While Boca moves with a large market of passes, the news is not all good in Brandsen 805 with the confirmation of a new statement from Conmebol where the club’s appeal is rejected to review the sanctions to the protagonists of the pitched battle in the Mineirao.For that situation, and with different sanctions, Raul Cascini, Marcelo Delgado (Football Council), Leandro Somoza, Fernando Gayoso (Coaching Staff), Diego Gonzalez, Sebastian Villa, Cristian Pavón, Javier Garcia, Carlos Izquierdoz and Marcos Rojo (players) are implicated. According to the official report, the South American entity decided “TO REJECT the appeal filed by Club Atlético Boca Juniors against the Decision issued by the CONMEBOL Disciplinary Commission on October 8, 2021, and notified of its grounds on November 26, 2021.”
In this way, they said that there is still “an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (TAD), in accordance with Article 57 of the CONMEBOL Disciplinary Code within twenty-one calendar days from the day following the notification” something that perhaps Boca will not attend thinking about the immediacy with which the contest begins. From this situation, the club will not be able to count on several players in the group stage of the Copa Libertadors 2022. There, Sebastián Villa and Cristian Pavón suffered six dates of suspension and are followed by Marcos Rojo with five, Carlos Izquierdoz with four, Diego González with three and Javier García with two. On the other hand, the toughest weigh on the leaders Raúl Cascini and Marcelo Delgado, who were part of the pitched battle, applied two years of ban on access to the stadiums in competitions organized by CONMEBOL.