Former DT of the youth team and current Güemes de Santiago del Estero, Walter Parazo, confirmed that Argentina under Javier Mascherano is a “candidate” to win the U-20 World Cup and that competing in it would be a “plus”. Country.
“Argentina is a candidate and you have to add the local situation, which is a plus. In fact it always happens, even if it lacks some players, but it also happens with other teams,” Perazo told Telam. Said in conversation.
Perazo, coach of the Under-20s at the 2011 World Cup in Colombia, admitted Argentina would have “significant casualties” in the likes of Alejandro Garnacho, Facundo Buonanote and Nicolás Paz, but still believed in their chances of winning the title.
“Garnacho is a player who has already demonstrated his abilities and is going to give a lot to the team, but also has other values,” commented DT from Santiago del Estero’s Guemes, who plays for Nacional B. .
“Valentine Barco is a player with a great future, Agustin Guy also has a projection in Europe and I really like Agustin Veliz, he is the one who interests me the most,” said the former San Lorenzo and Boca striker. “
It was “great” for Perazzo that Mascherano reconsidered his resignation from the team after a poor move in South American in Colombia.
“In youth, the main task is to attract players and prepare them for the senior team and sometimes defeat or failure is part of that maturation experience,” Perazzo said.
“Becoming a champion at times can lead to growth, but adversity or defeat can learn or inculcate important things in a player. You can win or lose the championship, but what you have to bet on is the training of the player. It was good that he stayed,” he said.
The 60-year-old Perazzo said his time in the youth team meant “great learning and great development” for his profession and it was something he had “dreamed of” ever since he started as coach.
Parazo said, “It’s something different than directing someone else. Four and a half years were a privilege, because in youth the Argentine is a registered trademark that generates great responsibility in day-to-day performance.”
The former DT of Olimpo de Bahía Blanca also spoke about the Santiago fan, whom he knows very well from his work in Guemes: “It is an important event for Santiago del Estero. The man from Santiago is a very is a football fan. The prospect of playing in his home province of Argentina was warmly received and the people of Santiago are filling the pitch to support the team.” (Telam)