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DIM player summoned to the National Team: will play a Eurocup qualifier

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DIM player summoned to the National Team: will play a Eurocup qualifier

Vanessa Diaz Piedrahita

March 7, 2023, 03:47 p.m. m.

The defender is part of the first call in Armenia for the March matches.
This Tuesday the first call-up for Oleksandr Vasylyovych Petrakov in the Armenian National Team was announced, at the start of the Euro 2024 qualifier, in which they make up Group D along with Croatia, Turkey, Wales and Latvia. The Ukrainian coach cited the Colombian -Armenian Jordy Monroy, player of Independiente Medellín who is concentrated in Rancagua to play this Wednesday the match of phase 3 of the Copa Libertadores against the Chilean Magallanes.
Jordy, who has been part of the team since 2018, was called up for two commitments -the first official and the second friendly- taking advantage of the FIFA date in March. The first challenge will be for the Euro qualifier, where they will face Turkey on March 25 in the capital of Armenia. The second, when the Euro Cup Qualifying is completed, will be a preparation match against Cyprus, which will will play on the 28th of the same month. Jordy Monroy Ararat, was born in Bogotá but has dual nationality through his mother, who is of Armenian origin. The 27-year-old right-back came to the DIM after playing in 2022 with FC Noah of the Armenian Premier League, a team in which he spent two seasons, after playing for the FPC with Santa Fe and Boyacá Chicó. Another South American who will travel to Yerevan with Jordy is the Argentine-Armenian Norberto Briasco Balekian, a Boca Juniors player, who returned to a selection call.

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