The images worry.
And even more so because it is not the first time they have seen each other in children's soccer matches.
Insults, bullfights, pineapples and kicks.
This accumulation of violence was part of a pitched battle between a group of excited parents of 7-year-old boys who were playing a game on a field in Villa Luzuriaga, La Matanza district.
The Malvinas Argentinas Neighborhood Association, located in Rivera Indarte at 300, officiated as the neutral headquarters and ceded the field so that this Tuesday
Julio Argentino Roca from La Tablada and Bernardino Rivadavia from Haedo
will face each other , in a match corresponding to the semifinals of the Copa de Champions of the Argentine Baby Soccer League.
Everything was going well until the last meeting of the day, where at night the
were crossed .
When the game ended, a brutal fight broke out between parents and relatives of the children who were left in the midst of screaming, pineapples and kicks.
Although the causes that generated the conflict were not clarified,
there are different versions.
Some witnesses spoke of how it all started when one father hit another and his son reacted so the fight broke out.
Others say that the violence escalated when one of the parents hit two children, while there are those who point to a "bad performance" by the referee that would have exacerbated the spirits.
The truth is that in different videos published on social networks you can see how dozens of people were involved in the fight, while other groups argued in different sectors of the field.
In the recordings, there are also several minors stunned by the situation experienced.
"It was a strong tumult
"It was a strong tumult
," explained Marcelo, a leader of the club that gave up the field.
"We had nothing to do with it. The game ended and they caught punches between parents," he added in dialogue with
Although he said that a situation of this magnitude never occurred in the Malvinas, he warned that it is not the first time that parents have been involved in children's soccer.
"It always happened in the baby, it's not from now, life has been like that. With the issue of the pandemic, people are a little more taken out, crazier. Parents come to unload here, inside the field. With their kids and with the referees too. Sometimes they also take it out on them and they have nothing to do with it," he warned.
When asked about a version that gave a boy injured during the fight, he said that he was not aware that there were any injuries.
In this sense, the Argentine Baby Soccer League issued a statement where it did not explain the situation on time, but regretted what happened and warned that it had already taken action on the matter.
"We want to make it clear that the Argentine League always tries to eradicate the violent from the boys' game, that the violent minority
always continues without understanding
that the protagonists of Baby Soccer are the players and we will continue from our side trying to eradicate and banish them from the fields" they reported.
We cannot alone
, it is a joint effort between the leaders of the League, the leaders of the institutions and the families of the boys to inform, comply with and enforce the minimum standards of coexistence on a children's soccer field," they added.
In addition, they remarked that "
a resolution will be taken
taking into account all the available material and the reports of all those involved."
We are not a State power
, nor do we have the power to interfere in the decisions of the institutions about who the leaders in charge are or with whom they feel represented, but have no doubt that we always try to get to the truth of the facts and we never the pulse has trembled to take exemplary and exemplary sanctions", concludes the text.
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