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The team for the next tournament has been appointed.  Cash and Milk in order

The team for the next tournament has been appointed. Cash and Milk in order

Paulo Sosa unveiled the cards for the November training camp. The Portuguese called for 5 forwards. Among those invited was Mattie Cash. The footballer, who became a Polish citizen in October, was appointed by white and red coaches Paulo Sosa to the national team for the final matches of the World Cup qualifiers – Andorra (November 12) and Hungary (November 15).

Cash, of Polish descent, is a side defender born in Slow, near London, who can also act as a winger. He played for Nottingham Forest until 2020, from where he moved to Aston Villa.

The 27-man squad includes no players from the Polish league. Arcadius Milic returned to the teamExcluded from the recent European Championships due to injury.

It was established for the first time 22-year-old FC Copenhagen goalkeeper Kamil Grabra.

The winners of each group will advance directly to the World Cup in Qatar, while the other teams will play in two stages of play-offs in March. Group I – England tops the list with 20 points, followed by Poland – 17, Albania – 15, Hungary – 11, Andorra – 6 and San Marino without a point.

Goalkeepers: Kamil Grabra (FC Copenhagen), Lucas Skoropsky (FC Bologna), Wojciech Schkesny (Juventus)

Defenders: John Bednarek (Southampton), Bardos Perescisky (Samprodia), Mattie Cash (Aston Villa), Pavas Davitovich (Hellos Verona), Kamil Click (Benevento), Robert Gummy (Oxburg), Mikez Helic (Helix) Union Berlin), Maciej Rybus (Locomotive Moscow)

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Midfielders: Przemysław Frankowski (RC Lens), Kamil Jóźwiak (Derby County), Mateusz Klich (Leeds United), Grzegorz Krychowiak (FK Krasnodar), Karol Linetty (Torino), Jakub Moder (Brighton), Przemysłchchwtchwitz (SSC Napoli)

Forward: Adam Buxa (New England Revolution), Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich), Arcadius Milick (Olympic Marseille), Christoph Bitek (Hertha Berlin), Carol Svitersky (POK Saloniki)