New Philippine girls’s soccer workforce coach Mark Torcaso slipped into Manila this week with the intention of making ready the following chapter of the Filipinas’ journey and hopefully discover some untapped expertise.
“There’s a lot expertise right here, there’s some unbelievable expertise and hopefully we get to seek out a couple of extra younger gamers for the event and a few native expertise that may be obtainable for the Asian Video games,” Torcaso mentioned in a video posted on the workforce’s social media account.
‘Good workforce gamers’
“It’s clear that there’s quite a lot of technical gamers out right here so let’s try to discover a couple of extra and let’s try to develop that into being good workforce gamers and creating an atmosphere the place they’re all collectively as one and so they’re working collectively for one another,” he added.
Torcaso is about to spend the following few days with the FIlipinas and the U-17s at Rizal Memorial Stadium to start his reign as successor to teach Alen Stajcic, who left after the historic Fifa Girls’s World Cup marketing campaign.
The Aussie mentor shouldn’t be solely making an attempt to acquaint himself with the workforce but in addition with the Filipino atmosphere.
He was at Mall of Asia Enviornment on Monday to look at the Fiba World Cup recreation between the US and Greece.
Torcaso shall be tasked to deal with the Filipinas within the Asian Video games in Hangzhou, China, in addition to the second spherical of the Olympic Qualifying Match.
Considered one of his assistants, Sinisa Cohadzic, will name the pictures for the squad that may play within the second spherical of the AFC U-17 Girls’s Asian Cup Qualifiers in mid-September. INQ
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