Renny Vicente Vega Hernandez (Born 4 July 1979) is a Venezuelan goalkeeper, currently plays for Caracas and the national football team. Rafael Enrique Romo Perez (Born on February 25, 1990 in Turen, Venezuela) is a Venezuelan goalkeeper, who plays for Udinese.
Daniel 'Dani' Hernandez Santos (Born 21 October 1985 in Caracas) is a Venezuelan footballer who plays for Real Valladolid in Spain, as a goalkeeper.
Andres Jose Tunez Arceo (Born 15 March 1987) is a Venezuelan professional footballer who plays for Celta de Vigo(Spanish Club) as a central defender.
Oswaldo Vizcarrondo (Born 25 April 1984) is a defender who currently plays for Club Olimpo in Argentina following a August 2011 transfer from Deportivo Anzoategui in Venezuela. Rohel Briceno (Born March 15, 1984, age 27) is a defender, currently plays for Caracas, a venezeula football club along with Renny Vega.
Fernando Gabriel Amorebieta Mardaras (Born 29 March 1985 in Cantaura, Anzoategui, Venezuela) is a Venezuelan-Spanish footballer who plays for Athletic Bilbao as a central defender. Rolf Feltscher (Born 6 October 1990) is a Swiss right back of Venezuelan descent who currently plays for Parma.
Raal Gonzalez Guzman (Born 28 June 1985 at Valencia, Venezuela), known as "El Pollo" is a right back, right winger, played for Apollon Limassol, a team from the League Marfin Laiki of Cyprus.
Franco Signorelli (Born January 1, 1991) is a Venezuelan midfielder, played for Empoli in the Serie B. Tomas Eduardo Rincon Hernandez (Born 13 January 1988 in San Cristobal, Tachira) is a Venezuelan footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder or right back for German Bundesliga club Hamburger SV.
Yohandry Jose Orozco Cujia (Born 19 March 1991 in Maracaibo) is a Venezuelan attacking midfielder. Josmar Zambrano Suarez (Born 9 June 1992) is the youngest Venezuelan professional footballer in this squad, plays for Spanish side Tenerife, as an attacking midfielder. Frank Feltscher Martinez (Born 17 May 1988 in Bulach, Switzerland) is a Venezuelan football midfielder of Swiss descent who plays for Grasshopper Club in Zurich. Julio Alvarez Mosquera (Born 1 May 1981 in Caracas) is a Venezuelan professional footballer of Spanish descent who plays for Numancia in the Spanish second division, mainly as an attacking midfielder Alvarez established himself as a free kick specialist. Luis Manuel Seijas (Born on 23 June 1986) is a Venezuelan football midfielder of Peruvian and German descent who plays for Standard Liege as well as his national team. Juan Fernando Arango Saenz (Born 17 May 1980) is a most experienced Venezuelan footballer of this squad who plays for Borussia Monchengladbach in Germany, as an attacking midfielder.
Nicolas Ladislao Fedor Flores (Born 19 August 1985 in Caracas), aka Miku, is a Venezuelan footballer who plays for Getafe CF in Spain, as a striker. Jose Salomon Rondon Gimenez (Born 16 September 1989 in Caracas) is a Venezuelan footballer who plays for Malaga CF in La Liga, as a forward. Mario Junior Rondon Fernandez (Born 26 March 1986 in Caracas) is a Venezuelan footballer who plays for C.D.
Fans from all ages started to flock in group as thousand of hopefuls shouted to welcome their footballing god.


The fan clubs of Argentina started to take centre stage as the posters of Messi were introduced at the International Terminal checkout. The security reasons became the lame issue of the CMG officials as they escorted Messi out without allowing the fans to catch a glimpse of him. The organisers acted as the Fuhrers taking away the glimpse of joy from the faces of the fans. The new Argentine coach Sabella held a press conference to share his thoughts exclusively to the press.
The epic friendly on Friday will be the first time Sabella leads the Argentine team from the sidelines.
Hopefully, the team will be able to put up a good show before the start of the long journey leading towards the World Cup.
His biggest accomplishment with the national team was the historic 4th place finish at the Sudamericano U20 tournament, making that Venezuelan U20 team the first ever to qualify for the U-20 World Cup. Amorebieta expressed his interest in playing for the Venezuelan national team; however, according to FIFA association rules, he should have switched codes prior to the age of 21, having previously played for the Spain U 19. He plays for FC Twente (Dutch Football Club) He normally plays as a right back, but can also play on the right side of midfield. Gabriel Cichero has 30 caps for the Venezuelan national team, and has scored two goals including the winner against Chile in the 2011 Copa America quarterfinal. He currently plays for VfL Wolfsburg in Bundesliga, become the 3rd Venezuelan player played in Bundesliga. He is a product of Tenerife youth team and his terrific form attracted attention of the big clubs like Barcelona, Sevilla. He played for the Switzerland national under-21 football team, since 2007 and scored 5 goals. Seijas has made 33 appearances for the senior Venezuela national football team since his debut on 2006. As the night was building up to welcome the Messi-ah of world football, the colour of the night took a La Albiceleste flavour as thousands of die hard fans started to arrive making their voices heard to welcome their idol.
The fans were starting to feel the presence of the footballing conjuror as the Messi Mania started to rule Kolkata. The hopes of thousands was destroyed by the mismanagement in handling the security of the superstar. The Messi crazy breed were suddenly looking poignant as they failed in an attempt to watch their football icon . The organisers could have arranged for a different way to help the supporters atleast see Messi but they failed to care about the passion, just thinking about their own cause.
Sabella is looking forward to have a great relationship with Messi as he said to the reporters. In August 2008, Amorebieta was called by new Spanish coach Vicente del Bosque, for a friendly against Denmark but he did not leave the bench.


In 2004 received the call to form part of the Youthful National Selection that would participate in the 22nd edition of the South American Championship Under-20 "Youth of America" Colombia 2005, where Venezuela advanced to the final round and occupied the sixth position.
In 2007 he was selected to reperesent Venezuela at the Copa America 2007 and still now made 40 appearances and scored 3 goals.
In the 2007 edition held in his country, he helped the national team finish first in the group stage, and scored in the quarterfinals against Uruguay, but in a 1- 4 defeat.
Later, he was an important member of the squads that competed in the 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifiers, scoring in a 2-0 home triumph against Colombia, on 31 March 2009.He brought Venezuela closer to its first-ever FIFA World Cup qualification, which eventually did not happen. The "Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport" was having the tang of Buenos Aires as Indian flags combined with Argentinian ones in a collaboration of a lifetime.
But suddenly the joy of the people turned into despair as they heard Messi had departed from Gate no 6 without even prior knowledge of the people present. Messi will remain the custodian till the end of World Cup 2014 qualification and Sabella is looking for a good playmaker to make Messi comfortable. Third placed Arsenal also have 51 points but are a place below due to inferior goal difference.
In 1997 and made 59 appearances still now Vega travelled to Italy to play in the youth ranks of Udinese, being the second footballer of his country to play in Europe, after Jose Manuel Rey, who played for the reserves team of Deportivo La Coruna. On 22 July 2011, Rincon was voted 'Adidas' Best Player for the Copa America 2011, in Argentina.
As an Under-20 international, having played the 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup, he also was in the squad for the 2011 South American Youth Championship. Also in that year, Arango was chosen national team captain by newly-appointed coach Cesar Farias. He represented the nation at the 2011 Copa America 2011, scoring in a 3–3 draw against Paraguay, helping his team to the second place in the group stage, and an eventual fourth-place finish.He eventually made 31 appearances and scored 9 goals so far. However, he returned to Venezuela in 1999, joining Aragua, a first division club of his country. In this tournament, on 24 January 2011, he scored a noticed goal against Peru, in an individual play. He made his debut with the senior team on 3 March 2010, in a friendly match against Panama.
In the 2011 Copa America in Argentina, he helped the Vinotinto finish a best-ever fourth in the continental competition. The 29-year-old will join fellow countryman Cuadrado, who joined Chelsea in January.Cuadrado has so far failed to impress, contributing no goals and no assists in 13 appearances last season.



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