Pain in the farewell of the deceased Gymnastics fan

Relatives and friends of the Gimnasia fan who died during the serious incidents that occurred on Thursday night at the Gimnasia and Boca match accompanied the funeral procession with the club’s blue and white colors in his farewell at the Juan Carmelo Zerillo stadium.

The relatives and friends of César “Lolo” Regueiro, the 57-year-old man who died last Thursday during the serious incidents and police repression, traveled in private cars, motorcycles, trucks and flags, and accompanied the funeral procession for “one last goodbye” to the gymnastics court. The massive caravan moved to the Bosque de la Plata and culminated in the municipal cemetery of La Plata, where his remains were buried.

The well-known Gimnasia supporter died last Thursday as a result of a non-traumatic cardiorespiratory arrest, after staying with his family amid the repression of the Buenos Aires Police during the match against Boca at the El Bosque stadium. The last goodbye to “Lolo”, as Regueiro was known to his friends and family, took place since last night in a wake house located in the Tolosa neighborhood, amid deep pain that was mixed with demands for justice, repudiation of police actions and which included applause and placement of parades and posters.

The sorrow of the friends and supporters of Gymnastics in the face of the tragic death was summed up in “he did not deserve this, we have known him all his life. His family and Gymnastics were his life” as his friend Cristian, who was present, said with great sadness since his death was known.

Oscar Regueiro thanked the friends of Gymnastics and Students for their accompaniment, while reiterating that his brother “died due to police repression and those in charge have to explain themselves.” As part of a request for justice, he maintained that his brother “the only problem he had in his heart was that he had a big one. Always ready to help whoever needed it.”

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In this sense, this Friday the preliminary result of the autopsy was known, which indicated that the death of the fan occurred due to “a non-traumatic cardiorespiratory arrest” according to judicial sources. However, the histopathological results are yet to be known.

Regueiro, 57, was an employee of the municipality of La Plata, and had a past as a soccer player in the youth Gimnasia, Villa San Carlos and in clubs of the Platense Amateur Soccer League, and was recognized as “a loving, family-oriented and a fan of Gimnasia y Esgrima de La Plata” according to Carlos, a neighbor who argued that the demand for justice should continue “until those truly responsible pay.”

For its part, the Gimnasia board of directors and 15 groups, subsidiaries, former leaders and a group of independent partners and fans, issued a statement expressing “the immense sorrow for the death of our friend “Lolo” Regueiro”, while stating “the rejection of police action and the request for justice expressed by the entire gymnastic community, as well as the entire society” so that what happened can be clarified.

In the statement they indicated that the club, its members and fans were “the victims” of the police action “that killed a member of our family.” Finally, they indicated: “We want to continue playing in the Forest and with our people. It is part of that recognition of being a victim of unfounded and brutal repression to which we were subjected.”

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