More feared, organizers have decided that the replacement Copa Libertadores final between Argentine rivals River Plate and Boca Juniors should be played in another country.
The second foot of the final – the largest game in # 39; South American football football – Saturday had to be recorded (Sunday NZT) when bus drivers were attacked by Boca Juniors at the River Plate Stadium and at least six players injured.
South American footballers led Conmebol announced on Tuesday (Wednesday NZT) that the game will be saved on December 8 or 9 will be played outside Argentina, although a new venus will still be fastened.
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The decision must still be resolved by the disciplinary committee of the football team and the president of Boca Daniel Angelici said he was "needed" all the way to the Court of Arbitration Court.
"We do not accept playing games until the court decides and we are not even aware that these dates are set, because we are not ready to finally find it," he said to the meeting at headquarters of Conmebol.
The finals of Copa Libertadores between Boca Juniors and River Plate are now replaced by violence.
Miami is like a possible host for the game, while Paraguay and Brazil are also offered to consider the highest expectation there between the Argentine rival.
River Plate President Rodolfo D Onofrio said his club should not be blamed for the attack.
"We have to play this game, the river is not guilty about what happened, the security system failed," he told Radio La Red of Buenos Aires.
Onofrio also disagrees with Conmebol's decision to rely on the right to hold the final at the Monumental Stadium.
"It may not be that a River-Boca will not be played [there] To some people cause disaster, "he said.
The two-week expectations give you time to recover Boca players from injuries that resulted when their bus was attacked.
The river of rocks rocks rocks, boulders and wood on the river. the bus, and various windows.
Boca captain Pablo Perez was injured in one eye, while others were used by the few gas and pepper spray by police to disperse the river fans.
River Plate fans in Argentina receive match reports such as Boca Juniors players injured in bus attack.
Conmebol chairman Alejandro Dominguez said "the conditions to play in Argentina are not right".
"Football is not violent, it is decided with goals," he said.
"Football is not what we have seen on the weekend, which is a disease that needs you."