After the tough defeat against Colon de Santa Fe at the Bombonera, the Boca Juniors barra brava shared the image of a parade with a strong message against Xeneize players.
“Players, don’t disrespect the Boca shirt“, says the sign that was placed at Casa Amarilla.
The intimidating message towards the players of the squad was published by the official Instagram site of the 12 “Los dueños de la historia”, after the 2-1 defeat of Mariano Herrón’s team against Sabalero.
the message it’s not random. Beyond the weak performance of Boca against – until this Sunday – bottom of the standings, the intimidation goes hand in hand with the return to the Bombonera of two historic bars after six years of proscription: Mauro Martín and Rafael Di Zeo, who this Sunday have been shown in command of the “12”.
Drop the right of admission, both bars said they were present at the Bombonera and took care of spreading their presence on all social networks. They’ve even uploaded videos of themselves showing themselves in front of fans on avalanche barriers. That account is managed by Raphael Di Zeo.
In the country, Both bars have not reported being present at a Boca match since April 2017. There was a provision that banned Di Zeo, Martín and 126 other Boca bars from entering Argentine football fields. At the time, the restriction lasted for two years, but in 2019 it was renewed for another four, until 2023.
However, they had already been seen a short time ago inside a stadium. It was when Boca and Racing set up the International Super Cup in Abu Dhabi on January 20th.
Just under two weeks ago Di Zeo had already announced his return with great fanfare. He was on a radio show where he chided that “some Boca players were ‘going out a lot'”.
“This team does not lift their feet off the ground. Not all, some. There is someone who goes out a lot. They go out, ask for hidden tables, but we know everything. Someone always calls you and tells you” Di Zeo said in another intimidating message to some team members.
This Monday, Jorge Almirón pulverized all kinds of speculation that occurred during the past week and took over the reins of a battered team. Of course, he also has to deal with a fierce interior in the stands.
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