OL will not play this weekend and yet its president, Jean-Michel Aulas, is ranting this Saturday against arbitration.
An informed spectator of the French championship, Jean-Michel Aulas did not fail to follow the Stade Rennais of his former coach, Bruno Genesio, on the trip to Monaco this Saturday on behalf of the 2e day of Ligue 1. A match concluded with the score of 1-1 which saw Steve Mandanda, the new goalkeeper of the Breton club, concede a penalty on a missed aerial exit in front of Breel Embolo.
It is precisely this action that motivated the boss of Les Gones to react on Twitter, following a post comparing the gesture of the former Marseille goalkeeper to the one which during the first lifting of L1 earned a red card for the Lyonnais Anthony Lopes against Ajaccio. Expulsion sanctioned by the rest of a three-match suspension by the Disciplinary Committee of the Professional Football League (LFP).
@ol it’s true that Steve’s intervention is quite close to Anthony’s but the sanctions are not the same: who is right Benoît Bastien or Jéremy Pignard I let the specialists discuss it…🙏🙏🙏
— Jean-Michel AULAS (@JM_Aulas) August 13, 2022
« It’s true that Steve’s intervention is quite similar to Anthony’s, but the sanctions are not the same: who’s right? Benoit Bastien (the OL-Ajaccio referee, editor’s note) or Jérémie Pignard (that of Monaco-Rennes, editor’s note)? I leave the specialists to discuss… “, note on the Canvas Jean-Michel Aulas. OL this weekend will not have the time to express themselves on the field. His scheduled match in Lorient, Sunday at 1 p.m., having been postponed due to the degraded state of the Moustoir lawn.