The head coach Zoran Erbez expects a quality and uncertain game:
“The players are ready for tomorrow’s match, which will certainly be difficult. Belgium showed that it had both collective and individual quality. We know where their worse sides are and we tried to prepare the team, so that they can be at the full tactical level tomorrow and take advantage of these failings. I hope we will show the game as in the second half against Denmark. Belgium has the same goals and who is more prepared tactically, will celebrate in the end. The match will be uncertain and we hope to achieve a good result.”
The doctor in the BH U-17 team, Adnan Šatrović, points out that the team is ready for the match:
“The medical team, composed of the physiotherapist Branislav Tešan and I, can happily underline that the team is ready in the health sense. We do not have any problems with injuries; everyone worked with full intensity at the training session and is at the disposal to the technical staff for the match against Belgium.”
The match between Belgium and Bosnia and Herzegovina will be played in Rotherham tomorrow at 20:00 h Central European time.
FC Rotherham United Stadium can accommodate over 12,000 spectators and is the largest one at the European U-17 Championship in England. Rotherham will host the final matches of the EURO on 20th May.