Ricardo Gareca, strategist of the Peruvian team, gave statements regarding the new sanitary measures decreed by the Executive Power to counteract the advance of the third wave of COVID-19, soccer being the area that suffers the most because it will not be able to have an audience in the stadiums.
“Yes you have to respect them, there is no other, but I do not agree, but you have to respect them,” said the DT of the Bicolor, this after leaving Videna after training for the friendlies and Qualifying Qatar 2022.
After the new biosecurity regulations, soccer matches in the country will not be able to count on the presence of fans, thus damaging Peru’s matches against Panama, in the National Stadium; However, it is not known whether the same measure will apply to Jamaica on January 20 in the same scenario.
Another important fact that bothered Ricardo Gareca was that League 1 clubs such as Alianza Lima, Sporting Cristal, Sports UniversityThey, among others, canceled their performance matches due to the new measures.
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The Peruvian team works at La Videna thinking about their next rival for the points, Colombia. Gareca’s team will seek to defeat Rueda’s team and continue in the dream of going to the Qatar 2022 World Cup.