Now the fans will have to think twice to carry out acts of violence in the Peru Cup, after a provincial league ordered the early termination of one of its championships, due to the pitched battle carried out by fans and players, in which leaders were attacked and soccer referees.
The incident occurred last weekend in the Chiclayo district of Duckwhen a group of misfits jumped out of the stands to launch themselves against the league directors and the referees, who were at the control table of the stadium in that place.
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Punches and kicks were felt, before the screams and looks of despair from others. All because of the questioning of certain actions that took place in a soccer match of the league of Peru Cup.
As a result of these acts, the Provincial Soccer League of Chiclayo, through Official Letter No. 010-2022 -LPFCh, dated April 21, 2022, announced the ruling of its Justice Commission, which declares to definitively suspend the championship. .
Who wins? who loses?
In this sense, the fans of San Juan de Pátapo, who carried out these acts of violence, were left with no other option to continue playing the Peru Cup.
In turn, San Alberto and Unión Pátapo were considered champion and runner-up, respectively. Therefore, they will continue their career in the promotion championship.
As it is recalled, the acts of violence in this promotion championship occur every season, therefore, from now on, with this precedent, any club could argue jurisprudence for future sanctions.
The Peru Cup resumed this year in its district phase, after the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, which forced a suspension of three seasons. The Peru Cup resumed this year in its district phase, after the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. coronavirus in March 2019, forcing a three-season suspension, in which many things changed. Reactivation
The Peru Cup resumed this year in its district phase, after the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, which forced a three-season suspension.