Salomon Wbias (#3), who scored the game-winning goal against Panama in the final of the 2013 CONCACAF Under-17 Championship, was called into this week's Mexico under-20 training camp (Photo: Mexsport)
MEXICO CITY -- The Mexico under-20 national team opened its second training camp of the year on Monday, as head coach Sergio Almaguer called in 22 players to the Mexican Football Federation’s High Performance Center.
The side will be put through double sessions during its first two days together and will end with single sessions on Wednesday and Thursday.
Mexico has won the last two CONCACAF Under-20 Championships, defeating Costa Rica (3-1) and the United States (3-1) in the 2011 and 2013 finals, respectively.
MEXICO UNDER-20 NATIONAL TEAM
(Training Camp: February 17-20, 2014)
GOALKEEPERS: Jose Manuel Gonzalez Galindo (Pachuca), Edson Alan Resendez Sanchez (Monterrey)
DEFENDERS: Francisco Jesus Calderón Flores (Pumas), Marco Cesar Jaime (Toluca), Edgar Portilla Magaña (Club America), Jose Carlos Robles Mejia (Pumas), Oscar Eduardo Suarez Parra (Leon), Salomon Wbias Nava (Pachuca)
MIDFIELDERS: David Israel Avalos Toro (Guadalajara), Diego Bollella Urtusastegui (Pumas), Omar Nicolas Govea Garcia (Club America), Kevin Rusel Gutierrez Gonzalez (Queretaro), Ulises Rivas Gilio (Santos), Sergio Alfonso Rodriguez Aguilera (Atlas), Sergio Rodriguez Pulido (Club America), Daniel Vazquez Sosa (Club America)
FORWARDS: Alejandro Diaz Liceaga (Club America), Diego Alberto Gama Garcia (Toluca), Marco Antonio Granados Villegas (Guadalajara), Guillermo Martinez Ayala (Pachuca), Diego Ivan Pineda Juarez (Club America), Daniel Armando Rios Calderon (Guadalajara)