October 2, 2022
Bicolor fans crowded at the airport when Paysandu left and the players responded: "It's chilling" |  Paysandu

Bicolor fans crowded at the airport when Paysandu left and the players responded: “It’s chilling” | Paysandu

Paysando traveled on Friday, the 19th, to Salvador (BA), where he will face Vitoria in the first round of Group C from a quadrangle. C series.. The two-colored delegation was greeted at the airport by the crowd who threw a wonderful party before boarding the plane.

The good attendance of Fiel Bicolor caught the attention of the athletes, who were very grateful for the support before the first game of the second stage of Terceirona.

This crowd is awesome. That’s more than an incentive, for sure. We will return from there with victory for them.

– Thiago Coelho, goalkeeper Paysandu

Paysandu fans fill the airport before the team leaves for Salvador – Photo: John Wesley/Ascom Paysandu

The players did not have much time to appreciate all the support provided by the fans. They got off the bus, passed the crowd, and headed straight to the departure hall. J Barra’s report was able to speak with some of the athletes on the list, who were very grateful for Viel’s support.

– It’s very pleasing, it’s an extra strength that we rely on for the whole tournament. So, it is more important for us to get there (in Salvador) – commented midfielder Jose Aldo.

Midfielder Ricardinho, who is back on the roster after more than four months, was also surprised to find the fan at the airport. Despite going to the match, the athlete will not be hired by coach Marcio Fernandez.

– It’s amazing that fans came to support us in this way. I feel like I’m traveling for the first time as a professional. The heart is racing, it really is a different emotion.

Paysandu fans fill the airport before the team leaves for Salvador – Photo: John Wesley/Ascom Paysandu

There is nothing better, it is scary. It is something that will not be forgotten for me. We have to come back with a positive result, so that the next match on our soil is so full.

Marcelo Toscano, Paysandu striker

Paysandu’s top scorer this season, striker Marlon has been one of the cheeriest crowds while boarding the flight. At 24 years old, the athlete reveals that he has never been in a similar position at other clubs in his career.

– It’s a great emotion. It is an audience that has always supported us, we know its strength and we go with that strength to Bahia. It’s my first time seeing this, I’m so excited.

Paysandu fans fill the airport before the team leaves for Salvador – Photo: John Wesley/Ascom Paysandu

The Vitoria vs Paysandu match will take place on Sunday, 21st, at 4pm, at Estadio Paradao. GE broadcasts major bids in real time.