Meeting this Wednesday evening, the Disciplinary Commission of the Professional Football League did not hesitate to crack down on OM, RC Lens and Losc.
For the incidents that punctuated the Lens-Lille and Angers-OM championship matches on September 18 and 22, the Disciplinary Commission of the LFP had a heavy hand this Wednesday evening. In order to calm the enthusiasm of the most excited supporters, the League has decided to brandish the threat of a penalty point for three of the four clubs concerned.
This is the case of Marseille, Lens and Little, who all get a suspended penalty point. A point which will therefore be deducted from the nest egg of the teams concerned in the event of further slippage on the part of their supporters this season. As a reminder, the Gym, following the excesses of the Nice-OM meeting on August 22, had taken two penalty points, one of which was suspended.
« The suspended point, it allows us to concern all the players, all the components of the club of which the supporters associations are obviously part “, Explains Sébastien Deneux, the president of the Disciplinary Commission.
This sanction is matched for Lens with two matches behind closed doors – already purged – and for Marseille and Lille with a ban on the movement of fans outside until December 31. the SCO for its part, suffered two closed-door meetings with regard to the Coubertin platform (including one suspended), plus a fine of 20,000 euros.