Official Conmebol suspends the Libertadores Final

Official Conmebol suspends the Libertadores Final

first_imgAfter the shameful images coming from Buenos Aires, Conmebol finally decided to move the Copa Libertadores final for tomorrow.Things have turned incredibly dangerous for all the normal people who came to the Estadio Monumental to witness the Copa Libertadores final, a game that Conmebol decided to cancel because Boca Juniors isn’t psychologically able to play on Saturday.Without them knowing, there was a major battle between the Argentine hooligans and the local police from Buenos Aires that was the ultimate reason for the match to get suspended.Conmebol has announced that the match will take place on Sunday at 5 pm local time, but the incidents from this Saturday could push the federation to properly sanction the horde of fans who still can’t understand that football is not about violence.The biggest confusion came as skipper Pablo Perez was taken to the hospital with a nasty eye injury after the Boca bus was attacked by River fans, but his injuries weren’t able to get confirmed by Conmebol doctors and this is what eventually prolonged the agony as thousands of fans who were already inside the Monumental were waiting for hours.This video is insane. River fans see an opening to get inside the stadium and then my goodness… pic.twitter.com/M5DWSlq7nE— Miriti Murungi (@NutmegRadio) November 24, 2018With the physical condition of the skipper’s eye, as well as another two players from Boca Juniors, the players were adamant on the match getting postponed but FIFA and Conmebol started to make rash decisions and even pushing the game to be played.It was evident that the match needed to be suspended from the very moment in which the bus was attacked, making the whole situation go for longer than expected was the main reason why the fans outside the stadium were also able to create chaos and make things increasingly difficult.But the real complicated moments began right after the announcement was made, as the most difficult moments were about to start due to all the uncivilized fans who were outside the stadium were starting to create even more problems for the people who decided to attend the stadium.There was a moment right after the suspension was made official, in which many fans who didn’t have a ticket forced their entry to the Monumental Stadium and mobbed the police that was guarding that area. This is what unleashed the biggest chaos.Imágenes del escándalo en las intermediaciones del estadio Monumental | Seguinos por AM 910 pic.twitter.com/i5EWPwl1sURiver Plate v Boca Juniors - Copa CONMEBOL Libertadores 2018Match Preview: River Plate vs Boca Juniors Boro Tanchev – September 1, 2019 It is time for one of the most intense derby games in the world, as River Plate and Boca Juniors go head-to-head tonight at 22:00 (CET).— Radio La Red AM 910 (@radiolared) November 24, 2018With those fans inside the stadium, who are nothing more than criminals, the people on the inside got really scared and many refused to leave the premises until the situation got regulated.There were images of River president D’Onofrio talking to the press, when the corridor on the inside got mobbed and the connection was lost.There were many incidents reported during the following hours after the cancellation, a shameful display that reflects the reality of Argentinean football today.And finally, the most concerning incident happened outside of the stadium as River Plate announced that they were going to request for the fans to save their ticket in order to attend the match on Sunday.The criminals outside the stadium, were spotted robbing many fans off their tickets as they left the stadium just a few blocks away. Both presidents from both clubs say that the unruly fans were not that many, but the images on social media say otherwise.It’s a really sad day for football, stay tuned for more information on Sunday.Balas de goma se disparan a las afueras del Monumental pic.twitter.com/oFCQSwSRhQ— Goal Argentina (@GoalArgentina) November 24, 2018What should Conmebol do to act against the River Plate fans who spoiled the Copa Libertadores final this Saturday? Please share your opinion in the comment section down below.last_img

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