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Do you know for how much hours Chile footballers can stay online?

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Kolkata: Just 2 hours for social media. The footballers can remain online for only 2 hours which involves conversion with family members along with staying online in Facebook, WhatsApp and other social media sites as per instructions which have been inflicted in the U17 Chile team. Owing to the fact that the young players will be staying away from family friends for a long time the above measure has been brought by the Chile management.

The team also spent some time at the Mother’s House. After watching “Chak Deh” in their home, the young Chile lads are now learning Yoga from Yoga guru Vikram. It can bee said that the Chile team is getting accustomed to the Bengali customs after spending some days in the city.

The team had their training session at CCFC and is scheduled to play their first match against England on October 8.

According to the Chilean defender Nicolas Aravena thinks they will face the toughest fight from England and Mexico in Group F when they will start their campaign at the Salt Lake Stadium on Sunday.

"England and Mexico are the two toughest teams in our group," Aravena told reporters ahead of their practice session today.

Chile will face England in their first match on Sunday and later they will face Iraq on October 11. Three days later they will face Mexico in their last Group league game.

"I will try hard to give my best and keep my place in the team," Aravena said.

Since they were hammered 0-5 by Brazil in the U-17 South American Championships earlier this year, four new players have joined the squad and will be vying for a place in the side.

"We have some things to sort out on the field. We are working out on that," Aravena, who plays for CSD Colo-Colo football club in Chile, said.

On a different note, Aravena said before watching the Shah Rukh Khan-starrer superhit Bollywood film "Chak De! India", he did not know much about the country.

"Before watching 'Chak De! India' I knew little about India. But after watching the film I got to know more," he said.

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