Argentina olympic team training, Adolfo Gaich in starting eleven


Argentina olympic coach Fernando Batista had his first training session with the team ahead of the tournament in January and it was Adolfo Gaich who was in attack.

Despite news and rumors that Adolfo Gaich would not be released by San Lorenzo for the tournament, Gaich ultimately joined the team and was part of the eleven players out in training. Nehuen Perez arrived to training late and was not part of the eleven while Lautaro Valenti and Matias Zaracho are uncertain to be released by their clubs.

Here was the eleven:

Cambeses; Herrera, Centurion, Medina, Bravo; Capaldo, Vera, Mac Allister; Alvarez, Gaich, Urzi


  1. Emiliano Buendia is having really good game.against wolves the more i watch
    the more I become more convince
    That he is right play for the nt.
    I would love see him take the place
    Of Robert pereyer in the squad for the nt.

    • Do you watch the game? Statistically speaking he is a real football God today with 9 dribbles, 9 key passes (others combined 0) and 3 through balls, Messiesque, but his team is total garbage with 2 real footballers Buendia and Pukki. i hope Norwich will relegate and a better team sign him.

      • Mainly he plays as right winger/
        Playmaker but I think he can play
        Either side of the wing/ CM 8.
        He looks very good player
        Young age too
        Definitely deserves to be in the nt squad. He similar profile player like Robert pereyer but he seems better player than pereyer for what have seen from him so far.

  2. Capaldo is similar to Betancur and he has been the quite story of the Primera so far . Great energy and a tactical player. I wish Ajax sign him though, he is also on their wish list. Speaking of PSG, Parades could move to Juventus this January.

      • PSG looking at a straight swap for Emre Can without any money involvement. I believe Parades will be great at Juve. Argentine players take to Serie A like fish to water. The pace suits them just perfect. Does any one remember the name of the Argentine youngster Juve signed from a Swiss club (where he is on loan from Newell’s)

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