The first training took place on Sunday at George Capwell Stadium with the attendance of 8 football players.
Preparations for the Ecuadorean team began, on Sunday, with eight players out of 26, and they are scheduled to focus from Monday in Guayaquil to continue training there with the aim of qualifying for the Qatar World Cup 2022 against Bolivia, Venezuela and Colombia.
The remaining players joined Sunday evening after Round 9 of Stage 2 of LigaPro and will continue their preparations until the return of the other armies.
The first training took place at the George Capwell Stadium in the presence of coach Gustavo Alfaro and his crew Work crew Technical.
According to information on the official page of the Ecuadorean Football Federation (FEF), the first to join the call for the October triple date was Angel Mina, from Mexico. Then came Gonzalo Plata from Spain, Alan Franco from Brazil, and Jason Mendes from the United States.
According to the video images, local media include Fernando Gaibor and Jose Angolo, archers Moises Ramirez and possibly Alexandre Dominguez, who was due to arrive in Guayaquil on Sunday.
It was planned that the Barcelona SC and Emelec elements would be added at night.
New to the call is Jeremy Sarmiento, the Ecuadorean from English Premier League club Brighton.
“On Monday, Tri will be practically complete and will operate in two shifts. At 13:30 on Tuesday, Professor Gustavo Alfaro and one of his subjects will interact with the media at a press conference, “via teleconference.”
Ecuador starts the tri-day by visiting Bolivia, Thursday 7 October, at the Monumental Banco Pichincha, the eleventh day of the World Cup, and will visit Venezuela in Caracas on October 10 the fifth, postponed in March by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The third challenger to the trio will be Colombia, which they will face in Barranquilla on October 14 for a twelfth day.
The national team needs to raise its head after having achieved a win, a draw and a defeat in the previous three-time draw.
Ecuador is fourth in the standings with 13 units, two units less than Uruguay, five units less than Argentina and eleven teams less than leaders Brazil. Colombia has the same score as La Tri, but their goal difference is lower.
Those summoned by Gustavo Alfaro:
Goalkeepers: Alexandre Dominguez (Cerro Largo, Uruguay), Pedro Ortiz (Emelek) and Moises Ramirez (Independiente del Valle).
Defenders: Angelo Preciado (Genk, Belgium), Felix Torres (Santos Laguna, Mexico), Robert Arboleda (São Paulo, Brazil), Xavier Arriaga (Seattle, USA), Diego Palacios (Los Angeles, USA), Pervis Estupinian. (Villarreal, Spain), Piero Hincape (Bayer Leverkusen, Germany), Luis Fernando Leon (Barcelona SC) and Byron Castillo (Barcelona SC).
Midfielders: Carlos Gruezo (Usburg, Germany), Gigson Mendes (Orlando City, USA), Moises Caicedo (Beerschot Virginia, Belgium), Alan Franco (Atletico Mineiro, Brazil), Gonzalo Plata (Valladolid, Spain) Fernando Jaipur (Independent Deal). Valle), Joao Rojas (Emelec), Angel Mina (Lyon, Mexico), Ayrton Preciado (Santos Laguna, Mexico) and Jeremy Sarmiento (Brighton, England).
Forwards: Michael Estrada (Toluca, Mexico), Iner Valencia (Fenerbahce, Turkey), Jose Angulo (Independiente del Valle) and Brian Angulo (Cruz Azul, Mexico).
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