The 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying fixtures for CONMEBOL later this month remain up in the air, but federations are beginning to announce their call-ups. Clubs in England, Germany, and Spain show a reluctance to allow their South American players to head home to represent their respective countries in these qualifying fixtures, per the Uruguayan newspaper Ovación.
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Nonetheless, the Uruguay national football team has announced its 35 call-ups for its two World Cup qualifying fixtures against Argentina and Bolivia. Atlético Madrid is represented well as they have three players in Luis Suárez, Lucas Torreira, and José María Giménez.
?? #Eliminatorias #Qatar2022 ??
? El Cuerpo Técnico de @Uruguay reservó a 3?5? futbolistas para los partidos ante @Argentina (5ª fecha) y @laverde_fbf (6ª fecha).
?? ? ?? 26/3 – 21:00 h ?? ? ?? 30/3 – 19:30 h
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— Selección Uruguaya (@Uruguay) March 5, 2021