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This article's nostalgic look at the amateur era of fútbol in Argentina is also a rebuke of the current state of professional fútbol and the level of violence at stadiums.
These four teams are cited as having insufficiently safe stadiums to hold the number of spectators they receive on a regular basis. AFA is working with stat officials to improve stadium conditions.
The main article chastises club and city officials for not taking stadium security seriously until a tragedy occurs. Another article looks at the effect of new stadium investigations on Ferro Oeste.
The interventor at AFA (Valentín Suárez) suggests that fútbol clubs and police will work together to ensure greater vigilance at stadiums.
Film existed of the attack. It showed who attacked him, and who participated even indirectly. The faces of the assassins were captured and they were later identified. Some suspects were merely arrested for interrogation, but it was unknown how many…
This report mostly focuses on the Celtic reaction to the injury to Ronnie Simpson, not so much on the physical aspects of the match. For their part, Argentine journalists immediately shift to the third game, while Foreign press accounts, such as “A…
Even after the tragedy of Puerta 12, club officials still sell more tickets than seats…causing mass confusion and overcrowding that has been shown to be unsafe for spectators.
The point of this article is to show that even in Italy fans are capable of barbárie
A useful overview of some of the problems in Argentinean soccer Panzeri characterizers "reformers" as people who always look towards Europe for answers He also believes that fundamental changes will not occur because professional soccer was born with…
Security is still lacking at stadiums, as evidenced by a seocnd consecutive week of pitch invasions that could have resulted in injuries to fans and players The author asks whether laws have any meanings left?
Although no direct connection can be made between these youth and what would later become more organized barras brava, it is interesting to see that the danger in accessing a soccer field so easily became a concern for journalists What would stop 12…
The death of Mario Linker, although not the first in Argentine fútbol, was widely reported in the press. As a consequence, politicians became involved to demonstrate their ability to quell violence at the stadiums (but more likely this was just…
The legislature formally requests the executive branch to explain what it is doing to prevent stadium violence, and specifically if the limiting of police officers exacerbates the situation.
Different overview of Puerta 12 than found in other sports magazines.
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