2017/18

Players in

PLAYERFROMFEEDATE
Leonard SowahHeartsFree01 Jul, 2017
Petteri ForsellMariehamnUnknown01 Jul, 2017
Sergei ZenjovQabalaUnknown01 Jul, 2017
Michal PeskovicKorona KielceUnknown01 Jul, 2017
Adam DejaP Bielsko-BialaUnknown01 Jul, 2017
Michal HelikRuch ChorzowUnknown01 Jul, 2017
Michal SiplakS. BratislavaUnknown01 Jul, 2017
Oleksiy DytyatevKarpaty LvovUnknown01 Jul, 2017
Javi HernandezGornik Leczna01 Aug, 2017
Matic FinkRizesporUnknown01 Aug, 2017
Antonini CulinaLuganoYouth12 Jan, 2018
Niko DatkovicUni CraiovaUnknown01 Feb, 2018
Total: £0

Players out

PLAYERTOFEEDATE
Piotr PolczakAstra GiurgiuUnknown01 Jul, 2017
Sreten SretenovicBorac CacakUnknown01 Jul, 2017
Tomasz BrzyskiSandecja N SUnknown01 Jul, 2017
Robert LitauszkiUjpest DozsaUnknown01 Jul, 2017
Bartlomiej DudzicSandecja N SUnknown15 Jul, 2017
Pawel JaroszynskiChievoUnknown18 Jul, 2017
Erik JendrisekXanthiUnknown01 Aug, 2017
Jakub WojcickiJagielloniaUnknown01 Jan, 2018
Piotr MalarczykKorona KielceUnknown01 Feb, 2018
Total: £0

Players loaned in

PLAYERFROMSTARTEND
None

Players loaned out

PLAYERTOSTARTEND
None

Players released

PLAYERDATE
None
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Match in Focus

18:00 TODAY SKY

Switzerland v Qatar

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • The Swiss are unbeaten in 11 matches on home soil
Expert verdict
Switzerland hammered Iceland 6-0 in their last home game and should have no problems in this friendly against Qatar. The visitors failed to make the World Cup, finishing bottom of their third-round qualifying group in Asia, and lost 2-0 away to Uzbekistan in a friendly in October.