FPF assured that the six clubs are willing to play date 4 of League 1

In the document, it was stated about the willingness of the teams to want to play League 1.

Following his meeting with the six clubs that went on strike, the Peruvian Football Federation (FPF) released a statement about the first approaches they had. In it it was confirmed that the teams have the predisposition to want to participate on the date 4 of league 1 2023.

In the published document, it has also been mentioned that they will have a meeting on Wednesday, February 8 at 3:00 p.m. The reason is to be able to reach the final agreements so that they can compete in the Peruvian tournament.

The representatives of the clubs Lima Alliance, melgar, scientist, Municipal Sports, Cusco FC and binationalmet with directors of the FPF to work and reach consensus. In that line, the FPF welcomes that the clubs have shown willingness to play on date 4 of the league 1 2023″, the letter reads.

In addition, the maximum entity of Peruvian soccer stated that despite the good intentions of integrating the championship, an agreement has not yet been reached between both parties. In this sense, it was confirmed that they will have another meeting, after having evaluated the proposals that were proposed.

“Considering that there are still no concrete agreements, the talks will resume tomorrow, February 8 with the aim of reaching possible solutions that benefit all,” they said.

Source: Peruvian Football Federation
Source: Peruvian Football Federation

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