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Gamero is already thinking about Sudamericana and is focusing on the match against Chico

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Millonarios lost to Palestino for Conmebol Libertadores, and after the defeat, coach Alberto Gameiro spoke. The strategist pointed out the mistakes made by his team, as well as the injuries of Macalister Silva and Daniel Cattaneo..

Defeat and what will come for Millonarius:”Today we have a result that we did not expect. We came with greater hope and it was not possible. With one point and nine points left to play, it becomes very complicated and difficult without a doubt. We still have two possibilities, we can fight in this cup and the other in the South American Cup, and no “We can hide that from today as well. It's difficult for us because of today's match in which we lost, but on Sunday we have a qualifying match against Chico to continue our battle in Colombia. We have to turn the page as quickly as possible.”

What were you looking for with Danovis Panjiro's entry?: “I wanted to free Ruiz a little more and I wanted to give more depth to Johan Hernandez and Panguero. I think Johan did a great job. He was one of the most important players I saw in both defensive and offensive phases. We wanted to have a midfielder and we wanted Ruiz to be able to free up Ruiz.” Same slightly due to Cattaneo's injury.

Pests: “McAllister felt pain during the warm-up, discomfort in his adductor muscles and he himself decided that he could not play. Cattaneo told me that he felt the same pain that he had felt before, two players in the same difficult position, Cattaneo coming out at the best moment we were in the match, when We tied, we have to wait for recovery and a medical opinion, but these are injuries that do not heal overnight.”

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Possibility of changing the plan in Millonarius for what is coming next?:”We will look at what players are available. We have made mistakes, but there is no need to be crazy. We have to correct and look at the panorama that is coming to us now.”

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