Cesar Sampaio explained the work done in the selection and will accompany Palmeiras in the match against Santo André.
This Friday (18), Palm trees The last fencing training session against Santo Andre, which will be held on Saturday (19), was held at Allianz Parque. The match is valid for the eighth round of Campeonato Paulista, a competition in which Verdao leads Group C with 13 points, four wins and one draw.
However, the activity led by coach Abel Ferreira took place under the eyes of the giant in the history of Palestrina: the eternal leader Cesar Sampaio. Idol Alviverde is the assistant coach of Tite in the Brazilian national team and his presence in the academy is intended to monitor the cast. The biggest champion of Brazil, To obtain information that will serve as the basis for the recall to the selection.
Sampaio explained his work saying, “Within the Technical Committee, we have a distribution of visits in these pre-call periods. When we have the time and availability, we do the pre-game and the game. We try to understand not only the universe in which the players are involved, but also, if there are any A call-up, information so that the player can perform a role close to what he is used to at the club.”
In the team led by Tite, Weverton is a figure present, however, Rafael Vega is one of those who should be among the priorities of the Palestinian goals of the Brazilian national team, whose performance has been key to Verdau’s success in recent times and his name appears with requests to be called up to selection, whether By fans of Alviverde, as well as by members of the press. Dodo has long been referred to as an underdog on tete lists.
However, for the match against Santo Andre, which will have the watchful eyes of Cesar Sampaio, Palmeiras should have the potential lineup: Weverton, Mike (Marcos Rocha), Luan, Gomez and Bequerze; Gilson (Atoista), Danilo and Rafael Vega; Dudu Wesley and Ron.
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