The governing body of South American football CONMEBOL announced this week that the game, which was postponed twice after River Plate fans attacked a bus carrying Boca players, will be played outside of Argentina, with the Bernabeu in Madrid selected as the venue for the rearranged second leg on December 9.
The final is delicately poised after the two teams drew 2-2 in the first leg at Boca's La Bombonera stadium on November 11.
River said the attack on the bus happened outside the area which was considered the club's responsibility.
Therefore, neither club is happy with the move and it's clear: they do not want the game played at Real Madrid's Santiago Bernabeu next weekend.
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Though CONMEBOL initially only delayed the game, it eventually agreed to postpone the match until the next day following protests from Boca players.
"The people were insane before going in, imagine if we won on their pitch, turned them over at their home ground, what would have happened?"
- It is incomprehensible that the most important Superclásico of Argentine football cannot develop normally in the same country that in the days that run a G20 develops.
The club said moving the final of the Copa Libertadores - the South American equivalent of the Champions League - to Spain "distorts the competition" and "denied unjustifiably" the spectators who had attended the original match. Argentine football as a whole and the Argentine Football Association (AFA) can not and should not allow a handful of violent ones to impede the development of the Superclásico in our country.