1- Article 8 of the Disciplinary Regulations of Conmebol
Mouth is aware that the standard addresses club responsibilities regarding what happens to fans and / or safety in the stadium and its surroundings before, during and after the games.
"1. Member Associations and clubs are responsible for the conduct of their players, officers, members, public, fans, as well as any other person who performs or can perform on their behalf any function during the preparations, organization or celebration of a football game, whether official or friendly.
2. Member Associations and clubs are responsible for security and order in and around the stadium, before, during and after the match of which they are hosts or organizers. This responsibility extends to all incidents of any nature that may occur and is therefore exposed to the imposition of disciplinary sanctions and to compliance with orders and instructions that may be adopted by judicial bodies. ".
2- The "Bug of the Fly" as a witness case
Fallo Mosca established jurisprudence and Boca used it as a direct antecedent. This point is directly linked to the first in relation to the responsibilities of clubs in similar situations. It happened in 1996, in a match between Lanús and Independiente. Hugo Mosca, the sender responsible for the transfer of the Clarín photographer to cover the game, was attacked near the stadium "granada" and lost 80% of the sight in his left eye from a stone thrown from a tribune outside where he was waiting for the end of the process.
"The football clubs and the Football Association of Argentina (AFA) are jointly and severally liable for damages suffered by those who attend a stadium, that is, they must compensate the people who suffer them," said the Supreme Court's ruling. Justice. . The letter warns that both the AFA and the club are responsible for what happened at the meeting and therefore had to compensate Hugo Mosca after a fight between supporters in the stands during the match.
3- The Superclass of the "pepper spray" and new documents with the aggression suffered in Monumental
Although there are several differences that mark one case and another, Boca will insist that he was disqualified from the Copa Libertadores for a similar event and will provide all the material with the aggressions received by the bus that was transferred to the squad.
In that sense, it will provide new videos, which show that the attack continued until the entrance of the Monumental stadium, defeating River's strategy that the incidents occurred outside the ring of security for which he is responsible. In addition, he will provide testimony from the driver of the bus and those in the ambulance that took Pablo Perez to the Otamendi Sanitarium and also received projectiles upon leaving the stadium.
The projectiles that received the micro of Boca when arrived at the Monumental stadium
Pepper gas played by a river fan for the micro of Boca on the way to Monumental
4- The historic sanction of Conmebol to Corinthians
The Disciplinary Tribunal had an unprecedented decision against the Brazilian club after fans of its institution attacked with an explosion and caused the death of a San Jose supporter in a disputed match in Bolivia. Although it was a match in visitor status, Corinthians received as a punishment that their home games are behind closed doors and many others without their audience. There was no disqualification here, but I play behind closed doors. In the Boca they understand that if the failure is unfavorable, the meeting in the Monumental stage would be impracticable.
5- The Disciplinary Tribunal, an independent body of Conmebol, and the consequent complaint to the TAS (Arbitral Tribunal of Sport)
In Boca do not analyze the position of Alejandro Dominguez, president of Conmebol, who on several occasions expressed his desire that the meeting be held. In his last letter, the president emphasized: "In Conmebol that I preside, football is not won with stones or aggression, it is won by the players on the court and more in South America with the quality of our players. fair play as vision in the field, in the stands, in the lead. " The leadership awaits the decision of the Court and a later appeal, if unfavorable. If this is maintained, they will resort to TAS.