Three seasons after the interruption of the meeting between Montpellier and Clermont after the dog throwing on the Lawn, on October 8, violence escalated on the crane of the Ligue 1 match with the stone-throwing of the car. course of the Vélodrome stadium. An impressive photo of the face of OL instructor Fabio Grosso leans on one of the pieces of equipment and remains the image for another nightmarish evening for the L1.
The Italian technician’s assistant, Raffaele Longo, was also injured and cars of Lyon supporters were also targeted before the game was canceled by the Professional (Site notre blog d’information) League (LFP) after the meeting of a crisis unit.
The LFP is currently engaged in a delicate negotiation to allocate national and international L1 products to part of the 2024-2025 season, with a number of events providing at least once and twice as much publicity for French (Site notre bureau spécialisé), which is not the same Not finding a solution to stem the brutality of a section of fans.
The events having taken place outside the stadium, the clubs are not theoretically condemnable, according to the regulations of the LFP, but the daily L’Equipe mentions chants and gestures of a racist nature on the part of the Lyon supporters present in the Visitor parking at the Vélodrome, which could be subject to sanctions, like cells suffered by PSG after the homophobic chants heard during the classico against OM, on September 24 at the Parc des Princes.
OL were also condemned on Monday Ferment the unacceptable racist behavior of individuals in the yard And Demand videos to identify the perpetrators of all acts contrary to the law but also contrary to its values.
The authorities have no access to anything as long as the ball is dropped in the court of sporting institutions.
The Minister of Sports Amélie Oudéa-Castera relies on France 2 that if it is established that there are supporters involved in violence, The clubs cannot be seen without the icepronant A global response Or all bodies in the sports sector must be held accountable.
Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin assures BFMTV/RMC that the incidents took place unacceptableadding that they are available gave rise to nine arrests. He also said that 500 police officers and gendarmes are available and mobilized to ensure the match. Pour him, there is no no failure of the police, It’s the club to manage your supporters.
The Marseille police chief, Frédérique Camilleri, at your disposal in the evening from a different point of view, indicating that the incidents were the samea handful of irresponsible unconscious people and insisting on the preparation You match with the Lyonnais and Marseillais supporters groups to reauthorize the Lyon venue at the Vélodrome stadium.
FIFA President Gianni Infantino also spoke out in a message posted on Instagram, and also launched an appeal Competent authorities pour ensure appropriate action is taken.