The Scottish Federation offered to be “impartial” to swap domestic rights, Clarke said. The problem for the Austrians was that they had three games in September. Had domestic rights been interchanged, coach Franco Foda’s team would have played three home matches against the Scots, the Faroe Islands (28 March) and Denmark (31 March). In September, however, three away games in Moldova (1 September), Israel (4 September) and Scotland (7 September) will be waiting.
“I can understand your reasoning why you didn’t want that because we had the same situation last November. When we competed in Israel, the third game on this road trip, people were mentally and physically very dry, “Clarke said. At the end of the day, he said, Austria” is confident that they will bring a good team without all these players without Germany. “
Alaba is definitely not in Scotland
In the case of Alaba, Bayern Munich has already banned travel to Scotland. “David will not be in the first game in Scotland. We need all the players for the game against Leipzig, ”confirmed Bayern Munich coach Hansi Flick.
Leipzig coach Julian Nagelsmann left a spark of at least hope that Marcel Sabitzer could be available for Glasgow. “There is no final list yet. We are looking for individual solutions for the requested players,” he said. However, Nagelsmann also clarified one thing: “We will not sanction any players if they have to fly into the mutation zone and then we have to do without them against Bayern.”
There are special quarantine rules for those entering Germany from the UK. Should a player go into quarantine, the club is allowed to intervene and refuse to release the player. Therefore, Skoda will likely not fall back to 20 players against Scotland from their current 43-man squad – 19 Germany’s Legionnaires and Lorient striker Adrian Grabik. Since Sasa Kalajdzic and Marko Arnautovic cannot be used in Glasgow due to travel restrictions, Rapid striker Ercan Kara should start and make his debut.
Provisional isFB squad for World Cup qualification
Tor: Daniel Bachman (Watford / England), Pavo Pervan (Wolfsburg / GER), Heinz Lindner (Basel / SUI), Alexander Schlager (LASK), Jörg Siebenhandle (Sturm Graz)
Defence: David Alaba (Bayern Munich / GER), Alexandar Dragovich (Bayer Leverkusen / GER), Marco Friedl (Vader Bremen / GER), Martin Hennegger (Director Frankfurt), Stefan Lenner (Mönchengladbach / GER), Philippe Loirehart (Freiburg) David Nemeth ( Sturm Graz), Stefan Pausch (Hoffenheim / GER), Gernot Trauner (LASK), Christopher Trimmel (Union Berlin / GER), Andreas Ulmer (Salburg), Maximilian Ullmann (Rapid), Albert Valsy (Salzburg), Philip Wissinger (LASK) , Maximilian Vober (Salzburg)
Midfield: Houssin Balik (LASK), Christoph Baumgartner (Hoffenheim / GER), Yusuf Demir (Rapid), Thomas Goiginger (LASK), Florian Grillitz (Hoffenheim / GER), Stefan Hierlender (Sturm Graz), Rafael Hollerholders (Rafael Hollert Frankfolker / GER), Jacob Zancher (Sturm Graz), Valentino Lazaro (Mönchengladbach / GER), Dejan Ljubicic (Rapid), Karim Oncievo (Mainz 05 / GER), Reinhold Ranft (LASK), Marcel Sabitzer), Luis Schaub (Luzerne / SUI / ), Zaver Schlager (Wolfsburg / GER), Alessandro Schöffe (Schalke / GER), Stefan Schwab (PAOKV / GRE), Peter Zulj (Gostep Izmir / Tuar)
attack: Adrian Grabick (Lorient / FRA), Michael Gregoritz (Augsburg / GER), Sasa Kalazadic (Stuttgart / GER), Erkan Kara (Rapid)
On Demand: Siken Stankovic (Salzburg), Richard Strebinger (Rapid) – Emanuel Auv (Edmira), Domnik Baumgartner (WAC), Kevin Danso (Fortuna Düsseldorf / GER), Maximilian Hoffmann (Rapid), Ivan Ljubić (Sturm Graz), Peter L. ), Manuel Pritle (Armenia Bevelfeld / GER), Thorsten Schick (SK Rapid), Romano Schmidt (Vader Bremen / GER), Kevin Stöger (Mainz / GER), Hanes Wolf (Mönchengladbach / GER), Marco Grill (Ried), Christopher Monshein (austria)
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