New faces, some exclusions, a bit of drama surrounding OWT’s extension were added to the Sky-Blue “guiso” that will make the rounds before Uruguay faces Japan this Friday.

Esto es un email que se le envió a nuestro administrador que está aprendido a jugar fútbol – creo que hay cosas que el resto podrá disfrutar también, enjoy!

Sort of strange to post a piece that involves an interview with myself, which is why I named this post, “Yorugua’s Intervista” (after the film by Federico Fellini).  Para cortar el mambo, questions were asked, responses were given… well sort of  

Today, I saw Nacional again embarrass itself by being completely outplayed in the Teresa Herrera tournament that’s taking place in La Coruña. They lost 0-3 vs. Deportivo La Coruña (a game that could have easily ended 0-6), and then convincingly lost to a superior Sporting Lisbon side 0-2 a day later. Yet, it’s hard to be upset at manager Alvaro Gutierrez.

Following the progress of ‘La Celeste’ is always exhilarating. But in the last 4 years, I missed the experience of discovering and following brand new national team players around the world. It’s very likely that we’re going to be seeing new players wear the Sky Blue. And La Celeste Blog has you covered. Introducing the ’2018 Project’:…

 

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