The Spanish Angel Villacampa, champion trainer eagles of america of the Mexican women’s soccer league, said that her team should acquire the winning habit that teams like the FC Barcelona or the Lyon Olympics French.
“We see it with Barcelona in Spain or Lyon in France, teams that don’t get tired of winning, we have to aspire to have that hunger and not get tired of winning, that’s part of the growth of this league in which it will be increasingly harder to win,” Villacampa said at a press conference.
The man born in Toledo spoke in advance of the dispute for the 2022-2023 Champion of Champions title of the Mexican women’s soccer league that will be held by América, Clausura 2023 champion, and Tigres UANL, Apertura 2022 champion. The first leg it will be played this Friday at the Azteca Stadium; the return will be next Monday at the home of the cats.
Villacampa, former coach of Atlético de Madrid, Athletic Club and Levante of the women’s league in Spain, referred to Barcelona, current champion of the women’s European Champions League, and Lyon, the top winner of that contest with eight trophies, as example of the path to follow for their directed.
“If someone thinks that everything has been done for the league title we won, that’s not for me at all. If we want to continue growing on this path, there is nothing left but to continue winning. Now we are the rival to beat and we must work twice as hard to keep us or they will take us down quickly,” he said.
With Villacampa the second title in the club’s history fell
Villacampa became the technical director of the Águilas in the Apertura 2022, a tournament in which he led the team to the final that they lost to Tigres. For the Clausura 2023, the strategist repeated his good work by reaching his second final, in which he beat Pachuca.
Under the guidance of the Toledo coach, América won the second league title in its history in women’s football on June 6, a situation that he said gives them little time to prepare for this match, although he accepted that this is not an excuse to fail .
“We don’t know what it’s like to play friendlies or paperwork matches. We’re not at the pace we should be, but we defend this important team, so we’ll use that motivation to try to move this forward,” he concluded.