Football player from San Luis to the IBSA World Championship in England – El Sol de San Luis

Rangel Monreal, 24, is the only soccer player from San Luis Potosi on the Mexican team, who spent a week of focus at the CDMX Mexico Paralympic Center ahead of the trip.

It is worth noting that a few months ago, the man from San Luis scored the goal that Mexico won the bronze medal at the 2023 Parapan American Games in Bogota, in addition to wearing the captain’s armband and having extensive experience despite his age at the national level. Team as striker or medical assistant.

Mexico will be represented by ten players, eight of whom are on the field and two goalkeepers, in addition to three people on the coaching staff. The official list consists of: The coaching staff. – Raul Ortiz (Puebla coach), Ricardo Bonet (Arco guide, Puebla) and Cesar Cuevas (Physiotherapist, Jalisco).

Goalkeepers: Judel Martinez (Puebla), Carlos Menchaca (Jalisco). Outfield players: Eduardo Cerezo (Puebla Captain), Francisco Javier Rangel Monreal (San Luis Potosí), Gerardo Sotelo (Coahuila), Omar Otero (Puebla), Edgar Carrillo (Jalisco), Reynaldo Rivera (CDMX), Adrian Morales (Edo). Mex) and Carlos Rodriguez (Nuevo Leon).

The Aztec representative will start his participation in Group D next Wednesday on the 16th against Morocco. His next commitment will be against Iran on Friday the 18th, and he will close out against Brazil, one of the world powers in the major, on Saturday August 20th.

The selected staff and technicians would like to thank the Mexican Federation of Sports for the Blind and Visually Impaired AC, COPAME and CONADE for all the support provided to be able to travel to the United Kingdom.

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Francisco Javier Rangel of Potosi has traveled with the Mexican Blind Soccer Team to Birmingham, England, where they will compete in the IBSA (International Blind Sports Federation) World Championships.

Rangel Monreal, 24, is the only soccer player from San Luis Potosi on the Mexican team, who spent a week of focus at the CDMX Mexico Paralympic Center ahead of the trip.

It is worth noting that a few months ago, the man from San Luis scored the goal that Mexico won the bronze medal at the 2023 Parapan American Games in Bogota, in addition to wearing the captain’s armband and having extensive experience despite his age at the national level. Team as striker or medical assistant.

Mexico will be represented by ten players, eight of whom are on the field and two goalkeepers, in addition to three people on the coaching staff. The official list consists of: The coaching staff. – Raul Ortiz (Puebla coach), Ricardo Bonet (Arco guide, Puebla) and Cesar Cuevas (Physiotherapist, Jalisco).

Goalkeepers: Judel Martinez (Puebla), Carlos Menchaca (Jalisco). Outfield players: Eduardo Cerezo (Puebla Captain), Francisco Javier Rangel Monreal (San Luis Potosí), Gerardo Sotelo (Coahuila), Omar Otero (Puebla), Edgar Carrillo (Jalisco), Reynaldo Rivera (CDMX), Adrian Morales (Edo). Mex) and Carlos Rodriguez (Nuevo Leon).

The Aztec representative will start his participation in Group D next Wednesday on the 16th against Morocco. His next commitment will be against Iran on Friday the 18th, and he will close out against Brazil, one of the world powers in the major, on Saturday August 20th.

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The selected and technical staff would like to thank the Mexican Federation of Sports for the Blind and Visually Handicapped, COPAME and CONADE for all the support that has enabled them to travel to the UK.

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