Cruzados’ president, Juan Tagle, also called out Gabriel Boric’s government and the Carabineros in the press conference after the suspended Universiade Classic. The head of Universidad Católica, like Universidad de Chile, expressed a desire to form a working group starting Tuesday to address the problem of violence in stadiums.
“I join the words of the President of U. What happened today is more serious, towards the goalkeeper of U was provoking from the beginning, of course, we all will speak out against the violence, we achieved nothing by merely condemning it, It’s repeating itself”Began pointing to the chairman of the UC.
“Situations of violence will be repeated, they have tried to take over football, to destroy it, if we do not act differently, this will keep happening, I’ve said it many times, we need carabineros inside the stadium. We need a concrete measure, we must reintroduce the police to the interior of the campus”, stressed Juan Tagle.
Cruzados’ president made a clarion call to the authorities: “I beg the Carabineros and the government to take a concrete measure because, with our equipment, which is with the private guards, we cannot stop these criminals. We have to take a concrete measure, we have to start this Tuesday But work has to be done so that it starts to change”.
Finally, he gave his opinion on evaluating points penalties for clubs that have incidents such as today. , My firm belief is: if we give criminals the possibility to change game results, it will be a fraternal battle between clubs to fight for points. I don’t intend to win points from this match. I insist, some clubs do not have equipment and if we are going to fight for sporting sanctions, we will not be united in the fight against violence.