Liga MX does not stop despite the tragedy in Querétaro: matchday 10 will be played, Mikel Arriola announced


Mikel Arriola, president of Liga MX.

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Despite the tragic acts of violence recorded at the La Registradora Stadium in Querétaro, the president of Liga MX, Mikel Arriola, reported that Day 10 will be played normally next weekend.

While the investigations of the Mexican soccer organization and the competent authorities progress to find responsible for the fight between fans of the Gallos Blancos and Atlas (so far more than 20 injured are officially known), the matches will continue.

“Yes there will be. We solve this problem through sanctions and security reinforcement measures and we continue with our days, with our matches, with all the emphasis on security and very active in asking people to trust football and that we continue with our day and with this World Cup year”

Mikel Arriola

in conversation for Televisa Newscasts of Mexico, the high official remarked that they seek to find the culprits of the violent acts and do not put footballers out of work:

“We have to take care of the source of work for footballers, which is very important. We have to solve this very week as football, first the sanctions and then the measures to close the space to these violent groups, ”he explained.

I also anticipate that measures are being studied within the organization so that these types of events that tarnish the reputation of Liga MX are not repeated: “Exemplary sanctions and having the route very clear.”

On the other hand, Arriola did not offer details on the possible option of disassociating the Gallos Blancos de Querétaro from the Clausura 2022 Tournament, but what is known is that the La Registradora Stadium will remain disabled.


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