The recently arrived Canadian DT, Carmeliina Moscato, had her first press conference as technical director of the feline team and, boy, did she leave us with great reflections ahead of her debut as a coach in the Liga BBVA MX Femenil, for which, here we summarize five of his most outstanding contributions.
Moscato mentions that before arriving in Mexico he already knew about the league, since part of his preparation as DT involved learning about the world’s leagues to later use it as a reference in case a league was created in Canada and highlighted the importance of the work done in Mexico to grow in such a short time and from scratch.
Carmelina perfectly understands the demands that a club like Tigres entails and understands that the results must come yes or yes because the expectations are quite high and she considers that it is a challenge that she wants to take on and make the team weigh in wherever they are, but above all in The volcano,
When asked about the style of play, Moscato mentioned that his idea of football will be based on pressure with and without the ball. His Tigres will be an offensive team but one that also works quickly on recovery and counterattack. In his words, it will be “almost impossible” to play against Tigres Femenil.
Carmelina added that CONCACAF must begin to handle issues such as a Champions League and a subsequent Club World Cup if what is sought is to grow as a zone at the international level and highlighted the importance of the alliance between Tigres and Angel City because it allows that international touch that both leagues need.
Carmelina highlighted the importance of having talented players on the roster who have the resources to contribute more than they can imagine. In specific cases, she highlighted what was done by Fernanda Elizondo, Belén Cruz, Nayeli Rangel and Liliana Mercado and how each of them contributes something different to the campus.
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