Women's Football He wants to take the 'Vinotinto' to his first absolute World Cup
In addition to Spain, Pamela played in Italy (Torres), United States (New York Flash) and Russia (Enery Voronezh, Zorky). He was international 30 times and played with the Azzurre the European Cups of 2005 and 2009. After hanging up the boots in 2014, the UEFA B coach license was created, he created a soccer school for children (Scuola Calcio Accademia) and worked for Atletico de Madrid, Real Madrid and Torrejon, with whom he was going to start the season as coordinator of women's football of the entity. "I think I can contribute my experience as a player and coach. We will try to practice more European football," he says. Conti, a laborious midfielder capable of adapting to different systems, confesses that the coach who most marked him in his career was Oscar Aja at Espanyol. "It made me understand what football was and discovered my most scoring facet," he says.
It was presented on October 17 and since then works with the aim of growing a selection where the name of Deyna Castellanos stands out and that has half a squad playing in Spain. "I have been struck by the desire, enthusiasm and commitment that these players have for the shirt Red wine. Also the desire to learn new things "says the Italian, who he will live most of the time in Venezuela although he has closed different concentrations for Europe. Will there be friendly against Spain? "We are not ready yet," he admits, "but in the future I would like to," he emphasizes.
His first test of fire took place only three days after signing his new contract, a victory by the minimum against Paraguay in a friendly in which Venezuela served as a local. "At the end of the game the players looked for me to carry me on my shoulders and celebrate with me as if they had known me for a lifetime. That made me feel and see that I had won their trust," he discovers. "In addition to qualifying for a World Cup I would like to leave a mark on the players. Not only in the technical part but also in the human part," he says.
What will Conti's Venezuela play? "I am very demanding. I like a disciplined team. I give priority to the technical-tactical and I usually talk a lot with the players, but keeping the distance, understanding that I am the coach and they are the players. I really like the combined game. . and win, "he replies with the sympathy that characterizes him.
Pamela, who has lived another era in the countryside, wants to enjoy the current moment from the bench. "I think there has been a boom Regarding women's football worldwide. FIFA, UEFA and CONMEBOL are investing a lot of money and now all we have left is to move forward so that this is not a fad but a reality, "he says." The time for equality has come because we are working just like men, but they have nothing but us although it is the same sport. I don't talk about money but about rights, "finiquita.