We can offer plenty of security. Boca Juniors, CARP, Estudantes, Velez... they've been to Sao Paulo, Rio, Belo Horizonte, Santos, etc., and this stuff did not happen. Once again: Tigre's players went after SPFC's locker room. The security guards were there and violence ensued. FOX Deportes is manned by Argentine anchormen and they were understandably going to be emotional and tilt the coverage towards their countrymen. But now we know that security guards were injured while trying to keep Tigre out of SPFC's locker room. Tigre is not innocent in this as you said. They began this fight and now they're trying to come across as poor little victims. Nonsense. They aren't "Carmelitas." They couldn't win in the pitch and they tried to win with fists. They did neither, and backed out alleging they were assaulted out of nowhere and refused to play the second half against a much better team. The 2012 Copa Sul-Americana rests in the hands of its rightful and deserved owners: São Paulo Futebol Clube.