Sunday, Oct 17, 2021

Panamanian Lineth Cedeño debuts in Women's Serie A

Panamanian Lineth Cedeño debuts in Women's Serie A

Panamanian Lineth Cedeño played for Hellas Verona against Milan in her Serie A women's debut.
Lineth Cedeño has already entered the historical books of Panamanian women's football, by becoming the first player to play minutes in Women's Serie A , with Hellas Verona.

'Palito' Cedeño, who has been in Italy for weeks, was finally announced this weekend, and was quickly on the call to face Milan in the women's category.

Lineth Cedeño entered the 59th minute with number '19' on her back , when the match was already 4-0 in favor of Milan.

The good news for Cedeño and Hellas Verona is that the championship is just starting, and they can correct for the season.

Champion with Taurus, Lineth Cedeño returned to Europe this season after playing in Spain with Joventut Almassora and Alhama El Pozo.

In Tauro the last LFF campaign, Lineth Cedeño scored 5 goals, and was also part of the women's super champion team, which beat Universitario.

Lineth Cedeño began her career, playing at the San Cristóbal FC academy of Juan Díaz where she was trained by coach Franklyn Adames, who has been able to guide other Panamanian players who are currently also active abroad such as Yomira Pinzón (Saprissa - Costa Rica), Érika Hernández (UAI Urquiza - Argentina), Kenia Rangel (Alajuelense - Costa Rica), Karla Riley (Santa Teresa Badajoz - Spain), Katherine Castillo (UAI Urquiza - Argentina), Aldrith Quintero (UD Tacuense - Spain), among others.

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