Alex Roldan and Eric Zavaleta, Seleka Victims of the League of Nations

La Selecta has revealed the list of players they will be competing with in the three CONCACAF Nations League matches that will take place this June.

During Thursday night, it was determinant He confirmed the list of players he will be playing with at the upcoming FIFA date in June, where the Blue and White team will be shown at the premiere in CONCACAF League of Nations, Where they will be in League A.

In the one that summoned Hugo Perez, absences Alexander Roldan and Eric Zavaleta, The fact that the coach has already come between the lines in various interviews, following the group’s breakup on the day Selecta threatened not to play against Canada at the Concacaf Octagonal.

The United States announced its “stars” for the Selecta visit in Cuscatlan

After the losses, the merger that the national team will carry will be the same Eric CapalcetaCosta Rica-Italian-Salvadoran who will make his debut with the blue and white, as well as the goalkeeper Thomas Romerowho will eventually go on to play internationally for El Salvador.

The Legion that will be part of the payroll, as well as Romero and Cabalceta, are Alexandre Larrain, Ronald Rodriguez, Enrico Doñas Hernandez, Darwin Siren, Christian Martinez, Eric Calvilo, Nelson Bonilla, Roberto Molina and Joaquin Rivas.

Selecta FIFA History June Salary List by Concacaf Nations League. Image source: La Selecta | FESFUT

The players who are in contention for the final match between Alianza and Aguila will join the focus after the match, before the matches to be played on June 4 against Granada in Estadio Cuscatlan, on June 10 in Granada and on June 14, again in the “Giant of Monserrat”, against the United States.

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