Colo Colo Femenino knew their luck for the Copa Libertadores Femenina. This competition will begin between November 5th and 21st in Colombia, specifically in the cities of Bogotá and Cali.
The Guerreras Albas entered Group C and are joined by Corinthians of Brazil, Always Ready of Bolivia and Libertad Limpeño of Paraguay. An accessible group to move on to the next phase.
This is exactly how Tatiele Silveira, Cacique coach, who analyzed the group for this Copa Libertadores Femenina, analyzes it. In conversation with Colo Colo, the Brazilian was clear.
Tatiele Silveira: Is Group C accessible for Colo Colo in the Copa Libertadores?
The Colocolino coach analyzed it and gave her opinion. “I think it’s a balanced group, a group where we can compete. We are very happy about this opportunity. Now that we know the rivals and the teams we will be playing with, we can work more specifically. “That’s what we will do in this preparation phase, build on our strengths and understand the teams’ weaknesses,” explained the Brazilian.
He added: “We always have very clear goals. The first goal is classification; We want to classify and then see how we can take the next steps. Now it’s time to qualify and take part in the second phase of the competition.”
Finally, he expressed optimism about the group that was formed in Colo Colo. “We are confident, encouraged and have a very well-prepared team because we are doing this work. Since I arrived here, our goal has been the Chilean championship and the Libertadores. Now we have one more game in the local tournament and we will think about the Libertadores there.
What is the next Colo Colo Femenino game?
The Guerreras Albas will say goodbye to their people before the trip on the weekend of September 30th and October 1st. The date has not yet been set and the rival is the Universidad Católica.