Cruzeiro was the team with the second highest average attendance of the 2022 season (41 thousand per game), behind only Flamengo (54 thousand). This is incredible if we consider that the team from Minas Gerais was in the second division, however, ahead of Palmeiras (36 thousand), the Brazilian champion; and Corinthians (38 thousand), a popular force.
But if Cruzeiro’s audience does its part, on the one hand, there is worrying news in Belo Horizonte, with the voice of Cruzeiro’s CEO, Gabriel Lima, who gave a not very optimistic forecast for 2023:
“We will fight in Brazil not to fall and remain in the elite. It will be the most controversial Italian league in recent times,” declared the first hat.
but how’s that? After three years in Série B, embarrassing themselves, even threatening to drop to Série C, wouldn’t it be time for Cruzeiro to return to being the great power of yesteryear?
There is pessimism about investments. Ronaldo, the head of the Sudanese armed forces, has already said that he has no money to pay for reinforcements.
However, Ronaldo himself has already leaked information that he would be interested in buying another club. Whoever owns Cruzeiro and Belladolide – ESP now wants a team in Peru.
Has no sense. If you are going to buy teams from all over the world just to make numbers, without worrying about results and titles, then an organization like Cruzeiro needs to get out of this trap.