After the return of Luis Suárez to Nacional de Uruguay, his home, at the age of 35; Peruvian fans started the campaign that aims to make Leicester notice Pedro Gallese.
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Averaging 1,500 tweets per hour; More than 50 million accounts, from 35 different countries, started a technological “revolution” that seeks to fulfill the dream of soccer fans. The hashtag #SuarezANacional became so viral until the return of Luis Suárez, the Uruguayan megacrack, to the club of his loves, Nacional, became real. Today, it's #SuarezEnNacional.
Probably the 'Gunman' has not decided to return to Uruguayan football just because of the pressure of the fan on Twitter. But at 35 years old, with proposals from the United States Major League Soccer, in the year of the World Cup he will seek to arrive in the best possible way; The striker is an act of love worthy of admiration. In fact, he will earn $30,000 a month, according to the club president himself. In addition, his arrival made the institution increase five thousand new members, according to the newspaper “Referí”.
¡Una locura hermosa 👋👋👋!
Más de 50 millones de cuentas en un total de 35 países y con un promedio de 1500 tuits por hora al ritmo de #SuarezANacional
— Nacional (@Nacional) July 18, 2022
“I wanted to thank you for all the love that both I and my family have received in recent days, which has been impressive and very moving, all the videos, the messages that have reached us,” said the scorer in a video posted on his Twitter account.
“That really touched our hearts, in this situation where we had to decide and I think it was inevitable to reject this opportunity to have the chance to play again at Nacional”, he added.
The “Tricolor Revolution” took effect. The worldwide movement of fans, personalities and even recognized ex-players such as Chino Recoba managed, in a certain way, for Suárez to accept Nacional's proposal. It is not yet known when it will debut, but a historic reception is being prepared, at the height of its legend.
The world campaign began with Luis Suárez, but it has been repeated in recent days. Cristiano Ronaldo, who until hours ago seemed not to continue at Manchester United, was also the protagonist. And Pedro Gallese, the Peruvian goalkeeper for Orlando City, the same. Why? We tell you about it below.
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Gallese to Leicester?
After the departure of Kasper Schmeichel of Leicester after eleven years, the English club is looking for a goalkeeper. The 35-year-old Dane would be a new player for Nice de France after not accepting a renewal with the British team.
Faced with this situation, Peruvian fans had no better idea than to make the hashtag #GalleseALeicester go viral, with the sole intention that the 'Foxes' notice the national goalkeeper who has been a figure for Orlando City in Major League Soccer.
— ¿Por qué es tendencia Perú? (@TendenciaPe) July 30, 2022
The tweets are also accompanied by profile photos with a design of Pedro at Leicester, in addition to tagging the English institution so that the Community Manager can see it. Obviously that does not mean that it will be achieved, but it is a fun technological revolution that has been taking place in this European transfer market. The fan wants to see another Peruvian in the Premier, after André Carrillo passed through Watford. The last national goalkeeper to play for British soil was Diego Penny at Burnley.
Gallese is not the only one. A few days ago, River Plate fans went further and tried to “convince” Cristiano Ronaldo to come to the Argentine club. With the hashtag #CR7ARiver, they made the campaign go viral. However, the Portuguese will stay one more season at Manchester United.
When it seemed that he was going to change clubs, Cristiano < /b>He agreed to stay with the 'Red Devils' despite not playing in the Champions League this season. The 'Bicho' could play this Sunday (10 a.m.) against Rayo Vallecano in a warm-up friendly.