Qatar 2022 qualifiers would start between April or May due to Coronavirus expansion | Peruvian national team

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It is almost official. From the Videna they were already informed that the Qatar 2022 Qualifiers would not start this end of March and a new calendar has already been set up by Conmebol.

As is known, the expansion of the Coronavirus is the cause of the postponement of the Qatar 2022 Qualifiers, a tournament that was also suspended in Asia.

Ricardo Gareca He had already planned to announce the list of the Peruvian national team called on Friday. The two-color technical command waits for confirmation from Conmebol to start reprogramming the roster of players.

Conmebol you have planned that Heats start at the end of april or may. For now, it is the reprogramming of the calendar. You have to remember the Copa América Argentina / Colombia It starts in June and it is expected that by that time, the pandemic has come to an end.

This Tuesday, March 17, on the council of the Conmebol, the tentative dates for the start of the Qualifiers will be determined. Peru debuts before Paraguay in Asunción and Brazil in Lima.

We must specify that FIFA he is the one who will give the final confirmation on the postponement of the Heats

In Europe, countries like Italy and Spain, sports activities have been paralyzed. The matches of Champions League will be played for now behind closed doors. The Coronavirus It will cost millions to the sports world.

What is the coronavirus?

Coronavirus, or COVID 19, is a virus that began in China in December (from an animal source). The symptoms are very similar to the flu but it becomes deadly for people suffering from respiratory diseases and with low defenses.

Peruvian national team players who play in Europe

Miguel Trauco (Saint Etienne, France)

Luis Advíncula (Rayo Vallecano, Spain)

Renato Tapia (Feyenord, The Netherlands)

Cristian Benavente (Nantes, France)

Sergio Peña (Emmen, The Netherlands)

Members of the Argentine national team that play in Europe

Agustin Marchesin (Porto, Portugal)

Nicolas Otamendi (Manchester City, England)

Nicolas Tagliafico (Ajax, The Netherlands)

John Foyth (Tottenham, England)

Leandro Paredes (PSG, France)

Marcos Acuña (Sporting Lisboa, Portugal)

Giovani Lo Celso (Tottenham, England)

Rodrigo De Paul (Udinese, Italy)

Lucas Ocampos (Seville, Spain)

Lionel Messi (Barcelona, ​​Spain)

Paulo Dybala (Juventus, Italy)

Lautaro Martinez (Inter, Italy)

Sergio Agüero (Manchester City, England)

Lucas Alario (Leverkusen, Germany)

Brazil national team players who play in Europe

Ederson (Manchester City, England)

Thiago Silva (PSG, France)

Marquinhos (PSG, France)

Eder Militao (Real Madrid, Spain)

Felipe (Atletico Madrid, Spain)

Danilo (Juventus, Italy)

Renan Lodi (Atletico Madrid, Spain)

Alex Sandro (Juventus, Italy)

Arthur (Barcelona, ​​Spain)

Casemiro (Real Madrid, Spain)

Fabinho (Liverpool, England)

Bruno Guimaraes (Lyon, France)

Coutinho (Bayern Munich, Germany)

Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City, England)

Firmino (Liverpool, England)

Richarlison (Everton, England)

Neymar (PSG, France)

Chilean national team players in Europe

Claudio Bravo (Manchester City, England)

Guillermo Maripan (Monaco, France)

Mauritius Island (Fenerbache, Turkey)

Erick Pulgar (Fiorentina, Italy)

Gary Medel (Bologna, Italy)

Arturo Vidal (Barcelona, ​​Spain)

Fabian Orellana (Eibar, Spain)

Alexis Sanchez (Inter, Italy)

Players of the Colombian national team that are in Europe

Claudio Bravo (Manchester City, England)

Guillermo Maripan (Monaco, France)

Mauritius Island (Fenerbache, Turkey)

Erick Pulgar (Fiorentina, Italy)

Gary Medel (Bologna, Italy)

Arturo Vidal (Barcelona, ​​Spain)

Fabian Orellana (Eibar, Spain)

Alexis Sanchez (Inter, Italy)

Paraguayan national team players who play in Europe

Fabian Balbuena (West Ham, England)

Miguel Almiron (Newcastle, England)

Uruguayan national team members who are in Europe

Fernando Muslera (Galatasaray, Turkey)

Diego Godin (Inter, Italy)

Jose Maria Gimenez (Atletico Madrid, Spain)

Sebastian Coates (Sporting Lisboa, Portugal)

Martin Caceres (Fiorentina, Italy)

Damian Suarez (Getafe, Spain)

Ronald Araujo (Barcelona B, Spain)

Diego Laxalt (Milan, Italy)

Mauro Arambarri (Getafe, Spain)

Matias Vecino (Inter, Italy)

Federico Valverde (Real Madrid, Spain)

Rodrigo Bentancur (Juventus, Italy)

Nahitan Nandez (Cagliari, Italy)

Gaston Pereiro (Cagliari, Italy)

Cristhian Stuani (Girona, Spain)

Players of the Venezuelan national team in Europe

Yordan Osorio (Zenit, Russia)

Roberto Rosales (Leganes, Spain)

Yangel Herrera (Granada, Spain)

Tomas Rincon (Torino, Italy)

Juanpi Añor (Malaga, Spain)

Darwin Machis (Granada, Spain)

Sergio Cordova (Augsburg, Germany)

Jhonder Cadiz (Dijon, France)

Peñaranda (Watford, England)

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