Lima, January 13, 2022Updated on 01/13/2022 08:58 pm
Three weeks before the start of a new season of League 1 of Peruvian football, there is concern in the Association of Professional Footballers of Peru (SAFAP) about the debts of some teams, especially that of Sport Boys, the “Greatest of all”.
Less than a month before the start of the championship, the president of the aforementioned body, Roberto Silva, gave details about it and emphasized the situation of the Chalaco team.
“We usually receive the debts throughout December and already in January we sent the FPF to check and ask the clubs to cancel. There are ten clubs that still have outstanding debts, but half are minor things, of small amounts ”, declared the ex-footballer for Radio Ovación.
“The rest of the clubs have bigger issues, but they are to be resolved in the coming days. I mentioned the Boys last time, since it is the only one that has not come forward to resolve and its debt is the largest of all. We do not know how much importance the new Boys administration is giving it and we are concerned. Clubs must present their no-debit document to start the tournament “he added.
On the other hand, Silva Pro referred to the delicate situation that some institutions are going through, due to the outbreak of COVID-19 infections in their schools.
“It is difficult in the moment that we live, this variant is more contagious and it is something inevitable. It worries us even in the Association team, in the match against Boys there were 13 players, since in the tests some of them tested positive and had to be isolated. We are concerned that problems may arise in the development of the tournament “he commented.