Barros Schelotto summons 18 'foreigners' for the friendlies in Paraguay

Barros Schelotto summons 18 ‘foreigners’ for the friendlies in Paraguay

The selection technician Paraguay, Guillermo Barros Schelotto, announced a list of 18 summoned who militate abroad for the friendlies against United Arab Emirates Y Moroccoin which the lateral Ivan Ramirez and the goalkeeper Juan Espinolaboth linked to Argentine football.

The list also includes the youth July Enciso (Brighton & Hove Albion, England), as well as Robert Fernandezfrom FC Dinamo Moscow; Miguel Almiron, from Newcastle United; Y Brian Ojeda, Royal Salt Lake (USA).

The great absentees of this call were the brothers Ángel and Óscar Romero, who form in the templates of the Mexican Cruz Azul and the Argentine Boca Juniors, respectively.

La Albirroja, who on August 31 beat Mexico 1-0 in a friendly played in Atlanta (USA), is preparing to face the Emirati team on September 23, in a match that will take place in Vienna .

Four days later, the Guarani team will play against the team from Morocco in Seville (Spain).

Here is the list of summoned:

Goalkeepers: Antony Silva (Puebla, Mexico); Roberto J. Fernández (Botafogo, Brazil) and Juan Espínola (Godoy Cruz, Argentina).

Defenders: Iván Ramírez (Cordoba Central, Argentina); Fabian Balbuena (Corinthians, Brazil); Roberto Fernández (FC Dinamo Moscow, Russia); Gustavo Gómez (Palmeiras, Brazil); Junior Alonso (Athletic Mineiro, Brazil) and Santiago Arzamendia (Cádiz CF, Spain).

Midfielders: Mathias Villasanti (Gremio, Brazil); Jose Florentin (Velez Sarsfield, Argentina); Andres Cubas (Vancouver Whitecaps, Canada); Braian Ojeda (Real Salt Lake, USA); Jesús Medina (CSKA Moscow, Russia) and Matías Galarza (Coritiba, Brazil).

Forwards: Miguel Almirón (Newcastle United, England), Julio Enciso (Brighton & Hove Albion, England) and Sebastián Ferreira (Houston Dynamo, USA).

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