Santos will use the Uruguayan experience to try to recover in the Brazilian Championship. In 13th, with only 22 points, Peixe hopes to get away from the relegation zone. Coach Fábio Carille has two good characters to jump in the Brazilian competition: Uruguayans Emiliano Velázquez, 27, but well run, and Carlos Sánchez.
Defender Velázquez, by the way, should have his debut promoted against Ceará, this Saturday, at 9 pm, at Castelão, for the 22nd round. Carille is eager to use it, knowing how easy it is to organize the game from behind. In addition, Alvinegro praiano has casualties like Kaiky, an absolute starter who is still recovering from a grade 2 injury, Robson Reis, with a sprained ankle, and Luiz Felipe, injured.
“I saw a lot of positive things, despite three training sessions. Better organization, but I want to improve compaction. I think the team is far away. With those we’ve signed, like Velázquez, who will give me guidance, we’ll improve. The group is good and we’ll go. make us stronger with more work and organization,” said the coach after Santos eliminated the Copa do Brasil.
Carlos Sánchez, on the other hand, is seen as an essential piece behind the scenes. The Uruguayan, who won a compatriot, plays an important role in making daily life lighter, in addition to helping younger people, with whom he has morals and respect. That kind of experience, just like Velázquez has, is the kind of thing the Santos coach looks for.
“[Os reforços] will empower the boys with Sánchez, a player about whom I received wonderful information from his daily life. Locker room work is as important as field work,” he also quoted in his presentation.
Holder com carille, Sánchez is not going through his best phase at Santos, but he still has important moves. Against Athletico-PR, for example, they took a shot towards the goal that scared archer Santos.
It is worth noting that Carille arrived last week and still needs time to adapt to Santos and the cast. Next week will be your first flood, so you’ll be able to test and get to know your players more closely.