Tri Femenil: Silvia Elicerio and Andrea Balcázar leave for the international trip

Mexico City.- The U-20 Women’s Mexican National Team finished with their first practice in order to begin to line up the last details to fly to the city of Oldenzaal in the Netherlands, where they will face the Mechanical Orange on September 18 and 21 of the present.

The trainer, Maribel Dominguez, summoned its 20 selected since last 10 of the month to begin with the session in the facilities of the High Performance Center (CAR) south of Mexico City, to begin to polish different aspects to reach the duels of preparation.

However, throughout this Tuesday, September 14, it was recognized that two of the 20 Mexican women that Domínguez summoned in his appeal will cause loss, due to different injuries that will leave them out of any possibility of traveling to the old continent; both are part of teams of the Liga MX Women.

The midfielders, Sylvia Elicerio (FC Juárez) and Andrea Balcázar (Pachuca), will be discarded for different reasons. Silvia had grade II meniscopathy in her left knee; Meanwhile, Andrea was diagnosed with a grade 1 sprain of the left knee, according to the statement of the Mexican Women’s National Team in its current publication.

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Likewise, the coaching staff decided to summon Maritza Maldonado, from Gallos Femenil, to supplant Silvia Elicerio. In the meantime, the decision was made that no one will take Andrea Balcázar’s place for this tour of the Netherlands.

The Mexican U-20 Women’s National Team prepares to make the trip to Europe in the last hours. For now, reinforce the physical aspect in afternoon training before making video sessions and personal growth, which is planned for tonight.


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