National Teams

33 players will take part in a training camp prior to the June international window

Published: 08-05-2022 12:31
National Team
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National Teams Head Coach Devis Mangia has announced a 33-man provisional squad for a training camp between Wednesday 11th and Sunday 20th May prior to the June International window.  The list includes players that are still engaged in the IZIBET FA Trophy or in foreign leagues.  These will join the rest of the squad after they end their commitments in the respective competitions.

Featured in League D2 in the UEFA Nations League qualifiers, Malta will start its commitments with an away game against San Marino on the 5th of June.  4 days later it will play against Estonia on home soil and again against San Marino on the 12th of June.  Since Malta is in a group with three teams it is obliged to play an extra 2 friendly matches, one of which is scheduled for the 1st of June.  

 

The squad list is as follows:

Goalkeepers

Henry Bonello (Hamrun Spartans FC), Cain Formosa (San Gwann FC), Jake Galea (Balzan FC), Matthew Grech (Pembroke Athleta FC)

Defenders

Ferdinando Apap (Hibernians FC), Jean Borg (Valletta FC), Steve Borg (Hamrun Spartans FC), James Brown (St. Johnstone FC - SCO), Triston Caruana (Valletta FC), Karl Micallef (Hamrun Spartans FC), Zach Muscat (Casa Pia - POR), Enrico Pepe (Birkirkara FC)

Midfielders

Cain Attard (Birkirkara FC), Ryan Camenzuli (Floriana FC), Juan Carlos Corbalan (Hamrun Spartans FC), Matias Nicolas Garcia (Floriana FC), Matthew Guillaumier (A.C. Siena - ITA), Adam Magri Overend (Floriana FC), Joseph Essien Mbong (Hamrun Spartans FC), Nikolai Muscat (Gżira United FC), Brandon Diego Paiber (Floriana FC), Steven Pisani (Gżira United FC), Teddy Teuma (R.U. Saint Gilloise - BE), Dunstan Vella (Hibernians FC), Yannick Yankam (Birkirkara FC)

Forwards

Jan Busuttil (Floriana FC), Jurgen Degabriele (Hibernians FC), Luke Gambin (Hamrun Spartans FC), Jake Grech (Hibernians FC), Paul Mbong (Birkirkara FC), Luke Montebello (Birkirkara FC), Alexander Satariano (U.S. Pergolettese 1932 - ITA), Mattia Veselji (Floriana FC)