The Conmebol Qualifiers begin to be defined and the first tickets to Qatar 2022 are almost guaranteed. Brazil has a foot and a half inside the next World Cup, while Argentina follows behind, both detached from the rest of the teams.
In the last FIFA international window, Uruguay had such a low performance, both in terms of football and results, that the continuity of Maestro Tabárez was questioned. Finally, the coach who has been in charge of La Celeste since 2006 will continue in office.
However, the next goals are demanding and vital in terms of qualifying for the World Cup. On the next dates, November 11 and 16, Uruguay will host Argentina at the Centenario Stadium and then travel to La Paz to play against the Bolivian National Team.
There are only six dates left for the qualifying rounds to end and the Uruguayan team is in fifth place, that of the playoffs, with the same units as Colombia, which is above, and with one less than Ecuador, which is third. The Uruguayan Government announced that a capacity of 75% will be allowed in the stadiums and that will push those of Tabárez in the clash against the albiceleste.
The measure runs from this October 26 and increases by 25% to the capacity that was allowed until now. The Copa Libertadores and Copa Sudamericana finals, to be played at the Centenario Stadium in November, will also have a 75% capacity. (Bolavip)