Colombian Coach Opens the Door to Juan Pablo Angel’s Return to National Team

Since the Colombian ace’s arrival in 2007 there has been speculation in Colombia each year of whether JPA would be called into the Colombian National Team. After the team failed to qualify for their 3rd consecutive World Cup many started to call out Colombia’s former national team coaches, Jorge Luis Pinto and Eduardo Lara, for not considering calling in JPA.

I think that we can all agree that JPA oozes class, that has never been in discussion, for some reason Colombian Nat coaches have failed to recognize that and have paid dearly for it. Now, the speculation is starting to rise again after a Colombian reporter asked “Bolillo” about a possible call up for JPA. He responded ” I am convinced that Angel has worked his entire life to be part of the National team and is a great professional. If he can come here and show that he still has the level of play that is necessary, it would be wonderful to have him. He is a player that is full of experience and would be an asset to the team.”

What do you think of possible Angel call ups to the Colombian National Team?

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