This Sunday will define the new champion of Colombian soccer. National Athleticwhich arrives with a partial victory by 3-1, visits the Manuel Murillo Toro of Ibague al Sports Tolima.
Before the match, a Colombian national team player and former figure of the pijao team made a striking promise in case he saw his “Tolimita” champion.
In dialogue with Caracol Radio’s ‘VBAR’, Jaminton Campaz gave his first sensations ahead of the second leg of the grand final, he was excited about the team from Hernan Torres and backed off with his promise.
Memories of Tolima – I really miss the goals, the celebrations, the teammates, my whole family lived in Ibagué, the weather, everything. But hey, those were the decisions we made and now here (in Gremio) we have new goals, new responsibilities.
Keys to turn the final – Tolima has to go out and propose because it is down 3-1. If there is a chance to score after five minutes, you have to take advantage since you won’t have a key player like (Anderson) Silver. Tolima has good players and a team to overcome that. You have to know that they are 90 minutes plus replacement.
Faithful pijao fan – Always with my brother (Mike Campaz) we agree and watch the games. I see them as just another fan. It is a joy to see Tolima playing a new final and I will be cheering him on from the outside. My whole family supports them because of what they lived there. Right now, I’m a #1 fan and we hope to raise one more cup.
Medium distance as a weapon – On the payroll Brayan Rovira and Yohandry (Orozco) have very good mid-distance. We should take advantage of that. The game in Medellin is over and this is a new meeting. You have to support.
Variants I would do – In the case of Plata, who we know cannot play, I spoke with him and he is very sad about the situation. This time I would include (Luis) Miranda and hopefully (Jeison Steven) Lucumí.
Crazy promise in title case – Actually, yes. I promised that. If Tolima is champion, I tattoo it. I am supporting my Tolimita from long distance. The loss hurt me a lot (first leg match), but that’s the game.