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Special shirt for Lolo Regueiro: Gimnasia’s strong message before the match with Banfield

The Lobo players remember the fan who passed away last Thursday. “They were not incidents, it was repression”, they expressed, pointing against the Police for the chaos that was experienced in the Forest.

Gimnasia de La Plata faces Banfield at Florencio Sola: he returns to play amid the commotion over the death of César Regueiro, who died amid serious incidents and police repression in the Forest in the suspended match with Boca. And, before the meeting, the players went out to the playing field with a special shirt, with a strong message…

“They were not incidents, it was repression. Strength, Tripero people. Always strong, always united”was the message in the clothing of the footballers of the Wolf.

The special Gymnastics shirt for the death of César Regueiro

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The special Gymnastics shirt for the death of César Regueiro

In turn, as in all Argentine soccer games this weekend, a minute of silence was held in memory of the deceased fan. And, once again, from the tribune they pointed against the Police. “He who does not jump is a button”, Banfield fans sang.

The minute of silence in Banfield vs Gimnasia by César Regueiro

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The minute of silence in Banfield vs Gimnasia by César Regueiro

The resumption of Gymnastics vs. Boca, with a date confirmed by the Professional League

Minutes after the suspension, the person in charge of APREVIDE, Eduardo Aparicio, said that “in no way will the match be played” the next day. As a result of this, the speculations began and finally the Professional League reported through social networks that the corresponding duel between Gimnasia and Boca to date 23 will resume on Wednesday, October 19, with venue and time to be confirmed.

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