Boca received the authorization of the Bombonera but no more fans will enter

A few hours before Boca receives Platense for the fourth date of the Professional League, La Bombonera received authorization from judge Rodolfo Clerici to receive public in the Upper South Stand, but from the club clarified that they will not add more fans. After the grandstand is closed after the first date against Atletico Tucumán by the Prosecutor’s Office specialized in Mass Events, a new inspection was carried out on Friday and on Saturday the judge issued a ruling in which he maintained the disqualification of the third tray. However, from the Football Safety Committee of CABA they sent the technical reports that were claimed to determine that everything is in condition and had guarantees of structural stability and there was no risk of collapse. The Government Control Agency, through the Stadium Execution Unit, maintained that the conditions are in place for the closure to be lifted and later the judge gave the go-ahead. “Lift the preventive closure measure of the Upper South Stand, of the Boca Juniors Athletic Club, (…) being in charge of the prosecutor’s office the obligation to dispose of everything when necessary to comply with the judicial order, “he decreed in the resolution. In addition, it was determined that this sector of La Bombonera will be able to receive 2950 people, and not the five thousand capacity. In this way, they must notify periodically the number of fans who attend that sector. Boca’s statementThis Sunday, in the preview of the match that our club will play against Platense, the prosecutor’s office of Massive Events of the Public Prosecutor’s Office of the city of Buenos Aires lifted the closure that weighed on the third tray of the Bombonera.We regret that, once again, these judicial decisions are taken within hours of the meeting.Due to this conditioning factor and for operational reasons, Boca Juniors will maintain the conditions of public access that it had reported during the week (attendance at 13 of the last 16 home matches).

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