translated from Spanish: AFA and GCBA met to discuss public return to stadiums

Double joy for football fans: first, the news that Public TV will broadcast football again and, second, the attempts advance so that the courts have an audience again. This Thursday they met at the headquarters of the Argentine Football Association (AFA) leaders of the entity and authorities of the Government of the City of Buenos Aires (GCBA) in order to project the possible return of people to the stadiums.

Photo: AFA.

As reported through an official communiqué, vice-chief of government of the City, Diego Santilli, participated in this meeting; AFA President Claudio Tapia; River Plate President Rodolfo D’Onofrio; Boca Juniors general secretary Ricardo Rosica; the president of the Professional Football League and San Lorenzo, Marcelo Tinelli; Racing President Victor Blanco; Velez President Sergio Rapisarda; Hurricane President David Garzón and AFA prosesecretary Marcelo Achile.” The possible return of the public to the stadiums should accompany the vaccination plan developed by the National State and the development of face-to-face schooling,” they noted in the misiva, where they also indicated that, “in order to assess the progress made by the working groups”, the next meeting will be in a fortnight.

Original source in Spanish

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