On 10 April, the protest between Brest and FC Nantes (1–1) was interrupted for ten minutes after an attempt to infiltrate supporters on the ground. In response to these incidents, the LFP Disciplinary Committee imposed a number of sanctions.
The dispute between supporters of Brest and Nantes was not spared. During the meeting between the two formations on 10 April (1-1), the 22 players involved in the meeting had to wait for about ten minutes before resuming the game. For good reason, fans of Brest had crossed the ground explaining themselves to the people of Nantes.
As a sanction, the two camps were approved by the disciplinary committee of the LFP on Wednesday. Brest people watch the Quimper stand at the Francis Le Ble stadium closed for three games. The suspension imposed on two matches after one match has already been lifted “as a precautionary measure”.
No effect on Coupe de France for Nantes
Nantes is sanctioned in the same way as “the three closing matches of the visitor’s area of matches are played.” Like Brest, a match has already been purged. Note that this ban had no effect on the Coupe de France final against Nice (May 7 at 9 pm) sold out at the Stade de France.
At the end of the meeting, Nantes’ coach, Antoine Comboure, outlined the “stupidity” of those at the core of these overflows. His counterpart in Brest, Michel der Zakarian, felt that these same actors should be “punished and expelled.”