Norilsk Nickel FC players go to Russian national team
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Norilsk Nickel FC players go to Russian national team

October 30, 2020

Nikolay Balashov and Ruslan Kudziev were invited to the main team of the country.

#ARCTIC. #SIBERIA. THIS IS TAIMYR. The Russian national futsal team trains in Krasnogorsk, Moscow region, at the sports base of the Aquarium Hotel. There, the Russians are preparing for the 2022 European Championship qualification.

17 football players were summoned to the national team, including two Norilsk citizens – forward Ruslan Kudziev and goalkeeper Nikolay Balashov.

Also, two representatives of the Tyumen team, three persons from the Gazprom-Yugra and four players the Sinara received an invitation to the national team. Six persons from the current champion of the country – the Communist Party of the Russian Federation – were delegated to the national team.

The training camp of the Russians will last until November 4, and the group qualification round starts in December. At the same time, the teams of France and Georgia became the rivals of our team. The fourth team of the group will become known after the play-off matches between Bulgaria and Armenia, which will take place on November 5 and 11.

As the This Is Taimyr wrote earlier, in the last round of the Super League, Norilsk Nickel took over the Torpedo.

Text: Mikhail Tuaev, Photo: Russia Futsal Association

October 30, 2020

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