Internationals: 14 Nerazzurri called up

MILAN – Fourteen Nerazzurri players
have been called up by their national teams for friendly matches,
Euro 2012, European Under-21 Championship and Africa Nations Cup
qualifiers scheduled between 1 and 6 September.

inter.it offers you the full list of
matches:

Ricardo Alvarez (Argentina): friendly
matches, Venezuela v Argentina (Calcutta, Friday 2 September) and
Argentina v Nigeria (Dhaka, Tuesday 6 September);

Luca Caldirola, Davide Faraoni and
Davide Santon (Italy Under 21): European Under-21 Championship
qualifier, Hungary v Italy (Székesfehérvár, Sóstói Stadion,
17:00 Tuesday 6 September);

Luc Castaignos (Netherlands Under 21):
European Under-21 Championship qualifiers, Bulgaria v Netherlands
(Lovech, Lovech Stadion, 19:30 Thursday 1 September) and Netherlands v
Luxemburg (Deventer, De Adelaarshorst Stadion, 18:30 Tuesday 6
September);

Julio Cesar, Lucio (Brazil): friendly
match, Brazil v Ghana (London, Craven Cottage, Monday 5 September);

Giampaolo Pazzini, Thiago Motta and
Andrea Ranocchia (Italy): Euro 2012 qualifiers, Faroe Islands v Italy (Tórshavn, Tórsvollur, Friday 2 September) and Italy v Slovenia
(Florence, Stadio Artemio Franchi, Tuesday 6 September);

Dejan Stankovic (Serbia): Euro 2012
qualifiers, Northern Ireland v Serbia (Belfast, Windsor Park, Friday
2 September) and Serbia v Faroe Islands (Belgrade, Stadion FK
Partizan, Tuesday 6 September);

Sulley Muntari (Ghana): Africa Nations
Cup qualifier Ghana v Swaziland (Accra, Friday 2 September), friendly
match, Brazil v Ghana (London, Craven Cottage, Monday 5 September);

Joel Obi (Nigeria): Africa Nations Cup
qualifier, Madagascar v Nigeria (Antananarivo, Sunday 4 September),
friendly match, Argentina v Nigeria (Dhaka, Tuesday 6 September);

Wesley Sneijder (Netherlands): Euro
2012 qualifiers, Netherlands v San Marino (Eindhoven, Philips
Stadion, 20:30 Friday 2 September) and Finland v Netherlands (Helsinki,
Olympic Stadium, 19:00 Tuesday 6 September).

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