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Vinotinto presents call for Copa América

This Saturday the final list of Fernando "Bocha" Batista for the contest was announced by the FVF

La Vinotinto He already has his 26 warriors selected to face the Copa América 2024, this Saturday Fernando “Bocha” Batista announced the final list of players for the competition. 

The Argentine coach has at his service a team that combines experience and youth for this new challenge with Salomón Rondón, Tomás Rincón and Yeferson Soteldo at the head of the group. 

In addition to figures who have been giving something to talk about in the lower categories such as Mathias Lacava. There is also Jon Aramburo who comes from playing for Real Sociedad in Spain.

One of the most outstanding young people in the call is Kervin “Tuti” Andrade who had a dream season with Fortaleza of Brazil and who is called to be one of the jewels of the national team.

Those who were left out in the last cut were Carlos Vivas, as well as goalkeeper José David Contreras, as well as: Jhon Murillo and Samuel Sosa.

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Venezuela, which is in Group B of the competition, will make its debut on the 22nd when it faces Ecuador. 

Batista, who has been criticized in recent days for not having had friendlies ahead of the tournament, assured that it was difficult for him to reduce his list of 30 players to only 26 since they were all at a very good level.

Complete list:


  • Rafael Romo – Catholic University (Ecuador)
  • Joel Graterol – América de Cali (Colombia)
  • José David Contreras – Águilas Doradas (Colombia)


  • Alexander González – Emelec (Ecuador)
  • Jon Aramburu – Real Sociedad (Spain)
  • Nahuel Ferraresi – Sao Paulo (Brazil)
  • Yordan Osorio – Parma (Italy)
  • Wilker Ángel – Criciúma (Brazil)
  • Christian Makoun – Anorthosis Famagusta (Cyprus)
  • Jhon Chancellor – Metropolitanos FC
  • Miguel Navarro -Talleres FC (Argentina)
  • Tomás Rincón -Santos FC (Brazil)


  • José “el Brujo” Martínez – Philadelphia Union (United States)
  • Cristian Cásseres – Toulouse (France)
  • Yangel Herrera – Girona FC (Spain)
  • Daniel Pereira – Austin C (United States)
  • Telasco Segovia – Casa Pia (Portugal)
  • Eduard Bello – Mazatlán (Mexico)
  • Kervin “el Tuti” Andrade – Fortaleza (Brazil)
  • Darwin Machís – Cádiz CF (Spain)
  • Yeferson Soteldo – Gremio (Brazil)
  • Jefferson Savarino – Botafogo (Brazil)
  • Matías Lacava – FC Vizela (Portugal)


  • Salomón Rondón – CF Pachuca (Mexico)
  • Jhonder Cádiz – FC Famalicao (Portugal)
  • Eric Ramírez – Atlético Nacional (Colombia)

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