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Vasco does not think about punishment and is waiting for an operation that could benefit the club

Vasco does not think about punishment and is waiting for an operation that could benefit the club

The club can enter as an interested party after Sport denounced the confusion over Ilha do Retiro Vasco will closely monitor developments in the suspension of Sunday’s match against Sport, due to the insecurity of Ilha do Retiro. The club’s legal department is avoiding further statements on the case and will monitor the trial at the SCJS. The club has the possibility to enter as an interested party, as the possible penalty for Pernambuco is a loss of points, as Malta’s cross was declared a 3-0 win.

It will be the first relevant provision to be followed by the new legal council, which was established by the Sudanese Armed Forces. Attorney Gisele Cabrera, a former Santos, is in charge of the oath. Internally, the club does not believe in the possibility of being framed as a defendant in the case, as sporting officials consider him, attributing the blame to Raniel, and thus to Cruz Maltino, for stopping the match due to a lack of security.

Currently, the score is 1 to 1, which is the result of the match when referee Rafael Claus terminated the match claiming there was no safety to restart it.

Sport’s harshest penalty was to take a point from Pernambuco and give Maltino’s cross another two points. In this way, the difference that is currently three between the two teams, will become six, three rounds from the end of the second division.

Raphael Claus’ summary should be an essential part for prosecutors during the trial at the TJ, without a confirmed history of its occurrence.

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