A Vasco fan released a new song on his X account, the former Twitter, to rock the stands at the São Januário stadium. The profile @procuragui used the song “Me Leave”, by the group O Rappa, as its rhythm, and included in the lyrics excerpts of resistance and praise for the Barreira community, cited by public bodies as one of the reasons for keeping Cruzmaltino’s house closed. Listen to the new song that gained repercussion on social media.
Another stroke on the track!
If you like it, share it, send it to the groups and let’s make it happen.
I accept suggestions, criticisms, etc.
But if you close your eyes and imagine that chorus in the stands, I’m sure you’ll get goosebumps… pic.twitter.com/ao9Fa8D0wr
— gui (@procuragui) September 5, 2023
In the comments of the publication, several Vasco fans praised the new lyrics and marked the profiles of the organized supporters Força Jovem and Guerreiros do Almirante.
I liked it too much huh
— Offside line hater (@Pattyycosta) September 6, 2023
— Chagas (@chagasmth) September 5, 2023
I sponsor this
— Thaan✠ 17/45 (@Godthaan) September 6, 2023
The steel remained
— DG (@DGdaCOLINA) September 6, 2023
Vasco receives release to play in São Januário
After spending 83 days closed, the Vasco club was released to receive the public with the signing of the Conduct Adjustment Term (TAC) by the club and the Attorney General of Justice, Luciano Mattos, this Wednesday (13). Vasco hopes to welcome back its fans in the match against Coritiba, on September 21, but is still awaiting court approval.
Vasco signs an agreement with the Public Ministry and, finally, the fans will return in São Januário
Justice approval is still missing, but the expectation is to have the crowd in the game against Coritibahttps://t.co/r6xH11Mp5s
— Gabriel Rodrigues (@gabrielcsr) September 13, 2023
The controversy with São Januário began on June 22nd. On that occasion, Cruzmaltino was defeated at home and the fans, unhappy with the result, threw bombs, flares and other objects onto the pitch. In the sporting sphere, the Superior Court of Sports Justice (STJD) punished the club with four matches behind closed doors. However, after this punishment was carried out, Vasco’s house remained closed.
The Rio justice system decided to keep São Januário closed, citing a lack of security to receive fans. The public bodies used as a basis the report of the judge on duty on the day of the confusion against Goiás, Marcello Rubioli, who reported that the stadium is surrounded by the community of Barreira (mentioned in the song above), the place, according to the judge, where shots were fired. of firearms coming from drug trafficking, causing insecurity.
“To contextualize the total lack of operating conditions at the site, starting from the external to the internal area, it can be seen (sic) that the entire complex is surrounded by the Vasco barrier community, from where there were commonly gunshots coming from the drug trafficking is established there, which creates an atmosphere of insecurity when arriving and leaving the stadium. They are narrow streets, with no escape area, which are always packed with fans getting drunk before entering the stadium,” wrote Rubioli.
Vasco’s next games
- Vasco x Fluminense – Brazilian Championship – Nilton Santos Stadium – Saturday (16), at 4 pm (Brasília time);
- Vasco x Coritiba – Brazilian Championship – São Januário Stadium (to be confirmed) – Thursday (21), at 7 pm (Brasília time);
- América-MG x Vasco – Brazilian Championship – Arena Independência – Monday (25th), at 8 pm (Brasília time).