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SBD Global/May 8, 2014/International Football
Argentine FA's Newly Adopted Restructure Raises Concerns Regarding Funding
Published May 8, 2014
'BARRAS' MAKE DEMANDS: In Buenos Aires, Argüelles reported in a separate piece 400 Argentine fans "came together outside AFA headquarters to ask that, among other things, Argentina refuse to send information to Brazil regarding Argentine fans' criminal histories." Those in the crowd, formed by members of fan association "Hinchadas Unidas Argentinas" ("United Argentine Fans,") also "demanded that visiting fans be allowed to return to football stadiums" and said that they "will travel to the World Cup with non-violent objectives" (CLARIN, 5/6).