The Peruvian National Team He is in the United States to play two friendly matches corresponding to the FIFA date of September. Prior to these meetings, and after their first training session in Los Angeles, both Sergio Peña and Wilder Cartagena gave a press conference.
The first of them was consulted for a controversial story that he published on his Instagram account. The Malmö midfielder uploaded a photo of the airport. “I will not miss you one bit,” was the message he wrote and was interpreted as a hint for his club.
Now, in statements to the press, the 26-year-old midfielder stated that he remains firm in his position. “I do not regret my publication. There are people within the club who have not been transparent with me. These are things that neither as a human being nor as a player will I ever allow. I do not allow someone to be false to me,” he said.
Secondly. Sergio Peña referred to the soccer issue. “I feel more comfortable playing as an 8, mixed, but I haven’t talked about it with Juan (Reynoso). He is a coach with many years of experience. I think he is new to the Peruvian National Team but he knows us all perfectly. I think there is no problem on that side. I’ve played in several positions, even on the outside, and I don’t have any problems. I am a professional footballer and I am prepared to play where I am needed”, he sentenced.
The Peruvian National Team will face Mexico on Saturday, September 24, starting at 8:00 pm, at the Rose Bowl stadium in Pasadena, starting at 8:00 pm. (Peruvian time). The bicolor’s second friendly match against El Salvador is scheduled for September 27 at Audi Field in Washington DC.
Last Monday night, those led had their first practice in California, with 22 selected from the 27 summoned.
Everyone’s team was initially scheduled to train at the Fairplex Complex, but it was not in the state of the field, it was not in good condition, for that reason the technical command decided to look for a new place. Thus they arrived at the facilities of Mt. San Antonio College.
The second training session took place this Tuesday, starting at noon (Peruvian time).
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