West Ham Star Vladimir Coufal Sent Home from Czech Republic Team for Violating Team Rules
West Ham star Vladimir Coufal has been sent home from the Czech Republic national team for violating team rules, along with two other players. The Czech camp released a statement on Sunday morning announcing the decision.
The statement explained that “Three players of the national team fundamentally violated the internal rules of the national team on Saturday night. Jakub Brabec, Vladimír Coufal, and Jan Kuchta have been immediately removed from the national team by decision of the team management.”
The Czech Republic is currently vying for qualification for Euro 2024 and has an important final group stage match against Moldova on Monday night. A victory or draw in this match will secure their place in the tournament in Germany next summer.
Coufal, who played the full 90 minutes in the 1-1 draw with Poland on Friday, is in his fourth season at West Ham after joining from Slavia Prague.
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The Crucial Match against Moldova
The Czech Republic currently sits second in their group, behind Albania. Moldova is just two points behind them and could overtake them with a victory. The Czechs must avoid defeat to secure their qualification for Euro 2024.
Stay tuned for more updates on this developing story.