The Disciplinary Commission of the Professional Football League delivered its verdict on the excesses observed between Nice and Marseille on August 22 at the Allianz-Riviera.
Highly anticipated, after hearings held this Wednesday in a Paris hotel between 4 p.m. and 9 p.m., the verdict of the LFP Disciplinary Commission on the record of the L1 match between Nice and loon fell on the blows of 11pm. On the outcome of the meeting itself, while the debates were interrupted at the 75e minute after throwing projectiles and invading the field, the League decided to replay the game in its entirety, “ on neutral ground and behind closed doors ».
On the part of ” incidents noted and considered very serious, rare if not unheard of “, Says Sébastien Deneux, the president of the Disciplinary Commission, the Gym finds itself heavily sanctioned, with” a withdrawal of two points, one of which is suspended », « three matches behind closed doors, including the relocated match against Marseille », The LFP recalling that the OGCN has already served one of these matches on a conservatory basis (against Bordeaux, for a 4-0 victory).
Finally, as regards the players penalized, the suspension initially pronounced against the physical trainer of OM, Pablo Fernandez (“ suspension of the bench, referee locker room and all official functions ”), Is confirmed until June 30, 2022. Alvaro Gonzalez placeholder image receives two suspension matches; Dimitri Payet of a match, but suspended. OM, for the time being, has decided not to react to this sentence. The Aiglons for their part could well turn to the FFF Appeal Board.