Bolivia tried to summon a French player for a mistake with “football Manager”
Live to see but this is one of those cases that truth is stranger than fiction certainly. Cases like this of Bolivian scouts looking for players for their team in Bad news for lovers As the “football Manager” and also them tripping over themselves to confusion. Like trying to call for selection to a French player, But how could this happen, given the limited overlap between the two countries? For his birthplace.
Bolivia tries to summon a player due to an error in Soccer Manager
Ruben Aguilar, French footballer, got a call from the Bolivian Football Federation to summon him despite the fact that his nationality is French, as declared to Goal.com. “Bolivia contacted me, but I find it strange. En ‘Football Manager’ I have attributed the Bolivian nationality in addition to French, and I think it has to do with it”, He said.
And it is that Aguilar's father was born in Santa Cruz what those responsible for the video game database, which they consulted the Bolivian ojeadores, They decided to attribute Bolivian nationality to understand that it was the Bolivian city of the same name. What they did not investigate well is that the player's father was indeed born in Santa Cruz, but Tenerife in Spain, so if you have two nationalities, they would be Spanish and French, never Bolivia.
“I'm French by my mother and my father Spanish. I have dual citizenship yet, but I want to have it. By family ties could play with Spain” said the player. While the coach of Bolivia regretted that: “on some pages out with the flag of France and that of Bolivia. We were able to corroborate that have no link with Bolivia”. A story with a surreal dot showing that reality surpasses fiction.