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Toluca rules out requesting disqualification of Luis Romo despite Rigonato fracture

A source from Toluca indicated that in Cruz Azul they are nervous because “ghosts and fears are beginning to appear.”

Just as Cruz Azul complained to the Referees Commission for the work of the whistling Marco Antonio Ortiz, the Toluca board of directors is very upset with the injury of its player Diego Rigonato, who will be out for several weeks due to a broken nose caused by a hard blow from Luis Romo, from La Maquina.

However, sources told ESPN that although the directive and scarlet coaching staff consider that Romo did see Rigonato in the jump and that the blow with the arm was not accidental, after an internal analysis, the Club Toluca determined that it will not file any formal complaint with the Referees Commission or the Disciplinary Commission to request the disqualification of Romo.

“We like to win on the court and we will. We do not cry and we respect institutional decisions and arbitration, “said the Red Devils source to ESPN.

“They’re nervous. Ghosts and fears begin to appear “added the informant.

Toluca took advantage 2-1 in the first leg of the Quarterfinals with two penalties in their favor, which caused the annoyance of the cement board, which filed a complaint of disagreement with the Referees Commission, although Ortiz’s work he did not leave anything happy to the top of the chorizo ​​group either.

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