Brazil focus on Colombia in qualifying

The Brazilian national team Which will be measured this month in Venezuela, Colombia and Uruguay in the qualifying rounds World Cup Qatar 2022 Travel starts this Sunday 3 October 2021 towards Bogota, Where he will focus initially to prepare for the three matches.

Members of the Technical Committee of canarinha, Led by the Brazilian coach, Adenor Leonardo Bacchi TiteTravel this Sunday morning from Rio de Janeiro to Bogota They are already concentrated at the Grand Hyalt Hotel in the capital of Colombia, waiting to be called.

The first players expected in Colombia are the sides Daniel and Alex SandroWho will arrive on Sunday after taking part on Saturday in Juventus’ 1-0 derby win over Turin. Italian Championship.

The other 23 players will have to attend between Sunday night and Monday morning, as Brazil scheduled a first training session for that day with the full squad at 4.30pm local time in Colombia (8.30pm GMT) at a stadium Roof of Bogota.

Neymarplayer Paris Saint-Germain The Frenchman and the main star of the Brazilian national team is waiting for Monday morning, despite the fact that he will not be able to play next Thursday’s match with the French club. Venezuela Because you will have to meet a suspension date to accumulate yellow.

Brazil will focus and train in Bogota until Wednesday afternoon, when they will travel to Caracas for Thursday’s match with them Venezuela, Then you will travel directly to BarranquillaHe will visit Colombia on Sunday 10 October.

In Bogotá, La Canarinha plans to hold daily press conferences between Monday and Wednesday, as well as training sessions throughout the three days, most recently at the stadium. Campin.

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After meeting with coffee growers in Barranquilla, On the same Sunday night, the team will travel to Manaus, the capital of the Brazilian state of Amazonas, where they will host Uruguay on October 14 for the last three matches of this month’s three-way qualifying round.

Brazil, the isolated leader in the South American qualifiers with 24 points after winning the eight matches it has played so far and with a six-point advantage over Argentina, its direct striker, can guarantee its qualification to the Qatar 2022 On the third day of October in the event that his three commitments expire and depending on the results of the other teams.

Tite included eight of the English club’s players among the 25 called up for the three October matches despite doubts over whether they could appear, as their trips were banned in the three-round tour in September.

Brazil called up nine players from Premier League for the triple day in September but none of them attended the focus because the trip was turned down by English clubs, who claimed they would have to spend 14 days in quarantine upon return, and would miss them for more than a month.

The coach had to replace them a few days before the matches.

But, as expected by the Brazilian technical committee, the leaders of the Premier League and the English government announced on Friday an agreement exempting the quarantine of football players coming from countries not included in the red list of the kingdom. pandemic and they are fully vaccinated.

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Of the 25 initially called up by Tite for the three games in October, the only absentee will be the striker Matthews CunhaAtlético de Madrid, the Olympic champion with the Brazil national team in Tokyo 2020, who suffered an injury to the left abductor muscle.

In his place was called striker Arthur Cabral, the Swiss player of Basel, who will have his first chance in Canarinha.

  • The list of invitees for the triennial day is as follows:
    . Porteros: Alisson (Liverpool / ING), Ederson (Manchester City / ING), Everton (Palmeiras).
    . Defenders: Alex Sandro (Juventus / Italy), Danilo (Juventus / Italy), Emerson Royal (Tottenham / ING), Guilherme Arana (Atletico Mineiro), Marquinhos (Paris Saint-Germain / France), Thiago Silva (Chelsea / ING), Edir Militao (Real Madrid / Spain) and Lucas Verissimo (Benfica / Bor).
    . Midfielders: Casemiro (Real Madrid / Spain), Fred (Manchester United / ING), Lucas Paqueta (Lyon / France), Everton Ribeiro (Flemish), Fabinho (Liverpool / ING), Edinilson (international) and Gerson ( Olympique de Marseille /.fra).
    . Forwards: Anthony (Ajax/Netherlands), Neymar (Paris Saint-Germain/France), Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City/England), Arthur Cabral (Basel/Switzerland), Gabriel Barbosa ‘Gabigol’ (Flamingo), Ravenha (Leeds/Inge) and Vinicius Junior (Real Madrid / Spain).

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