On Friday, Uefa presented the final set up for the National League in football for men. It will be a rather hectic autumn for the players for Lars Lagerbäck.
The Norwegian team will open with a home game and it seems manageable.
This is the Program:
Friday, September 4: Norway – Austria.
Monday, September 7: North Ireland – Norway.
Sunday, October 11: Norway – Romania.
Wednesday, October 14: Norway – North Ireland.
Sunday, November 15: Romania – Norway.
Wednesday, November 18: Austria – Norway.
Norway will be facing Serbia in the Euro 2020 play-offs on October 8 for a chance to play in the European Championship League. If the Norwegians win, they will face either Scotland or Israel on November 12. Both these matches will be played in Oslo.
-” It might be that we’ll need to make substitutions in the team in these matches to take out larger teams than usual.”, said Lars Lagerbäck to NTB on thursday when he spoke about the tough game program that awaits.
He is going to lead Norway three times throughout the seven day period both in October and November.
In October, there will most certainly be three home games in a week. Now, the question is if the games will be open for the public or will the stands be nearly empty Ullevaal Stadium.
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