Zapping Goal! soccer club ASSE: Does Pascal Dupraz have a future at Sainté?
The Ligue 1 season was marked by numerous excesses in the stadiums, during OGC Nice-OM for example, and more recently during the return play-off between ASSE and Auxerre at Geoffroy-Guichard at the end of May. After the defeat of Saint-Étienne, hundreds of supporters rushed to the lawn to throw smoke bombs in the direction of the actors. Vincent Labrune, the president of the LFP, returned to these incidents and promises action. “We have to change gears very strongly,” he said at the general meeting of the FFF.
“We must put the criminals where they belong, not in the stadiums”
“In the League we will take our responsibility, the clubs must also take theirs and be aware that they must help us. It bothers me when I hear the ANS (National Association of Supporters) say that there are good and bad supporters, good and bad ultras. No. There are supporters and ultras, ”continues Vincent Labrune. “I really like the positive fervor of the ultras, but today there are criminals in our enclosures. We have to get them out of the stadiums”.
For the president of the LFP, we must react. “It’s a miracle that there were no deaths in Saint-Étienne during the play-off against Auxerre. I don’t want to know about a death in a stadium as president. We want to be the Development League, not the War League in the stadiums. I appeal to all of you, to your responsibility. You have to be brave and put these criminals where they belong, not in the stadiums”. Now, supporters of ASSE and other clubs have been warned.
L’#ASSE risks an exemplary sanction following the incidents that occurred on May 29:
➡ Travel ban for supporters outside.
➡️ Withdrawal of suspended points.
➡️ Relocation of home games.
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