River wants to be champion of the Professional League on Tuesday night and posted a message in their social networks in which he asked his fans to be “United” to encourage the team.
For that, Marcelo Gallardo’s team will have to score a point against Racing in the match that will close the 22nd date of the tournament.
The message that River published for his fans
Within hours of the possible consecration, River published a message as a harangue for his fans. As if they weren’t excited enough. “Tonight”, were the two words chosen from the official account to start the countdown of a day that can be very special.
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“Let’s all go together”, is the phrase that the video carries within the post and that shows Marcelo Gallardo and the players, all together, behind the goal that the coach has been denied since he took office in 2014: he won a local tournament.
River’s video for his fans
River – Racing: 100% stadium and tickets sold out
For the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began, the Monumental stadium will look packed. Tickets are sold out and about 72 thousand fans will be present in the classic between River and Racing.
The party that the River Fan Subcommission prepares for the classic against Racing
The Fan Subcommittee prepares a reception at the height of the events: the stands will be adorned with the classic red and white ribbons and with 50 thousand hanging balloons -the elongated ones-.
River – Racing: Marcelo Gallardo’s doubts for the Millionaire’s 11
Marcelo Gallardo will have several casualties to receive Racing. The River coach will not be able to count on Enzo Pérez (dislocation in his left elbow), Milton Casco and Bruno Zuculini, both suspended.
To replace Casco, they fight for a place Javier Pinola and Jonatan Maidana. The chosen one would enter to occupy a place in the central defense and Héctor David Martínez would be located as the left wing marker.
Meanwhile, the midfielder Leonardo Ponzio is emerging as a candidate to stand in the middle of the field with Santiago Simón, Enzo Fernández and Agustín Palavecino.