Two more Colombian soccer teams would lose sporting recognition

This Wednesday, Javier Hernández revealed in the sports space of BLU Radio that two more Colombian soccer teams would lose recognition, apart from the already suspended Cúcuta Deportivo.

Hernández assured that one of the teams would be from the first division and another from the first B. Apparently, the failure to pay would be the cause for loss of recognition.

These are the known teams that they have suspended contracts and have not fulfilled the payments and that it could be one of the two that would lose recognition:

Patriotas, Pereira, Bucaramanga, Jaguares, Llaneros, Lions and Union Magdalena.

I heard details of the news in Sports Blog:


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