Colo Colo adds football and beats San Felipe in a friendly behind closed doors with Marco Rojas on the team

Gustavo Quinteros gave minutes to several young soccer players, in addition to gradually integrating New Zealander Marco Rojas, the second reinforcement of the last transfer market window.

Rojas continues adding football in the Cacique.
© Colo Colo.Rojas continues adding football in the Cacique.

Colo Colo leaves his good triumph in the Superclásico against Universidad de Chile in the past to fully immerse himself in what is coming in the 2022 National Championship, a contest where he cannot lower his arms in his desire to shout champion.

So that the team does not lose filming is that those directed by Gustavo Quinteros played a another friendly match behind closed doors at the Monumental Stadium, this time receiving Unión San Felipe from Primera B.

The Cacique’s strategist used this encounter so that several young soccer players see action and to try some interesting formulas in some sectors of the field.

The first big news is that Marco Rojas continues with his integration into the team, Entered in the second half as a pointer from the right in front, although also rotating at times to the left.

Also The central duo was initially made up of the Argentine German Pared and the Uruguayan Alan Saldiviatwo foreigners who are making their weapons in white youth football. Another who saw action was the Bolivian Ervin Vacawho entered in the second half.

Regarding the marker Cacique won 1-0 thanks to a solitary goal from Marcos Bolados.

The Cacique’s next challenge will be against Deportes Antofagasta this Sunday, August 7 at 6:15 p.m. at the Monumental Stadium, in a duel valid for date 21 of the 2022 National Championship.

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