Corinthians can be punished for the behavior of the fans in the latter part of Brazil

Corinthians can be punished for the behavior of the fans in the latter part of Brazil

Corinthians fans made the most varied provocations to Gremio in the latter part of Brazil. Photo: Alexander Schneider/Getty Images

Provocations and actions of the masses Corinthians The match against Grêmio, in the 37th round of Brazil last year, could lead to a sanctioned club of Sao Paulo. This is because the Prosecutor of the Supreme Court of Sports Justice (HCJS) denounced Alfinegro in Article 213 of the Brazilian Code of Sports Justice (CBJD).

The trial is taking place next week, and if the club is found guilty, the penalty could be a fine of 100,000 Brazilian riyals or even loss of control of the field for a maximum of ten matches.

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The article in which Corinthians is framed provides punishment for “failure to take measures capable of preventing and suppressing.”

In the match that ended in a 1-1 draw and practically relegated Rio Grande do Sul, referee Bruno Arlio de Araujo reported two incidents on the scoresheet. The first was in Grêmio’s goal, when fans threw objects towards the visiting players.

“In the 39th minute of the first half, after the Grêmio team, during the players’ celebration, scored behind the goal defended by Corinthians, boots were thrown from the stands, where the Corinthians fans were, in the direction of Grêmio players.. but she did not hurt anyone, and she went out of Playing field. Until the conclusion of the summary, the author had not been identified, and no record of the facts had been provided,” he said.

The other happened at the end of the match, right after the Corinthians draw, when flags lit up in the stands, causing the match to stop.

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“In the 45th minute of the second half, the match was stopped for 40 (forty) seconds because, behind the goal defended by Grêmio, where the Corinthians fans were, the flags lit up, causing a large cloud of smoke in the stadium. The match., making it impossible Continue the game. The law I reported to the police and the match delegate,” the judge wrote.

The clash between the clubs has been surrounded by a lot of controversy, since 2007, when Corinthians ended up being relegated to Serie B from Brazil, the match that marked the downfall was precisely against Grêmio and Corinthians fans saw the 2021 match as an opportunity to repay the humiliation.

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