Cyprus coach Angelos Anastasiadis has welcomed back striker Michalis Konstantinou as the islanders aim to secure third place in UEFA EURO 2008™ Group D.
Ireland in sights
The 29-year-old was not in the squad for Cyprus's impressive 3-1 defeat of Wales followed by their 1-1 draw in the Republic of Ireland last month due to injury but Konstantinou is back for the trip to Germany on 17 November and visit of the Czech Republic four days later. Both their opponents have already qualified, giving Cyprus hope of overturning a two-point deficit to Ireland, who only have one game left in Wales. Speedy attacker Estathios Aloneftis is also back from the suspension which ruled him out in Dublin.
Goalkeepers: Antonis Giorgallides (AC Omonia), Sofronis Avgoustis (AEK Larnaca FC), Michalis Morfis (APOEL FC).
Defenders: Lambros Lambrou (Anorthosis Famagusta FC), Paraskevas Christou (AEK Larnaca FC), Stelios Okkarides (Apollon Limassol FC), Christis Theofilou (Apollon Limassol FC), Georgios Theodotou (AC Omonia), Alexandros Garpozis (Apollon Limassol FC), Marios P. Nicolaou (Panionios GSS), Elias Charalambous (PAOK FC).
Midfielders: Chrysostomos Michael (APOEL FC), Konstantinos Makrides (APOEL FC), Marinos Satsias (APOEL FC), Christos Marangos (Apollon Limassol FC), Konstantinos Charalampidis (FC Carl Zeiss Jena).
Forwards: Yiasoumis Yiasoumi (Aris Limassol FC), Michalis Konstantinou (Olympiacos CFP), Yiannis Okkas (RC Celta de Vigo), Efstathios Aloneftis (FC Energie Cottbus), Nektarios Alexandrou (Larissa FC).
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