1675338380 League 1 returns this weekend

League 1 returns this weekend

League 1 returns this weekend

By: Luis Imana

After several weeks of waiting, it was possible to know when the League 1 2023. Due to the social situation in our country, the national tournament, which was supposed to start on January 21, was postponed for lack of guarantees. Agustín Lozano and Juan Reynoso this Wednesday sought a solution at the Presidium of the Council of Ministers, given the possible consequences this could have for the clubs that will play in the Copa Libertadores and for the Peruvian team.

Luckily the head of the FPF and the red and white coach received an encouraging response from the government. After the conclusion of the meeting, the head of the Cabinet of Ministers, Alberto Otárola, announced that the national championship will start this week.

“I would like to announce that the Government has decided to support the resumption of League 1 and football will start this weekend. What we want as Peruvians is that sport helps us to achieve peace, we must resolutely support our Peruvian team, which must see the players, train them and, above all, call on all professional football teams to contribute to the process of consolidating the peace in the country through sport,” the head of the PCM told the media.

Additionally, Otarola He pointed out that the games will be played behind closed doors and the possibility that the games can count on the attendance of the fans is being evaluated for next week.

In addition, Reynoso revealed some of the issues discussed at the meeting with the authorities. “One of the points raised was how not playing can affect us. Any appointment that isn’t played exponentially will take fewer minutes than we should have worked on minutes,” the strategist said.

In this way, the return of Peruvian football is confirmed and it would start with the third day. It is recalled that Sporting Cristal and Sport Huancayo will participate in the coming weeks Libertadores Cupso both teams have the opportunity to film their respective games.

On the other hand, they have yet to resolve the television rights dispute between the association and some League 1 clubs, as well as the channels that will be in charge of broadcasting the matches. There are a few days left until all parties have reached an agreement.

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