Olympique Lyonnais risks big after stopping their match at Paris FC, in the Coupe de France. Jean-Michel Aulas’ club could be excluded from the competition.
After receiving a point withdrawal following the bottle throw on Dimitri Payet which had caused the stop of the meeting against theOlympic Marseille, Olympique Lyonnais risks very big again.
Friday evening, the meeting between Paris FC and OL, in Charléty, was stopped at half-time due to incidents in the stands, around the visitor park, which prompted many spectators to invade the field to find a secure area.
The repeat for OL
Even if Jean-Michel Aulas believes that “Responsibilities are shared” between the two clubs, it is OL that risks the greatest risk. If the guilt of its supporters is recognized, the Rhone club is exposed to heavy penalties, which can go as far as the lost match. Given the many incidents deplored by French football since the start of the season, and the recurrence factor for OL, the Rhone club may not be spared.
The FFF Disciplinary Commission, which usually meets on Thursday, could meet as early as Monday. “It’s going to be hot for OL”, estimates a member of the authorities in the columns of L’Equipe.
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