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Denmark’s Euro 2020 campaign at risk over players’ contract dispute

Denmark’s Euro 2020 campaign at risk over players’ contract dispute

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 The Danish Football Association (DBU) is looking for replacements for regular national team players for this month’s matches against Slovakia and Wales after contract negotiations broke down.

If the DBU fails to recruit players for the games, Denmark, who are ninth in the FIFA world rankings and reached the last 16 at this year’s World Cup, could face expulsion from the 2020 European Championship.

“UEFA has been pretty clear about this,”That would be the worst-case scenario,’’ a DBU spokeswoman said.

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She could not say if the association had been successful in attracting lower-tier players to play in the team’s matches this month.

The dispute is chiefly over the rights of players, including Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Christian Eriksen.

The players’ travelling conditions are also an issue.

The DBU on Sunday rejected the players’ offer to extend their existing contracts for the next two games which would have postponed further negotiations until after those matches.

The team is scheduled to play Slovakia in a friendly on Wednesday and Wales in a Nations League group stage match on Sunday.

Coach Aage Hareide will not be in charge of the team for the games as the FA does not want him to manage a side he did not pick himself, the DBU said.

The DBU last year had to cancel a World Cup qualifying match for the women’s national team against Sweden, also due to a contract dispute.

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