Pia cuts Fabiana for coronovirus and calls Katelyn for women’s team – sports

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Technique Piya Sundage Need to change squad list Brazilian Women’s Team For the She Bills tournament in the United States. Protector Fabiana, do International, Was cut after testing positive for Coronavirus And was replaced by Katelin, da inter Milan.

Fabiana’s positive results revealed in compulsory examination conducted by Cbf Prior to the presentation of the players. In light of this, the Confederation’s medical department informed Inter about the defender’s coronavirus case and promised to provide the necessary assistance.

The 25 players called by Pia will be in Orlando, United States this Monday. In preparation for the Olympics, the tournament selection will begin against Japan on the 18th at 6 pm (Brasilia time). He will then face the United States on the 21st at 5 pm. And will cease participation in She Bills in front of Canada, 24 on 18. All games will be played at the Exploria Stadium in Orlando.

View squad list:

Goalkeeper: Bárbara (Ivey / Kinderman), Aline Rees (UD Granadilla Tenerife / Spain) and Leticia (Benfica / Portugal).

The defenders: Katelyn (Inter Milan), Tamires (Corinthians), Camilleha (Palmyras), Tenara (Palmyras), Rafael (Changchun Dazhong / China), Bruna Benites (International), Jusinara (Levante UD / Spain) and Antonia (Madrid CFF / Spain) ) is.

Midfielder: Formiga (Paris Saint-Germain / France), Luana (Paris Saint-Germain / France), Andresinha (Corinthians), Julia Bianchi (Palmiras), Andres Alves (Rome / Italy), Marta (Orlando Pride / United States), Adrianna (Corinthians), Chu (Palmyras) and Ivana Fuso (Manchester United / England).

Raiders: Ludmila (Atlético de Madrid / Spain), Debinaha (North Carolina Cortez / United States), Bia Zanerato (Wuhan Xinjuan / China), Christiana (Santos) and Giovanna (Barcelona / Spain).

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About the author: Sarah Gracie

Sarahis a reporter covering Amazon. She previously covered tech and transportation, and she broke stories on Uber's finances, self-driving car program, and cultural crisis. Before that, she covered cybersecurity in finance. Sarah's work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Politico, and the Houston Chronicle.

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