If they defeat Palmeiras in the decision, Corinthians will have the chance to win the Paulista, Brazilian and Libertadores titles in the same year.
In September, Alvinegro beat Ferroviária in the Brasileirão decision. Timão will play one of the Paulistão semifinals, also against Verdão, in November. São Paulo and Santos face each other in the other game.
3 – Help for Duilio
The lack of titles in men’s football is one of the main reasons for Fiel’s criticism of President Duilio Monteiro Alves, who ends his term this year.
He must leave office as the first president since Roberto Pásqua, who led the association between 1985 and 1987, to not be a champion in professional men’s football.
The victory in Colombia would give him the chance to appear in front of the fans by winning instead of justifying eliminations from the men’s team or coaching changes.
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