Last hours, the Llaneros de Villavicencio club announced four players' link, including Colombia's "three old associates." Menwith whom they look forward to fighting for promotion in the second half of 2021. It is César Amaya, Juan Camilo Pérez and Carlos Rivas who come to seek consistency and prominence.
Llaneros was the first to stand up for the transition season, after leaving the group for the Betplay tournaments at home in the final race. The aim is to reach the first tier at the end of the year, and he will want to create a team that combines experience and youth, and therefore has chosen to support these three footballers.
César Amaya, a 30-year-old defender, was born in the first half of the year in Deportivo Pastobut he failed to consolidate and he had no play. He played for Cortuluá in 2020. He has been a part of clubs like Deportivo Cali, where he has made his debut and was five times; he has been a scorer in Bucaramanga and promoted in 2015. Other squads he went through are Tolima, Águilas and Once Caldas. Add two names, each with bowls of sugar. Since 2019, the 35-year-old defender Juan Camilo Perez has been playing with Boyacá Chicó and decided to seek fresh air after team B dropping. He adds a large-scale tour of Colombia's footballwith teams like Nacional, América, Pereira, Envigado, Pasto, etc. He recorded four titles, three with Nacional and one with America and promoted them in 2016. Finally, a 27-year-old Carlos Rivas, who has been without a coach since December 2020. His last club was Deportivo Cuenca, from Ecuador. After 9 months, he arrived in October. For Once Caldas, Deportivo Cali, Atlético Nacional and Orlando City and New York Red Bulls, he's played in the MLS for Colombia. He has had a footballstint in Israel.