Beto da Silva received blunders in ‘Blue and White Night’ 2022 and this is how his teammates reacted

Beto went on loan to the César Vallejo University in 2021. Photo: Alex Melgarejo, Movistar Deportes.

The fans who came to the ‘Blue and White Night’ experienced the presentation of the squad Lima Alliance for the 2022 season, where they will play League 1 and Copa Libertadores. Among much applause after the exit of each footballer, whistles were heard when Beto da Silva was named and stepped on the grass of the Alejandro Villanueva stadium. The striker is not to the liking of the fans and they made it known in the preview of the duel against the DIM of Colombia.

The footballer, who returned to the ‘intimate’ squad after his loan to the César Vallejo University in 2021, was not well received and was screwed up by a large part of the public that attended this Wednesday, January 26, the great event in La Victoria, which only has 30% capacity due to the measures established by the government to combat COVID-19.

The bad relationship between the fans of Alianza Lima and Beto da Silva began in 2020 after a bad season in the team (constant injuries), where he played 11 games and did not score any goals or provide any assists, being part of the squad that went down in that campaign. In addition, after learning that he would play League 2, he decided to step aside and go on loan to the César Vallejo University.

After his loan to the Trujillo team, the striker, with a past in the Peruvian national team, decided to return to Alianza Lima and did the preseason with the team while he listened to some offers and the ‘blue and white’ board decided if he would finally stay. The 25-year-old soccer player obtained the approval of Carlos Bustos and will seek to gain the trust of the fans.

The footballer returned to the squad after passing through the César Vallejo University and has not been well received by Alianza Lima fans.


– Angelo Campos – goalkeeper

– Franco Saravia – goalkeeper

– Jonathan Medina – goalkeeper

– Pablo Miguez – defender

– Jefferson Portales – defense

– Yordi Vilchez – defender

– Oslimg Mora – defense

– Carlos Montoya – defender

– Ricardo Lagos – defender

– Fabio Rojas – defender

– Christian Ramos – defender

– Edgar Benitez – midfielder

– Jairo Concha – steering wheel

– Miguel Cornejo – midfielder

– Josepmir Ballon – midfielder

– Sebastian Cavero – midfielder

– Mauricio Matzuda – midfielder

– Oswaldo Valenzuela – midfielder

– Pablo Lavandeira – steering wheel

– Darlin Leiton – steering wheel

– Oscar Pinto – steering wheel

– Jefferson Farfan – forward

– Wilmer Aguirre – striker

– Aldair Rodriguez – forward

– Arley Rodriguez – forward

– Beto da Silva – striker

– Hernan Barcos – striker


Alianza Lima will meet its people again after two years in the stadium where they always host, Alejandro Villanueva de La Victoria. The ‘intimate’ team will present its squad at the ‘Blue and White Night’, which will have 30% of the capacity enabled. In addition, this entire event will close with the match against DIM from Colombia.

It is important to note that two soccer players will not be present due to their call-up to the Peruvian national team. It is about the goalkeeper Ángelo Campos and the attacking midfielder Jairo Concha, who will be part of the double date against Colombia and Ecuador, within the framework of the 15th and 16th round of the South American Qualifiers, respectively.

On the other hand, Infobae Peru was able to learn that Deportivo Independiente Medellín did not bring its professional squad for this commitment, since the Colombian League has already started and on Thursday, January 27, they will have a commitment for the second day. The president of the club himself was in charge of confirming that the group will be made up mostly of U-20 footballers and only three who have played professionally.


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