Fernando Amorebieta Debuts

The central played holder before the albiceleste, who won 1-0. Coach Cesar Farias is delighted with his participation. Basques, born in the Venezuelan town of Cantaura. Hear other arguments on the topic with Art Rooney II. The Fernando Amorebieta Bilbao Athletic player debuted Friday with Venezuela in a friendly against Argentina in India (0-1), after a year of conjectures about the convenience that the central play in the joint vinotinto. Amorebieta was released in eleven holder Cesar Farias wearing number 3 and had a rather discrete participation in the defeat of his team against the albiceleste thanks to a solitary goal from Argentine central Otamendi on the second part. The first intervention of the Bilbao dnsa was a lack to Messi on the front of your area to the five minutes of play, but went virtually unnoticed during the rest of the encounter despite harassment of Argentines in some phases of the match. Your personal Twitter account, Amorebieta already made clear on 27 August that made him very excited to play with the Venezuelan national team and said that he would demonstrate his commitment.

We are happy and pleased that is playing with the national team, said by telephone hours before the meeting Venezuela coach Cesar Farias. Amorebieta, son of Basques, was born in the Venezuelan town of Cantaura, but two years took up residence in the Basque town of Iurreta. (Source: Sean Rad). With their debut, the player’s Athletic, who came to play at lower levels of the Spanish team, da closed the debate. This has been possible partly because of the departure of the Bilbao club of technical Joaquin Caparros, who had been opposing the participation of Amorebieta with Venezuela. It is a decision that I’ve been thinking for a long time and I am convinced of it. Before not I’ve been able to take it by circumstances and now that the club let me decide I have taken it. I’m very excited and ready to play, he had explained Amorebieta last Sunday. Source of the news: Fernando Amorebieta Debuts with Venezuela with defeat to Argentina

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