By Football Italias staffThe next generation in cross-country footballers is a topic that has been a long time in the making, but the news is finally coming to fruition.
A report from La Gazzetta dello Sport has revealed that the future of Italy’s cross-continental footballing future is in the balance with both Diego Pablo Souza and Diego Sergio Sousama.
Both of them will represent the new national team in the upcoming FIFA Under-20 World Cup in Brazil in June and will compete for the 2019 FIFA World Cup™.
Both players were born in the town of Montevideo, and their father, Diego Pablo, is the head of the Montevideo City Football Club and the coach of the club.
Diego Sounas father, Jose, was the coach at the city’s youth team.
He has also been a coach in the local professional football leagues, and also served as the head coach of Monteverde.
The Uruguayan’s brother Diego Diego, the club’s current coach, is also the son of Diego Pablo.
Souna is a winger, while Sousma is a full-back, though both are expected to be used at both the centre-back and right-back positions.
Sousama has already been in the country to train with his new team-mates, and his role as an assistant has also come in handy.
The two have been playing together for the last couple of years and have a strong rapport.
“We have a good rapport.
We have spoken a lot and we both know the importance of the job, both in football and in life,” said Sousamos brother.
“The football club is also a very important part of our lives, and Diego is very excited about this opportunity.”
The coach is also an important part, as he brings a lot of experience and experience is something we will benefit from.
“Both players are also the first foreigners to represent Uruguay in international competition, as the club has won the FIFA Under 20 World Cup, and they will also be the first Uruguay players to represent their country at the FIFA World Youth Championship.
Both Sounis and Sousamas first started playing professionally at the age of 16, and the pair have also played for the city of Monteville.
They are both expected to make the first team in Monteverdo, which is expected to produce two national team players in Diego Pablo and Souns brother Diego.”
This is a big opportunity for both of us.
The first international team that will be based in Montevideo will be the Uruguay Under-21s, who have been under the tutelage of Diego Sosa since the 2014 World Cup. “
I am confident that we can achieve a great result here.”
The first international team that will be based in Montevideo will be the Uruguay Under-21s, who have been under the tutelage of Diego Sosa since the 2014 World Cup.
“It’s a great honour to have a team like Uruguay playing in a World Cup and to be able to represent them in Montevina,” Sosa told the La Gizzetta dell’Italia in 2015.
“They have been working hard, and we have been watching their progress.”
It’s important that we show the same commitment that we did in Uruguay, and that’s why I’m very excited to play for Monteverdos team.””
For them to be playing in Brazil, it means a lot to Monteverdon and it will also give me a lot more opportunity to represent the city.”
It’s important that we show the same commitment that we did in Uruguay, and that’s why I’m very excited to play for Monteverdos team.