May 17, 2022

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Alloytes settle in the Trois-Rivieres

Alloytes settle in the Trois-Rivieres

It settles with the Montreal Aloyts wanting to expand their fan base in Trois-Rivieres starting in mid-May for their next training camp.

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“We want to be a provincial team and for us, this is a definite gesture we are taking,” Aloysius president Mario Sechini told a news conference in Segep de Trois on Thursday. -Reverse.

The reflection began in January 2020, when Mr. Sechini took over as General Manager Danny Maciosia at the same time. Although the COVID-19 pandemic has slowed the Alouettes’ plan, the company continues to aim to bring the Cubans around a single professional football club.

“We want to have supporters everywhere in Quebec, to provide as many ratings on television as there are on radio, and to sell more tickets to people outside of Montreal. . The goal is to capture the territory. Yes, it’s Montreal alloys, but we belong to the whole of Quebec.

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Certainly, we chose Trois-Rivieres as our home for the camp, which will take place in Stade Diablos from May 15 to June 2. For the past five years, the Allies have not left Montreal to prepare for their season.

“We felt we wanted so much, we were seduced by the enthusiasm shown,” Mr Sechi explained, appreciating the facilities at Sెgప్p de Trois-Rivieres.

Mayor Jean Lamar specially attended the press conference …