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Euphoria in Oviedo with the subscriber campaign: there are already 5,000 registrations

Satisfaction reigns in the Carlos Tartiere offices for the smooth running of the season ticket campaign. After a week of the campaign, more than 5,000 blue fans already have their subscription for the 2022/23 academic year. Manuel Paredes, vice president of Real Oviedo, affirms that, at this point, it is the “best campaign” in memory, surpassing that of 2018, in which 5,000 subscribers were reached ten days after the sale of season tickets began. Oviedo concluded last year with 20,000 season tickets distributed, a figure that the Carbayón club sees as more than feasible to exceed, taking into account this good start.

Paredes links the good pace of fertilizer sales with the state of enthusiasm in which Oviedoism is found after the acquisition of the club by the Pachuca group. “The word that defines the state of all is illusion,” considers the manager, who demands “prudence, unity and teamwork.”

The trip to Pachuca de Soto, from which Paredes returns with a “very positive assessment”, served to get to know both him and the board of directors of Oviedo in depth about the new property: “They are very close, hard-working, the each other; it’s a family model that we really like”.

During their time on Mexican soil, the Oviedo expedition was able to visit the many facilities of the Pachuca group, both those directly linked to the Pachuca Football Club and those that are not directly related to the group’s homonymous club. “They were very intense days”, confessed Paredes, who detailed the exhausted road map: “We were able to see the group’s facilities: the University, the sports city, the clinic and we attended a soccer match”. From the first contact with Pachuca, he draws a flattering conclusion: “We have a great future with these people.”

The capital increase, an issue that the owner of the Pachuca group Jesús Martínez put on the table in an interview with LA NUEVA ESPAÑA, is, in the words of Paredes, a “possible solution” to overcome the salary limit, of which Oviedo is ” a little overdone”, recognizes the vice-president.

One of the flags of the Pachuca group is the commitment to women’s soccer. This is staged by the signing of the Spanish striker Jennifer Hermoso, promoted by the new president of Real Oviedo, Martín Peláez, before arriving in the Principality. Paredes, aware of the “illusion” that the incoming owners deposit in their women’s sections, was fascinated when on his trip to Mexico he visited the store that Pachuca has dedicated exclusively to the girls’ team. “Surely they come with the idea of ​​supporting women’s Oviedo more”, celebrated the manager.

Regarding the state of the Tartiere grass, Paredes expressed satisfaction: “It’s phenomenal.”

Satisfaction reigns at Real Oviedo due to the smooth progress of season ticket renewals. After a week of season ticket campaign, more than 5,000 blue fans already have their card for the 2022/23 season. Manuel Paredes, vice president of Real Oviedo, affirms that, at this point, it is the “best campaign” that he remembers, surpassing that of 2018, one of the best since the return to professional football, in which 5,000 subscribers were reached ten days after the start of the sale of subscriptions. Oviedo concluded last year with 20,000 members, a figure that the Carbayón club sees as more than feasible to overcome, taking into account this good start.

Paredes links the good rate of ticket sales with the state of enthusiasm in which Oviedismo finds itself after the acquisition of the club by the Pachuca Group. “The word that defines the state of all is illusion”, considers the director, who despite everything demands “prudence, union and teamwork”.

The trip to Pachuca de Soto, from which Paredes returned with a “very positive assessment”, helped him and the rest of the members of the Oviedo board of directors get to know the new property in depth: “They are very close, workers, they help each other. It’s a family model that we really like”.

During their time on Mexican soil, the Oviedo expedition was able to visit the numerous facilities of the Pachuca Group, both those directly linked to the Pachuca Football Club and those that are not directly related to the group’s homonymous club. “They were very intense days”, confessed Paredes, who detailed the exhausted road map: “We were able to see the Group’s facilities: the University, the sports city, the clinic and we attended a football match”. From the first contact with Pachuca, he draws a flattering conclusion: “We have a great future with these people.”

The capital increase, an issue that the owner of the Pachuca group Jesús Martínez put on the table in an interview with LA NUEVA ESPAÑA, is, in the words of Paredes, a “possible solution” to overcome the salary limit, of which Oviedo is ” a little overdone”, recognizes the vice-president.

One of the flags of the Pachuca Group is the commitment to women’s football. This is staged by the signing of the Spanish striker Jennifer Hermoso, promoted by the new president of Real Oviedo, Martín Peláez, before arriving in the Principality in her last service to the Pachuca team. Paredes, aware of the “illusion” that the incoming owners deposit in their women’s sections, was fascinated when on his trip to Mexico he visited the store that Pachuca has dedicated exclusively to the girls’ team. “Surely they come with the idea of ​​supporting women’s Oviedo more”, celebrated the director.

And regarding the state of the Tartiere grass, a headache for the club some time ago and which has been renewed after the Marc Anthony concert, Paredes expressed satisfaction: “It’s phenomenal.”

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