Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan do not want to play friendly matches with the Russian national team – International News

National teams of Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan do not want to play friendly matches with the Russian team.

A source close to the Kazakhstan Football Federation said that there was an appeal from the RFU to hold a friendly game, but everything remained at the level of conversations. Kazakhstan was interested in how it would look from an image point of view. As a result, they refused, reports

It is specified that a source in the Azerbaijan Football Federation said that a friendly match with Russia is not planned.

From 19 to 22 September Karpin’s team will train in Novogorsk. On September 23, Karpin’s pre-match training and press conference will be held in Bishkek.

On September 24, at 20:00 Moscow time, a friendly match with the team of Kyrgyzstan will take place in Bishkek. The game will be held at the Dolon Omurzakov Stadium.

Recall that the RFU announced friendly matches with Kyrgyzstan, Iran and Bosnia and Herzegovina. The match with Bosnia may not take place due to a boycott of the team’s leading players.

Earlier, midfielder of the national team of Bosnia and Herzegovina Miralem Pjanic spoke about the upcoming friendly match with the Russian team.


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