Monday, September 26, 2022

CONMEBOL publishes a harsh report that complicates Velez after the events of his match with Talares

konmebol published a harsh report complicating the future of velez Following incidents by their fans against Talares in the first leg of the quarter-finals of the Copa Libertadores, which the Linears team won 3–2 at home last week.

Local fans attacked his teammates of Toleres who were in the stands, in some cases with serious injuries. There should have been no visiting bias, but “fortin” sold tickets to non-members and many cordovans traveled as “intruders” anyway.

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The problem is that Talares fans sang for their team before and during the game, thus ceased to be “neutral”,

The scandal led to Córdoba security officials banning 10,000 Velez fans who were due to attend the match at Mario Kemps Stadium next Wednesday, when many of them already had tickets.

The referee of the match, Colombian Wilmar Roldan, made a report strictly related to what happened on the field of play in file CL O-165-22, where he only mentioned that “the second half was delayed by a minute because of Velez”. It was delayed while going out on the pitch after the break.

What does the CONMEBOL report say

The party’s representative, Brazilian Valesca Fisterol de Araujo, was the one who explained what happened in the Velez stand, with the following detailed report:

“In the Upper South Stand” There was a dispute between the fans over the brawlWhich lasted from minute 55 to about 65. They informed me that the police refused to go into conflict to resolve the issue and that only private security was involved in resolving the conflict,” he said.

“Fans located in the popular northern grandstand, behind the Toleres team bench, threw glasses, lighters and bottles on the playing field to attack the opposing team and match officials in the final minutes of the match,” he said.

And he later elaborated that “one of the VAR in-round cameras was thrown from its site due to disturbances in the Upper South stalls. The camera was attached, tied to the platform. The camera shook because of the riots.” It did not fall due to being tied up. Then, the assistant could not enter to correct its position because access was blocked”.

“And the northern stalls demarcated the area for the people of CONMEBOL” Velez was captured by fans who insulted the guests”, closed the De Araujo report, which could lead to sanctions for the Linears club.

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