New Zealand’s U-20 Men’s World Cup Squad Announced
New Zealand has announced its squad for the upcoming FIFA U-20 Men’s World Cup in Argentina. The team will play its opening game against Guatemala, followed by matches against Uzbekistan and hosts Argentina. The squad includes players from various clubs around the world, including England’s Ipswich Town, Canada’s Vancouver Whitecaps, and Sweden’s Ljungskile SK.
Goalkeepers and Defenders
The New Zealand squad includes three goalkeepers: Henry Gray from Ipswich Town, Alby Kelly-Heald from Wellington Phoenix, and Kees Sims from Ljungskile SK. The team’s defenders include Isaac Hughes, Jackson Jarvie, Lukas Kelly-Heald, Finn Linder, Everton O’Leary, Adam Supyk, Finn Surman, and Aaryan Raj.
Midfielders and Forwards
The midfielders for New Zealand are Fin Conchie, Jay Herdman, Noah Karunaratne, Jackson Manuel, and Dan McKay. The forwards include Oliver Colloty, Kian Donkers, Oli Fay, Norman Garbett, and Ben Wallace.
New Zealand will face tough competition in their group, but the team is confident in their abilities. The FIFA U-20 Men’s World Cup is set to begin on May 20, and New Zealand’s first match against Guatemala will take place on May 21.
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