina Cernoia (Juventus), Aurora Galli (Everton), Giada Greggi (Roma), Martina Rusucci (Juventus);

attackers: Barbara Bonanci (Juventus), Sofia Cantor (Sassuolo), Valentina Giacenti (AC Milan), Cristiana Girelli (Juventus), Benedetta Gliona (Roma), Valeria Peroni (Roma), Annamaria Sertorini (Roma).

Foto: Alessio Tarpini / LPS

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