Feeling more fans' fights, organizers have decided to complete their & # 39; Copa Libertadores final between Argentine River River opponents and Boca Juniors in another country.
The second leg of the final – the biggest football match in South America – was cited on Saturday (Sunday NZT) when the bus that traveled to visitors Boca Juniors attacked the route to the River Plate stadium and at least six players injured.
Conmebol, the South American football regulator on Tuesday (Wednesday NZT) said the game will now be played outside Argentina on December 8 or 9, although a new place is still to be confirmed.
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A decision still has not been determined by the disciplinary committee at a poker group, and the head of the party said; Boca's club, Daniel Angelici, will make an appeal to the Church for Sport court "if necessary."
"We can not play any game until the court decides and we do not agree that those dates have been established because we are not ready to play a final finish," he said after & # 39; meeting at the Conmebol headquarters.
The Copa Libertadores final between Boca Juniors and River Plate was later completed after fans' violence.
Miami has been created as a host host for a game, and Paraguay and Brazil have also been on their way. offering an increase in the intense struggle expected between the Argentinian competitors.
President of River Plate, Rodolfo D 'Onofrio, said that he would not be blamed for his club for the attack.
"We need to play this game. A river is not guilty of what happened, the security system failed," said La Red de Buenos Aires radio.
Onofrio 's agreement also agreed with Conmebol's decision to invade the River. right to keep her final at the Monumental stop.
"Can not play the River Boca [there] because some people were causing an accident, "he said.
A two-week delay delayed Boca players recovering from the injuries suffered during the attack when they were attacked. their bus.
The river followers placed rocks, bottles and wood at their bus, and breaking several windows.
The captain of Boca Pablo Perez was injured in one eye, while others were donated by rare gas and pepper spores that the police would use to spread the River fans.
River Plate fans in Argentina can eliminate games like Juniors's wound in bush attack.
President Conmebol, Alejandro Dominguez, said "the conditions do not play in Argentina".
"It's not about football violence, it's determined with aims," he said.
"It's not a football we've seen on the weekend. It's a disease that needs to be erased."