April 13, 2024

OM-OL verdict in eight days

The Disciplinary Committee, having examined the case file and heard the two clubs, finds that the incidents that occurred on the public highway are not likely to engage the responsibility of the organizing club. Consequently, the committee will not be taking any disciplinary action in respect of these incidents. bisse. But we want to be able to play soccer without fear or risk. …

The Disciplinary Committee, having examined the case file and heard the two clubs, finds that the incidents that occurred on the public highway are not likely to engage the responsibility of the organizing club. Consequently, the committee will not be taking any disciplinary action in respect of these incidents. bisse. But we want to be able to play soccer without fear or risk. We don’t want any sporting sanctions, because the Marseille players had nothing to do with it. We want to play on neutral ground. To this end, Lyon has appealed to the French Football Federation’s appeals committee.

Response on November 21 or 22

L’Equipe reported on Monday that Lyon had indeed applied to the FFF for an appeal meeting to be held on the morning of November 21. The verdict could come down in the evening, or even the following day.