Independiente’s victory over Racing Club in the Avellaneda classic that was played this Sunday at the Libertadores de América stadium revealed two realities: the lack of protocols among the privileged who manage to enter the fields and the ease with which the Moyano family falls into the breach of sanitary measures.
The final whistle of the referee Facundo Tello sentenced the victory of Rojo, with a goal from Silvio Romero, and the more than one hundred locals who witnessed the match unleashed a wild celebration.
The most illustrious among those who sang, embraced and shouted loudly were the members of the Moyano family. Hugo, Pablo, Facundo, Jerónimo and Nicolás were part of that group that forgot the coronavirus pandemic and showed itself as loose in chinstraps as in distancing.
Stories on the Instagram accounts of Jerónimo, Facundo and Nicolás (Pablo’s son) showed scenes that calmly they could have belonged to the prepandemic.
Singing against the Academy in one of the gorges of the stadium, or hugging near the dressing room area, the unionist clan that commands Independiente broke with all current measures.
An antecedent in Olivos
The Moyano they are not friends of the observance of the protocols, and there is a precedent that resurfaced in recent days, with the controversy over the visits Alberto Fernández received at Quinta de Olivos during the hardest stage of quarantine.
On August 22, 2020, Hugo Moyano, along with his son Jerónimo and his partner, Liliana Zulet, visited Alberto Fernández at the presidential residence and Fabiola Yañez.
After the meeting, a photo of the five without chinstraps and without distancing, for which the criticism and the outraged comments exploded. The image quickly disappeared from the official accounts that had reproduced it, such as those of Pablo Moyano and the Truckers union.
The meeting without protocols between Alberto Fernández and Hugo Moyano