How to get fit for Euro 2016

Coach Mike Petke and his coaching staff have spent the last few months preparing the squad for Euro 2020.

The squad has been heavily tested, but the players have been kept in a state of good health.

Coach Petke is set to announce the squad in earnest on Saturday. 

The players are also training in the gym and the team will be on the pitch in three weeks time for the first of four games against Spain in Helsinki, Finland.

The game against Estonia is the first game in Group E, which includes Lithuania, Croatia, Poland and the Czech Republic. 

In order to get a good fitness, the squad will have to travel from a very small island to a large one. 

To get around the island, the players will have a specially adapted vehicle and then take the train for two hours to get to their destination. 

“There are four roads, so it’s really a very long distance, and they have a lot of difficulty getting to their destinations,” Petke said.

“I think that it’s important for us to be able to prepare ourselves and to have the right equipment for the journey.” 

Petke, who is also head coach of the Netherlands national team, has been on a two-month holiday with his family. 

Petkel says the squad has to be ready to face Spain in the tournament’s opening game. 

It will be a rematch of the World Cup final that saw Germany defeat Spain in June 2018, with Germany winning 3-1. 

For the first time in his managerial career, the Netherlands will not have a manager. 

This is because the team has been stripped of the captaincy. 

A number of former players are still with the team, including striker and winger Tim Krul. 

Pete de Vries will take over as the team’s manager, replacing Petke. 

He has a reputation for being a hard-working coach and, unlike Petke, has a proven track record of success. 

But the Dutch coach is confident in the squad. 

As a team, we have a good base of experience, we can prepare well, and we can play a good football.” “

[Krul] has been one of the players who has done well, but also has done so with a bit of a challenge. 

As a team, we have a good base of experience, we can prepare well, and we can play a good football.” 

It was also a big week for the Dutch national team after the match against the Czechs, with the Netherlands going down to a 0-0 draw with the Czech Union in the first leg of the round of 16. 

 In the final, the Dutch beat Italy 3-0 to win the group and qualify for the finals against Spain. 

‘We’ll play as hard as we want to’ Petker says he wants his players to focus on the final match against Spain and that the team is prepared to do everything possible to reach the finals. 

We want to win against Spain, but we’ll play our best football as well. 

They have to be prepared, but I think we’re very motivated. 

And that will be important, because we’ll have a game in Spain, and the game will be decided by who can win it. 

Spain are also expected to lose to Iceland in the semi-finals of Euro 2020, while the Netherlands face the Czech national team in their last game.