• Friday May 10, 2013

    El Salvador roster for Chile U20 friendly

    SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador - El Salvador under-20 national head coach Mauricio Alfaro announced Friday a list of 20 players, who will face host Chile in a friendly on May 15 in Valparaiso.

    The Salvadorans are preparing for the U-20 World Cup, which will take next month in Turkey. It will be the Central American nation's first-ever appearance at the FIFA event after finishing third at the 2013 CONCACAF Under-20 Championship in Puebla, Mexico.

    EL SALVADOR UNDER-20 ROSTER
    Friendly away v Chile - May 15, 2013, at Valparaiso

    Kevin Ayala (Turín), Olivier Ayala (Leon/Mexico), Kevin Barahona (Turín), Marvin Baumgartner (FC Zurich/Switzerland), Diego Coca (Turín), Benjamín Díaz (University of the District of Columbia/USA), Douglas Gil (Atlético Marte), René Gómez (Turín), Tomás Granitto (unattached), Jairo Henríquez (Turín), Romilio Hernández (Baltimore Bays/USA), Kelvin Herrera (Falls Church High School/USA), Miguel Lemus (Turín), Bernardo Majano (Louisburg College/USA), Adolfo Menéndez (CD FAS), Rolando Morales (Turín), José Peña (Turín), Óscar Rodríguez (San José Sacare), José Villavicencio (Turín), Giovanny Zavaleta (Turín).

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