Mexico City (APRO). – The coach of the national team, Gerardo Tata Martino, confirmed that it is illogical to consider striker Carlos Villa as a support for the U-23 team that will participate in the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Olympics, because he is not fully prepared for that. Wear a representative tricolor shirt.
I’m not Jaime’s boss (Lozano, coach of the pre-Olympics team), far from that. I’m a fellow, I’m not the one to give orders, far from it. Outside of me I put myself above your position.
What I said is that in the case of Carlos, when one is available to choices, then one is available to all. You cannot be with one without the other, Martineau said, and it seems counterintuitive to turn to a footballer who is not fully prepared to wear the national team shirt as wide as the word.
At a hypothetical press conference, on the eve of the match between the main teams of Mexico and Costa Rica in European soil, Gerardo Martineau took the opportunity to congratulate the U-23 actor who last Sunday won a ticket to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games after beating his Canadian counterpart in Concacaf Pre-Olympic 2-0.
What the boys did in Guadalajara is excellent. Jaime and his entire technical team prepared with fervent conscience, comparing it to the elimination of the United States. Surprises in football are permanent, and what happened to the United States with Honduras could happen to Mexico, but they were not given any option for that to happen, because they won the ticket with great authority.
The coach guaranteed full support for Jaime Lozano’s final roster. The Olympic competition regulations allow each U-23 team to incorporate three players over 23 into the official roster as reinforcements.