November 29, 2022
Corinthians want to rejuvenate the team for 2023;  Pereira coolly sees the situation as necessary

Corinthians want to rejuvenate the team for 2023; Pereira coolly sees the situation as necessary

The Corinthians board of directors wants to rejuvenate their team for 2023. A decision already made internally and supported by Vitor Pereira, regardless of the coach’s tenure at Parque São Jorge.

The current captain sees the situation as essential for Corinthians to succeed next season. The main idea is not to sign big players at the age of 2023.

The arrival of Fausto Vera is seen as an example of what to do next year. The Argentine, only 22, arrived at Parque São Jorge and was available in 23 of the team’s 24 potential matches – the only one out for comment.

In addition, once the question for next year’s coach is decided – whether he is Portuguese or not – changes within the current squad will be analyzed. The goal, of course, is to support the number of games in the Brazilian calendar.

After the end of the Brazilian League, Corinthians will have played a total of 72 games per season – more specifically between January 25 and November 13. This amount of posts over the 292-day period gives an average of one game every four days.

If we take all the players in the current team who have played at least once a season, then the average age of a Corinthians team is good, only 25.3 years. However, if we take the starting line-up for the Copa Brazil final in the Maracana, the average age is around 29 years (28.9 to be more precise).

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