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Last weekend he took out the final of the Libertadores Cup in Brazil between Boca Juniors and FluminenseHowever, for fans of the Argentine team things were not pleasant at all, as some could not even see them since They were denied access to the stadium.
Due to the poor organization and the disturbances that arose prior to the match, it was reported that thousands of fans were repressed and the authorities denied them access to the stadium even though they had a ticket to see the game.
One of the cases that stood out the most was that of Mauro Oriolo follower of Boca Junior He says that he had to ask his mother-in-law for the card to be able to pay for the trip to Brazil and the tickets to the match, since it was a dream to be able to attend the final.
In an interview he offered to Clarín, he talked about his experience and mentioned that he arrived at the stadium hours before but The authorities were not allowing entryAfter a while the fans managed to open up, but in the end Mauro was one of those who did not manage to pass the last filter.
“Everything was overflowing, as was logical. I arrived at a checkpoint where they scanned my entrance QR code, they patted me down and I passed… But when I was reaching the next door, which was the last one, “I saw a lot of people coming back because they were being shot with gas and bullets.”
Likewise, Oriolo expressed that he thought sue Conmebol so that they would return all the money he spent to be able to attend the final but in the end due to poor organization he could not enter.
“My idea is to sue Conmebol for moral and economic damages for what happened to me, I want to recover all the expenses I had. I went to see a match, I bought the ticket, they repressed me, and they did the same to older people, women, little ones. This can’t stay like this.”