Trezeguet is essential in the official line-up for the Trabzonspor match against Frinkfaruzzi


The technical staff of the Trabzonspor team against Hungarian champion Frenkvarozzi announced the official formation of their match, which will be held at 8:15 pm today, Thursday, at Şenol Gunes Stadium, as part of the matches of the last round of the group stage of the European League. To snatch one of the qualifying tickets for the group.


The formation of Trabzonspor was as follows:


Goalkeeper: Orçkan.


Defense Line: Erin Almali, Bartra, Vitor Hugo, Stryger Larsen.


Midfield: Siwis, Basiktas, Hamsik.


Forwards: Trezeguet, Youssef Yazigi, Abdelkader Omar.


While Frinkfarose’s formation was as follows:


Goalkeeper: Debus.


Defence: Wingo, Mimay, Knoster, Pashka.


Midfield: Vicki, El-Aidouni, Estelle.


Forwards: Zakariassen, Mimay, Tokmak.


Trabzon occupies third place with 6 points and clings to the hope of qualifying, as Frinkfaruzzi leads the group with 10 points and is within the qualification, and Monaco comes in second place with 7 points, and finally the Serbian Red Star with 6 points. The second to the round of 32 is repeated to face the third-placed in the Champions League.



Trabzon vs Frinkfaruzzi


Despite Trabzon’s ability to qualify, their fate is not in their hands because they are one point behind Monaco and are equal in points with Red Star on goal difference because they have an identical record of confrontations, and in the case of Monaco’s victory over the Red Star, Trabzon’s hopes of qualifying will be eliminated regardless of the outcome. The Turkish team with its Hungarian counterpart.


And if the Red Star wins over Monaco, Trabzonspor must win and direct confrontations will be used to determine the identity of the qualifier.


Trabzon has a distinguished record at home in Europe, as it has not lost a match since losing to Roma in the Champions League qualifiers in August 2021.


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