Lisandro Clarus, From Deportation to Summons to Major Selecta

Firpo defender and Sub-Mukhtar 23 will be attending his first-team first call. Someone who found a new lease on life in football

In 2017, Lisandro Claros He was about to attend the University of North Carolina in the United States when he was deported to it The savior He soon found a new lease on life in football. He appeared in Division One with Independiente de San Vicente and was later promoted to Verbo, with the acquisition of the Vincennes category.

Now, the player is a novelty in the first-team call, having also been taken into account by coach Hugo Perez, in the pre-Olympic CONCACAF.

“The truth is, I feel more excited about this new opportunity. It is a dream come true now to be able to fight for a position for the first national team, which is what every Salvadoran footballer dreams about,” said the bullfighting defender.

The defender wants to take advantage of participating in this debut, “first to continue growing as a player and then try to be in the group for the knockout matches”, which will be held in June, against the US Virgin Islands and Antigua. Barbuda.

The player admitted that this news surprised him: “I did not expect this call. Now (on Friday) during training they told me that I was called and thought it was a joke. When I got back from the pre-Olympics, I had a few minutes but God knows how to carry his things, I never stopped. About giving 200% in every training session, trying to be in the best position even if I didn’t play and thank God. Now I’m playing, ”he said.

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That is why, Clarus remembers his deportation, seeing this as another chance for life: “When they passed me away, I came without goals, without dreams, but I never blamed God for everything I went through. I have always trusted that he is guiding me with his hands on the right path and now undoubtedly it is God who gives me All these new opportunities. “

The player commented that he is waiting for his immigration status to be resolved, to return with his family in the United States.

But while this is happening, the defender wants Juquaba to continue living his dream as a professional player, who has high expectations: “Every hope and goal for a Salvadoran player is to be able to go out and play in another country. Firstly, my God with so much work, I will be able to Achieving this goal that I set for myself, which is to go out and play outside El Salvador, ”Clarus closed extremely excited.

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