Hundreds of Independiente fans gathered on Tuesday in front of the club’s headquarters in Avellaneda to sing and protest against the current management, following the resignation presented by Fabián Doman.
Through calls from social networks, supporters and members of ‘Rosso’ approached the building on Avenida Miter at 400 with the intention of expressing their dissent, after the removal of the head of the institution, which took place just 191 days after taking over the assignment.
Doman himself was the main target of the opposing chants, although Néstor Grindetti and Juan Marconi, his comrades in the triumvirate of vice presidents, were also recipients of the associate’s anger.
“(Daniel) Seoane-(Jorge) Damiani-(Cristian) Ritondo- (Fernando) Sciaccaluga. They are traitor mercenaries and Anti-Independiente: expulsion as members now”, was one of the flags that the Independiente fan raised in the march protest made today in Avellaneda.
“If they privatize us, we will go for their families”, reads another “rag” hung up by a dozen supporters, who suggested, and not on good terms, that the journalists who followed the procession move away from the front of the club’s headquarters.
To all this the sports manager Pablo Cavallerowho continues in his post, received a call from the Uruguayan environment Pablo Repetto, who told him that in the light of what happened “he will not be willing to accept the offer that was made to him a few days ago and for which he had given an initial positive response.
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