Dozens of people did not respect the health contingency when they took to the streets of Morelia to demand that the team stay in the town due to rumors of their move to Mazatlán.
And the pandemic?
Dozens of fans of Monarchs Morelia They demonstrated this Sunday in the government palace for ask the team to stay in the city of Michoacán, after the rumors that it will change its headquarters to Mazatlán, Sinaloa.
Despite the pandemic caused by # Covid19, the love of @FuerzaMonarca’s fans for his team has led him to leave their houses to demonstrate.
They ask that their history of more than 70 years not be taken away, 40 of them in the first division. #Morelia #QuedateEnCasa pic.twitter.com/UKlOPOtdVw
– Rojiamarillo 💪 (@Rojiamarillo_) May 24, 2020
To the cry of “Morelia is not leaving, Morelia is not leaving”, The followers of the Purepecha painting showed their discontent at the possibility of running out of a representative in Liga MX.
Tremendous irresponsibility in Morelia in the midst of a pandemic. Soccer is on the side of health. pic.twitter.com/xR45tipbES
– Juan Carlos Zúñiga (@JC_Zuniga) May 24, 2020
Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, the followers did not hesitate to go to the call waiting for some kind of support to continue with First Division soccer. Subsequently, the cOntingent moved to the Fuente de las Tarascas, where they continued with the harangue to receive greater support in your initiative.
SAY NO TO FOOTBALL BUSINESS! MORELIA DOES NOT MOVE WITH COINS!
@FuerzaMonarca fans are protesting in the Historic Center of #Morelia for the possible move of the team. pic.twitter.com/MlUKowqaVG
– EcosDelQuinceo (@EcosDelQuinceo) May 24, 2020
History of the “purépecha” painting, like the Chileans MAntonio Figuera and Juan Carlos Vera bow, have shown their disagreement and annoyance at this latent possibility.
Mazatlán will never be a better place than Morelia… pic.twitter.com/q13dNXqX8z
– Lalo Vargas ⚽ (@ LaloVargas7) May 23, 2020
In the last hours it has been mentioned that the team owned by TV Azteca he would leave Morelia to emigrate to Mazatlán and presumably become the Dolphins.
They can’t do it one more time.
They cannot leave Morelia without football and without their team.
Morelia is tradition, Morelia is passion, Morelia is struggle, Morelia is much more than her business. pic.twitter.com/0GI4z4tcmG
– Alfonso Rumualdo (@Alfonsorumualdo) May 23, 2020
(With information from Notimex)