It starts this weekend League 1 2024 and one of the most attractive matches of the first date of the Apertura tournament will be that of Alianza Lima vs. César Vallejo at the National Stadium. The blue and white team will be looking to overcome the final defeat against the “U” and will want to start on the right foot; However, the poets will not be good experts and want to deal a blow to the colossus of José Díaz.
To be precise, Roberto Mosquera's line-up was heavily strengthened to take the title this season, securing big names from various clubs, including some former figures of their current rival, Lima Allianceand myself University of Sports. In this note we will review the great names of César Vallejo.
Which players did César Vallejo hire to win the first division in 2024?
As part of the planning that Roberto Mosquera made for this year, the coach looked for names of players who have a long history in Peruvian football and who already know what it means to be a champion. For example, you pulled the goalkeeper Jose Carvallo and the midfielder Josepmir Balloonwho knew how to achieve fame with Universitario or Alianza Lima.
He also leaned towards footballers he had already managed, such as Johan Madrid j Nilson Loyola, who he knows very well from Sporting Cristal. But in addition, the strategist has signed Unbalancers, who can offer him several options in attack, such as: Cristian Benavente, for example, and Pierre da Silvathe dual-citizen soccer player who spent much of his career in the United States.
- Jose Carvallo – comes from the sports university
- Johan Madrid – comes from Sporting Cristal
- Nilson Loyola – comes from Sporting Cristal
- Josepmir Balloon – comes from Alianza Lima
- Gerson Barreto – comes from the sports university
- Christian Benavente – comes from Alianza Lima
- Pierre da Silva – comes from Forward Madison.
What did Roberto Mosquera say in the Alianza Lima vs. César Vallejo preview?
“It's always good to play with the best. Alianza has had three good years and has strengthened very well, but we will arrive prepared. There are always people who put things in my mouth that I didn't say. I did. “I never said I was going to destroy everyone,” said Roberto Mosquera upon his arrival in the country after pre-season training in Argentina.