Prosinečki selected for the June test matches: Proven assets for Belgium and Georgia, the trio returns, Radunović injured

"Falcons" in Brussels and Podgorica await duels with selections that are preparing for Euro 2024

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Prosinečki at the "Falcon" training during March during preparations in Antalya, Photo: FSCG/Filip Roganović
Prosinečki at the "Falcon" training during March during preparations in Antalya, Photo: FSCG/Filip Roganović
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Two more tests, then the real thing starts... Montenegrin footballers expect two strong test matches against Belgium and Georgia in June, and the coach of the Falcons, Robert Prosinečki, announced the list of players he is counting on for those matches.

There are 25 players on the list of "falcons" selectors, and among them are three returnees - Vukan Savićević, Slobodan Rubežić and Nebojša Kosović.

The Montenegrin midfielder has an excellent season in Vojvodina, the Aberdeen stopper has recovered from an injury and will work with Prosinečki for the first time, while Kosović drew the attention of the selectors with his games in China.

Unlike the previous preparations, there is no standard left back Risto Radunović on the list, who missed the last few matches of Steaua, the new champion of Romania, due to an injury.

Compared to the players he counted on during his debut in March, this time Prosinečki did not even call Stefan Lončar, the Debrecen midfielder.

Montenegro will play both threatening matches against selections that are preparing for the June Euro 2024 - with Belgium on June 5 in Brussels and Georgia four days later in Gorica.

List:

Goalkeepers: Milan Mijatović (Železničar Pančevo, Serbia), Danijel Petković (Kišvarda, Hungary), Matija Šarkić (Milvol, England);

Defensive players: Stefan Savić (Atletico Madrid, Spain), Marko Vešović (Karabakh, Azerbaijan), Igor Vujacić (Rubin Kazan, Russia), Marko Vukčević (Varaždin, Croatia), Andrija Vukčević (Juarez, Mexico), Marko Tući (Gangwon, South Korea ), Slobodan Rubežić (Aberdeen, Scotland);

Midfielders: Adam Marušić (Lazio, Italy), Vladimir Jovović (Sogdiana, Uzbekistan), Marko Janković (Karabakh, Azerbaijan), Nebojša Kosović (Meizu Haka, China), Marko Bakić (OFI Crete, Greece), Vukan Savićević (Vojvodina, Serbia) , Driton Camaj (Kišvarda, Hungary), Edvin Kuč (Balkans, Kosovo), Viktor Đukanović (Hamarbi, Sweden), Andrija Radulović (Vojvodina, Serbia);

Attackers: Stevan Jovetić (Olimpiakos, Greece), Stefan Mugoša (Incheon, South Korea), Milutin Osmajić (Preston, England), Nikola Krstović (Leće, Italy), Dušan Bakić (Omonia, Cyprus).

Sokoli will start preparations for these duels next Friday.

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