El Ghazi: 'No regrets for choosing Orange, next summer for Morocco'

Thus the 22-year-old wing spit that now defends the colors of LOSC Lille in the Ligue 1 and stayed with the Dutch on 2 international matches.

Yesterday afternoon, the KNVB came out with the pre-selection for the upcoming exhibition games against England and Portugal respectively. The brand new national coach Ronald Koeman announced during his appointment to want to bring innovation in Orange. For example, he finally said goodbye to record international Wesley Sneijder last week and also dropped some well-known names in his 33-strong selection yesterday. The ex-coach of, among others, Feyenoord, Southampton and Everton immediately gave shape to that desire to innovate, the 54-year-old figurehead of the KNVB made no less than 7 players debut in the selection of the big Dutch team (including Justin Kluivert, Guus Til). , Ruud Vormer and Steven Bergwijn).

A player who has been out of the reach of the KNVB for a long time and secretly thinks of a future appeal is Anwar El Ghazi, the 2-time Dutch National Team who, despite the explicit interest of former national coach Badou Zaki, still kicks off to competitor Danny Blind . In the face of ELF Football, the LOSC Lille attacker talks about the definitive cut of his international choice in 2015 and about his chances of winning to ever play for the big Dutch.


A choice made from the heart and with the mind, according to El Ghazi himself:


The former youth player of, among others, Sparta Rotterdam and Feyenoord concludes his argument with: