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By the time the news broke, it was almost 4 a.m., and a few hours before the first team would arrive to the training field in Boca Juniors’ training complex in the heart of the city, the team was on the move.
There was the usual pre-game festivities, a little pregame yoga, some music and then the team headed to the parking lot for their pregame meeting.
The club, which is a popular tourist attraction, had been the target of a security breach in the past, and a new incident was likely.
There had been reports of two men who had tried to break into the training grounds and take advantage of a new policy allowing the club to lease the parking lots to non-football-clubs.
“This is the club, we are a soccer club,” said a member of the Boca community.
“We are the ones that get the money.
We are the people who pay for this club.”
The club was also the target for a security incident last week, when a group of young men tried to force their way into the club’s parking lot.
The group managed to get past security and into the facility, where they allegedly forced a security guard to stop working and take their belongings, including a cell phone.
“That’s just a really big security breach,” said the club member.
“It’s a very, very serious security breach.”
The breach led to the club cancelling its pregame festivities.
The incident was reported to Boca, but no action was taken.
There is a very high probability that this incident was a result of a group trying to make their way inside the club.
This is the first time the club has had to cancel pregame events, because they were scheduled to happen, said a security expert who was not involved in the incident.
There are no plans to cancel the club meeting this week, but it’s not clear what will happen with the pregame gatherings this year, he said.
“The only thing that’s certain is that the security breach is a major factor in their decision to cancel them,” the security expert said.
This weekend, the Bonaire club is hosting its first ever annual fan convention.
Fans will gather in the stadium to discuss the club and the events that take place during the season.
They will be able to watch games live, meet the club staff and even go on tours of the stadium.
This year’s convention is taking place on Sunday, May 29.
The pregame meetings have been moved to the stadium grounds for the upcoming season.
The Boca club has also recently added a new security perimeter around the stadium, a decision that is being seen as a response to the breach.
There will also be a security screening process for all visitors to the facility.
“I think there is a great deal of concern among the community,” said Boca President Marcelo Di Canio.
“They want to know what happened and to get the truth about what happened.
This would be an event that would attract the best and the brightest, but unfortunately we are afraid for the safety of the players and staff.”
The security measures were announced a few weeks ago, but Di Canios didn’t know the exact details of the incident until Monday.
“When we learned about it, I didn’t see it coming,” Di CanIO said.
He said he was pleased with the way the club was handling the incident, but still had concerns about security.
“As the president, I know we are in a unique position in terms of the club,” he said, referring to the fact that the club owns the facility and its equipment.
“What we have to do is to make sure that the fans are safe.”
Boca is a soccer-loving town in northern Boca Chica, a municipality of 5,500 people located in the south-west of the state.
The city is known for its football clubs, and there have been several attempts to move the club from the stadium because of security concerns.
“Our club is part of the community and we are proud of it,” Di Camio said.
The last pregame event was in 2013, and the club had already held the annual event at the stadium in 2014.
Boca was founded in the late 1800s by Francisco Dominguez, a former footballer who was later found guilty of kidnapping and murdering his girlfriend.
He was executed in 1888 and was buried in a plot on his own plot.
The stadium has also hosted a number of concerts, sporting events and even the World Cup, and is one of the largest venues in the world.
The majority of the tickets for the 2018 season go to fans of the local soccer club, but there are also a number tickets reserved for visitors to watch the matches in the stadiums, Di Caniano said.
While the club does have a stadium and the equipment that they need to play at the highest level,