Friday , March 5 2021

The final between Boca and Afon will be played outside Argentina

Asunción.- Conmebol decided on Tuesday that the Libertadores Cup final between River Plate and Boca Juniors will be played outside Argentina after the serious incidents of violence registered before the weekend second leg.

The game between the bitter Argentine competitors would be played between December 8 and 9 in a definitive location definitively, but it is subject to a ruling by a disciplinary commission of a governing body of a ball- South American football.

The Conmebol opened a disciplinary file against the River for the attack that Boca players suffered on Saturday when they reached their competitor's stadium.

The bus that moved to the Boca campus was white with stones and other projects by a group of Afon supporters, just blocks from the Monumental stadium. The captain and midfielder Pablo Pérez had suffered cuts in the arms and injured the eye.

Boca asked to disqualify the River and be announced as a champion.

“ The game will be played, if played, because it is subject to disciplinary decision, outside Argentina territory, & # 39; Conmebol president Alejandro Domínguez told reporters. “ The conditions for play in Argentina are not in place. `

Dominguez spoke after meeting with the Boca and Afon presidents at the Conmebol headquarters, which is on the outskirts of Asunción.

Daniel Angelici, president of Boca, and Rodolfo D 'Onofrio, River owner, did not give statements after the meeting.

“ Football is not a violence. I'll solve it with goals, "said Dominguez, who did not accept questions.

Following the injuries suffered by many Boca players, Conmebol had to defer the definition.

It was mentioned that Paraguay, Brazil and Italy stadiums could hold the second leg. Boca and Afon 2-2 in the first leg that played two weeks ago, and was suspended one day but due to stormy storms that affected the Bombonera playground.

In his statement, the Conmebol said that “ will be responsible for travel, accommodation, food and internal transfer costs of up to 40 people per delegation and will establish security co-ordination with the equivalent authorities'.

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