The "Xeneizes" insist on claiming for the final victory against the "Millionaires" due to the aggression suffered by the bus that moved to the establishment at the Monumental.
The Copa Libertadores Superfinal between River Plate and Boca Juniors is still playing off the track. After the aggression suffered by the "Xeneizes" bus on its way to the Monumental on November 24, the Conmebol decided to suspend the final lap. Days later the main body of South American football reprogrammed the duel on December 9 in Madrid.
Mouth made a formal claim so that the final was not disputed and the title of champion was given. However, the Conmebol Disciplinary Court and later the Chamber of Appeals of the South American Confederation rejected the "Xeneizes" lawsuit.
After these negative ones, the leadership of Boca went to the TAS to suspend the final to the Santiago Bernabéu. 24 hours away from the match against River, the international body based in Switzerland He denied the order of the "Xeneizes" and had to play the final.
But that did not end there. According to the Argentine media "Doble Amarilla", In mid-January Boca made "formal presentations before the Superior Arbitration Court (TAS) to demand that they be given the title of Libertadores Cup 2018 won at the track (at the Santiago Bernabéu) by River. The presentations made in the last Days have to do with supportive argumentation about the fund claim. "
They could do this, since the ruling before the game in Madrid said that the bottom line is not resolved (the points) and that the process will remain open unless Boca decides to cancel it.
In this way, Mouth is determined to win the Libertadores 2018 final by secretary. This decision caused tense discussions in the leadership, since Some think that winning in the offices is to keep going to a final that was lost with River on the track and show a "worthless role" as reported by "Yellow Dual". The other managerial sector believes that there are followers of Boca who want to keep claiming.
What will happen The TAS could give its sentence for up to six more months.