Colombia has announced and confirmed to the public that RadamelFalcao will not be featured in the upcoming friendly matches that the Colombian national football team has scheduled to play against United States and Slovenia on November 14 and 18.
Falcao is recovering from a calf injury he picked up a few weeks ago and this has forced the Colombian attacker on having to miss out from the last 3 Premier League matches of Manchester United and now he will not be able to perform for his country either.
There will be however a number of players in the squad of Louis van Gaal that have been called up including: Luke Shaw, Michael Carrick, Chris Smalling and the captain of the team Wayne Rooney. These players will be representing England either on the sidelines of England or on the center stage in the pitch when facing off against Slovenia on November 15 in a 2016 Euro’s qualifying match.
England is leading the way in Group E with 9 points and is expected to pass the group stages without having many difficulties or problems.
Even though international matches is a great place for players to represent their respective countries and nations as well being an ideal moment to take a break from club duties, it’s also dangerous for the managers of clubs as the players are often injured when playing at the international stage and when this match is over, Manchester United will be playing against Arsenal on November 22 in a hugely important match.
Manchester United struggled just to claim a victory against the relegation threatened club Crystal Palace in a match that was decided by a lonely goal from Juan Mata and Louis van Gaal will need all of his players without injuries and without physical concerns if the Dutch coach wants to collect a good result against Arsenal.