The AFA has announced the suspension of the matches scheduled for this Friday following the decision of Alberto Fernández

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The AFA has announced the suspension of the matches scheduled for this Friday following the decision of Alberto Fernández

Chiqui Tapia with Alberto Fernández. Photo: Presidency.

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This was announced by the Argentine Football Association in the first minutes of Friday “all scheduled matches” for the day they stayed “suspended”after the message of the president Alberto Fernández who decreed a national holiday, based on what happened with the vice president Cristina Kirchner.

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In addition, in the statement he called the body led by Claudio Chiqui Tapia “to society as a whole, warning that violence of any order is never the way”.

Which parties were affected?

Pending the readjustment of the 17th date of the Men’s Professional League, three games were scheduled for this Friday that will have to be rescheduled: Board of Trustees – Santa Fe Union; Rosario Central – Cordoba Laboratories; Y Lano – Tiger.

There were also two duels from the Women’s First Division (UAI Urquiza-Huracán and San Lorenzo-Estudiantes de Buenos Aires), four from the Men’s Reserve and one from Federal A (Crucero del Norte – Unión de Sunchales).

Futsal, lower divisions and children matches have also been scheduled.

Source: Clarin

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