The delegate of Government in Madrid, José Manuel Rodríguez Uribes, explained this Friday that the Police calculated that these days can reach the capital between 400 and 500 fans "especially violent" to follow the final of the Copa Libertadores, held in Spain after the incidents registered in Argentina.
Rodríguez Uribes explained in statements to the Cadena Ser, collected by Europa Press, that the National Police is working "closely" with Argentina to have this group of people under control and that there is a "maximum security" device at the Adolfo Suárez-Madrid Barajas airport, on the roads, at the bus stations and on the Metro.
They are people considered "especially violent" and that they have a criminal record. In fact, he explained that yesterday he deported himself, in reference to Mazi Mazzaro, a ringleader of the ultras of Boca Juniors described as "one of the most dangerous Braves Bravas", according to Europa Press sources told the National Police.
In this sense, the government delegate has defended that a "meticulous work" is being done and that the "immense majority" come with the "will" to celebrate "the football party", so they will work for a "minority" does not cause the opposite. At this point, he explained thate have put 20,000 tickets on sale for each team and about 10,000 for those who come from Argentina.
He also added that they are going to separate the two hobbies, a rule that is already applied in other types of events when there are opposing positions, as in this case. Finally, he has assured that celebrate the Liberators in Madrid is a "historical event" and that they hope to project an image of "security" from Spain.