Rule breaking Vladimir Coufal has been sent home by the Czech Republic management.
The Hammers right back is in huge trouble with his national team after West Ham team mate Tomas Soucek’s heroics against Poland. Coufal has been expelled from the Czech squad for what has been described as “breaking team rules.” The Hammers right back – who provided a looping cross from which Tom scored the team’s equaliser against Poland – has since been sent home with two others from the team It’s the last thing one would expect to read of a player who has shown himself to be entirely committed and loyalty at club and country level.
But a statement was released by the Czechs this morning (Sunday) claimed that the three players – Coufal, Jakub Brabec and Jan Kuchta – had indeed been dismissed from the squad which meets Moldova tomorrow evening (Mon) needing to avoid defeat in order to qualify for the Finals of Euro 24. At an entirely selfish level, for which one apologises to the player, this may help the Hammers be should he be out of further international duty from here on in.
Rule breaking Vladimir Coufal has been sent home
The Hammers right back is in huge trouble with his national team after West Ham team mate Tomas Soucek’s heroics against Poland.
The statement from the Czech camp declared:: “Three players of the national team fundamentally violated the internal rules of the national team on Saturday night. Jakub Brabec, Vladimír Coufal and Jan Kuchta left the national team meeting with immediate effect by decision of the national team management.”