Rafael Di Zeo, leader of Bocino's brave bar, yesterday decided he would not travel to Spain since being deported when he arrived in that country, according to his attorney. NA agency advisor on whether his client will see a match against the river, José Monteleone pointed out that he was staying in Argentina. The lawyer said earlier: "I have warned my client that, like Maxi (Mazzaro), he can also be deported to him. It is your decision now." In the last hours, the Spanish and Argentine security authorities agreed in writing that any person considered disadvantageous for sporting events may be deported on the basis of the regulations of the Sports Violence Council in Europe.
Di Zeo has been given permission from Judge Sabrina Namer to leave the country, although this will not happen. Mazzaro, the leader of the dissident bar, was postponed at the Barajas Airport and will be sent to Argentina in the next few hours on a flight from Iberia. As indicated in the Dialogue with TN Serafín Geraldo, spokesman of the federal union of police in the iberian country, "it is impossible to enter Spain with a situation that is not a precedent. If they do not admit the entrance to the stadium at the airport, they will be deported." " because he has not met any of the requests for entry, and if he does not meet the requirements, he will be deported, "he told Mazzaro.
In addition, he commented: "My colleagues have to request a list of inadmissible, if a person has problems with the Spanish authorities or if they are banned from entering the stadium."