The U-17 World Cup in Indonesia will be the stage for Venezuela’s return to the World Cup, this time David Martinez and company will try to emulate Venezuela’s best participation in a World Cup. The company reached the finals of the 2017 U-20 World Cup.
Venezuela form a complicated Group F, which also includes Mexico, Germany and New Zealand; La Vinotindo will play its first match against the New Zealand team next Sunday, November 12, in a weekend where countries such as Brazil, Argentina, England or Germany will also play, starting against Mexico and then the Oceania team, the Aztecs will have to face the Creole team on the second day.
The World Cup is marked by the participation of top stars; On the Venezuelan side, David “La Joya” Martínez is top quality, a talented Monacos SC player who has already made his debut in the senior team. The Venezuelan also has other players to take into account, such as Juan Arango Jr. and Alejandro Cicero Jr.
Figures that could add sparkle to the World Cup: Marc Gué, Spanish striker for Barcelona, Cava Elias, Brazilian striker for Fluminense, Claudio Echeverri, Argentine midfielder of the River Plate youth team or Paris Brunner of Germany. Divisions Borussia Dortmund’s youth team.
Indonesia is gearing up to host an event that, while not comparable to the World Cup for senior teams, helps attract many players to the attention of big clubs in Europe so that they can take a big leap in their careers. An early age. In Vinodinto Key, many players who stood out at the U-20 World Cup where Venezuela finished second are living today in good teams like Santos, Girona, Lens or Sao Paulo.
The World Cup starts on November 11 and ends on December 3; 4 grounds will be used for all matches from the first day to the final. Venezuela last participated in the U-17 World Cup in 2013, when Vinodindo failed to win a single match and returned in the group stage. The team included players like Baker Velasquez, Franco Diaz, Francisco Lamantia.
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