NS flamingo He again issued a note informing him that he would not participate in the Technical Board of the Series A of BrazilianClubs meeting with the Brazilian Confederation to decide, in the case of the day (28), regarding the return of the public to the stadiums or not.
The Robro-Negro had already missed the meeting that took place 20 days ago and reiterated the understanding that “it is not for the clubs collectively or the Brazilian Football Confederation to decide on the return of the fans to the stadiums.” The FL Board of Directors also indicated that it “would not participate in the meeting for not adopting contradictory behavior in relation to the position it has always advocated.”
The club’s argument is that it is only up to the authorities to determine whether or not the fans will return to the stadiums. He added, “Flamingo does not abandon the struggle for the rights of fans of all clubs to return safely to the stadiums as soon as the competent authorities release the public from attending.”
Without Flamengo, the other 19 clubs will deliberate on the matter, which has gained relevant elements in recent days, as all arenas have received the approval of the authorities to place fans in stadiums, with the exception of Salvador, where Bahia plays.
The clubs are evaluating whether to keep the agreement signed at the beginning of the month, To allow the masses if the 100% guarantee of cities. Bahia, for example, is against being abandoned.
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