Even though this is Monday September 18th In Chile, the traditional 18th birthday celebrations have already begun, even more so considering that this year they take place over a long weekend. Colo Colo It was not deducted and there was an activity with its professional staff and the officials of the institution.
Alan Saldivia from the male team, and Ryann Torrero On the part of the women’s professional team, they answered a quiz from the 18th century Colo Colo social and sports club in your social networksconsidering that the defender is Uruguayan and the goalkeeper is not only Chilean but also American.
CSD Colo Colo and an 18th century test for Saldivia and Torrero
When it came to typical Chilean dishes, both of their answers were quite close. Alan Saldivia immediately answered the complete answer, while Ryan Torrero stuck with the latter between Choripán and Hot Dog. The Charrúa also preferred the Pebre, which he preferred to the Chimichurri.
Regarding the music, Torrero did not mention the artist, but did so by singing the song “Yo no se Tomorrow,” sung by singer Yoan Amor. Saldivia opted for the city and chose Pailita.
Finally, Chilean terms stand out. The White defender realizes the meaning of the terms gamba (100 peso coin) and zapateo (cueca step) while the national goalkeeper explains it Shit It’s his favorite Chilean word. Aside from that, She didn’t hesitate to call Cacique the best team in Chile.
The messages to the Colocolino people
The talented Uruguayan defender from Cacique, Alan Saldivia addressed a greeting to the Colocolino people, especially to the members, on these national holidays: “I would like to leave a very big greeting to the members, let’s go up and have a good time, take care of yourselves.”
From Ryann Torrero She thanked for the enormous affection that the Alba fans showed her and Colo Colo Femenino: “I would like to send a huge hug and greetings to all the members of Colo Colo. Thank you always for your support, it is very important for us, it is fundamental and I hope that you enjoy this 18th and that we give it our all this year.”