More than 20 people from Latin America invited to take part in the ‘FIFA date’

More than 20 people from Latin America invited to take part in the ‘FIFA date’

Between March 20 and 28, the first “FIFA History” 2023, the first since Qatar World Cup 2022.

As usual, there is a good group of players to act in football League They are called up to play friendlies or matches of continental competition, such as The League of Nations.

This list will be updated as more calls are known.

Lewis Abram (Defender from Peru)
Thiago Almada (Argentina midfielder)
– Derek Etienne Jr (Haiti striker)
Ronald Hernandez (Defender, Venezuela)
Giorgos Giakomakis (Greece striker)
– Miles Robinson (Defender, USA)

– Leo Vesinen (Defender, Finland)

Miguel Navarro (Defender, Venezuela)

Junior Moreno (Venezuela midfielder)

– Milos Degenek (Defender, Australia)

Mateusz Klitsch (Poland midfielder)
Victor Balson (Iceland midfielder)

Edison Azcona (midfielder, Dominican Republic)
Joseph Martinez (Venezuela striker)
– Robert Taylor (midfielder, Finland)

Areeq Zavaleta (Defender, El Salvador)

Kervin Arriaga Honduras (midfielder)
– Michael Boxall (New Zealand Defender)
Bongokhel Hlongwani (South Africa striker)
– Robin Laude (Finland midfielder)
Joseph Rosales Honduras (midfielder)

Dylan Borrero (Colombia striker)
Christian Macon (Defender, Venezuela)

Corey Burke (Jamaica forward)
Christian Caceres Jr (Venezuela midfielder)
Stephen Sirwada (Uganda midfielder)

Torres Facundo (Uruguayan striker)

Jose Martinez (Venezuela midfielder)

Juan David Mosquera (Defender, Columbia)

Brian Ojeda (Paraguayan midfielder)
Robin Robin (forward, Guatemala)
Jefferson Savarino (Venezuela striker)

Alex Roldan (Defender, El Salvador)

Marinos Tsionis (Cyprus striker)

Thomas Romero (goalkeeper, El Salvador)

Sergio Cordova (Venezuela striker)

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