Ricardo Garica wants Peru to play against Chile or Ecuador in the United States

The Argentine coach for the Peruvian national team, Ricardo Garica, wants his team to play a friendly match against Chile or Ecuador, led by Gustavo Alvaro, in the United States, in the days that were empty at the time of the South American qualifiers. Qatar 2022 has been postponed due to the difficulty of soccer players playing in Europe to travel to South America due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

The local sports daily Libero said the idea is to play against Chile or Ecuador, which may also be a rival to Argentina in a friendly match, in Tampa, Florida.

Garica was planning to call in players from the Peruvian tournament as well as from MLS, as there would be no major problems with his transfer as he was friendly on North American soil.

However, the Peruvian Football Association (FPF) is not indifferent to the location of the World Cup due to the pandemic and knows that it will rely on MLS allowing players to join their chosen team on an unofficial date in a full competition. Sweetened.

CONMEBOL and FIFA reached an agreement to suspend the double deadline for the qualifiers after European clubs indicated they would not abandon their South American players. For this reason, Peru will not play Bolivia and Venezuela on March 25-30 as planned.

(Telam)

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