Tim Krul has played well in his two games back for Newcastle since recovering from his elbow injury he picked up while training with the Dutch squad.
Tim Krul – in good form after injury spell
So it’s not surprising that Tim has been recalled to the 34-man Dutch squad for the upcoming international friendly against Germany on November 14th.
Holland will will be without one of their other goalkeepers – Swansea’s Michel Vorm – for at least a couple of months, after he picked up an injury at Manchester City on Saturday.
Just before Tim was injured he revealed he had been told by Holland manager Louis Van Gaal, that he was now the Holland number one goalkeeper and preferred to former number one – Maarten Stekelenburg of Roma
The Netherlands were beaten 3-0 by Germany at the Euro 2012 tournament, and will be trying to get the upper hand in this game.
Here is the 34 man squad:
Goalkeepers: Kenneth Vermeer – Ajax, Maarten Stekelenburg – Roma, Tim Krul – Newcastle, Jeroen Zoet -RKC
Defenders: Daley Blind Ajax, Douglas – Twente, John Heitinga – Everton, Ricardo van Rhijn – Ajax, Nick Viergever AZ,Ron Vlaar – Aston Villa, Gregory van der Wiel – Paris Saint-Germain,Jetro Willems – PSV,Bruno Martins Indi – Feyenoord, Daryl Janmaat – Feyenoord, Joris Mathijsen – Feyenoord, Stefan de Vrij – Feyenoord
Midfielders: Ibrahim Afellay – Schalke,Jordy Clasie – Feyenoord, Urby Emanuelson – AC Milan, Marco van Ginkel – Vitesse, Siem de Jong – Ajax, Adam Maher – AZ, Kevin Strootman – PSV, Rafael van der Vaart – Hamburg, Nigel de Jong – AC Milan,
Attackers: Luciano Narsingh – PSV, Bas Dost – Wolfsburg, Eljero Elia – Werder Bremen, Klaas-Jan Huntelaar – Schalke, Dirk Kuyt – Fenerbahce, Ruben Schaken – Feyenoord, Jeremain Lens – PSV, Robin van Persie – Manchester United, Arjen Robben – Bayern Munich