By Rosario3 | 03-28-2023 10:15
Newell will be part of Group E of the South American Cup. Their rivals will be Santos from Brazil, Florentes from Bolivia and Audax Italiano from Chile. The debut date has not yet been confirmed, but is expected to be between April 4 and 6. And in the meantime Gabriel Heinze is already analyzing his opponents: how they come and how they act in their patronage.
Only the best of each zone will qualify directly for the round of 16. And second in both groups will compete with third in the Copa Libertadores. It will be a draw, without a goal, until the two who seek the title are determined in one grand final on October 28, at the Centenario in Montevideo, Uruguay.
Before the classic from Rosario, it will be released against Audace Italiano from Chile, from 2022 by Argentine Manuel Fernández, formerly Farmer, Ferro Carril Oeste and Alvarado, from Mar del Plata. In the standings, in his championship, he is last, with only 7 points from 9 games played.
It is a team that has lost five games out of seven in the Bolivian league. In addition, it will be added that, unlike many teams in that region, they do not have their stadium in height. The team is led by Carlos Bustos, a 56-year-old Argentine who managed to become champion with Alianza Lima in 2021. Club Blooming is a prominent Bolivian team that has five national titles to its credit, like Oriente Petrolero.
The team, led by Odair Hellmann, finished just 12th in Brazil’s Serie A last season. For now it is in perpetuity.
It is the president of Santos, Andrés Rueda, who has fixed his salary and also his retention in office, even outside and inside the Club criticism. The weather in Vila Belmiro is compelling for the start of the Brazilian Championship. The coach intends to fulfill his contract with Peixão until the end. His contract until December 2023. In some interviews and internal interviews, when he arrived, the coach declared that he was convinced of his work at Vila Belmiro and that he never thought of asking to leave, even after the increased criticism in Paulistão.
His best work was at Internacional, where he was runner-up in the Copa do Brasil and reached the quarterfinals of the Copa Libertadores de América. Later the leader also did well in the Fluminenses and went abroad.