One week after the expected debut in A2 Series, the management of female soccer training
continues to work also on the market front. The last incoming shot responds to the name of Irene Severino, 31 years old from Campania with long backgrounds in football but not entirely novice in futsal, having played three seasons in the Campania categories, she was a native of Naples and last year with Pescara (11-a-side football), in Serie C.
“I moved to Emilia-Romagna for work reasons and immediately set to work to find a local team – explains the newcomer -. I knew the reality of the San Marino Academy, but I didn’t know that this club also had a women’s futsal training. I made contact with the biancoazzurra management, then I did a week of testing with the team and I immediately found myself at ease. The organization of this team is what struck me first. Then I immediately felt trust and a nice welcome, so it was easy for me to give my availability. And now I can’t wait to start the championship. My role? The coach sees me as lateral or central. Everything is fine for me: I leave the choice to him, I will give my best anyway. “
Serie A2 will be a new league for the club and for most of the squad. Also for Irene: “I know it’s going to be a great tournament and I’m excited about taking part in it. It is one of those undoubtedly difficult but stimulating challenges. I am very charged. Goals? That of the team must first of all be salvation, and eventually understand what can come next. Mine is to do well and not disappoint the expectations of this club, which gave me confidence and immediately made me feel involved in the project. “
In short, the welcome seems to have been warm. “I found a serene and welcoming environment towards me – confirms the new Titana -. Everyone is aware of the difficulty of the journey that awaits them, but they also have the right confidence in their own means. The team is organized and the teammates immediately made me realize that they have a great temperament: they are tenacious and combative, essential prerequisites for doing well in a category as convincing as the A2. After all, we had good results in the triangular friendly matches we faced last weekend: we won one match and lost another only in the final. We have seen progress in many aspects, including that of harmony on the pitch. The amalgamation between us is already good and will become more and more defined. We have our weapons and we must believe in our goals. “
San Marino Academy Press Office