Football: found drunk, four young Poles excluded from the selection before the U17 World Cup

Football: found drunk, four young Poles excluded from the selection before the U17 World Cup

The one who drinks is the one who doesn’t play! This is the lesson learned the hard way by four players in the Polish under-17 football team. A few days before the start of the World Cup in the category, which is taking place in Indonesia, this quartet was sent back to Europe manu militari after being caught in a very advanced state of intoxication and for “unsportsmanlike conduct and violation of the regulations” according to the press release from the Polish federation.

According to the Polish media Matches, which relates the facts, the scene dates back to Sunday. After a final preparation match against the United States in Bali (2-2), the players and staff return to their hotel. But when he went around the rooms, Marcin Wlodarski, the coach, realized that two of them were silent and empty.

Absent in the call, the attackers Oskar Tomczyk, Filip Rozga and the two midfielders Jan Labedzki and Filip Wolski would have wanted to extend the party and the third half in a bar on the Indonesian island. According to the national media, the four young players were drunk when the staff members found them. Tomczyk even suffered a head injury. Sanctions are also expected upon their return to their clubs. Poland will kick off its competition on November 11 at 10 a.m. against Japan.

Also competing in this world championship, the French under-18 team will begin the event with the group stage against Burkina Faso the next day (10 a.m. French time). The Bleuets will continue with the Republic of Korea on Wednesday, November 15 (10 a.m.) then the United States on Saturday, November 18 (1 p.m.). Finalists of their Euro last summer (5-4 defeat in the tabs against Germany), the partners of Yoram Zague (only representative of PSG) are among the favorites.


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