For six years Boca's day of fans is marked on 12 December (12/12). This time it came to a certain time. There is no more than one week of the most difficult war in recent times against classical competitors and her; final of the Libertadores Cup. But the supporters left a little welcome for themselves among so many sadies.
For them there was a very special welcome: Juan Román Riquelme and Carlos Bianchi They have notified their video supporters posted on the Instagram account of journalist Claudio Freire.
It's the highest idol and the most successful coach in the station's history was not; He was the only ones who gave a few words to the fans. Some of the herring players, who chose them calmly after falling on Sunday against the River, were exhibited through social networks to welcome the audience.
"They filled the field to see the training and the streets to watch quietly on our journey to Madrid, in debt not to achieve the goal, but with more love than ever for the shirt and those colors! # VamosBoca, "wrote it Darío Benedetto.
(Instagram: Darío Benedetto)
"I want to take this 12/12 to welcome them and thank them for their non-supportive love with which they are always with us, we did not stop their year As we wanted and it's still hard to get back, we're in debt, we all gave everything and we did not reach it. "Replot. #FelizDiaDelHinchaDeBoca", he welcomed the skipper Pablo Pérez.
"It's time to thank player number 12, there is enough word for those who believed in this unsuccessful dream but that's still alive … thanks for so much support and love, I wish to continue to protect those colors, thank all my colleagues who helped me grow as a football player and someone which I always carry ⚽️? @bocajrsoficial ?⚽️ the most beautiful thing to protect the # colors??? ", said Edwin Cardona on his Instagram.
At the same time, the Bolivian watchman Carlos Lampe He also made words for Boca fans. "This 12/12 wishes to congratulate everyone who supports Boca and I am grateful to the hottest, All the signs of love and encouragement. I saw them fill the streets before they went to Monumental and Madrid, I saw them packing their bombarders in training, deciding, "he put posted on Twitter.
Cristian Pavón Another one of those who talk about social networks: "The truth is that I do not have words to thank everyone who has helped me, it's hard to come to end like this, I know we've left everything! "