The young man was not in the Uncaf U-16 FIFA Forward Tournament with Youth Bicolor and is now called to the camp with the US team
Guatemala City – young midfielder Decarlo Guerra (14 years old) was called by the United States Soccer Federation to be part of the final camp of United States Under-15 National Team Which takes place this week in Kansas City.
Guerra is a support midfielder who was born in Los Angeles, California, United States to Guatemalan parents. His mother is originally from Nueva Concepcion and his father is from the capital city.
They were contacted in the middle of the year National Football Federation of Guatemala and participated in a call made by Mexican coach Marvin Cabrera to train with the U-17 national team. He played against Guatemala Costa Rica and Honduras in the tri-match held in the country.
The youth team is a talented midfielder who belongs Los Angeles FC Academy. During this year he trained with teams from Spain and Germany.
Camp takes place this Monday through October 30 under the command of a Technician Tom Heinemann. Those who have been summoned will be concentrated at the National Development Center in Kansas City.
Gets ready for the United States U-15 national team Concacaf Under 15 Boys Championship, To be held next year.
Under-15 United States national team
Goalkeeper (3): Jack Kortkamp (Sporting KC), Luca Maxim (Orlando City SC), Aidan Stokes (New York Red Bulls)
Rescue (7): Andrei Chirilla (Philadelphia Union), Xavier Colón (Orlando City SC), Christopher Cupps (Chicago Fire FC), Pedro Guimaraes (LAFC), Zachary Molomo (FC Dallas), Juan Villa (Real Salt Lake), Gavin Wolff (Austin FC)
Midfielder (8): Matteo Colmenares (San Jose Earthquakes), DeCarlo Guerra (LAFC), Liam Lambert (LAFC), Kellan LeBlanc (Philadelphia Union), Luca Moisa (Real Salt Lake), Cavan Sullivan (Philadelphia Union), Jude Terry (LAFC), Abner Zuniga (Austin FC)
Next (6): Marius Ayenero (Unattached), Gustavo Delgado (Orlando City SC), Omar Marquez (Royal Salt Lake), Anis Saidi (Philadelphia Union), Axel Uriostegui (Royal Salt Lake), Abad Vargas (Seattle Sounders).