EFE | BRAZIL.- Bolivia trained at the Independence Arena, with a view to tomorrow's match against Venezuela, with a focus on possession of the ball and not criticism by the president of the Bolivian Football Federation (FBF), César Salinas.
The coach said that "there are players who do not feel the shirt" and who "are thinking more about the portfolio than identifying with the selection".
Diego Bejarano referred to the statements before training and said he was going to talk about Salinas's criticism when the Copa America ended.
However, he revealed that his statements "bothered" and "bothered" the players.
The training, which had the first fifteen minutes open to the press, began, as usual, with warm-up and stretching exercises.
So several exercises were done with the goal of improving tenure.
The players took the ball a few feet too close to the foot and gave a short pass to a teammate.
Bolivia and Venezuela will play tomorrow at Mineirão, in Belo Horizonte, on the third and final day of Group A of the Copa América, where both seek passage to the next round.