Posted Wednesday 17 December 2021 at 17: 00 In : OL .
Through Guillaume Conte
This Friday, the 32 The final of the Coupe de France between Lyon and Paris FC turned into a nightmare.
Incidents in the stands caused the game to be stopped definitively at half-time, while the score was 1-1. The fact that the problem is not new with the supporters of the OL necessarily puts the finger on the responsibilities of the Rhone club and the management of its supporters. But at the level of the organization of the meeting, Paris FC is suspected of not having put in place enough security for such a match, all in a micmac where even PSG supporters are involved. For the French Football Federation, the decision will therefore be difficult to take, and even stormy depending on the sanctions. On the side of OL, we remain quite silent for the moment, Jean-Michel Aulas having made known his position in front of the microphones and then in a press release, before calming down thereafter. However, according to Le Progrès, the Lyon club does not envisage anything other than a match to be replayed and trusts the FFF to make the right decision. Even if the multiple speeches of Pierre Ferracci, who mainly accuses OL, are “boiling” internally according to the regional newspaper.
Peter Bosz is already playing and winning
In any case, on a sporting level, Peter Bosz does not see why his team would suffer the wrath of the authorities for this match which must end somehow. “ I don’t know when we’re going to play this Cup match. If we’re going to play it again, if we’re only going to do the second period? In any case, it’s not good for us, not good for football and not good for French football. Me, I want to replay this match and win it ”, warned the Dutch OL coach, who did not he is not in a very comfortable situation and was betting big on the Coupe de France to go far and also regain confidence. Especially since his team has already been penalized by one point in the league for the behavior of its supporters against OM.
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