Debates about the use of the language of Castile reached the universe of sport: The race was the first Argentine First Division club to use an inclusive language in one of its official communication channels.
Innovation came on Wednesday afternoon when the Twitter account spread an event that included visits by the school's students to the President Perón stadium.
"How nice to take Todes At home, boys and girls of our school were traveling through the cylinder. When do they come to talk about love? Dedi The school said the tweet was accompanied by four photographs of small students.
The use of inclusive language has created a lot of repercussions in favor of and against the fans of the club as well as the fans of other clubs and non-sports fans.
Last Thursday, during the first leg of the 2019 World Cup qualifying round between the Argentine national women's team and Panama, the overarching language was also present in some of the cheers by the people who filled the Arsenal stadium. .
"You'll see / football will be all or not / yes, we're in the chabón / booty revolutionBiri Julio Humberto, one of the songs heard in the stands of Sarandí in Grondona, “he said.