The game is this Sunday at 6:00 pm.
In our view of the Pre-Olympic that will be held in the country in January 2024, the Venezuelan U23 team will face Colombia this Sunday in Miami.
At 6:00 pm at the DRV PNK Stadium, home of Inter Miami, the meeting will take place, where both strategists want to see new faces.
In the case of Venezuela for the Pre-Olympic and they are called U23 players, most have seen action in the United States and others in the local tournament led by Yerson Chacón, new champion of Deportivo Táchira.
There are also the Guyanese Brayan Alcocer, who plays for Uruguay in Boston River and Rafael Uzcátegui, from Mineros.
On the Colombian side, Néstor Lorenzo called different players than usual, thinking not only about the tie to expand the universe of players, but also about the Copa América that will take place in the United States between June and July 2024.
This is a good test for both teams, with players who want to stand out so that they can be considered for the official matches.
Working in Miami
Ricardo Valiño will manage this group, under the supervision of Fernando “Bocha” Batista, who has been in the city since the beginning of the week.
In the last few days they have been training and making the group in tune to face the game in the best possible way.
One of the new faces is Nicola Profeta, who recently played in the U17 World Cup with Venezuela and left a beautiful image, so the Argentine strategist did not hesitate to bring him to Miami.
Through social networks it was reported that Pedro Álvarez from Deportivo La Guaira participated in the practices. Within the group there is also Daniel Pereira, the player who is a refugee in that country and therefore cannot leave its territory.
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