Palmira’s delegation arrives in Montevideo at 6 pm (GMT), goes directly to the hotel and begins the preparations set for Saturday’s decision, against Flamengo, at the Centenario Stadium.
Attention, Montevideo: the defending champion in the region! The Palmeiras delegation arrived in the early hours of Wednesday evening (24) to the Uruguayan capital, host of the final Libertadores against flamingo, Saturday (27), in Estádio Centenário, with broadcast live Act FOX Sports and for ESPN No Star +.
There was a slight delay in the arrival of Alviverde, which was scheduled just before 6pm. The delegation, however, Took more than 40 minutes within the allotted timeNext to transportation to the hotel is in the central area of the city.
The fans who were waiting for the people of Palmeiras in front of the hotel did not notice the delay. About 20 fanatics welcomed the actors and coaches Abel Ferrara. Banderao’s team dared to give a festive rhythm to the club’s arrival.
Palmeiras also kicked off with plenty of cheers from the fans in Sao Paulo and are now starting to prepare for the Grand Final, where they will try to preserve the continental title. NS the summer He is the current champion, after beating Santos, in the decision of 2020, at the Maracana.
According to the club’s schedule, there will be two training sessions in Uruguay, Thursday (25) and Friday (26), during which the club will also get acquainted with the Centenário Park. Before taking to the stage, Abel Ferreira and another Palestinian player will hold an official press conference, the only pre-match match in the country.
It’s hard to know Verdau’s line-up for the final, But the trend is that Abel invites the team to Saturday with: Waverton. Mikey, Gustavo Gomez, Luanne Bequerez; Felipe Melo (Danilo), Zee Raphael, Rafael Vega and Gustavo Scarpa; Dudu and Ron.
Palmeiras will play the sixth Libertadores Cup final in history. Vice in 1961, 1968 and 2000, the team will seek a third title, after victories in 1999 and 2020. If they win, they will join Sao Paulo, Gremio, and Santos, the only three-time champion among the Brazilians.
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