The verdict of the Federal Disciplinary Commission on the interruption of the 32nd final of the Coupe de France between Paris FC and OL is expected on Monday.
On December 17, at Charléty stadium, on the 32e of the Coupe de France between the Paris FC and l’OL was interrupted at the break, while the scoreboard illuminated a score of parity: 1-1. After 45 minutes of play, the debates had escalated in the stands, more precisely in the parking lot reserved for visiting supporters. A priori provoked by pseudo-partisans of the PSG, the Lyon ultras – some of whom had certainly gone to the capital to do battle – reacted with extreme violence, causing a crowd movement which got the better of the match.
This Monday, after eight days of instruction and final hearings scheduled for the morning, the disciplinary commission of the French Football Federation must deliver its judgment. A sentence all the more eagerly awaited as the 16e of the Coupe de France are scheduled for next weekend. The survivor of this duel being called to face OGC Nice from Sunday January 2. In addition to the security aspect which could be worth to Paris FC a closed door – or even more – the fate of this 32e final will thus be decided.
OL « in a recidivism situation »
Among the possible options, the game could be replayed without an audience or on neutral ground. An outcome demanded by the OL, which, however, one refuses to imagine on the side of the PFC. « Rather than a match postponed to the date of the 16e final, the first weekend of January, we are moving, according to our information, towards a lost match for Olympique Lyonnais. After the bottle thrown at Dimitri Payet during OL-OM, there is an aggravating factor of recurrence, which will necessarily be taken into account « , Advance Le Parisien. RMC, more cautious, assures that a » lost match for Lyon is a possibility « , The commission being likely to » hit all the harder when OL are in a repeat situation ».
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