Women's eleventh begins work with a view to the World Cup playoff

The last three quotas for the maximum appointment of the category will be held from February 17 to 23, 2023.

With a view to the World Cup playoffs, the first practice microcycle of the Panama Women’s Senior Soccer Team began yesterday at the facilities of the Colegio de Panamá and under the gaze of its technical director, Ignacio ‘Nacho’ Quintana.

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A total of 17 players gathered for the first day of training, which will last until Friday.

In this first microcycle, we are working with local soccer players and some who came from the United States.

The World Cup repechage will be played from February 17 to 23, 2023 and it will grant the last three places to the FIFA Women’s World Cup that will be hosted by Australia and New Zealand.

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“It’s the first call for many young and talented girls. That’s what it’s all about, giving them confidence and making them take advantage of the opportunity. That’s why they’re here, because they’ve earned it and we share it,” said defender Rebeca Espinoza. .

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Source: Critica

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