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The Strongest Eyes Double Title in 2023 After Recent Victory

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The Strongest Eyes Double Title in 2023 After Recent Victory

The Bolivian football team, The Strongest, is riding high on the waves of their recent victory. Having already secured their place in the annals of football history with their win, the team has now set their sights on the coveted Copa de la División Profesional. A double title in 2023 is no small feat, and the team's players are determined to make this dream a reality.

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The Strongest: A Journey of Triumph

After a jubilant victory lap and the gleaming medals proudly displayed on their chests, the players of The Strongest expressed their unwavering determination to close the year with another shining success. Luciano Ursino, one of the team's key players, spoke of their ambition to clinch the championship. He acknowledged that they had already achieved something significant, a statement echoed by his teammates.

Overcoming Past Challenges

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Enrique Triverio, the team's striker, brought attention to the team's past challenges. External factors had previously obstructed their path to the crown. However, with their resolute unity and strength, The Strongest are now in contention for the current cup in dispute. Fans singled out Guillermo Viscarra and Triverio themselves for their pivotal roles in the team's triumph.

A Win Attributed to Professionalism and Quality

The team's coach, Pablo Cabanillas, attributed the championship win to the players' professionalism and quality. For him, the win served as a vindication, a catharsis that dispelled past frustrations. Jaime Arrascaita, another player, echoed this sentiment. According to him, the team had formed a close-knit family both on and off the field, a bond he believes contributed immensely to their success.

A Look Into the Future

Viscarra expressed his gratitude to the team's supporters and shared his contentment with his time in La Paz. He hinted at the possibility of playing in the Copa Libertadores in the future. Meanwhile, in other sports news, the Sao Paulo team with Bolivian player Miguel Terceros lost to Fortaleza. And in tennis, Bolivians were just a step away from clinching a professional doubles title.

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