Soccer-Boca point to lack of state will over hooligan violence (Reuters)

BUENOS AIRES, July 22 (Reuters) – Boca Juniors president Daniel Angelici accused the Argentine government of turning a blind eye to the growing problem of soccer hooligans after two were killed in a Wild West style shootout. Two men died from bullet wounds during the shootout between rivals factions of gun-toting Boca barra bravas who clashed ahead of a friendly game against first division rivals San Lorenzo on Sunday. “The state knows each one of them. They have their names, surnames and know where they live,” Angelici told TN television station on Sunday night. …

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