Quembol Guadalupe It’s one of the feelings of training Choose Peru Sub 20. Current Defender of Orlando City He is one of the Peruvian players with the best projections abroad. However, at one point he was able to choose to defend the United States flag. Learn about the history of the Peruvian Promise in the defensive zone.
how it was?
The defender received an invitation to join the North American team. That’s thanks quibol He holds American citizenship because he was born in New Jersey in 2004.
However, when everyone thought so Guadalupe The Orlando City player decided to wear the United States national team jersey, declined this invitation and becomes part of ‘La Bicolor’.
“On several occasions they have told me this if I so choose United StateI’m going to all the World Cup finals. On the other hand, if he went to Peru, he would have to fight it. Frankly, I struggle with the subject of gratitude. In Fidena, trust me first. I feel like I was born in Peru. My heart is in this country”, Advertise for Click and scroll.
Quembol is currently training at La Videna, being part of the Sub20 “La Bicolor” mini bikes. Along with Diego Otoya (San Jose Earthquakes), David Mejia (Atlanta United) and John Cortez (New York Red Bulls) form a legion of players from the NBA.
In addition to this, he is a relative of two national football personalities like Luis ‘El Cuto’ Guadalupe (his uncle) and Jefferson Farfan (cousin). Undoubtedly, he has talent in his veins.
Pedro Galles and his support for Kimbol Guadalupe
Both belong to Orlando City and the defender had words of thanks from the national goalkeeper. “He helps me a lot, he becomes a friend and a brother. He advises me, he is a wonderful person, he is very humble, he helps me navigate and sometimes he takes me to his house. It is good to live this experience.”
How old is Quembol Guadalupe?
Quembol Guadalupe was born on the 3rd of February 2004 so he will be 17 years old in 2022. Little by little he is expected to emerge at the professional level to be an option in the defensive area of the Peruvian national team.