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The STJD Law Office is taking precautionary measures to play sports behind closed doors

The STJD Law Office is taking precautionary measures to play sports behind closed doors

The request is also that the sport not have fans at its away matches

The Prosecutor's Office of the Supreme Court of Justice for Sports (STJD) filed a precautionary measure against sports on Thursday (22). The request is for the club to play behind closed doors as the home team and not have fans at away matches.

Information provided by Reporter Wellington Campos. According to the journalist, the request is for the court order to be in effect until a decision is made.

The request came due to the attack launched by members of a sports organization on the Fortaleza bus after a match between the two teams, in the Pernambuco stadium, in favor of Nordstau. Six athletes were injured and taken to a hospital in Recife.

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According to a statement issued by Tricolor, among the most injured were left-back Gonzalo Escobar, who was hit by a stone in the head and suffered injuries to his mouth and eyebrow, and goalkeeper Joao Ricardo, who suffered a wound to his eyebrow. The duo underwent surgery to receive surgical stitches.

Right-back Dudu, defenders Tite and Pretez, and midfielder Lucas Sacha were hit by glass shards from broken windows spread across their bodies and received medical attention to escape.

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