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Thursday, 1 June, 2000, 11:47 GMT 12:47 UK
Jankulozski named in final 22
Czech Republic coach Jozef Chovanec has included under-21 midfielder star Marek Jankulovski in his final Euro 2000 squad of 22.
The gifted playmaker, who is currently at the European under-21 championship finals in Slovakia, looks likely to be asked to fill the midfield void left by Patrik Berger who is suspended from the first two games against France and Holland.
The four others to miss out were goalkeeper Radek Cerny, midfielders Miroslav Baranek and Ivo Ulich, and striker Pavel Verbir.
Liverpool stars Vladimir Smicer and Berger, who has been in inspirational form for his club this season, have both been named in the squad.
Sheffield Wednesday keeper Pavel Srnicek also made the 22 as the Czech's look to build upon their impressive qualifying campaign.
Czech Republic squad:
Goalkeepers: Jaromir Blazek (Sparta Prague), Ladislav Maier (Rapid Vienna), Pavel Srnicek (Sheffield Wednesday).
Defenders: Milan Fukal (Sparta Prague), Petr Gabriel (Sparta Prague), Jiri Novotny (Sparta Prague), Karel Rada (Slavia Prague), Petr Vlcek (Slavia Prague), Tomas Repka (Fiorentina).
Midfielders: Radek Bejbl (Atletico Madrid), Patrik Berger (Liverpool), Pavel Horvath (Slavia Prague), Marek Jankulovski (Banik Ostrava), Radoslav Latal (Schalke 04), Jiri Nemec (Schalke 04), Pavel Nedved (Lazio), Karel Poborsky (Benfica), Tomas Rosicky (Sparta Prague).
Forwards: Jan Koller (Anderlecht), Pavel Kuka (VfB Stuttgart), Vratislav Lokvenc (Sparta Prague), Vladimir Smicer (Liverpool).
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