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The great pain of the fans of the river: "They sold my dream for Europe" – 12.02.2013



"You were a dreamer". Thus, a Twitter user from Chapity (@charimelina), a fan of the river, started adding pain to the feeling of all fans, because they could not see the Copa Libertadores final in their stadium.

Undoubtedly, the final between Boca and Reka will be one of the most important historical events in football in South America. But the incidents last Saturday, November 24, not only left fans of millionaires without a sword in El Monumental, but they Conqual decided to play at Santiago Bernabeu, at the stadium in Real Madrid.

"They sold my dream to Europe"

Chapity, who has written in his biography "De River as Cavegol" and "Mad as Damage" Martinez, expressed in his article in what is going on: "I saw you champion of America in the field, but you see the champion you face your eternal rival was unique in history, I had 10 hours before the schedule, I sat down, I sang, I behaved and I enjoyed as thousands, today you are worthless, today they sold my dream in Europe"

His tweet, which had nearly 7,000 retweets and 23,000 likes, was commented by many people, and even some Spaniards offered their help in the midst of pain. "Thanks to the msj of the Spaniards who offer me until they switch, to people from other countries who send a message."

And he continued: "Thank you for understanding that today we feel deceived, I am sick for my club, but I would never harm a rival, I am only outraged that @CONMEBOL is doing everything from everything," he said.

This was the case with a user named @golden_pump, who showed solidarity with her and offered him a room in her house, located in Madrid.

Chapity, who has written in his biography

Chapity, who has written in his biography "De River Like Cavegol" and "Crazy as Damage" Martinez (Twitter).

Many residents of other countries, mostly Spain, voiced their condemnation of Conquest's decision to move the Copa Libertadores sword to Europe and also other fans of the river joined the pain.

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