Ecosem Pasco wants to be promoted to League 2. With the arrival of Reimond Manco and the signing of experienced players like Jean Tragodara or Sandro Rengifo is the institution that has denied this national stage of the Peru Cup He broke the market with a major signing.
He is a striker who already knows what it means to be champion of the first division of Peruvian football, the current League 1. “Welcome to your Barça home, goalscorer,” the home team posted on its official fan page Daniel Alcides Carrión Stadium in Cerro de Pasco.
Mauricio Montes It will be the goal card that Mario “Ropero” Flores will have in the next games. Montes He is a striker with a renowned career in local football. He was trained at Deportivo Municipal but made his professional debut there Lima Alliancewhere he became national champion twice: 2003 and 2004.
Ecosem strives to ensure its target quota. Photo: Ecosem Pasco/Facebook
He also expanded his track record with two titles with the Universidad San Martín jersey (2007 and 2008) and another championship with Juan Aurich (2011).
As if that wasn’t enough, in 2018, when he was a player of Ayacucho FC He was voted into the “Best 11” by the Peruvian Football Players Association (Safap).