Pia Sundhage calls women’s team for matches against Argentina – Prime Time Zone

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For the first games after the Tokyo-2020 campaign, the coach opted for six new features, namely: goalkeeper Lorena, from Grêmio, defenders Katrine, from Palmeiras, Yasmin, from Corinthians, Lauren, from São Paulo, Bruninha, from Santos, in addition to half Thais

Amanda Paiva/CBFPia Sundhage is the women’s national team coach

the coach Pia Sunghage called this Tuesday, 31, the Brazilian women’s team for the matches in front of the Argentina, no period of Data FIFA, from September 13th to 21st, in João Pessoa and Campina Grande, in Paraíba. For the first games after the campaign in Tokyo Olympics, the coach opted for six novelties, which earn their first opportunity with the Swedish team, namely: goalkeeper Lorena, from Grêmio, defenders Katrine, from palm trees, Yasmin, do Corinthians, Lauren, do São Paulo, Bruninha, of the Santos, in addition to half Thais.

Experienced names like ant e christian, will not be on the field. The South American classic will be played in the cities of João Pessoa and Campina Grande, in Paraíba. The first game is scheduled for the 18th, at the Estádio José Américo de Almeida Filho, Almeidão, in the capital of Paraíba. On the 21st, the two teams face each other again, this time at the Estádio Governador Ernani Sátiro, the Amigão, in Campinas soil. The next official tournament is the Women’s America Cup, scheduled to happen next year.

Check out the list of calls:

Goalkeepers:

Aline Reis – UD Granadilla Tenerife (Spain)
Letícia – Benfica (Portugal)
Lorraine – Guild

Defenders:

Tamires – Corinthians
Yasmin – Corinthians
Katrine – Palms
Antonia – Madrid C.F.F
Daiane – Madrid CFF
Erika – Corinthians
Bruninha – Saints
Lauren – São Paulo

Midfielders:

Duda – São Paulo
Thais – Palmeiras
Ary Borges – Palmeiras
Angelina – OL Reign (United States)
Marta – Orlando Pride (United States)
Andresinha – Corinthians
Ivana Fuso – Manchester United (Inglaterra)

Attackers:

Kerolin – Madrid C.F.F
Debinha – North Carolina Courage (United States)
Geyse – Madrid CFF (Spain)
Ludmila – Atletico Madrid (Spain)
Nycole Raysla – Benfica (Portugal)