art from Botafogo🇧🇷 Luis Castro He lived his first season in Brazil. In the process of assembling the team, the departure and arrival of players, injuries and difficulties, the team finished Brazilian championship In eleventh place. He almost made it to the Libertadores, but qualified for the Copa Sudamericana.
On his Instagram profile, the Portuguese coach takes stock of the season.
– At the end of each tournament, we look back to understand all the paths we have traveled and all the difficulties. We soon realized that it was a very complex time, full of sorrows and joys, just like the life of each of us. We set out with the first objective of creating an organization and physical structures that would support our way, together with a team that would give us guarantees of success in the final balance of the season, success that would serve as permanence in Série A and qualification for international testing. Both goals were achieved: to stay in the first division and qualify for South America (we dreamed of the Libertadores, which, unfortunately, we did not achieve), – he wrote.
– Thank you all for your input: technical team, staff, management, and supporters. We continue together, with the prospect of 2023 with many successes. Long live Botafogo, long live the glorious ⭐️ – Complete.
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