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The ‘forgotten’ by Tata Martino for the 2022 Qatar World Cup

The The Mexican Futbol selection has about eight months to ‘shake off’ the malfunction shown in the Qualifiers and get ready for the Qatar World Cup 2022just for which Gerardo ‘El Tata’ Martino I would already have predefined or outlined the Final Call with which he will face the tournament.

Tata Martino has had a player base with which it has gone through the World Cup process and despite the fact that some Liga MX players have had good streaks in recent tournaments, the TRI coach would not be contemplating them to integrate them into the final list, even those already considered for friendly matches of less importance.

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For the World Cup, many fans and specialists have asked for opportunities for various players, highlighting names such as Santos goalkeeper Carlos Acevedo, former Puebla and now Club América winger Salvador Reyes, or Tigres UANL midfielder Juan Pablo Vigón, but just like them, at least 2 dozen more soccer players would stay “with their bags packed” and some would wait their turn for the cycle with a view to the United 2026 World Cup, where Mexico is already classified.

‘Selectable’ players who would stay out of the 2022 Qatar World Cup:

  • GOALKEEPERS:
  • Carlos Acevedo (Santos Laguna)
  • Raul Gudino (Chivas)
  • Jesus Corona (Blue Cross)
  • DEFENSES:
  • Salvador Reyes (Club America)
  • Diego Barbosa (Atlas)
  • Diego Reyes (Tigers)
  • Carlos Salcedo (Toronto FC)
  • Alan Mozo (Pumas UNAM)
  • Julio Cesar Dominguez (Blue Cross)
  • Gilberto Sepulveda (Chivas)
  • Palermo Ortiz (Pumas)
  • Miguel Layun (Club America)
  • MIDFIELDERS:
  • Juan Pablo Vigon (UANL Tigers)
  • Sebastian Cordova (UANL Tigers)
  • Luis Montes (Club Leon)
  • Jesus Canelo Angulo (Chivas)
  • Fernando Beltran (Chivas)
  • Jose Esquivel (FC Juarez)
  • Jonathan Dos Santos (Club America)
  • FORWARDS:
  • Javier Hernandez (LA Galaxy)
  • Isaac Brizuela (Chivas)
  • Jose Juan Macias (Chivas)
  • Eduardo Aguirre (Santos Laguna)
  • Marcelo Flores (Arsenal)
  • Carlos Vela (LAFC)
  • Orbelín Pineda (Celta de Vigo)
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