Germany Youth-Team Call-Ups For SC Freiburg's Atubolu, Liefering's AdeyemiPublished: March 11, 2019
Two players of Nigerian descent have received call-ups to Germany U17 national team for international matches this month.
The German Football Association have confirmed through their official website that SC Freiburg goalkeeper Noah Atubolu and FC Liefering striker Karim-David Adeyemi have been invited to the national team.
The 2002-born Atubolu has earned six caps for Germany U17s since he made his debut for that age-group against the Netherlands U17s in September 2018.
This season, he has been in goal in 14 matches in the A-Junioren Bundesliga Süd/Südwest, and kept a clean-sheet against FC Ingolstadt 04 U19 .
Karim-David Adeyemi is returning to the squad after he was left out of the roster for games in October and November plus the U17 Algarve Tournament that was held last month.
A former Germany U16 international, Adeyemi has had a hand in 3 goals in his last five matches for FC Liefering in the Austrian 2. Liga.
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