The team of Slobodan Starčević team will play a match with Malta in Lučko on 4th June, while they will meet Qatar on 7th and 11th June in Velika Gorica.
The head coach Starčević invited the following players for these matches:
Adnan Kanurić (Sarajevo), Nikola Ćetković (Željezničar ST Banja Luka), Azur Aljkanović (Zvijezda Gradačac), Jovan Pavlović (Krupa), Đorđe Milojević (Borac), Saša Marjanović (Inter Zaprešić, Croatia), Adrijan Leon Barišić (Osijek, Croatia), Jasmin Osmić (Sloboda), Denis Kovačević (SV Kapfenberg, Austria), Miloš Borovčanin (Borac), Luka Malić (Željezničar ST Banja Luka), Marko Kujundžić (Borac), Amar Tahrić (Borac), Igor Savić (GOŠK), Amar Begić (Mladost), Jovan Ilić (Proleter Novi Sad, Serbia), Ivan Bašić (Zrinjski), Ivan Grgić (Široki Brijeg), Hamza Gasal (Željezničar), Andrija Drljo (MTK Budapest, Hungary), Milan Savić (Čukarički), David Čavić (Borac), Anes Mašić (Zrinjski), Mirza Hasanbegović (Venezia, Italy), Elvis Mehanović (Borac).
“On behalf of the technical staff, I would like to thank the FF BH, led by Vic Zeljković, for trusting us and for continuing to lead the U-21 national team. As for the upcoming matches, first of all, we are not satisfied with the start of the qualifications and we want to try as many players as possible, in order to gain a better insight into who we can count on. Our goal is to bring back that game from the end of the last qualifications when we had several great performances”, says Slobodan Starčević and continues:
“We have invited a lot of new players for these matches and they will have the opportunity to impose themselves. We are glad that the young players of the national team, Jusuf Gazibegović and Andrej Đokanović, received an invitation to the “A” team. It is a great recognition for their work. Apart from them, we will not be able to count on the injured Ajdin Hasić and Amar Dedić.”
The players will gather at the FF BH Training Centre in Zenica on 31st May, and travel to Croatia on 3rd June.