After the consecration of the Argentina national team at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar and the victory over France in the final, it is time to quickly turn the page, as it always happens in football, and even more so in a professional field where more and more new challenges arise. time to fight for.
As such, Brazil and Bolivia will face each other on the first day of the CONMEBOL qualifiers ahead of the 2026 Mexico, Canada and USA World Cup, keeping in mind that the first 6 players will directly qualify for the World Cup and those who enter in 7th place will play in the playoffs. We are considering a possible composition of Verdeamarel.
A somewhat rejuvenated Brazil is expected after they were supposed to have achieved not-so-decisive moments at the last World Cup where they lost to Croatia in the quarter-finals. Now without Tite and with Fernando Dinis as interim coach, he will receive the Green at the State Stadium of the Journalista Edgar Augusto Proenza.
Fernando Dinis, Canarinha’s interim technical director until the arrival of Carlo Ancelotti in mid-2024, will make his debut, but it will be far from an idea as he won’t be able to include Vinicius Jr and Neymar Jr. out of eleven, two of the greatest successes of this team, the best winner in the world with five titles.
Danilo, Marquinhos, Gabriel Magalhães, Renan Lodi; Bruno Guimarães, Casemiro, Rafael Veiga; Rodigo, Gabriel Jesus, Gabriel Martinelli.
Rival Bolivia has Gustavo Costas as DT and the roster is expected to include the following 11 players: Carlos Lampe; Jairo Quinteros, Adrian Husino, Marcelo Suarez; Diego Medina, Gabriel Villamil, Luciano Ursino, Victor Abrego, Miguel Terceros; Jaime Arrascaita, Marcelo Martins Moreno.