Chile's Vidal retires from national team

Chile’s midfield maestro Arturo Vidal. – AFP

Chile’s midfield maestro Arturo Vidal. – AFP

He also had a few words to say on Alexis Sanchez, remarking that the Arsenal man - who has so often been the talisman for his side and was described as Chile's David Beckham by Arsene Wenger - largely preferred his own company. Sampaoli's have been published on Las Ultimas Noticias, a popular Chilean paper.

The band of players Sampaoli had trouble with was: Gonzalo Jara, Arturo Vidal, Jean Beausejour, Jorge Valdivia and Mauricio Pinilla.

He said: "When we were coming back on the plane from Lima, he asked me if he could open a beer he had bought at the airport". He ended up getting a bottle of whisky with some others anyway and I ended up having to fire the driver, even though I knew that it was Vidal's fault.

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'If we continue like this and we do not make profound changes, it is hard for Chile to reach the World Cup in Russian Federation'.

His wife, Carla Pardo, questioned some of the Chile players' professionalism, alleging that some could not take part in training because of "the drunkenness they had".

"Every time I'm called, I'll be available to the national team", the 30-year-old said on Twitter.

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Two years ago, on a day off from global duty, Vidal lost his licence after crashing his auto when driving back from the Monticello casino in Chile while under the influence of alcohol. Chile is a team of warriors. "We never die, we're Chilean warriors". I'm not going to abandon it. Mati [Matias Fernandez] no longer played at the level I wanted for the national team.

"I'm sure that, all together, we'll come back stronger".

Adriana Garcia is a Valencia-based football writer who covers La Liga for ESPN FC.

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