Tevez: "We thank Spain, but it's sad not to play in Argentina, it was unfortunate"
Boca Juniors Argentine striker Carlos Tevez said after his first training in Madrid ahead of the final of the Copa Libertadores on Sunday at the Santiago Bernabéu,
Concern for the support of the Spanish ultras to the wild bars of River and Boca
The police return to Argentina a ringleader of the white bars of Boca
Boca Juniors Argentine forward Carlos Tevez said after his first training in Madrid ahead of the final of the Copa Libertadores on Sunday at the Santiago Bernabéu , they are "grateful to Spain" for hosting the match although it is "sad not to play" in Argentina .
"The truth is that we are always grateful to Spain because it always receives us very well, we are happy because we played Spain and not another country, and it was a bit sad, a little sad not to be playing this final in our country. players we have earned the right to play in our country the final and they have taken us out of here, "said the Argentine striker.
Tévez, who attended the media after the first training of Boca Juniors in Madrid, in the City of Soccer of Las Rozas of the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), reiterated his thanks to Spain for receiving this round of the final , suspended for the incidents of November 25 in Buenos Aires, when they stoned the bus to Boca del Monumental.
"Thank the people of Spain for receiving us, for having this quilombo on this side and receiving us in this way, grateful," he added.
The 'Apache' did not disguise his displeasure for having to dispute the final of the Copa Libertadores de América in Europe due to the riots.
"First the respect to the Spaniards, but afterwards I already said, I thought that the most donkey in history was me, but these boys won me", he said about the decision of the Conmebol to take the match out of Argentina.
Asked about the arrival of radical fans or bullies to Madrid as Rafael Di Zeo, whose trip was authorized, Tevez recalled that the Spanish National Police has returned to another leader of the radical fans, Maxi Mazzaro.
"They told me they grabbed a couple of bars, the example given by Spain for these things is very important, I think we need a bit too, it is important that you set the example and we take it", he concluded.
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