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At Azul Azul, after flaring up to Martín Parra, they are blunt: ‘We have to finish the game’



Azul Azul president Michael Clark has called for an end to the match, expressing anger at the sonic trauma suffered by Blue Box goalkeeper Martín Parra.

Azul Azul president Michael Clarke has expressed outrage over the acoustic trauma suffered by Blue Box goalkeeper Martín Parra after the UC baristas fired firecrackers into the field at Valparaiso’s Elias Figueroa stadium.

The incident occurred 4 minutes after opening the crossbox account. In light of this fact, the match was suspended by referee Felipe González and the decision of the ANFP authorities.

“This match must end. It should have been played behind closed doors. We will act with all the rigor of the law,” said the University of Chile’s supreme leader.

“Martin Parra has suffered a severe hearing injury. As a club, we believe what has happened is the most serious,” he added.

Similarly, Clark pointed out: Our bars work incredibly well and treat us with the tip of our shoes.

“We’re playing something very important. There’s nothing more serious than a player getting injured. We can’t stop the violence unless we give the sign,” he added.

Finally, the blue helmsman agreed that the duel had to end, punishing UC and sending them to the semi-finals of the Chilean Cup.

“Some Catolica players insulted us for going to the locker room. There was no minimum guarantee. You can’t win at any cost (…) in that situation (the barista’s intrusion) cannot be compared to this.

Source: Biobiochile

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