The coach has Felipe Jonatan and Julio Furch behind his back and should give his all in the match in Morumbis
(update at 10:19)
Coach Fábio Carille should have a very close to perfect squad to face São Paulo in the next match. The teams will meet next Wednesday (14/12) at 7:30 p.m. in Morumbis in the eighth round of the Campeonato Paulista. The coach has gained important reinforcements and should use them in one of the team's main tests of the season.
After the draw against Mirassol, Santos' squad remained in São José do Rio Preto to prepare for the match. Carille considered saving some of the starters, mainly for wear and tear. In the match against São Paulo, the team will have only two days of rest and training. However, plans have changed.
The coach is expected to return Felipe Jonatan and Julio Furcha for the match against São Paulo. The duo, who have been rested in the last two matches due to pain, are part of the group working in São José do Rio Preto and should start the match. Moreover, João Schimdt and Otero, who started the clash with Mirassol on the bench, should return to the starting line-up.
However, the only absence from the team that is considered ideal is Giuliano. The midfielder is still undergoing treatment at the club's physiotherapy department after suffering a left calf injury and has not trained with the ball yet. So it departs from the classics.
That's why Santos should have a team like this in Morumbis: João Paulo; Aderlan, Gil, Joaquim and Felipe Jonathan (Hayner); João Schmidt, Diego Pituca and Cazares (Nonato); Otero, Guilherme and Willian Bigode (Furch).