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Club Querétaro could move to Sinaloa

After the violent riots that emerged at the Corregidora stadium on matchday 9 of Liga MX, the team was forced to relocate before the end of the year.

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Club Querétaro could move to Sinaloa

Last week it was confirmed by Liga MX President Mikel Arriola that Club Querétaro is up for sale and the current owners will be banned for five years and accept the offer before the end of the year. According to multiple reports, it is expected that the franchise will leave the city to move to another state.

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It is expected that the current owners of Querétaro will hold a meeting with the governor of Sinaloa, Rubén Rocha, regarding the future of the franchise. “I would agree for them to move here and I talked to the owners about bringing the team to Sinaloa, Culiacán. So we will get together and talk more about it,” said Rocha during a press conference.

This will mean that the city of Querétaro will take a financial hit because it won’t have the Liga MX franchise playing two tournaments a year. Currently they continue playing there but behind closed doors for the remainder of the campaign and the supporters’ group are banned for three years.

Querétaro sits in 16th place in the table with a record of one win, five draws and four defeats for a total of eight points. They will return to action on 17 March when they play against Atlético San Luis on matchday 11 of the 2022 Clausura tournament and they will play at Morelos stadium instead of the Corregidora.


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