Coritiba: re-presentation and preparation for the last round of the Brasileirão
Despite the climate of mourning for the tragedy involving the cast of Chapecoense, the group ofCoritiba was re-presented last week to continue the technical and tactical work, in preparation for the duel against Ponte Preta, for the 38th round of the Brasileirão 2020.
Due to the sad fact that occurred, the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) postponed the last round of the competition, which would be held this Sunday (4), to the following Sunday (11), with all matches being held on this day. Coxa goes to the city of Campinas to face Macaca, in the Brazilian's farewell.
According to news in Alto da Glória, coach Paulo César Carpegiani should keep only the group that goes to the field in round 38, maintaining the pre-established vacation schedule for the rest of the squad that will not play in front of Ponte Preta.
Coxa debut in Paranaense 2017 on January 29
The Paranaense Football Federation (FPF) released last Tuesday (29), the table of the 2017 Paranaense Championship. Coritiba will debut in the competition on January 29 (Sunday), in front of the Cianorte, at the Albino Turbay stadium.
The 2017 Paranaense follows the same model as the last tournament, with 12 teams with one-way matches, in which eight are qualified for the quarterfinals dispute, with round-trip matches. The competition is scheduled to end on May 7th.
Coritiba is in group 18 at the São Paulo Junior Football Cup
Coritiba already knows its group and opponents that it will face in the first phase of the 2017 São Paulo Junior Football Cup. The table was released by the São Paulo Football Federation (FPF) and the competition will have 120 participants.
Verdão is in group 18, based in Guaratinguetá, next to Manthiqueira-SP, Boavista-RJ and Itabaiana-SE. Alviverde will debut on the 4th against the Good view.
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