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Jean Ferrari condemns acts of vandalism against the University stadium: “We will not allow the Monumental to be mistreated”

Lima, November 18, 2021Updated on 11/18/2021 12:52 pm

Last Wednesday night a group of vandals attacked the exteriors of the Monumental University Stadium. Images are circulating on social networks that showed the barristas hanging around the house of the ‘creams’. Likewise, these people wore clothes and other objectives alluding to Alianza Lima.

Through his Twitter account, the administrator of the ‘U’, Jean Ferrari, regretted these actions and also attached images of cream fans erasing the paint from the venue.

“We will not allow the Monumental to be mistreated. Thanks to all those who collaborated, very early, erasing the paintings that were made yesterday, acts of vandalism that we deplore. My appreciation to the National Police of Peru that prevented these violent acts from being greater than those registered “, wrote.

El Comercio learned that, in the face of the vandalism, members of the serenazgo of the Ate Vitarte district arrived at the Monumental Stadium to urge (through the use of loudspeakers) the blue and white barristas to leave the place. Likewise, police officers attended the colossus to protect the colossus of the ‘creams’.

Violent events in Lolo Fernández

The first week of November there was an incident at the Lolo Fernández Stadium, also a Sports University. During the development of a sporting event, which the club did not organize, violent acts took place that, fortunately, did not leave fatalities or seriously injured.

In this sense, the administration of the ‘U’ indicated that, as of this date, “any type of activity that is not related to the development of our minor divisions and soccer schools will be suspended. The headquarters will be for the exclusive use of our minors ”.

Finally, the statement said that they will look for those responsible and punish those involved in the personnel; and, the club completed the same stating that they reject “categorically any act of violence, even more so, when people’s lives are put at risk.”


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