The illustrious author continues lamenting that almost all the stations of suburban trains they had a club (p.ex., the Great Station, of the Line Auxiliary, had the Great FC; the Madureira Station, of the Central office, had Noble FC). ' ' The soccer also afflicts those stoppings as it makes to entire Rio De Janeiro. The clubs pululam it has and them in each strip of land of certain extension. Never them vi a departure, but I know that its rules of good-tone in nothing are to have it to the ones of the same types of the quarters elegantes.' ' (Gazette of Notice, 07.02.1922). Interesting as, although the preconception of Barreto Rasp stops with the game, it recognizes some value in the suburban clubs, that commemorate its victories with true carnivals (to see the stretch of its chronicle on this aspect in our article ' ' Carnavalescas influences in the soccer carioca' ').
But why the multiplication of clubs per the railroad stations? Joo of the River, in 1917, assays a reply. In its opinion, he would have to the great distances between the quarters: ' ' The people of Botafogo only have of if giving with the people of Botafogo and the people of suburb with the people of the suburb. From there the impossibility of a great central club, with great daily frequency. E, as the necessity of the club is a fact, instead of the great club the one that is impossible to come after the supper, the quarters develops the autonomy and creates the meeting centers, the clubs of the quarters, of that they are examples the Club of S. Cristvo, the Copacabana Club ' ' e, let us add: the Madureira. Mascote of the Madureira is the Carioca Z. I arrived to think if he was because of the exuberncia of the colors but the parrot is predominantly green, color that the Madureira does not have.