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It starts the Sanvicente's era with the Vintotinto

It starts the Sanvicente's era with the Vintotinto

Posted by Dubraswka Aguilar on August 12, 2014

"It will come a time in which he will be with us," said the coach affirming that doors are not closed. Sanvicente has started his first training coaching Venezuela's national football team.

Arango has said to the press that he is "closer" of retirement that being the Captain's of the Vinotinto (The Burgundy), the only south American nation that has not been in a World Cup Soccer. The Venezuelan forward is the champion high-scorer of the national team with eleven in four South American soccer preliminaries. To Sanvicente "is a blessing to have Arango" and, even though he assured to have talked with the forward player two times, the Mallorca former player requested no to be called to the first round of friendly matches that Venezuela will play in the next months in Asia and South America.

The first match will be against South Korea on September 5th in that country, and on the 9th the will play against Japan. In October, without the day defined, the Vinotinto will visit Oman's national football team and in November they will play in Santiago de Chile, Chile. The tour remains.

"I know all coaches wish to start with a local match, against a week team, but if I have ten times abroad, welcome them. We are going to play abroad," expressed San Vicente. "Chita", the nickname who is called, asked the Venezuelan Football Federation (FVF Spanish initials) to have a match in Bolivia to check the altitude, because he prefers "to make mistakes now" in order to "correct them" than in the preliminaries to Russia 2018, said. 

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