David Abraham of Eintracht could receive Argentina national team call


Argentina defender David Abraham of Eintracht could get called-up to the national team for the October friendly games.

Per a report by Fox Sports, Argentina coach Lionel Scaloni has been keeping tabs on the Eintracht defender. Argentina will play Germany in a friendly game in October and something which could play to Abraham’s advantage is that he presently plays in Germany.

David Abraham, 33 years old, was part of the Argentina U20 team which won the 2005 FIFA World Cup. He played alongside Lionel Messi and Sergio Aguero who are presently both still part of the squad.


  1. He will be a tour guide or translator

    Another trial and error approach by our coach; friendly match is for the youths to get a chance not 33 yrs old guard. wow gosh we never learn the lesson. And when on the tournament you will begin to call the regular names only and start over again to build the chemistry and team work. An un ending process.

  2. Why not Kanneman. On current form, for the next three years he and Lisandro should be our CB pair with Romero, Foyth, Quarta and Senesi as the backups for injury and lack of form.

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