Soccer. Marseille Sports Assistant turns on OL, Aulas reframes him

Sébastien Jibrayel, Sports Assistant for the City of Marseille, commented on Twitter on the decisions of the LFP disciplinary committee relating to the Nice-OM match. The elected representative regrets that the meeting must be replayed.

And concludes with this “wonderful” sentence: “Ah, I forgot, we are not OL!”

He has probably forgotten the “receptions” reserved for Lyonnais in Marseille for several years, in the stadium as well as around it … In 2016 and 2019 for example, the OL bus had been stoned.

“Please don’t use us as a backfire”

Jean-Michel Aulas replied immediately: “Thank you for not using us as a backfire, that does not honor you as elected representative of the Republic.”

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On Wednesday, the disciplinary committee of the Professional Football League decided that the match between Nice and Marseille, interrupted on August 22 after serious incidents, would be replayed on neutral ground and behind closed doors.

The disciplinary committee also imposed on Nice a withdrawal of two points in the standings, one of which was suspended.

OM defender Alvaro Gonzalez, who threw balls in the direction of the Nice public, was suspended for two firm matches.

Dimitri Payet, another Marseille player, received a suspended one-match suspension.

Pablo Fernandez, an assistant to Argentinian OM coach Jorge Sampaoli, was suspended until the end of the season for punching a Nice supporter who entered the pitch.

Source: Le Progrès : info et actu nationale et régionale – Rhône, Loire, Ain, Haute-Loire et Jura | Le Progrès by

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