The decision is different. It is disruptive, at least for what we are used to in Argentine football. The same Jorge Brito, who expressed himself against giving the drums to the bars to avoid legitimizing them, now decided to make official through a club statement a move that fuels the debate. That is positive if it is a question of alienating the barrabravas who have businesses, are supported by politicians and have lived with sports leaders for many years.
Surely in Núñez, beyond the firm intentions, it is not easy to nip the roots with the brave bar, be it Los Borrachos del Tablón or dissident groups. Throughout recent history, much blood has been shed and there have been many inmates that have resulted in deaths. Also an unprecedented request from a few to return to the stands. But this official step, which is not just words, is important in this anti-violence line. Why? Because it is about the party being genuine fans, those who contribute month after month by providing the mango. Of those who put on the real shirt. The time has come to try other formulas, even though some supporters may find the initiative of this official band naive and warn about the possible folk loads of fans of other clubs.
Even so, this movement of encouragement looks positive and ambitious. Or does anyone believe that fans at heart cannot cheer and sing with the intensity of those who have always done it for business and power, whether or not they are fans? Keeping drums and party supplies legally in the stadium is a responsible move. As if it were known in the club who will be in the Sívori Baja with those drums. But you have to protect them. Anything for the real fan is welcome. To win, you always have to take risks. And the move is worth it.
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