Yeovil Town look almost certain to need a new goalkeeper for next weekend's FA Cup First Round match against Hereford United, after West Ham United keeper Marek Stech was given an international call-up. Czech Republic Under-21 international coach Jakub Dovalil has named the squad that will travel to Armenia for a Euro Under-21 qualifying match, and has listed Stech as one of two goalkeepers in the travelling party.
The match in Armenia takes place on Friday 11th November, with a 1.00p.m. kick-off, and with Stech currently their first choice keeper with ten caps to his name at that level he is likely to start in that match. Stech's one month loan at Huish Park is due to expire on November 19th meaning that he would have one more game for the Glovers following that cup tie, but then both clubs would need to make a decision on his future.
The Glovers do have goalkeeping coach Gareth Stewart registered with the club as a player, but he has yet to be drawn into competitive action.
Czech Republic Under-21 Squad to face Armenia:
Roman Valeš (FK Baumit Jablonec), Marek Štěch (West Ham United - on loan at Yeovil Town)
Pavel Čmovš (NEC Nijmegen), Lukáš Hejda (FK Příbram), Tomáš Kalas (Vitesse Arnhem), Jan Lecjaks (Young Boys Bern), Milan Nitrianský (SK Slavia Praha), Filip Novák (FK Baumit Jablonec)
Vladimír Darida (FC Viktoria Plzeň), Marek Hanousek (FK Dukla Praha), Josef Hušbauer (AC Sparta Praha), Jan Kopic (FK Baumit Jablonec), Ladislav Krejčí (AC Sparta Praha), Lukáš Mareček (RSC Anderlecht)
Václav Kadlec (AC Sparta Praha), Jan Chramosta (FK Mladá Boleslav), Martin Nešpor (Bohemians 1905), Tomáš Wágner (FK Příbram)
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