The Mexican Federation announced this Thursday that a new national team training camp will take place this September 15 to the 18th in the Centro de Alto Rendimiento (CAR). The FMF also confirmed the 29-man roster that will take part in the camp.
Coach Gerardo Martino will be in charge, and just like in the last training camp, it will consist mostly of young players. The majority of those players will be available for the U-23 team that is set to go to the U-23 CONCACAF Championship, tournament that gives two tickets to the Olympic Games. It’s not been announced, but many think that this will be the base of the squad that will face the friendly against Trinidad and Tobago and the Nations League games with Bermuda and Panama.
The call up list was as follows:
Goalkeepers: Raul Gudiño (Chivas), Sebastian Jurado (Veracruz), Jose Hernandez (Atlas)
Defenders: Alan Mozo (Pumas), Kevin Alvarez (Pachuca), Vladimir Loroña (Tijuana), Adrian Mora (Toluca), Cristian Calderon (Necaxa), Luis Romo (Queretaro), Johan Vasquez (Monterrey), Ismael Govea (Atlas), Gerardo Arteaga (Santos), Jesus Angulo (Atlas), Aldo Cruz (Tijuana)
Midfielders: Jonathan Gonzalez (Monterrey), Sebastian Cordova (America), Francisco Figueroa (Pachuca), Joaquin Esquivel (FC Juarez), Ian Jairo Torres (Atlas), Ivan Rodriguez (Leon), Erick Aguirre (Pachuca), Ulises Cardona (Atlas), Ricardo Angulo (Necaxa), Francisco Venegas (Tigres), Adrian Lozano (Santos)
Forwards: Jose Juan Macias (Leon), Paolo Yrizar (Queretaro), Jesus Godinez (Leon), Roberto de la Rosa (Pachuca)
Mexico’s next games will be on October 2 against Trinidad and Tobago, and then El Tricolor will begin their Nations League participation against Bermuda on October 11 and Panama on October 15.