ADT fans sell out tickets for the game in Tarma with Universitario

ADT fans sell out tickets for the game in Tarma with Universitario

In “La Perla de los Andes”, only the match between ADT and Universitario de Deportes is discussed. And a few hours before the professional soccer game of League 1, the effervescence grows exponentially with each passing hour. To enjoy the best match, all measures have been taken at the Unión Tarma stadium.

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To enter the Eastern Tribune, a door has been opened through the Tacna jirón, to overcome the observation presented by the Peruvian Football Federation (FPF) and a metal wall has already been placed in the sector that faces the Santa Apolonia jirón. Despite the cost of tickets for the Eastern Grandstand, these have already been sold out, and until yesterday the same thing was missing for the Western Grandstand.

Given the immense fans that the “Vendaval Celeste” has in his province, as well as that of the Universitario that is expected to arrive in large numbers, Commander PNP Luis Alberto Castellares Matamoros has provided a strategic plan to provide guarantees.

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Motivated by the last two wins, Franco Navarro along with Leo Rojas work double time at the Unión Tarma municipal stadium to face the duel between light blue and cream in the best way. Now with the return of central defender Sebastián Ramírez and midfielder Yorkman Tello, the technical command is testing several formulas to decide whether to start or not, since Gu Rum Choy, central defender of the ADT, with a great performance, even scored the winning goal against Ayacucho FC.

Likewise, in the midfield, Jorge Palomino stood out in the brand replacing Yorkman Tello, the rest of the squad would be the same one that won the team from Ayacucho. That is to say, the whole team is only thinking of university to collect the revenge of the Apertura where they fell in Lima 2 to 1.

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