The FOUR FC Vaduz players Bala Town should keep tabs on

It is just under a week to go until Bala’s Europa League qualifier with FC Vaduz but who are the men to look out for?

The Liechenstein side have some familar faces for those who follow British football closely and they could be coming back to the British isles to haunt the Lakesiders.

Four players have been identified as possible danger men that Bala will have to be wary of going into their two-legged tie.

Benjamin Siegrist – Goalkeeper

Siegrist signed for the Princely Club last season and made 27 appearances. The goalkeeper put in some impressive performances, including a clean sheet against Champions League qualifiers Young Boys. Siegrist might be a familiar name to English football fans, as he spent 8 years with Aston Villa, winning the FA Youth Cup. Siegrist has also had international success with Switzerland. In 2009, he won the FIFA U-17 World Cup, winning the golden glove in the process. Since then, he has been out on loan with various English clubs such as Cambridge United, Solihull Moors and Wycombe Wanderers before signing for Vaduz in 2016.

Philip Muntwiler – Midfielder

Muntwiler was the highest appearance maker last season for the Residenzler, with 32 appearences out of a possible 35 in the league. The 30 year old has made 116 appearances overall for FC Vaduz since joining them in 2014. With being the highest appearance maker last season, he holds the record for the most appearances for an FC Vaduz player in the Swiss Super League.

Moreno Costanzo – Winger

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Costanzo scored the most goals in the league for FC Vaduz last season, netting 6 goals. He’s also got European pedigree, scoring twice last season in the club’s Europa League run. Costanzo is also the vice-captain of the club.

Axel Borgmann – Defender

Borgmann is a youngster in an ageing squad. At the age of 22, he played 29 games last season, the most of any other FC Vaduz defender. He came through the highly prestigious Schalke youth system, which has produced players such as Mesut Özil, Manuel Neuer and Julian Draxler.

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