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Bárbara Olivieri is summoned by Venezuela to the South American Games

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The burgundy soccer player of the Rayadas de Monterrey continues to grow in her game and this time she was taken into account by her Venezuelan National Team to play the upcoming South American Games that will be played in Asunción, Paraguay from October

The soccer player born in Texas and of Venezuelan parents who represents La Vinotinto, Bárbara Olivieri, has been summoned to play with the Venezuelan National Team the next South American Games that will be held in Asunción, Paraguay starting on October 1. The Rayadas de Monterrey player confirms her good moment and that she is one of the main bets of Venezuela in her selection.

This season the Rayadas de Monterrey occupy the second place after adding 35 points after the defeat of the Pumas, a game in which Olivieri showed her good condition despite not having scored and where she played a total of 64 minutes.

Bárbara Olivieri already knows what it’s like to play with the senior team

The soccer player born in Texas and of Venezuelan parents, was a figure in the U20 team, however in the recent Copa América she already stood out with the senior team, where the fans asked for more minutes for the Rayadas player, who demonstrated to be an unbalanced piece in the scheme of the trainer Pamela Conti.

“The jump from the Sub 20 to the senior definitely feels a lot, it makes a lot of difference to be with footballers who play in Spain, in England. That experience of being surrounded by all that talent and experience definitely helped me and I learned a lot, I was able to bring what I learned here and continue to have that impact here,” Olivieri said in an interview with 11 Once.

Most minutes in Rayadas

Bárbara Olivieri is very happy in Monterrey, where she declared that there are no undisputed starters, which is why she strives daily to earn a position within the team. This season she has played most of the games as a starter and has contributed important goals and plays for Rayadas, a team in which she says she feels very comfortable, in addition to having learned a lot during her career.

“I have more minutes, obviously it has been a bit frustrating to be, not to be, to go, not to go, so now I am more here, I can focus more 100 percent on the game and happy, super happy to increase the time and the goals. “, affirmed the international with La Vinotinto.

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