Italy, 12 chosen by Pozzico to face the Netherlands. Important comparison for the 2023 World Cup Qualifiers – OA Sport

Italy, 12 chosen by Pozzico to face the Netherlands.  Important comparison for the 2023 World Cup Qualifiers – OA Sport

Gianmarco Pozzecco outlined his options, which translated to 12 players in his first official match as coach of the Italian national team. It will immediately be an important match, with the Netherlands (tomorrow, at 19:30) in the last match of the first stage of the 2023 World Cup qualifiers (Group H).

These are the blue medalists who will seek to win, and this is important because it will give first place in the group and two more points in the second stage (where it will cross Italy with Group G of Spain, Ukraine and Georgia):

#00 Amedeo Della Valle (1993, 194, G, German Brescia)
# 0 Marco Speco (1995, 184, P, UNICS Kazan – Russia)
#6 Paul Pelega (1990, 200, C, A | X Armani Exchange Milan)
#7 Stefano Tonot (1993, 194, Gee, Umana Rier Venezia)
#13 Simon Fontecchio (1995, 203, A, Saski Baskonia – Spain)
#16 Amedeo Tesitori (1994, 208, C, Segafredo Virtus Bologna)
#17 Giampaolo Ricci (1991, 202, A, A | X Armani Exchange Milan)
#25 Tommaso Baldasso (1998, 192, P, A | X Armani Exchange Milan)
#33 Achille Polonara (1991, 205, A, Fenerbahce Beko – Turkey)
#54 Alessandro Pagola (1999, 194, p, Segafredo Virtus Bologna)
#70 Luigi Datumi (1987, 203, A, A | X Armani Exchange Milan)
#77 John Petrucelli (1992, 193, G/A, Germanic Brescia)

Basketball: Italy, tomorrow with the Netherlands win is mandatory

They would not continue to meet, and thus were left free to return, Diego Vlacadore, Davide Alveti, Luca Severini and Thomas Waldenses.

In contrast, this is the Dutch led list Maurizio Boscagliain what is a real Italian derby for seats:

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#0 Yannick Frank (1996, 197, GI, Morabank Andorra – Spain)
#1 Keye van der Vuurst de Vries (2001, 191, P, Velo Ostend – Belgium)
#3 Boy Van Fleet (1994, 193, Gee, Champions of Den Bosch)
#5 Leon Williams (1991, 189, Groningen)
#6 Worthy de Young (1988, 194, Gee, Zurg in Zuckerhead Leiden)
#7 Marijn Ververs (1998, 194, G, Zorg en Zekerheid Leiden)
#9 Muhammad Kharazi (1990, 200, A, Champions of Den Bosch)
#12 Thomas van der Mars (1990, 208, C, Heroes Den Bosch)
#13 Roeland Schaftenaar (1988, 211, A/C, Leyma Coruna – Spain)
#14 Jesse Edwards (2000, 211, C, Syracuse University – NCAA)
#30 Olaf Shaftinar (1993, 208, A, CSU Sibiu – Romania)
#32 Matt Harms (1997, 221, C, Fraport Skyliners – Germany)
#33 Jetto Kok (1994, 205, C, Proximus Spiro – Belgium)
#90 Charlon Clough (1990, 190, GE, Porto – Portugal)

These are Eve Pozzecco’s words: “Needless to say the importance of the match against Holland. Our opponents are used to playing together and this is an advantage for them. We’ll have to try to run and control the rebounds in defense. These days, in World Cup qualifiers, we’ve seen surprising results, and noble teams have had a hard time taking on seemingly less valuable opponents on paper. Attention should also be greater because it will be the first new technical session against the Netherlands. In these two weeks we have included concepts that we will start developing tomorrow but which will find continuity and fluidity through the summer until the European Championship. However, I am very happy with the way the boys have trained so far“.

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