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Ricardo Gareca would debut as Ecuador’s DT against Australia: a country that banned him from Qatar in 2022

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things of fate. Gareca, who coached his last game for Peru against Australia, would face the Socceroos again but is now in command of the Tri.

It’s no secret to anyone that Ricardo Gareca is the number one candidate to coach the Ecuadorian team. Also the strategist himself and the Ecuadorian Football Federation (FEF) They recognized this and publicly expressed their interest in working together. Given this scenario, the “Tiger” could play his first official game as DT de la Tri against no more and no less than the country that eliminated him from the competition World Cup Qatar 2022. Why is? Australia.

The president of the highest body of Ecuadorian football, Francisco Egas, confirmed that his team will play two friendlies against the Socceroos in cities of Ecuador at the FIFA date in March Sydney j Melbourne. Likewise, Egas confirmed that they should officially announce the new coach of Ecuador by the end of this month in order to best prepare for these games.

“I reckon we should have the coaching staff by the end of the month. Certainly in early March we’ll have to lock down foreign player quotas for the FIFA date when we play Australia,” said Francisco Egas.

What did Gareca say about the Ecuadorian team?

Speaking to ESPN’s “Team F,” the former coach of the Peru team confirmed that he is in talks with the people of Ecuador about taking on the Gustavo Alfaro-led team in the qualifying rounds and at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

“I am in talks with Ecuador. It is not finalized or finalized, they are one step away from reaching an agreement. I spoke to the President, I also spoke to Gustavo Alfaro and we are in talks. You have other alternatives, but I can’t tell you what will happen. I see it progressed,” affirmed the ‘Tiger’.

Ricardo Gareca has “beaten” Peruvian football.

The former Peru national team coach had harsh words against Peruvian football and the Peruvian Football Federation (FPF).

“Education has a lot to do with it. We’re talking about a sports policy that has a lot of spices. From the state, politicians, businessmen, leaders, footballers and yourself (journalists)… where you are instructed to grow and have more conviction. This policy often does not exist. In Peru, for example, no“He said for El Marcador TV.